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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama has resorted to "extremism" with stifling, anti-growth policies and sought to divide Americans, not unite them, Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels said Tuesday in the formal Republican response to the president's...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- An economic climate with low interest rates is a double-edged sword for city budgets. On one hand, cities save on interest payments when they borrow money. On the other hand, they earn less interest income on investments. Interest income...
Some experts say, if YOU are one of those Americans who doesn't own a home, now may be a good time to buy. That's because interest rates are so low. And, the Federal Reserve announced last week, they would keep those rates low until at least 2014. If...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY -- Some experts say, if you are one of those Americans who doesn't own a home, now may be a good time to buy. That's because interest rates are so low. And, the Federal Reserve announced last week, they would keep those rates low until...
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Gov. Sam Brownback's administration plans to release the long-awaited details of his plan for overhauling how Kansas finances its public schools this week amid skepticism about his ability to keep his promises to protect rural...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — More than quarter of the Indiana House Democrats who unsuccessfully fought passage of the state's new right-to-work law won't try for re-election this year, further boosting the chances of Republicans strengthening their hold...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The stock market's gyrations of the past couple weeks have meant millions of dollars in losses for Indiana's public pension funds. The Indiana Public Retirement System has about 40 percent of its $20 billion-plus in assets...
MISHAWAKA – It’s been a bumpy economic ride lately, but perhaps one bright spot is the fact that interest rates are at a 50-year low. Those low rates are creating another rush to local lenders for some area homeowners considering refinancing...
Tags: Elections, Real Estate, Politics, Freddie Mac, Mortgages
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterAs President Barack Obama gets ready to give a major speech to the nation on the economy Thursday, The Tribune asked some local business and economics experts what they think the government should do to get the economy to produce more jobs. The group -...
MISHAWAKA — Mayoral candidate Craig Fry says that a poorly educated population is a "bad sign" for companies that would consider locating here. The Democrat is using that point to back an unusual proposal. If elected Nov. 8, he said he’d...
Tags: Justice System, Lawyers, Economic Policy, Elections, Politics
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,...
Tags: Corporate Officers, Condos, Marketing, Sales, Economic Policy
South Bend Tribune Staff ReportSOUTH BEND - The city's Common Council on Monday approved spending $1.5 million to help the South Bend Career Academy, a public charter school focused on vocational training that opened in August in the Blackthorn area. Under the agreement, the city will...
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