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A proposed change in the way the city pays its share to the Economic Development Corporation of Elkhart County is drawing objections from the organization,... [Read More]
A vote on the City of Elkhart's budget for fiscal year 2019 has been pushed back a week, following Mayor Tim Neese's request at Thursday's... [Read More]
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Mayor Tim Neese is looking to change how the city allocates funds granted to the Economic Development Corporation of Elkhart County (EDC) in his budget... [Read More]
As local temperatures begin to drop, benefit increases for Indiana energy assistance programs may more than offset the recent hike rates announced by energy company... [Read More]
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Kittens and cats continue to overwhelm the Elkhart County Humane Society, as the local shelter has already seen nearly 200 more felines pounce through the... [Read More]
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The League of Women Voters of Elkhart County and IU South Bend's American Democracy Project will be hosting their Meet the Candidates evening at the... [Read More]
The economic impact of the University of Notre Dame extends well beyond South Bend and St. Joseph County, reaching across the region and into neighboring... [Read More]
Redevelopment commission agreed Tuesday to put up for sale the former housing for the homeless building on 525 Middlebury St. in Elkhart. [Read More]
The future of Civic Plaza and Central Park will be the topic of public discussion at a city meeting at the end of this month. [Read More]
Mayor Tim Neese will be leading Elkhart's third annual Family Fun Ride on Saturday, Oct. 13. [Read More]
The Indiana State Court of Appeals has affirmed the Elkhart Redevelopment Commission's case for environmental legal action involving a rehabilitated industrial site being redeveloped for... [Read More]
The Pillars of Elkhart teamed up with the Cockopalooza committee for the 15th Annual Cockopalooza cancer-fighting event at Central Park on Saturday. [Read More]
Do you know your voting rights in Indiana? The American Civil Liberties Union hosted a panel to discuss this question at the Elkhart Public Library... [Read More]
Suffragette Frances Willard stated after learning to ride a bicycle at age 53 that "I began to feel that myself plus the bicycle equaled myself... [Read More]
About 25 local community members came to IUSB Elkhart for the last of four community conversations on the Tolson Center's future Tuesday evening. [Read More]
A pair of accidents sent an Elkhart woman to the hospital with minor injuries and an Elkhart man to jail for operating a vehicle while... [Read More]
The Elkhart City Street Department has announced that pending weather, the following roads will be closed from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for paving the... [Read More]
More than 60 community members and elected city officials gathered Thursday evening at Pierre Moran Middle School cafeteria to discuss the future of the Tolson... [Read More]
The Michiana Area Council of Governments on Wednesday approved more than $5 million for improvements at the U.S. 33 at C.R. 36/College Avenue intersection and... [Read More]
The first of four public meetings on the Tolson Center will begin in Pierre Moran Middle School's cafeteria at 6:30 p.m. Thursday as a local... [Read More]
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