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SOUTH BEND – News that more than 100 jobs will leave the area when Woodwind & Brasswind closes its doors at the end of the year means another vacant building for the city. But the man who owns that building says if his plans work out, it won't be...
Tags: Arts, Fine Arts, eBay Inc., File Sharing, Music Industry
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterMichiana’s second Pre-Seed Workshop gathered seven potential companies’ “idea champions” with teams of legal, business, financial and other experts for intense focus on how - or whether - to move forward. The repeat performance by...
South Bend Tribune Staff WritersIn cities across America’s Rust Belt, it’s common for governmental leaders to step in with money, new roads and sidewalks, cheap land and other incentives to encourage economic growth. Sometimes that help includes buying old industrial sites,...
Indiana State Excise Police were out in full force Tuesday putting South Bend liquor stores to the test of whether minors could buy alcohol and WSBT cameras went with them. While WSBT's camera did not enter stores, the Excise Police decoy wore a...
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South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — With four new members elected Tuesday, the South Bend Common Council will retain its 8-1 Democratic majority. And the newcomers include a father-son team: Democrats Fred Ferlic, elected to the District 4 seat, and son Gavin Ferlic, who...
SOUTH BEND – The Chase Tower needs some major repairs that will cost millions. On Monday night, in a 7 to 2 vote, the Common Council passed a resolution to use an "appropriate" amount of funds to help. A court-appointed receiver is managing the...
Associated PressLANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Republican-led Michigan Legislature, acting with a swiftness not seen since Ronald Reagan was president, passed a new state budget Thursday that Gov. Rick Snyder says accurately reflects Michigan's fiscal reality even as...
Tribune Staff WriterBENTON HARBOR — The St. Joseph-Benton Harbor area could see a large financial windfall when the Senior PGA Championship comes to The Golf Club at Harbor Shores next year, officials reported Thursday. Nearly 30 local representatives visited the 2011...
MISHAWAKA — “Not in my backyard!” That's what one Mishawaka woman said after what she calls a frustrating encounter with a snow plow. The homeowner called police claiming the plow driver dumped someone else's snow in her yard,...
MISHAWAKA -- Before the Steelers and Packers face off today, employees at the Mishawaka Between the Buns will quietly turn off the lights and mark the end of a nine-year run. The locally owned restaurant company e-mailed customers the announcement on...
Lisa Croteau is not surprised by the handful of businesses that are opening in downtown Niles, including Squeeze, Rumor Has it, and Lace Studio. She has heard, after all, that great businesses often start during the worst economic times. “When...
ReutersHELSINKI (Reuters) - The European Central Bank must keep an open mind on all policy tools, including buying asset-backed securities (ABS), to get lending flowing to small businesses, Governing Council member Erkki Liikanen said on Tuesday. The ECB's...
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