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ST. JOSEPH COUNTY – Ready or not, Black Friday is right around the corner. Stores are in full swing preparing, but are you ready for the holiday shopping season? Some shoppers have been saving up all year for this; others said they're only...
South Bend TribuneEven though there has been considerable backlash for creeping into a national holiday, retailers are anticipating more than 152 million consumers this weekend will descend upon their traditional brick-and-mortar and online stores. For many, it starts...
A local mother is speaking out after police say her 2-year-old son's babysitters used him to steal alcohol. Officers arrested 27-year-old Benjamin Sims and 26-year-old Danielle Howey Tuesday night on felony theft charges. They are related to the boy and...
TribLocal - Tinley Park » NewsThe Dominick's in Orland Park will close in October, making it the third grocery store to shut down in the village this year. Dominick's officials …...
TribLocal - EvanstonMeijer Inc., the mass discount chain from Michigan, is inching closer to Chicago's borders with its latest invention: a mini-supercenter tailored to neighborhood tastes. The …...
Other Chicago suburbs gentrified or decayed their way through the 20th Century, while multiplying their populations. Meanwhile, Wayne persisted, the tortoise to their hare. "We are frozen in time by intention," said Wayne's village president, Eileen...
Tags: Chicago Loop, Wayne, Mrs. O'Leary, Equestrian, Starbucks Corp.
SOUTH BEND – A 29-year-old man has been found guilty of murder in a September, 2010 homicide on Walnut Street. Douglas A. Guilmette is accused of murdering Gregory Piechocki Jr., 37. Guilmette was also found guilty of being a habitual offender and...
Upcoming events: Charlevoix Circle of Arts — The following are upcoming events at the Charlevoix Circle of Arts, located at 109 Clinton St. in Charlevoix. For more information visit the organization’s website at http://www.charlevoixcircle....
News ReporterA 28-year-old Holland woman being investigated for leaving an infant locked in a car has been arrested for retail fraud for stealing a cart of groceries. Around noon Friday, the Holland Police Department responded to a report of a child who had been in a...
Tags: Prosecution, Fraud, Crime, Law and Justice, Vehicles, Crimes
One sign a winter storm is on the way: Nearly bare bread shelves at local grocery stores. Another: Tired cashiers. On Monday, especially between 2 and 8 p.m., shoppers swarmed local grocery stores in search of snowstorm essentials: bread, milk, eggs,...
Tags: Weather Reports, Karen Armstrong, Breads, Weather, Homes
WESTLAND, Mich. (AP) — Gov. Rick Snyder's plan to put the state's item-pricing law on the shelf is being met with concern by unions, open arms by retailers and mixed reviews from shoppers. The Republican told lawmakers during his first State of...
Tags: Elections, Prices, Jon Hurst, Lawyers, Crime, Law and Justice
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterVolunteering in a food pantry "makes you realize what you have," one volunteer says. "It makes you realize you have a warm bed to crawl into," Sam Gleissner said. "You open the refrigerator door, and there's food there. You have a cup of coffee in the...
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