ELKHART — Intrepid sailors competed by paddling their cardboard boats in a race to help kick off the United Way’s annual fundraising campaign on Friday.
BRISTOL — Robert McMillen decided it was better to ask for forgiveness than permission when he wanted to shore up the creek that runs past his house, even if he risked earning a slap on the wrist from the county.
LIGONIER — The passing of a West Noble High School teacher is rallying the community together around his family, his memory and a scholarship in his name.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor (OUCC) is recommending denial of substantial portions of Indiana Michigan Power’s (I&M’s) request for a $172 million rate increase.
GOSHEN — There wasn’t much Ryan Hancock could have done to make things worse for himself during a May 2017 shooting and chase, a judge remarked while handing down an 18-year sentence Thursday.
SOUTH BEND — A federal appeals court has upheld an injunction allowing a South Bend abortion clinic to remain open without a state-required license until there is a final ruling in a lawsuit on the license.
GOSHEN — A man accused of killing a woman in March 2018 has asked that the jury not hear evidence he acted violently toward her when he goes to trial Monday.
ELKHART — Next year, after their athletic programs merge, the Central-Memorial rivalry will be a thing of the past, but tonight, Elkhart fans celebrate with one final Mangy Lion football game.
BRISTOL — When welding equipment fell from a forklift and killed 43-year-old Shawn Gray on June 7 at Bravo Trailers, the employer was at least partly responsible, according to documents from the Indiana Department of Labor.
GOSHEN — City Council members weighed the forest against the trees Tuesday as they questioned whether Goshen could expand its green commitment without overgrowing the size of government.
ELKHART — Local seniors and their contributions to society earned the spotlight at the Council on Aging of Elkhart County’s fourth annual client picnic on Wednesday.
ELKHART — Elkhart County suffered the largest decrease in weekly average wages in the nation from March 2018 to March 2019, according to a report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Wednesday.
CASSOPOLIS, Mich. — An Elkhart payroll company is facing additional claims from clients who say they are owed millions of dollars, while the wife of the company founder has also asked a judge to freeze his assets.
ELKHART — An external audit of the Elkhart Parks & Recreation Department, proposed by Mayor Tim Neese after the parks superintendent was charged with embezzlement from his previous job, has been turned down by the City Council.
ELKHART — Organizers are welcoming children of all ages and their families to the fifth annual Elkhart Education Foundation Kick Off Classic, advertised as the city’s biggest back-to-school party.
WARSAW — Police were releasing details Tuesday about an “interdiction detail” conducted by a narcotics unit that resulted in five arrests at two locations Thursday night in Kosciusko County.
GOSHEN — Felony charges have been filed against a jail inmate who was mistakenly released and then recaptured Saturday, after he allegedly used another inmate’s ID in order to get out.
ELKHART — U.S. Rep Jackie Walorski, R-Ind., visited a veteran-owned business on Monday to discuss a bipartisan bill she co-sponsored intended to help veterans start small businesses.
GOSHEN — Two adults and a child were taken to the hospital, one man by helicopter, after a three-vehicle crash in Goshen on Friday, according to the Goshen Police Department.
GOSHEN — The Goshen Board of Works ordered that two rental properties be torn down despite the owner's claim that one of them would be inhabitable in four weeks.
INDIANAPOLIS — Bristol in Elkhart County will be part of a six-stop Indiana tour of the Smithsonian-curated exhibit Crossroads: Change in Rural America.
MIDDLEBURY — One local school district is working with a local organization for youth to ensure the mental health of students by developing a therapeutic horse barn.
GOSHEN — People facing lower-level criminal charges who pose little risk to re-offend may get out of jail quicker under new rules that go into effect next year.
GOSHEN — Former Elkhart County Sheriff Brad Rogers has thrown his hat in the ring as a Republican candidate for the Elkhart County Board of Commissioners in the spring primary.
ELKHART — Multiple agencies that serve children and families announced a new collaborative approach to intervention that they built together from the ground up.
ELKHART — A South Bend man was arrested on drugged driving and drug possession charges after a traffic stop Wednesday night on the Indiana Toll Road, police said.
ELKHART — The City of Elkhart Office of Development Services is inviting residents to participate in a series of free fair housing training sessions. These sessions will be held in collaboration with the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana and aim to educate the public on fair housing laws.