GOSHEN — Several early-voting options are available ahead of the November election but also some deadlines.
NAPPANEE — Newly unsealed court records show that the suspect in a Nappanee murder called police himself, though it remains unclear whether the victim’s white supremacist activities played a role in the killing.
GOSHEN — Several state-sponsored COVID-19 testing sites will be replaced by community sites next month, as health officials hope Elkhart County residents will continue to get tested in high numbers.
NAPPANEE — After 10 weeks of moving from site to site in Elkhart and St. Joseph counties, a mobile COVID-19 testing unit has reached more than 1,650 people, including many in underserved areas.
NAPPANEE — The Nappanee Miss Apple Blossom Scholarship Pageant will headline opening events at the 45th annual Nappanee Apple Festival on Sept. 17.
ELKHART — With high school proms canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, two local businesses are stepping up to create an alternative rite of passage for graduating seniors to ensure their formal wear doesn’t go to waste.
NAPPANEE — The new owners of Amish Acres have announced a new name for the attraction, “The Barns at Nappanee, home of Amish Acres,” in hopes of continuing the more-than-50-year legacy of the property.
NAPPANEE — The parks department in Nappanee is planning for substantial growth in the coming years, redesigning each of seven parks with its own unique properties.
NAPPANEE — The NorthWood girls basketball team hadn’t competed in a state championship since 1999 when they won the Class 3A title, so to say the community had some built up enthusiasm may be an understatement.
GOSHEN — City and county officials approved agreements Monday for the placement of new 911 signal towers as part of a $3.6 million upgrade project.
NAPPANEE — The new owners of Amish Acres say they’ll open for the 2020 season, but also promise some changes are coming to the 50-year-old tourist attraction.
NAPPANEE -- Key parts of the Amish Acres resort were sold to farmer and politician Marlin Stutzman and his partners in an auction Wednesday night for $1.55 million.
NAPPANEE — Elkhart County residents and community leaders have launched a video campaign thanking Amish Acres founders Dick and Susie Pletcher for helping to make Elkhart County the tourist destination that it is.
ELKHART COUNTY - Elkhart County 4-H Fair fans can relax and breathe easier. There are still plenty of ways to the fairgrounds this year even with the variety of road improvement projects in Goshen.
GOSHEN — Gloria Moser, of Nappanee, earned the crown of Elkhart County 4-H Senior Fair Queen Friday evening at the Maple City Chapel.
ZIONSVILLE — Miss Elkhart County Sarah Stump won the swimsuit competition during the Miss Indiana Scholarship Pageant on Thursday.
NAPPANEE — Residents are wondering what happened to a beloved 9-foot tall wood eagle sculpture that stands outside the city’s post office.
NAPPANEE — Traveling on S.R. 19 north of Nappanee will be more difficult this summer as the Indiana Department of Transportation begins a project to add left turn lanes at C.R. 52.
NAPPANEE — Long before anyone puts on their Easter best, the staff at Amish Acres is prepping for the pastel-colored crowds.
After 30 years in law enforcement, Nappanee Police Chief Julie Dijkstra is taking a well-deserved breather.
NAPPANEE — With the installation of water and sewer lines into the area by Nappanee Municipal Airport, Nappanee’s newest industrial park is ready for business.
When it came to building relationships and making new people feel comfortable at their church, Bryan and Diane Carter were always willing to help out.
Editor’s note: A previous version of this story listed 162 E. Market St. as vacant. The property is for sale, but it is occupied. We regret the error.
NAPPANEE — Reserve Police Sgt. Pat Morganthaler will be resigning from the Nappanee Police Department, effective Friday, June 6, 2015 after eight years with the department.
From growing up on an onion farm to World War II veterans, stories of the people of Nappanee are preserved in an oral history exhibit at the Nappanee Center.
Moving forward with a pavilion in downtown Nappanee was approved Monday, June 1, by the Nappanee Board of Public Works and Safety.