A 38-year-old woman was arrested on drug charges following a traffic stop Saturday in Goshen.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana officials want to overhaul state rules to allow more elderly Hoosiers to access home- and community-based services so they can age at home, rather than at nursing homes.
GOSHEN — Lighthouse Autism Center, an autism therapy provider that offers one-on-one Applied Behavior Analysis therapy for children with autism, opened a new facility in Goshen on Jan. 11.
Advancing internet speeds and availability provide a wide array of options that businesses can use to connect with potential clients. From email, SEO, and social media, to paid ads and websites, business owners have a variety. However, have you considered reaching your customers through one …
SOUTH BEND — The tribal casino in South Bend could become a full-fledged competitor to Indiana’s other casinos later this year under a deal reached between state officials and the tribe.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday, declaring that “democracy has prevailed” and summoning American resilience and unity to confront the deeply divided nation's historic confluence of crises.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on Joe Biden's presidential inauguration (all times local):
GOSHEN — Wednesday’s transfer of power in Washington, D.C., comes with a sense of hope locally.
President Joe Biden's inaugural address Wednesday, as provided by CQ Transcripts:
The 2021 IHSAA girls basketball state tournament brackets were released Sunday night, and the blind draw worked both for and against the area teams.
A look at the local prep scores from Saturday, Jan. 23, 2021.
Concord picked up the biggest win of the Derrick DeShone era Friday on the road against Warsaw.
GOSHEN — Saturday night was just the first step for Goshen.
MISHAWAKA — Northridge has one of the most dangerous offenses in the Northern Lakes Conference, with sharpshooters that have the ability to take the game over at every spot on the perimeter.
The U.S. House of Representatives has impeached President Donald Trump for a second time. The charge against Trump is “incitement of insurrection.” Do you believe the evidence against the president supports the charge?
- Positive cases — 24,440, up 39
- Cases per 100,000 population — 11,844.5
- Deaths — 345, up 0
- Deaths per 100,000 population — 167.2
- Unique individuals tested — 94,974, up 387
- Total tests — 202,344, up 709
- 7-day positivity rate, all — 10.5%
- 7-day unique individual positivity rate — 18.4%
- Cumulative unique positivity rate — 25.7%
- Cumulative all — 14.3%
- 1st vaccine dose given — 10,694
- Fully vaccinated — 2,548
Listen to the latest Goshen News podcast.
Goshen Schools Superintendent Steve Hope and host Sheila Selman talk about how COVID has impacted students, plus the plans immediately following winter break and the hope a vaccine now provides.
Goshen News Now host Sheila Selman talks with Majs. Tim and Sally Sell about the needs of the Salvation Army, bell ringing and how people can help.
Destiny Rescue is a worldwide organization that works with governments in rescuing children from the sex trafficking industry around the world. Spokesperson Chris Russell happens to live in Goshen. He stopped by the studio to talk with host Sheila Selman about the organization, how they rescue children from sex trafficking and how COVID has affected their effort.
Listen to the latest Goshen News Sports podcast.
On this week's podcast, Austin and Evan discuss Goshen girls basketball's historic week, the NECC hoops tournaments, championships decided in NLC swimming and wrestling and more!
Goshen News Sports Editor Austin Hough gives the latest on how local basketball, swim and wrestling teams are faring, along with an editorial take on Notre Dame football and how March Madness is coming to Indiana.
Sports Editor Austin Hough replays a few clips from his favorite interviews of 2020 in this week's podcast.
This Week's Circulars
ETNA GREEN [mdash] Barbara Yoder, 86, of Etna Green, passed away at 11:15 p.m. Jan. 20, 2021, at Kosciusko Community Hospital after a short illness. She was born July 30, 1934, in Nappanee to Eli D. and Clara (Hochstetler) Stutzman. On April 7, 1959, she married Melvin J. Yoder. He preceded …
- POLICE NEWS: Cooler filled with marijuana discovered
- Surprise for 'Mr. Smiles': Tipton community buys new car for beloved delivery driver
- First mobile vaccination clinic Saturday
- POLICE NEWS: Goshen police make several arrests
- POLICE NEWS: Woman flown to hospital after crash
- POLICE NEWS: Arrests made by local police
- POLICE NEWS: Woman, 38, arrested on drug charges
- COLUMN: A coach, a chicken wing — and a program-building victory
- POLICE NEWS: Three arrested in separate battery cases
- Dunlap deaths ruled murder-suicide