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SOUTH BEND — Newsweek ranks the city of South Bend eighth on their top ten list of America's dying cities. Now the mayor is speaking out. The Newsweek list is based on declining population and, more specifically, the declining population of...
Tags: Elections, New York, Nursing, Pittsburgh, Health
A city police officer faces a 21-day unpaid suspension for his arrest on driving under the influence in October. Detective Sgt. James Walsh was arrested Oct. 23 after an Indiana State police officer reported he was speeding on Indiana 2 near New...
Tags: Misdemeanors, Police Arrests, Indiana, Trials, Drunk Driving
INDIANAPOLIS -- The old model of voting in traditional, neighborhood precincts could be on its way out in Indiana. The General Assembly is moving quickly this year on legislation that would allow election officials in all of the state's 92 counties to...
SOUTH BEND — Most people view graffiti as a nuisance. A local hardware store owner says it may be an opportunity. From buildings to bridges to trains, we've seen graffiti everywhere. And it happened to the owner of Ardmore Hardware this week....
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — A northern Indiana nonprofit group is hoping a window that once sat below the University of Notre Dame's Golden Dome turns out to be golden. The Observer student newspaper at Notre Dame reports that the St. Joseph County...
SOUTH BEND — A Mishawaka woman arrested last week for allegedly driving drunk with a toddler in the back seat has been formally charged with a felony by the St. Joseph County Prosecutor. Linda Garza, 52, of Mishawaka, is facing one count of...
Two masked men ran off empty-handed early Tuesday morning after a South Bend convenience store clerk recognized they were brandishing BB guns and returned their demands for money with a stare. Mishawaka police said two suspects matching similar...
SOUTH BEND — A judge on Tuesday denied an attempt to suppress the alleged confession of a man accused of beating a pitbull nearly to death last summer. Gerald McKinney is scheduled to go on trial this spring for the fatal beating of a pitbull at a...
The St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday to veto an ordinance establishing a mentoring program at the Juvenile Justice Center. The vote was 2-1, with Democrats Bob Kovach and Dave Thomas opposed to the measure and Republican Andy...
SOUTH BEND — Police say an argument between roommates in a group home led one of the men to set the building on fire. The fire took place at a small, yellow, ranch-style home in the 1000 block of East Byron Street just after 9:30 p.m. Sunday....
SOUTH BEND — A city police officer faces a 21-day unpaid suspension for his arrest on driving under the influence in October. Det. Sgt. James Walsh was arrested Oct. 23, after an Indiana State police officer reported he was speeding on Indiana 2...
The city’s common council gave final approval Monday night to a resolution exempting data management equipment from personal property taxes. The initiative paves the way for the launch of Data Realty LLC, the first private-sector firm planning...
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