Local briefs include:
• Lakeland Cyber Academy enrollment
• Child And Parent Services Luncheon
• Goshen library board to meet
• Middlebury Town Council meets Tuesday
GOSHEN — The group that purchased Concord Mall last year has been ordered to pay nearly $7 million back to the shopping center’s original owners, while also being accused of defaulting on payments.
Two people were injured in a head-on crash near Wakarusa Monday.
SHIPSHEWANA — While he does not know them personally, Loyal Martin is praying hard for the safe and timely release of the 17 missionaries kidnapped in Haiti over the weekend — and he’s asking the community to do the same.
North Korea tests possible submarine missile, amid tensions
SOUTH BEND — With the first half of the season over and the bye week having just wrapped up, Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly preached a lot about consistency during his regularly scheduled press conference this week.
ALBION — Fairfield stuck to its plan and came out with another volleyball sectional title.
LAGRANGE – In what has been an incredible season so far for the NorthWood volleyball team got even better for the Panthers on Saturday night at Lakeland High School.
MISHAWAKA — West Lafayette put an end to West Noble’s special boys soccer season on Saturday, beating the Chargers 4-1 in the championship match of an IHSAA Class 2A Regional boys soccer tournament at Mishawaka Marian’s Abro Stadium.
TOPEKA – Just hours after the Westview boys soccer team stormed the pitch in semistate-filled elation, the Warrior girls dipped their heads in disappointment.
Recently the Elkhart County Council, the Elkhart County Commissioners and the Economic Development Corp. of Elkhart County all worked together to extend C.R. 4 and to provide a $10 million tax phase-in to Amazon to construct two facilities along the Indiana Toll Road without revealing the company’s name to the public. The development effort was known locally as “Project Winnie,” and was led by a property development company. In the future, should these three county entities be allowed to hide what company will benefit from government actions, or should the end-users of such developments be revealed at the outset?
Elkhart County Health Officer Dr. Bethany Wait talks with host Sheila Selman about her resignation following a recent Elkhart County Council meeting. She also gives an update on the current COVID status of the county.
Elkhart County Historical Museum Administrator Julie Parke steps in for host Patrick McGuire for this episode and talks about convicted serial murderer Rudy Bladel and the Elkhart rail yard murders.
On this week's episode, Austin Hough and Evan Lepak recap a busy start to the prep sports week, as well as recapping NorthWood's trip to the state golf tournament. They also chat about Notre Dame's 24-13 loss to Cincinnati.
On this week's episode, Austin Hough and Evan Lepak bring on the NorthWood girls golf team to talk about qualifying for the state tournament (41:10-end). Before that, the guys talk about the rest of the local sports scene and Notre Dame's upcoming matchup with Cincinnati.
BRISTOL [mdash] Mark David Goodwin, 52, Bristol, died Saturday, Sept. 18. The family will hold a memorial service Sunday at 12 p.m. at Pine Knob County Park, 2835 E. Ind. 120, Howe. Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, Middlebury, handled the arrangements.