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New numbers show 70 percent of students in the south bend community school district live at or below the poverty line. This year, South Bend schools are providing free meals for all of their students. Read More »
INDOT’s US 31 project broke ground in 2008. It’s been six years and drivers are now able to bypass the lower speed limits and the stoplights. Read More »
Six years ago, INDOT began construction on the new US 31.
A small section of the new highway opened Thursday to drivers from South Bend to Plymouth, but it does not come without consequence.
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On July 1, Deputy Mayor Mark Neal and Police Chief Ron Teachman made the decision to disarm South Bend park rangers. Parks Board President, Robert Goodrich, says he was shocked by the Mayor and Police Chief’s decision. Read More »
The owner of a Michigan animal park under scrutiny this summer has announced they will be closing their doors after 65 years in business. Read More »
A Mishawaka bar will be closed this football season due to the owner's battle with cancer. Read More »
It is time to go back to school for many Michiana kids. This year, parents say they are having to dig extra deep in their finances to send their kids back to school prepared. Read More »
Apple hit a new closing record Tuesday ($100.53). Apple's prior closing record was $100.30 from September 19, 2012 (taking into account the stock split in June). Read More »
McDonald's is partnering with Kraft to distribute their McCafe brand of coffee flavors to supermarkets. Read More »
Owners of Hacienda are taking on a different ethnicity of food for a bicycle-themed restaurant in Eddy Street Commons. Read More »