GOSHEN — The director of Elkhart County Community Corrections was formally fired after a vote by the County Commissioners Monday.
DUNLAP — Concord High School Music Department’s popular Christmas Spectacular will not take place this year as a result of ongoing construction in the performing arts center, school officials announced on Monday.
ELKHART — Republican candidate for Elkhart mayor Dave Miller raised 41% more money than Democrat Rod Roberson from April 12 through Oct. 18, according to campaign finance reports.
INDIANAPOLIS — A state lawmaker testified Monday she told a lobbyist that Indiana's attorney general was a "creeper" soon after he allegedly drunkenly groped her at a bar.
DETROIT (AP) — A "well-organized machine" of thieves appears to be behind the theft of tons of apples and pumpkins from orchards and farms in Michigan and Indiana, according to authorities.
GOSHEN — A series of Homeownership Program meetings hosted by the local Habitat for Humanity affiliate will tell people about how they can apply to the program.
LOS ANGELES — Blockbuster film producer Joel Silver is looking for his second major home release in two years. After selling his Malibu estate last year for $38 million, Silver has listed his Brentwood home for sale at $77.5 million.
BRISTOL — The Bristol Town Council sided both with residents and the Elkhart County Planning Commission in denying a request for a business rezoning.
ELKHART — Doug and Danielle Nieman recently purchased their first hybrid camper, but said eventually they know they’ll want to upgrade to something else.
GOSHEN — A Goshen woman who was sentenced to 12 years in prison for dealing meth told a judge she held up her end of the bargain and wants to serve the rest of her time outside prison.
OSCEOLA — Ahead of a vote by county officials that could greenlight the expansion of the Osceola Dragway, neighbors who oppose the plan put their message on display Thursday.
WHITE PIGEON, Mich. — A police officer from the Bristol Police Department fatally shot a man who rammed his patrol car following a pursuit across the state line into White Pigeon early Friday.
BRISTOL — Elkhart Community Schools officials met with the community a second time to provide updates on the district’s financial status, initiatives and to receive input on ways to attract and retain students.
GOSHEN — The 13th annual Gathering at Five Medals this weekend will feature native history, storytelling and a prairie skirmish, according to organizers.
ELKHART — From cleaning out transport vans to sorting clothes, more than 300 freshmen at Concord High School took the time to give back to the community on Wednesday.
ELKHART — In a court battle for several patents with multiple claims between Equalizer Systems’ parent company, Days Corp., and Lippert Components Inc., a judge ruled in favor of LCI for two of the claims.
WAKARUSA — A fire that caused significant damage to a two-story home, but no injuries, was blamed on a gas furnace turned on for the first time this season.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is trying to block two women from testifying about allegations of sexual misconduct as he prepares for an upcoming disciplinary hearing on separate claims that he drunkenly groped four women at a bar last year.
ELKHART — Champion Manufacturing Inc. has decided to remain in Elkhart, although the company will be moving to another location down the road from the current site.
GOSHEN — Ivy Tech Community College and Elkhart Community Schools are starting a new partnership that will focus on increasing training opportunities for residents in the area of machine tool technology and computer numerical control machining, officials announced on Tuesday.
An opioid epidemic is sweeping the nation, but a local pain sufferer says a lack of prescription medication availability is resulting in a decreased quality of life and even an increase in suicide.
GOSHEN — The Democratic candidate for Goshen clerk-treasurer is facing criticism from his Republican rival for using a quote from a newspaper editorial that she says is meant to look like an endorsement.