The Elkhart Housing Authority executive director Ann Washington reached out to 16 News Now saying complaints about the heat started coming in on Feb. 15th, but many residents say this is an ongoing problem.
While it was a competitive event featuring the men who built the course in the ’80s, some other top-level disk golfers, and even Goshen’s Mayor, the real prize the opportunity to give back in a big way.
Jordan worked two jobs and as the second oldest in a six sibling household, she helped out anywhere she could. Now her family set up a GoFundMe and is asking you to help them raise enough money to give Jordan a proper goodbye.
Every year for the past two decades Ken Kuespert adds something new to his Christmas light display, a show people pull over and watch from their cars. This year, he not only added a few new features, but he also invited friends who are showing off their lights.
With many families spending more time at home because of the Covid pandemic, now’s a better time than ever to beef up those outdoor holiday lighting displays. In fact, the Bridgman Public School District is looking to see which one is the best of the best.
With stores like Walmart, Target, and Best Buy keeping their doors closed until 5:00 A.M. Friday morning at the earliest, shoppers were likely at their computers around midnight instead of lining up in person.
36-year-old Blair Struble and many others who have distinct memories of this place will tell you Deer Forest didn’t always look like the overgrown ruin it does now. He said it’s his mission to bring back the former animal theme park so families can make new memories at the place he said put Coloma, Michigan on the map.
After serving as a Navy veteran in World War II, 94-year-old Stanley J. Jurek of South Bend was surprised and honored on Sunday with the “Hero Award” by Homes for Heroes for his long and dedicated service.