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ELKHART — Three Elkhart men are suspected of robbing a group of people at a party while armed with a rifle.

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ELKHART — Long lines could be spotted outside Elkhart Fire Station 3 on Wednesday as residents took advantage of free vaccines and testing for COVID-19.

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GOSHEN — Elected officials fear losing a chunk of the funds that support police and fire services if state leaders succeed in axing business taxes.

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GOSHEN — The global health coordinator for Mennonite Central Committee has been named to the Elkhart County Board of Health.

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ELKHART — The Northern Indiana Hispanic Health Coalition (NIHHC), in partnership with the Indiana State Department of Health, Real Services and Radio La Raza WKAM-1460, will hold its next COVID-19 vaccine and testing clinic from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Concord Event Center, 3719 S.…

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ELKHART — Over a dozen “minigrants” have been awarded since the launch of a data tracking tool for child welfare.

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GRANGER — Food supplies to support over 6,400 families this year will be going to 13 local food pantries, three homeless shelters and 14 neighborhoods across Mishawaka, South Bend, Elkhart, Goshen, Nappanee, New Carlisle, Niles, Buchanan, Cassopolis and Edwardsburg, organizers with Granger C…

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ELKHART — The Elkhart County branch of NAACP celebrated the life of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, with local leaders urging the community to keep pushing the slain civil rights activist’s dreams forward.

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GOSHEN — A Middlebury man has been sentenced on an admission of child molesting, which first came to light after he confessed to his pastor.

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MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury Community Schools is requiring parental consent to allow students access to library books that may contain illicit material.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Senate will not consider contentious Republican-backed legislation that supporters say would have increased parental control over what their kids learn but that teachers and other critics say would have amounted to censorship, a top lawmaker said Friday.

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ELKHART — In celebration of its 50th Year Anniversary, the Elkhart Chapter of Indiana Black Expo will host its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration on Monday.

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GOSHEN — A Nappanee man is on track to stand trial Feb. 7 for allegedly killing one man and wounding another in a 2020 shooting.

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ELKHART — As COVID-19 case numbers continue to increase in Elkhart County, public health officials were advising the community to brace for more illnesses and deaths, and urged residents to take simple precautions, such as wearing masks in public, to protect themselves and those around them.

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ELKHART — Fire damaged two vehicles and a bass boat parked under an aluminum carport attached to a manufactured home Wednesday on the city’s northeast side.

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ELKHART — The Elkhart County NAACP is hosting a Martin Luther King Jr. event at 3 p.m. Monday at St. James AME Church, 122 Dr. King Drive.

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DOWAGIAC, Mich. — Police have identified two women who died early Friday when their vehicle, stuck in a driveway during a heavy snowfall, filled with carbon monoxide and later caught fire.

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GOSHEN — The city’s redevelopment board approved gap financing for a 60-unit apartment complex after considering the need for housing in Goshen.

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WAKARUSA — Wakarusa, one of the latest communities to update its master plan, hopes to build an outdoor event space and create more social events in the years ahead.

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BRISTOL — Homeowners who live along the St. Joseph River are dealing with flooding issues as ice jams are causing water to spill over seawalls and into their yards.

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ELKHART — Officials planning a utility and streetscape improvement project for North Main Street from Jackson Boulevard to Pottawattomi Drive are asking for input from business owners and the general community.

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ELKHART — Officials on Monday held a groundbreaking ceremony for Phase 2 of the city’s wastewater treatment plant, formally kicking off construction for the $30 million project.

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GOSHEN — A plan to restart the ice rink project by considering a new location is proving unpopular with the downtown economic board.