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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- Somewhere between helping build shelters for hurricane victims in Haiti and visiting a school for deaf children in war-torn Afghanistan, Carolyn Woo realized her life's path was heading in a new direction. She felt a strong pull to work...
What do you like about South Bend schools, and what don't you like, what needs improving? This week the South Bend Community School Corp. is asking for input as they search for its next superintendent. A series of community forums to receive input start...
EDWARDSBURG — Yes, says Pete Konetchy, he’d be a lone voice in Congress should he win the Republican nomination to U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow’s seat next year and defeat the Michigan Democrat in the November 2012 election. But he’s...
With the debt ceiling and budget talks in Washington taking center stage you would think mature adults in positions of power would do the right things. Oh, wait a minute. Doing the right thing really isn’t a priority in Washington anymore. It is all...
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,...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterCity leaders have spent millions of dollars in recent years to acquire and prepare land in the downtown area for private development. What do Pete Buttigieg, Wayne Curry and Patrick Farrell -- the three candidates running to be South Bend's next mayor --...
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — An advocate for the homeless says employees of a Buffalo-area foreclosure law firm who mocked clients at a Halloween party last year need a lesson in homelessness. Pictures from the Steven Baum law firm's 2010 Halloween party...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterNILES - Honest Citizens for Honest Government? At least two Niles Township residents have a different opinion of the township organization. Much different. A two-page letter that attributes its origin to the organization was recently distributed in...
Tags: Real Estate, Services and Shopping, Realty
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A search is on for a homeless Utah man who has some good news awaiting him: He's entitled to a lot of money. A Utah private investigator has been hired to track down Max Melitzer, who is known to rove between Salt Lake City...
NEW CARLISLE -- A New York-based energy company plans to build a $700 million power plant in Olive Township. Development Partners principal Andy Rovito made the announcement during a presentation Thursday night at the New Carlisle Volunteer Fire...
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama continues his efforts to make peace with big business Monday with a speech at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The president fought tooth-and-nail with the chamber over things like health care and the...
Tags: Elections, Politics, Washington, DC, Barack Obama
SOUTH BEND — More than 50 local business leaders gathered today at Century Center to generate ideas that the group hopes could ignite redevelopment and change in South Bend. The forum was not open for media coverage. "As business people, we do...
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