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  • Urgent care clinic offers concussion test popular among high school athletes

    Former NFL stars have placed concussions in the spotlight with a string of lawsuits. Now an urgent care clinic in Granger offers a new test that helps coaches and trainers spot and treat head injuries before they turn into something more serious.

  • Elkhart County Prosecuting Attorney and YWCA joining forces to help domestic violence victims

    The Office of the Elkhart County Prosecuting Attorney and the YWCA North Central Indiana are partnering together to help Hispanic victims of domestic violence.The group is going to be facilitated by the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney along with a bilingual counselor from the YWCA."Victims of domestic violence come from all backgrounds and walks of life, and none of them deserve to be abused," Curtis T. Hill Jr., Elkhart County Prosecuting Attorney, said.

  • Two others charged along with owner of Tricia's Playhouse owner for death of five-year-old boy

    Two others have been charged alongside the owner of the Michigan City day care where five-year-old boy died last month.Charges of Reckless Homicide and Involuntary Manslaughter were filed Friday against Tricia Calvin, the owner of Tricia's Playhouse, for her role in the death of five-year-old Amareon Williams. Attorney's for Williams' mother claim he was unsupervised when he became entangled in a jump rope hanging from a play set and accidentally hung himself.

  • Elkhart Council Committee holds meeting for ordinance to create three-foot distance for cars passing bicyclists

    Elkhart motorists may have to watch their distance when passing bicyclists. The Public Health and Safety Committee of the Elkhart City Council held a meeting to discuss an ordinance which would establish a minimum three-foot passing distance for motor vehicles passing bicyclists.

  • Henry Davis Jr. submits letter announcing temporary leave of absence.

    South Bend Common Councilman Henry Davis Jr. is taking a temporary leave of absence from his Council duties.In a letter to Council President Oliver Davis, Henry Davis Jr. said he is taking a medical leave to concentrate on his health. He said he is unable to comment on his July 19 arrest for Operating While Intoxicated, under the advisement of council.

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