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Indiana’s Oldest Zoo to Undergo Major Upgrade in the South Bend – Elkhart Region

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (Sept. 12, 2018) — The Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) has approved Regional Cities Initiative funding to support significant improvements at the Potawatomi Zoo, one of the region’s most popular quality of place assets. South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg and state officials will join Potawatomi Zoological Society executives to break ground on…

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Groundbreaking Held for Aquatic Center, Early Childhood Learning Center

On July 18th, over 100 people from across the region attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the Aquatic Center and Early Childhood Learning Center on Miller Drive in Plymouth. Several dignitaries from the local and state level were in attendance to welcome in both facilities into Marshall County. Mayor Mark Senter spoke as well as Chris…

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Luxury apartments near completion in Plymouth

PLYMOUTH, Ind. (WNDU)- Construction on the first-of-its-kind luxury apartments is nearing completion in downtown Plymouth. On Wednesday, NewsCenter 16 got a chance to see what some of those apartments might look like with a tour of them that shows what developers hope it will bring to the area. The multi-million dollar development is expected to bring…

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Goshen Theater restoration fund drive gets $1 million infusion

GOSHEN — A $1 million grant has pushed the Goshen Theater restoration fund drive out of its private phase and into its public phase. On Friday the Community Foundation of Elkhart Countygave the money to the theater restoration board as its share of a match challenge. The not-for-profit Goshen Theater Inc. board hopes to raise $5.2 million for…

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Elkhart City officials break ground for River District Project

ELKHART — Elkhart city leaders broke ground on Thursday to start construction on a multi-million dollar project that they believe will be instrumental in revitalizing the downtown area. About 50 people, including community and construction leaders, gathered Thursday morning at the site of the River District Streetscape Project, on Jackson Boulevard and Elkhart Avenue, for…

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