Congrats on earning your free book reward for participating in the Summer Reading Challenge. Below is the list of books you have to choose from, arranged by grade or reading […]
Two years of pandemic disruptions to classroom learning have hurt students across the board. Scores on IREAD – the standardized test given to third graders – have declined by six […]
Elkhart’s story is about to be told “On The Heritage Tale.” Authors, musicians and other creatives will be featured in a week-long celebration at the downtown library the week of […]
The Palm Sunday tornadoes brought death and destruction to Indiana in 1965. The photographer capturing that history had a story of his own.
Bill Phillips was a pioneer; the first Black Elkhart city councilman, a Jaycee, a community servant, airport manager and later, a bank manager. A lifelong Elkhart native, he served in […]
For all K-12 students, Elkhart Public Library provides a space for after-school tutoring. Throughout the school year, National Honor Society students from area high schools will be available to help any […]
A brigade of men in light-colored suits moved confidently on the sidewalk leading to the Elkhart County Courthouse. In the middle of this who’s who of local lawyers was the […]
Taxes are as certain as, well, you know. With tax season ramping up, a lot of people are looking for where to go to get assistance and forms for their […]
The Arch was memorable, costly and criticized as a short-lived 1960s Main Street attraction.