NAPPANEE — Transportation was the top topic of conversation at the Monday evening session of the Wa-Nee Community Schools Board of Trustees.
Two Elkhart residents face charges in a case where a Walmart security employee was reportedly maced and threatened last year.
A house in Goshen was apparently fired upon after a child welfare case was reported there this weekend.
INDIANAPOLIS — For more than five years, Anthony Carmack's name and photo have been on Indiana's sex offender registry.
The southeast corner of Berkey Avenue and Greene Road will see several road restrictions in the coming two weeks following action by the Goshen Board of Public Works and Safety Monday afternoon.
Other local briefs include: • Bethany student qualifies for national tournament • VFW invites public to events • CCJ to host Nancy Riestenberg
GOSHEN — Goshen College students, faculty and community members will focus on the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. and explore the theme “King: The Man, The Motive, The Movement,” during the campus’ annual public celebration events Sunday and Monday.
The woods are mostly quiet. Every now and then, a full gust of wind grabs the top of the trees and shakes them down, but I can hear the crunch of my footsteps in the snow. Snowflakes are coming down thick and soft like someone just shook out the lining of a feather pillow.
ELKHART — The Kao family would tell you they were lucky to land in Elkhart County, lucky to open their own doughnut shop in Elkhart.
The holiday season started with a cup of cheer.
We finally have real winter weather. Snow! Cold! Wind! Needless to say it feels good to be inside a warm, cozy house this morning with the outside temperature at 23 degrees.
Other local briefs include: • EPL series focuses on self-improvement • Roth completes internship • Stutsman named to dean’s list • Club news: Goshen Noon Kiwanis
GOSHEN — A fold-out brochure that contains maps of the bicycle and multi-use routes and trails in Michiana, stirred emotions Saturday morning at the Elkhart County Council meeting.
FRANKTON — Much like when his children get sick, when one of Brian Shuter's cows fall ill to a bacterial infection, he seeks out the best antibiotics to get them well.
GOSHEN — When Roger Brown took over Maple City Bowl last March, he knew what needed to be done to turn the bowling alley into a state-of-the-art experience.
New Carlisle is a good choice for any day trip. The downtown is loaded with shops and restaurants that draw people from as far as Chicago.
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• Olympia owner to share history • Mayor's Arts Council meetup will feature artist Mishler • Oakwood polar plunge to benefit fire department
ALBION, Ind. — A northeastern Indiana man who fatally shot two people while trying to retrieve a Prada purse worth nearly $10,000 has been sentenced to 170 years in prison.
GOSHEN — The officer who fired a gun at the end of a pursuit this week is a Goshen Police Department lieutenant.
GOSHEN — This week started with a changing of the guard, of sorts, in Elkhart County government as a new county administrator rose to succeed longtime leader Tom Byers.
GOSHEN — A Republican has filed to run for mayor in the May 7 primary.
Meth dealing charges have been filed against an Elkhart man following an undercover investigation.
Other local briefs include: • Intermittent fasting program Jan. 25 • Register for benefit dinner • Free classes for caregivers • Relay for Life kick-off Jan. 19
UPDATE: On Friday afternoon, the Elkhart County Sheriff's Office clarified Joshua Perry was booked on the warrants, but not incarcerated at the Jail. Meaning, county police took him into custody and entered him into the system while he continues to receive medical treatment at a hospital in …
The music of this past Christmas season — on the radio, at church, in shops and even carolers at my apartment complex — turned my thoughts to the subject of music in global faiths.
I find it very hard to admit this but, I may have officially crossed over into over-the-hill-fuddy-duddiness. I find it hard to believe because even though I entered another decade, and in many cases qualify for senior citizen deals, I’m young at heart and mind. I still think I’m in my 30s.
GOSHEN — Investigators may release details next week about an incident in which a Goshen police officer fired a gun after a pursuit and a suspect was treated for injuries. Whether the suspect was shot, and what prompted the officer to open fire are questions awaiting answers.
Two men, including a pedestrian, were injured in a crash involving a van speeding in reverse in Elkhart Wednesday.
WAKARUSA — The stately brick structure at the northeast corner of Elkhart and Waterford streets is an iconic building in downtown Wakarusa.
ELKHART — Rod Roberson announced Thursday he will seek the Democratic nomination to run for mayor of Elkhart.
ELKHART — For his most recent show, Elkhart artist Bob Cross looked to his backyard. To the light posts and sidewalks along his local commutes. To the settings of his everyday living.
A Goshen police officer fired his weapon at the end of a car chase at 9:57 p.m. Wednesday. The driver of the vehicle, Joshua Allen Perry, 34, Goshen, was injured and taken to Goshen Hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
ELKHART — For the second night in a row, firefighters from around Elkhart County battled a large fire in Concord Township.
DUNLAP — The Indiana Fire Marshal’s office has joined an investigation into a fire that destroyed a building at a wood-pallet business in Dunlap Monday night. This was the second large fire at the company, Recycled/New Pallets Inc., in three years.
MIDDLEBURY — The days of sharing athletic facilities will soon be over at Northridge High School. Following its second public meeting Tuesday, the Middlebury Community Schools Board of Education voted to move forward with the $15 million plan to build new outdoor facilities, which will inclu…
INDIANAPOLIS — As Alivia Stahl and her twin 6-year-old brothers crossed a two-lane Fulton County road to board their school bus on Oct. 30, the driver of an oncoming Toyota Tacoma apparently failed to respond to the flashing lights of the bus.
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- Maple City Bowl overhauled, now a family entertainment center
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- Car chase ends in Goshen with officer firing gun and man taken to hospital
- $15 million Middlebury athletics proposal passes
- Details pending after officer fires gun at the end of a pursuit
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