MIDDLEBURY — A concrete mixing company faces proposed fines of $14,000 for safety violations found after a worker’s death.
MIDDLEBURY — IGT Indiana, the integrated services provider to the Hoosier Lottery, has donated approximately $15,000 worth of technology and equipment to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Elkhart County in Middlebury.
MIDDLEBURY — One of Middlebury’s most used parks is turning 40 this year, and to celebrate the anniversary, the Parks and Recreation Department is asking for volunteers to help “Refresh Riverbend.”
MIDDLEBURY — Dozens of people interested in the widening of U.S. 20 through Middlebury showed up to a public hearing to see maps and, in some cases, to learn exactly how the project might affect their property.
MIDDLEBURY — ReLeaf Michigan, a non-profit tree organization, is partnering with the Town of Middlebury, St. Joseph River Basin Commission, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Davey Resource Group and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources-Urban and Community Forestry Program …
MIDDLEBURY — The nature preservation nonprofit ACRES Land Trust has acquired 38 acres along the Little Elkhart River through a donation from Karen Wesdorp. As a result, the area was named the Wesdorp Nature Preserve.
ELKHART — The local Amish population faces barriers to getting vaccinated for COVID-19 that other groups do not, as Hoosiers generally need to make vaccination appointments online or by phone and clinics are located in towns and cities.
MIDDLEBURY — Construction is set to begin on a $1.3 million renovation of Middlebury Fire Station and Town Hall following a ceremonial groundbreaking on Tuesday afternoon.
GOSHEN — County officials changed course and denied a rezoning request that would have allowed a Dollar General to be built south of Middlebury.
MIDDLEBURY — The death of a Goshen man at a construction site in December has been ruled accidental, though the company may face enforcement action from the state if safety violations are found.
MIDDLEBURY — Rising from the ashes of a fire, and in response to an outpouring of community support, Hilltop Restaurant reopened this week in a new location.
GOSHEN — Business owner Joanna King was selected Tuesday by Republican precinct committeemen to replace former state Rep. Christy Stutzman, R-Middlebury, to represent District 49 in the Indiana House.
MIDDLEBURY — Indiana state Rep. Christy Stutzman, R-Middlebury, announced Tuesday she is stepping down, blaming the governor’s coronavirus-related business restrictions.
GOSHEN — Republican state Sen. Blake Doriot is being challenged for his District 12 seat in this election, as retired businessman Charles Mumaw, a Democrat, runs for the Senate for the third time.
GOSHEN — The Elkhart County Board of Commissioners reversed a decision by county planners with a vote that allows a proposed Dollar General near Middlebury to move ahead.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury will be the recipient of 50 new trees to be planted in 2021, courtesy of a grant through the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, in cooperation with the St. Joseph River Basin Commission, the U.S. Forest Service, ReLeaf Michigan, the Michigan and Indiana Departments o…
GOSHEN — Plans for the next decade in Middlebury include looking at widening Main Street and rerouting S.R. 13 outside of the town center, under a comprehensive study adopted Monday.
GOSHEN — The Town of Middlebury hopes to get county stormwater funding help toward a $4.9 million sewer extension project, which could save residents about $480,000.
MIDDLEBURY — The town of Middlebury has been working with the Michiana Area Council of Governments (MACOG) to update its Middlebury 2030 Comprehensive Plan – “Cultivate, Build, Thrive” – and is asking the community for comment.
GOSHEN — In the Democratic primary for the Indiana House District 49 seat, a Goshen School Board member working for Pete Buttigieg’s PAC is up against a former attorney who has had his share of scrapes with the party and the legal system.
MIDDLEBURY — Food Bank of Northern Indiana held a drive-thru food distribution in Middlebury on Monday, but fewer people attended than organizers had anticipated.