Local police reported two arrests Tuesday.
GOSHEN — A murder charge has been filed against an Elkhart man following a violent abuse case which led to the death of a child last week.
GOSHEN — The broad strokes are set, and detail work is nearly ready to begin on the project to move Elkhart County’s courts under one roof.
An Elkhart woman allegedly had marijuana in her system when she was involved in a crash that killed a motorcyclist from Goshen last year.
The American Red Cross announced Tuesday it is experiencing a severe blood shortage as the number of trauma cases, organ transplants and elective surgeries rise — and deplete the nation’s blood inventory.
GOSHEN — It’s not always easy replacing a program pioneer, but that’s exactly what new Bethany Christian volleyball head coach Alli Hawkins-Stiffney will be tasked with doing in her first season this fall.
SOUTH BEND — After its initial inaugural season was canceled last summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the South Bend Lions Football Club is finally on the pitch this summer. The team competes in the USL League Two, which is the highest level of pre-professional soccer in the United States.
At such a young age and without a freshman season a year ago, Northridge sophomore Brock Reschly defied the odds and truly left his mark on Indiana high school golf in 2021.
Coming into the 2021 season, Notre Dame baseball wasn’t a program known for its elite status.
Along with sharing their lives together for nearly two decades, Roger and Anne Griffith can now share another thing together: being award-winning softball umpires.
The Indiana Department of Health will close all of its coronavirus testing sites at the end of the month. Free testing will continue at pharmacies, community clinics and through local health departments. Now that the COVID-19 virus infection rate is declining, is this the time for the state to halt its portion of the testing service?
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Eric Kurtz, executive director of MCC Great Lakes, Goshen, talks with host Sheila Selman about the refugee relief work MCC is doing across the world, their work at the Mexican-U.S. border and the announcement that the Mennonite Relief Sale is a go for this year, Sept. 24-25. For those interested in taking a borderlands tour, contact Kurtz at EricKurtz@mcc.org. MCC's website is mcc.org.
State Sen. Blake Doriot joins host Sheila Selman to talk about the 2021 legislative session, including his take on bills involving emergency powers of the governor and local health officers. Contact information for Sen. Doriot: email, S12@iga.in.gov; phone, 317-232-9808. Note: The pregnancy accommodation law will go into effect July 1, 2021. This law applies to companies with 15 or more employees.
Elkhart County Health Officer Dr. Bethany Wait speaks with host Sheila Selman about the launch of a vaccination campaign in Elkhart County.
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On a special edition of the podcast, Austin Hough and Evan Lepak welcome retiring Northridge Athletic Director Dave Harms to the show to talk about his career and why now is the right time for him to retire.
On this week's episode, Austin Hough and Evan Lepak wrap up the baseball, softball and track seasons while looking ahead to this week's golf, tennis and basketball festivities.
Austin Hough and Evan Lepak recap the busiest week of the spring preps season, featuring Fairfield softball winning a regional title and Wawasee baseball a sectional crown.
- Goshen man, child die in early Sunday morning wreck
- POLICE NEWS: Man arrested while child hospitalized after beating
- Three local women to compete for Miss Indiana title
- Goshen's clerk-treasurer resigning
- POLICE NEWS: Goshen police make several arrests
- Silver Alert issued for Elkhart girl
- Man ordered to life in prison for role in woman's torture and murder
- PREP ATHLETICS: Engle hired as new Fairfield athletic director
- POLICE NEWS: Driver charged following Goshen motorcyclist's death
- POLICE NEWS: Animal deaths investigated at local property