GOSHEN — A Goshen man facing 115 years in prison after he was convicted of murder and attempted murder two months ago is weighing his options for an appeal.
GOSHEN — Construction workers at the Goshen Hospital Patient Tower reached a significant moment Friday morning, as they placed the final beam, decorated with a pine tree, an American flag and the signatures of about 800 people involved in or affected by the project.
ELKHART — Hospital officials said the number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients at Beacon Health has dropped significantly from recent weeks but urged the public to remain vigilant in protecting themselves and others from the contagious respiratory disease.
ELKHART — The 2020 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over holiday enforcement effort, which began in mid-December and lasted through the first of the year, yielded 34 seat belt citations, three arrests for driving while intoxicated, 117 total citations and 81 warnings for various violations, police said.
ELKHART — Travelers in electric-powered vehicles on the Indiana Toll Road starting this week will have access to fast-charging stations, marking the beginning of an electric charging network across the 157-mile road, officials said.
ELKHART — Martin Luther King Jr. Day will be marked at several local events over the weekend and Monday, which is the holiday, though the celebrations will take a different form this year due to the ongoing pandemic.
ELKHART — The Elkhart Police Department will soon have a new crime-fighting tool at its disposal, as a private donor is paying for six mobile cameras to be placed around town.
ELKHART — The average homeowner in the Elkhart Community Schools district could see a tax increase of $119 per year over eight years if voters approve the district’s upcoming referendum.
ELKHART — The coronavirus outbreak in Elkhart County is once again designated as red, the most severe of the state’s advisory levels.
GOSHEN — As the Goshen Redevelopment Commission moves toward consolidating TIF districts, one member is questioning where the money will go and who it’s being taken from.
ELKHART — Members of the general public who are 80 or older began receiving COVID-19 vaccinations in Elkhart County this week, and the process is going smoothly, county Health Officer Dr. Bethany Wait said Tuesday.
ELKHART — The Community Foundation of Elkhart County’s Board of Directors approved $692,594 of new and multiyear grants to three nonprofits who are key to the education and development of career pathways in Elkhart County.
NAPPANEE — As Elkhart County residents wait their turn to be vaccinated, health care professionals shared ways they can help in the process.
ELKHART — Elkhart Community Schools’ voters will get a chance in May to reconsider approving a tax hike that would bolster employee pay while renewing the school district’s existing transportation referendum.
GOSHEN — With the new Goshen Intermediate School planning to open this fall, the countdown is on, and district officials crossed the first item off the school’s timeline by hiring a top administrator.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb will have a low-key start to his second term on Monday as the coronavirus pandemic that has dominated the past year continues looming over the state.
ELKHART — Mayor Rod Roberson spent much of the first year in office putting out coronavirus fires and building a foundation for what is to come in the next three years. Now, he wants to turn his focus to making his vision a reality.
GOSHEN — Newly hired Health Officer Dr. Bethany Wait comes to the position with a unique perspective on the pandemic that’s gripped the county for months, having survived an especially serious case of the virus herself.
ELKHART — The Indiana chapter of Common Cause, a non-partisan organization for fair and open elections, on Friday called for the resignation of multiple lawmakers, including U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski, R-Ind.
INDIANAPOLIS — High interest in COVID-19 vaccines has caused slowdowns to the state’s vaccine registration site and 211 system, but both systems are working. Hoosiers 80 and older who are now eligible are encouraged to continue to check the sites, state officials said Friday.
ELKHART — The City of Elkhart may grow in size in the coming months, as the City Council is considering an annexation request by Concord Community Schools and Flavor Freeze.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana lawmakers are expediting two similar bills intended to ensure schools receive full funding for all students, regardless of whether they are receiving instruction virtually or in the classroom due to the coronavirus pandemic.
GOSHEN — An Elkhart man was arrested after police responded to a domestic battery report, during which one officer drew his gun on a crowd and on an approaching vehicle.
MICHIGAN CITY — State, local and federal officials were heralding a final piece of federal funding Thursday that will allow the start of a long-awaited expansion of the South Shore rail line, a decades-long priority for northwest Indiana.
ELKHART — U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski, R-Ind, said in a statement Thursday that there must be a peaceful transition of power when President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated on Jan. 20.
INDIANAPOLIS — Coronavirus vaccinations will start becoming available to Indiana residents 80 and older starting Friday as state health officials start expanding access to those shots.
ELKHART — Less than two weeks before Christmas, the City of Elkhart began handing out 25,000 bags with COVID-19 mitigation advice, a bottle of hand sanitizer and a mask saying “Happy ElkHEART Holidays.”