GOSHEN — The Goshen Board of Works approved the purchase of more than $200,000 worth of breathing equipment for the fire department Monday.
GOSHEN — More than 100 people stood on the Goshen Courthouse lawn in the freezing rain Saturday to make it known that they do not want war with Iran.
ELKHART — An uncharacteristically speedy legislative session focusing heavily on education was the center of conversation at Elkhart’s Third House meeting Saturday.
ELKHART — Organizers of a new facility for comprehensive health care for women hope their new facility will be the beginning of a change in prenatal healthcare locally.
ELKHART — In Elkhart as a guest performer for Sunday’s Elkhart County Symphony concert, internationally acclaimed violinist Wen-Lei Gu also took the time to visit area schools to teach young musicians a few tricks of her trade.
ELKHART — Elkhart Community Schools officials held a grand opening for their new $3.7 million automotive learning facility on Thursday, hoping to meet a growing need for such training.
ELKHART — Desiree Beauchamp-Boucher wanted to give people a chance to do something they’re normally not supposed to do with art: Get close, put their hands on it and see what it does.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb isn’t yet throwing his support behind a top official of his administration in challenging the state attorney general who is awaiting the outcome from an investigation into allegations of drunkenly groping four women.
GOSHEN — The expected cost of a pavilion and ice rink along the canal has increased to nearly $7.9 million, the Goshen Redevelopment Commission heard Tuesday, causing some board members to show signs of cold feet.
ELKHART — A Granger man was killed Monday night on the near west end of the city when his vehicle was hit from behind and pushed into the path of a pickup truck in the opposite lane, police said.
ELKHART — Some may view it as a day off, but a group of community members in Elkhart took Martin Luther King Jr. Day as an opportunity to educate the youth and honor his legacy.
INDIANAPOLIS — Members of the Elkhart League of Women Voters attended League Day at the Statehouse on Thursday, the 100th anniversary of the Indiana Legislature ratifying the 19th Amendment.
GOSHEN — Attorneys for the estate of a man accused in a wrongful death lawsuit over a fatal July shooting are challenging the victim’s children to prove their claims.
GOSHEN — An evidence-based, world-renowned parenting support program for parents and caregivers of children with developmental disabilities is returning to Elkhart County courtesy of Triple P – Positive Parenting Program.
OGDEN DUNES (AP) — An Indiana state agency declined to declare an emergency at Lake Michigan beaches eroded by high water levels and a series of storms, saying there isn’t enough damage to public resources to warrant the use of federal disaster funds.
MIAMI (AP) — An Indiana man charged with negligent homicide in his young granddaughter's fatal fall from a cruise ship's open window in Puerto Rico leaned out of that window for several seconds before he lifted the child up to it and she fell, the cruise operator alleges in a court filing.
PRINCETON (AP) — Toyota has completed a $1.3 billion project modernizing an Indiana factory to boost vehicle production and adding 550 jobs, the company announced Friday.
SOUTH BEND — The South Bend-Elkhart Region has been named a 21st Century Talent Region by Indiana Secretary of Career Connections and Talent Blair Milo.
ELKHART — The Elkhart Public Library knows the importance of music in a child’s life and it is teaming up with the Elkhart Symphony Orchestra to ensure children get that exposure.
DUNLAP — Community members are invited to voice their opinions on what they desire from the superintendent of Concord Community Schools at two search forum sessions scheduled this month.