ELKHART — Mayor Rod Roberson performed the countdown as the city lit its Christmas tree at Central Park on Monday evening.
ELKHART — Now that Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday have passed, local nonprofits are hoping donors use Tuesday as a day to ease up on the shopping and give back something to their community.
ELKHART — The daily increase of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Elkhart County has flattened after a months-long spike that began in September and led to a recent daily average of more than 300 new cases.
INDIANAPOLIS — As state legislators gear up to craft the next two-year budget, school districts around Indiana continue to face funding uncertainties amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s attorney general submitted a brief to the U.S. Supreme Court arguing that it should reverse a federal appeals court’s ruling that allowed both members of same-sex couples in Indiana to be listed as parents on the birth certificates of their children.
GOSHEN — Though unpopular with some local residents, plans including a bakery and professional offices on the south side of Goshen can move ahead after a decision by the city zoning board.
ELKHART — The COVID-19 pandemic may have altered the traditional Thanksgiving experience at the Matterhorn this year, but the need was the same, according to organizers.
ELKHART — It is no surprise that nurses, doctors and other hospital staff are stressed at the moment. One could forgive them for not having the time and energy to make dinner when their shifts are up. But then what?
GOSHEN — A Goshen man faces a felony charge after allegedly putting a bullet through a neighbor’s window while target shooting in his backyard on Independence Day.
GOSHEN — The City of Goshen has turned to the courts in an effort to force a South Main Street couple to take down a tangle of provocative political signs.
MIDDLEBURY — Indiana state Rep. Christy Stutzman, R-Middlebury, announced Tuesday she is stepping down, blaming the governor’s coronavirus-related business restrictions.
ELKHART— Navigating the COVID-19 pandemic has been an ongoing endeavor, but for the holiday season, small retailers are launching a new service to make local shopping more accessible.
ELKHART — RV manufacturers had their best month of the year in October, with an increase in shipments of 21.4 percent compared to the same month in 2019.
GOSHEN — Habitat for Humanity can’t start a home build for a mother of two in Goshen until the city pays to fix a past mistake from demolition at the property.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury Community Schools Superintendent Jane Allen has announced her intent to retire from the post at the end of the school year.
ELKHART — St. Joseph Health System, in partnership with the Elkhart Education Foundation, will provided free flu shots in a drive-thru clinic Monday at the Ethos Innovation Center.
ELKHART — Elkhart High School will operate on a virtual schedule, beginning Nov. 30, for the remainder of this semester and the first two weeks of the second semester, the district announced Friday.
ELKHART — Judge Charles H. Grodnik has ordered that the Elkhart City Court will not hold any in-person hearings until after the first of the year, effective Monday, Nov. 23.
ELKHART — Two Elkhart County public health orders that took effect Thursday come with promises of enforcement, but even as the new mask order requires that people wear a mask when in public and unable to social distance, individuals who do not comply will not be fined.
GOSHEN — City and county leaders hope to find new avenues of financing for community development projects through a joint venture just taking shape.
GOSHEN — With a city-county agreement over a pond dredging plan now dead in the water, homeowners want to see an end to a special taxing district that funds it.