GOSHEN — A judge issued warrants for two absent witnesses as the trial got underway for an Elkhart teen accused of murder in 2018.
GOSHEN — The numbers in Elkhart County in the battle against the coronavirus remain steady, health officials said, and while the war is far from over, some are striking a positive tone.
NEW PARIS — A Goshen couple were both injured Sunday when a passenger car struck their buggy after the drive told police he fell asleep behind the wheel.
ELKHART — Unemployment in Elkhart County improved to 6.1 percent in August, slightly lower than the state average of 6.5 percent; the newest rate compares with 8.1 percent estimated in July.
ELKHART — A new forecast for RV wholesale shipments projects that 2020 will surpass 2019 despite the coronavirus shutdown, while 2021 is projected to become the best year on record.
ELKHART — A robbery suspect was subdued and later admitted to a hospital Sunday after attempting to pump gas without paying for it, vandalizing the gas station with a pry bar and confronting police with a knife.
ELKHART — Mayor Rod Roberson is proposing that Elkhart County’s new consolidated courthouse should span two blocks in downtown Elkhart in combination with the city’s new public safety facility.
ELKHART — Pontoons, power boats, bass boats, even a Jet Ski, were among more than 80 watercraft in a parade Sunday on the upper St. Joseph River in support of President Donald Trump.
GOSHEN — Charges including burglary with a deadly weapon have been filed against a Goshen man who was arrested Tuesday after allegedly firing a handgun at another man.
GOSHEN — Health officials in portions of northern Indiana plan to spray for mosquitoes next week in a bid to control the spread of the Eastern equine encephalitis virus.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s unemployment rate fell to 6.4 percent in August as the labor market continued to recover from a spring plunge caused by the coronavirus shutdown.
ELKHART — Social justice, racial equality and police relations were in the spotlight Thursday as municipal and law enforcement leaders came together for a wide-ranging discussion with the community.
GOSHEN — As flu season approaches, the Center for Healing & Hope is joining Americares and Walgreens to host free on-site flu vaccinations for people who are uninsured, underinsured, or who are at or below the federal poverty line.
ELKHART — An Elkhart man, a member of the Greatest Generation, will celebrate a birthday milestone next month, but the celebration will look different than his family originally planned due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
ELKHART — A 25-year-old Elkhart woman was arrested after allegedly leaving her children, ages 4, 2, 1 and 6 months, alone overnight, according to Elkhart Police and media reports.
GOSHEN — County election officials have stocked up on personal protective equipment for the general election, but face mask requirements are still an open question.
GOSHEN — A $132.5 million spending plan approved for Elkhart County government in 2021 is about 12.5 percent higher than the 2020 budget, a bump of about $14.8 million.
ELKHART — Mayor Rod Roberson and Police Chief Kris Seymore have agreed to discuss community and police relations in a public forum hosted by The League of Women Voters of Elkhart County.
ELKHART — Elkhart Community Schools is hoping to cut down on the frequency of cars illegally passing school buses by attaching more stop-arm cameras to its buses.
ELKHART — State health officials are urging Indiana residents to protect themselves from mosquito bites following reports of a probable case of Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) in a LaPorte County resident and the detection of the virus in horses in areas adjacent to Elkhart County.
ELKHART — As the flu season emerges, local health officials are urging people to get vaccinated to avoid the threat of a possible “twindemic,” a large outbreak of flu cases coinciding with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
GOSHEN — The Elkhart County 4-H Fair Board of Directors has voted to re-elect the 2020 executive officers and extend their year of service for an additional year due to COVID-19 and the cancellation of the 2020 Fair, the organization announced Monday.
GOSHEN — Elkhart County Council followed up on a nearly $1.5 million contribution to Ivy Tech’s new technology lab with a $150,000 investment in workforce development.
BRISTOL — The Elkhart County Historical Museum will present the “Virtual Stories of Elkhart: The County Home” program on two occasions this week, at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, and 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18.
ELKHART — The city government has a puzzle to solve. Should it allow an eager business owner to invest in his River District store now or stay true to the vision for a revitalized River District?
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.
SOUTH BEND — Five people from Elkhart were charged in a two-count indictment with robbery affecting interstate commerce and using a firearm in the commission of a violent crime, U.S. Attorney Thomas Kirsch said Thursday.