St. Joseph County set to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. this January
Differences between men and women in politics
No injuries following structure fire in downtown St. Joe
City one step closer to filling Director of the Community Police...
One person injured in shooting at gas station Monday
OBGYN department closing at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center...
Rain, snow and possibly storms this week
Mishawaka Police investigating shots fired on East Grove, Locust...
On the Record with Rich: How the ecomony impacts you
One shot and injured on Johnson Street Sunday night
Cloudy start to week with temperatures below normal
A purr-fect new spot for coffee comes to Michiana; South Bend’s...
Annual auto show breaks attendance record
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- South Bend Heritage is teaming up with the Martin Luther King Jr. Foundation of St. Joseph County to honor the Civil Rights activist this January.
The committee is holding their 33rd annual holiday celebration which is titled, "Never Lose Sight of the Dream."
Throughout January, workshops and events will be held to educate the community about Dr. King’s legacy.
They will also put a focus on getting the community to commit more acts of service.
"All of us together can do something so this day of service is more than just an opportunity to educate. It is a goal to be able to connect our communities together to understand that one problem that affects one area affects all areas," Said Rev. Ray Owens.
A breakfast will be held on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, January 21st.
The event will take place at 7:30 a.m. at the Century Center.
Other activities and events will be taking place until 9 p.m. that evening.
Tickets for the breakfast can be purchased online or over the phone.