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GOSHEN — County officials turned down extra compensation for the long hours and extra duties taken on by some county employees during the pandemic, despite hearing it would be repaid.

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ELKHART — For members of The Woof Group, the Dr. Frank Booth Dog Park is about more than having a place to let their dogs get their zoomies out.

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ELKHART — The Hall of Heroes Superhero Museum will have another national audience at 10 p.m. Sunday when it’s featured on “Collector’s Call” on MeTV.

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ELKHART — At least two more food distribution events are planned in Elkhart County, one Monday and one on July 31, to help those hit hardest by the economic effects of the coronavirus outbreak.

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ELKHART — For more than eight decades, Elkhart shoppers had their version of Macy’s or Marshall Field right at the city’s core.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill’s bid for reelection was scuttled Friday as he lost the Republican nomination following a monthlong suspension of his law license over allegations that he groped a state lawmaker and three other women during a party.

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ELKHART — During the COVID-19 pandemic, Elkhart Mayor Rod Roberson has given out weekly Humanity in Action awards to residents who have stepped up for others.

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The Big Ten Conference announced Thursday it will not play nonconference games in football and several other sports this fall, the most dramatic move yet by a power conference because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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ELKHART — Some data points come up short in describing the severity of the COVID-19 outbreak in Elkhart County because of a recent backlog in getting test results, health officials say.

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GOSHEN — A homeless network hopes to build its first purpose-built shelter and is asking the City of Goshen to donate the land.

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GOSHEN — Plans for a 48-unit apartment complex near Goshen Middle School can move ahead after a vote by the Goshen Common Council on Tuesday.

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ELKHART — Recently elected City Council member Gerry Roberts is giving up his seat to move out of his district.

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GOSHEN — A Goshen man is being held responsible for injuries suffered by another driver after she was struck by a police vehicle during a high-speed chase.

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ELKHART — Five additional deaths from the coronavirus were reported in Elkhart County, but the county’s top health official on Tuesday said the daily reports from the state could be deceiving.

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SOUTH BEND — Northern Indiana will receive more than $3 million to advance regional workforce retraining within high-growth, high-wage occupations, state and regional officials announced Monday.

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ELKHART — In a emergency meeting of the RV/MH Hall of Fame executive committee Monday, the committee voted to postpone the Annual RV/MH Hall of Fame Induction Dinner until Thursday, Dec. 3. The ceremony was originally scheduled for Aug. 3.

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ELKHART — The Community Foundation of Elkhart County has awarded the Northern Indiana Hispanic Health Coalition (NIHHC) a $20,000 grant from the Bill and Kristin Fenech Family Foundation, a donor advised fund held at the Community Foundation, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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ELKHART — A flotilla of decorated boats drifted down the St. Joseph River over the weekend, marking the 44th event of its kind during a celebration of the nation’s independence.

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ELKHART — Another 75 cases of COVID-19 were reported in Elkhart County on Sunday, the second highest number of daily cases in the state behind Marion County.

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Despite extended restrictions for Indiana restaurants, bars and entertainment venues, ongoing concerns over the coronavirus won't hamper students' return to school sports and activities this week.

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ST. PETE BEACH, Fla. — The United States has dipped under 50,000 new daily infections for the first time in four days, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University, but experts fear celebrations for the July 4th weekend will act like rocket fuel for the nation's surging coronavirus outbreak.

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BRISTOL — An Elkhart man was killed Thursday when his motorcycle crashed down an embankment on C.R. 17 north of C.R. 4. 

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ELKHART — The shape of the upcoming school year amid the COVID-19 crisis is still unknown, but a local summer camp program is offering a blueprint for how area schools could reopen this fall as educators map out plans for students’ return.

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NAPPANEE — After 10 weeks of moving from site to site in Elkhart and St. Joseph counties, a mobile COVID-19 testing unit has reached more than 1,650 people, including many in underserved areas.

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SOUTH BEND — An Indiana Toll Road maintenance worker was struck and killed Thursday while performing work outside of his vehicle.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Applications for the Manufacturing Readiness Grant program, which Gov. Eric J. Holcomb and the Indiana Economic Development Corp. (IEDC) announced in May, are open to manufacturers across the state.