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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]
The doors to the Tolson Center are closed and locked, the students from the last summer class have gone home, but the future of the... [Read More]
Jackson Boulevard has reopened between Waterfall Drive and Elkhart Avenue, after nearly six months of construction as part of the River District Streetscape Project. [Read More]
Area firefighters were at Island Park for the second day of their water rescue training Thursday continuing their work in GPS training, flood response, rope... [Read More]
An early morning storm caused significant damage to the building but injured none of the employees working inside an industrial plant on the city's northwest... [Read More]
Norfolk Southern has notified the city of its intent to replace the railroad bridge at Oakland and Indiana avenues beginning on Monday, Sept. 10. [Read More]
Public input will be vital in an upcoming overhaul of the downtown Civic Plaza and Central Park, city leaders said Tuesday. [Read More]
More than 50 teams from local companies manning cardboard boats came out Friday, splashing and some sinking, for United Way of Elkhart County's annual Great... [Read More]
The Elkhart County Sheriff's Department's fourth annual Battle of the Badges Red Cross Blood Drive continues to grow in its fourth year, according to the... [Read More]
Construction on an $8 million memory care facility for Elkhart residents suffering from dementia, Alzheimer's disease and related symptoms should be completed by early next... [Read More]
Eight bands from across the region and the country will play downtown Saturday for the first of what organizers hope is many Rally in the... [Read More]
Every 65 seconds, someone in the United States is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. [Read More]