BRISTOL — Food Bank of Northern Indiana continues mobile food distributions next week, including one in Elkhart County.
ELKHART — A $1 million appropriation for acquisitions related to the Hively Avenue overpass project is on the Elkhart City Council’s agenda Monday.
HOWE — More than a dozen state troopers were involved when police pulled over a tractor-trailer on I-90 and handcuffed the driver on Friday morning, according to an eyewitness.
INDIANAPOLIS — Police scoured a Fedex facility in Indianapolis and interviewed scores of witnesses Friday in search of a motive for the latest mass shooting to rock the U.S., as family members of the eight victims spent agonizing hours waiting for word on their loved ones.
BRISTOL — A historical museum presentation about an ongoing event may be a bit unusual. Nevertheless, the Elkhart County Historical Museum will present “Virtual Stories of Elkhart: The COVID-19 Pandemic” next week to chronicle how the county has been impacted.
ELKHART — A Parks and Recreation community engagement series is coming to an end Sunday, as the department gears up for summer events, but the new effort has been a success, the superintendent said, and will continue in the fall.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana educators called Thursday for a bigger school funding boost to help improve the state's lagging teacher pay, as new projections showed state tax collections are expected to bounce back stronger than expected from the pandemic recession.
ELKHART — As the federal government and the state have paused the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, vaccination efforts in Elkhart County will be somewhat affected.
ELKHART — Elkhart County on Tuesday reported its highest number of COVID-19 infections in a single day since mid-January, and the county’s positive test rate has climbed above 10 percent.
GOSHEN — Park visitors are invited to roll up their sleeves and give back to nature this Earth Day and beyond by lending a helping hand at one of the Elkhart County Parks upcoming volunteer events.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana health officials halted the use of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine around the state Tuesday after federal officials recommended a “pause” in its use to investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots.
ELKHART — Fire destroyed the Burger King on Nappanee Street after someone tossed a lit cigarette into the mulch along the side of the building, investigators believed.
GOSHEN — City and county officials are moving toward a $3 million agreement over splitting the cost of roadwork around the consolidated courts site near Goshen.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s number of COVID-19 hospitalizations and newly confirmed infections continue growing, trends that have continued for at least three weeks.
ELKHART — The League of Women’s Voters Elkhart County and the NAACP-Elkhart Chapter will host a forum Thursday on the upcoming school referendum, the latest in a series of public discussions about the May 4 ballot measure.
ELKHART— For the second consecutive year, Elkhart Community Schools has been recognized by a national organization for its devotion to music education.
GOSHEN — Six Elkhart County organizations are seeking feedback from parents and caregivers on how they feel about raising a family and how the community can better support families.
GOSHEN — County leaders approved a pay increase for the head of the public defender’s office in order to stay eligible for millions of dollars in reimbursements.
INDIANAPOLIS — A proposed expansion of Indiana's private school voucher program would be scaled back under the new state budget plan from state Senate Republicans, while still boosting the program's spending by about 25%.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb on Friday vetoed a bill that would have given legislators more authority to intervene during emergencies declared by the governor.
GOSHEN — A new documentary tells the story of two Goshen merchants, a father and son, who risked their business and livelihood to provide a vital passage for German Jews to escape the Holocaust and come to America.
MIDDLEBURY — The nature preservation nonprofit ACRES Land Trust has acquired 38 acres along the Little Elkhart River through a donation from Karen Wesdorp. As a result, the area was named the Wesdorp Nature Preserve.
ELKHART — An Elkhart man was arrested after allegedly firing a handgun into the air several times, alarming family members as they tried to flee.
ELKHART — Crossroads United Way is introducing a new kindergarten readiness initiative designed to engage families and help improve the skill development of children entering school.
NEW PARIS — An Elkhart man was arrested Thursday after leading police on two different pursuits that began in Goshen and ended in New Paris, according to the Goshen Police Department.