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CorrespondentSOUTH BEND -- The River Park Business Association, aiming to join the Indiana Main Street program, is strengthening its organizational structure as it seeks to leverage opportunities around the growing campus of Indiana University South Bend. "We'd...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- Kevin Brinegar, president of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce spoke about the Chamber's role in state and federal legislation to about 30 local business executives and Chamber members at the University of Notre Dame. "We're a business...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- The South Bend Common Council isn't scheduled to vote until next week on a proposal to ban smoking in city bars, but its members got a head start on the debate Monday night. Doctors and health advocates quoted statistics about the effects...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterPolice are on the lookout for a robber who has been targeting liquor stores over the past week. Since Sunday, police say the suspect has robbed four liquor stores in the city — River Park Liquors at 2407 E. Mishawaka Ave. on Sunday; McKinley...
NEW YORK (AP) — President Barack Obama's re-election campaign has released a new television ad pushing back at Republican Mitt Romney's effort to use some of Obama's words against him. Romney has taken Obama to task for saying "you didn't build...
Tags: Elections, Mitt Romney, Politics, Barack Obama
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterIn one advertisement, Democrat Joe Donnelly coaches two basketball teams -- dressed symbolically in blue and red -- while an actor pretending to be Republican Richard Mourdock leaps up from the bleachers and yells, "Hey, Donnelly, it's my way or the...
Reaction is mixed over the Supreme Court's decision to uphold President Obama's healthcare law: Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels: “The immediate implications for Indiana are a huge increase in health insurance rates, especially for young people,...
Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) — Free vaccines for kids, cheaper drugs for the elderly and many other benefits of President Barack Obama's health care law are already out there. More are coming, like a guaranteed right to buy health insurance even for patients...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterAll of the candidates running in Indiana's 2nd District congressional race have complaints about the health care law the Supreme Court upheld last week. They differ, though, on how they think lawmakers should react. Republican Jackie Walorski firmly...
Dry and hot: that's a pretty good combination for a beach town when it comes to attracting business. The early spring and now hot summer weather is helping some local businesses. And most business owners will tell you their busiest hours are the really...
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas (AP) — Drinking beer while lazily floating down the Guadalupe River on an inner tube is a heat-beating tradition for hundreds of thousands of visitors to New Braunfels each summer. But turnout is down and businesses say the...
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