NAPPANEE — Transportation was the top topic of conversation at the Monday evening session of the Wa-Nee Community Schools Board of Trustees.
GOSHEN — Goshen Redevelopment Commission members took another step forward Tuesday regarding plans for the construction of a pedestrian crosswalk and turn lanes on U.S. 33 near Fidler Pond Park.
GOSHEN — Gilberto Pérez Jr. is seeking the Democratic nomination for the Goshen City Council's 5th District in the May 7 primary election.
SYRACUSE — The Wawasee Area Conservancy Foundation has purchased 66 acres at the southeast end of Lake Wawasee that will help protect the lake’s watershed.
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.
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.
ELKHART — When a child is having to go through the Elkhart County courts system, whether it be for foster care or obtaining services, adult court advocates can be a grounding and comforting source of support.
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.
INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana legislator who says she was groped at a bar by state Attorney General Curtis Hill wants to make it easier to remove some state officeholders from their positions.
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.
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 …
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.
GOSHEN — An Elkhart man faces more than 20 years in prison for his role in a bank robbery in which another man was killed, as well as for violating his probation. The robbery charge amounted to less than half of the total sentence, though.
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.
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…
Indiana high school students on average graduated at a slightly higher rate in 2018 than they did the previous year, a statistic that appears to hold true for most local high schools as well.
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.
NAPPANEE — Renovations on Nappanee’s council chambers are ongoing but the council convened in the reconfigured space for the first meeting of 2019 Monday night.
Other local briefs include: • Knights to host fish fry • Several events planned at Goshen VFW • Lehman named to dean’s list • Students make good grades • Dean’s list released • Needlework enthusiasts meet monthly
ELKHART — Ten fire departments responded to a fire coming from the Recycled/New Pallets Inc. building on C.R. 45 just south of the U.S. 20 bypass Monday night. The Concord Township Fire Department were the first ones on the scene when the fire started just past 6 p.m.
Entering and exiting Linway Plaza via the main entrance along Lincoln Avenue will be a bit more difficult over the next two weeks following action by the Goshen Board of Public Works and Safety Monday afternoon.
ANDERSON — As Hoosier winters continue to remain warmer and the start of spring becomes unpredictable, research suggests climate change threatens Indiana songbirds.
LAGRANGE — A 70-year-old LaGrange man was stabbed during a fight in the 6200 block of East C.R. 200 South at 4:35 p.m. Saturday. His alleged assailant was later arrested.
MILLERSBURG — Some felt their houses shake, some heard windows rattle, and many others paused in alarm or curiosity after some kind of loud sonic incident or situation or … something … erupted apparently in an area east and south of the Goshen Municipal Airport Saturday afternoon.
GOSHEN — Bill Overhulser has spent much of his life as an aviator. He began building and flying planes when he owned Del Rey Industries in the 1960s. Even after retirement, he was a self-supporting missionary pilot, making trips in his Helio Courier to Central American countries including Gu…
GOSHEN — Elkhart County is facing a significant lack of available bus drivers, forcing local school corporations to navigate the troubling transportation woes that inevitably result from such a shortage.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Community Schools Board of Education held a public meeting Friday afternoon to discuss the ongoing project proposal for new outdoor athletic facilities and renovations at Northridge Middle School.
WARSAW — The head swim coach at Wawasee High School is accusing the school corporation’s athletic director of ongoing sex discrimination against her for about the past two years.
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- Maple City Bowl overhauled, now a family entertainment center
- Car chase ends in Goshen with officer firing gun and man taken to hospital
- At least 24 apartments affected by fire at Arbor Lakes
- Details pending after officer fires gun at the end of a pursuit
- POLICE NEWS: Gunshots reported in Goshen neighborhood
- NFL: Weather forecast does not concern the Indy Colts
- Cost, use of trails stir emotions at County Council meeting
- Police make numerous arrests
- Drug store owner expresses interest in KeyBank building