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ELKHART — An expanding River District development project involving a new supermarket and 173 residential units will receive a $1.75 million loan from the City of Elkhart.

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ELKHART — Following years of safety complaints from residents, the City of Elkhart has placed flashing stop signs on Modrell Boulevard and Woodlawn Avenue where those roads meet Johnson Street.

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GOSHEN — The Goshen Common Council has cleared the way for a new gas station and restaurant in the West Goshen neighborhood.

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DUNLAP — It may not be Christmas yet, but that didn’t stop second-graders at Concord Community Schools from celebrating.

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SOUTH BEND — A judge will hear arguments this month over whether a bank can recover a $1.5 million overdraft from Interlogic Outsourcing Inc. despite bankruptcy protection.

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MILLERSBURG — A fledgling community group must have some pull somewhere if it was able to bring Santa Claus to the east end of Elkhart County. 

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GOSHEN — A Goshen man is charged with armed robbery after he allegedly scared a man into giving up his iPhone.

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ELKHART — Downtown Elkhart will burst with holiday cheer on Saturday as the City of Elkhart, Elkhart Parks and Recreation, Elkhart Education Foundation and Downtown Merchant Alliance join forces to present a full day of festive fun.

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ELKHART — An armed man robbed a gas station on West Franklin Street and escaped on Monday morning, according to the Elkhart Police Department.

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 DUNLAP — Concord Community Schools’ chief human resource officer has been named the interim superintendent of the district. 

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ELKHART — A man with a history of showing his love for the theater got a little bit of that love returned on Monday morning.

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ELKHART — After a yearlong process of exploration, United Fund of LaGrange County and United Way of Elkhart County will become a new entity, organizers announced Monday. 

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GOSHEN — Plans for a new Culver’s location in Goshen advanced after the Board of Works voted to let a 40-year-old private sewer system remain.

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ELKHART — One hundred thousand Christmas lights. That’s the milestone the Cart family has reached this year on its 10th-of-a-mile Christmas display on the north side of Elkhart.

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ELKHART — An Elkhart Police officer has admitted to intoxicated driving after he was involved in a crash in December 2018.

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ELKHART — Since opening in July, the Elkhart Health & Aquatics Center has already exceeded slightly over half of its membership goal for five years, leaders said.

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ELKHART — Student transfers are costing two of Elkhart County’s largest school districts millions in state funding.

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UPDATE: The boy has been found and is safe, officials said early Saturday morning. The vigil scheduled for Sunday has been canceled. 

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GOSHEN — An Osceola man was arrested after allegedly leading officers from multiple agencies on a high-speed chase through Goshen.

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. — James Daly is eager to make marijuana history on Sunday, when he plans to open the doors to Arbors Wellness, beckon the lengthy line outside and legally start selling recreational pot for the first time in the Midwest.

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GOSHEN — The Simonton Lake dredging project is wrapping up, but county storm water officials have expressed concerns ahead of a site visit from state agencies.

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OSCEOLA — Police on Friday afternoon named the man who was killed in a Thursday morning fire at his home in Osceola.

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MIDDLEBURY — A barn near Middlebury was deemed a total loss as a result of a fire on Friday.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Hoosier Lottery is seeing record sales and sending more money than ever to Indiana’s tax reserves.

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Scott Christner, 44, charged in Elkhart County Superior Court 3 with one count of felony child molesting, was the volunteer leader of a Goshen church youth group. A story Wednesday did not indicate Christner was a volunteer.  

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ELKHART — An Elkhart man was arrested for allegedly stabbing a woman with a screwdriver, after both he and the victim gave police several false versions of what had happened.

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ELKHART — Whether for tradition, a chance to burn calories before chowing down a scrumptious meal, to support a good cause — or all the above — thousands of people turned out to participate in Faith Mission’s 11th annual Turkey Stampede in downtown Elkhart on Thursday morning.

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ELKHART — Those in need of a place to go for a free Thanksgiving meal and fellowship weren’t without options in the Elkhart area.

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OSCEOLA — Mishawaka and Penn Township fire departments were called to a fatal house fire in Osceola on Thursday morning.

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ADAMSVILLE, Mich. —  An Edwardsburg man was taken to the hospital with injuries following a crash Thursday in Cass County.

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ELKHART — An Elkhart man is accused of attacking another man with a hatchet in a violent hotel room invasion.

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BRISTOL — The possibility of relocating Elkhart County Historical Museum is creating a stir, although plans are only just being considered. 

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ELKHART — A former Elkhart Police detective has received a one-year suspended sentence after admitting to charges related to breaking into his ex-wife’s home.

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ELKHART — Mayor-elect Rod Roberson announced on Tuesday that his transition team is moving forward with hiring department leaders and making board and key-staff appointments. 

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ELKHART — After more than 40 years at Ruthmere Museum, a sculpture by 19th-century French artist Auguste Rodin has been sold for $7.55 million at a recent auction.

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GOSHEN — All options are on the table in a study of court facilities in Elkhart County, including consolidation, say county officials.

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GOSHEN — Street paving in 2018 will mean $2 million less in maintenance costs in the future, the Goshen Board of Works heard Monday.

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