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SOUTH BEND -- The casks of wine were hidden behind a false wall in a house on Oliver Street, until the federal agents came calling. It was the Prohibition era, and producing 50-gallon kegs of homemade wine to sell was illegal. Several snapshots show the...
ELKHART -- It's one of the more controversial issues in recent years, and Tuesday night, the St. Joseph County Council is going to tackle it again. They’re talking about a county-wide smoking ban as they likely prepare for a vote in a couple of...
From the beginning, best friends Tammy Proctor and Jami Jones collaborated on a small business that catered not only to consumers but also their four-legged friends. Now, Canine Crazy is nearing its end. Sunday marks the final day of business at the...
Borders bookstore will be saying goodbye to Mishawaka. The company has filed for bankruptcy and is closing 200 bookstores nationwide, including Mishawaka's store. This is just another blow to Grape Road, where a large number of retailers are located...
Tags: Politics, Real Estate, Business, Consumer Confidence, Bankruptcy
SOUTH BEND — Hotels are booked, restaurants are packed, and if you've been driving around town, you've probably noticed the traffic. It's not a home football game weekend, but it is graduation weekend at Notre Dame and Saint Mary's. And families...
Hacienda admits it made a mistake. For the first time in the history of the South Bend-based restaurant company, billboards are being removed less than two weeks after Hacienda launched a new advertising campaign. Hacienda has instructed a local...
Tags: Politics, Education, Skype, Jim Jones, Colleges and Universities
Associated PressSCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — It was the customer service disaster heard around the Internet. An Arizona restaurateur, fed up after years of negative online reviews and an embarrassing appearance on a reality television show, allegedly posted a social...
Illinois drivers soon could roll along rural interstates at 70 mph after House lawmakers Wednesday approved a higher speed limit on nonurban highways despite safety concerns and a possible veto showdown with the governor. Supporters said the higher...
Tags: Politics, Justice System, AAA, Government, Pat Quinn
Palm Springs, already in the midst of a long-overdue makeover, is now scrapping an empty downtown shopping mall along once-fashionable Palm Canyon Drive, reopening some closed streets and preparing to showcase the start of its Downtown PS redevelopment....
INDIANAPOLIS-DEADLY FIRE Chief: Burns, smoke inhalation killed 2 children INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Authorities say two children killed in a fire east of Indianapolis Monday suffered "very bad" burns and smoke inhalation. Cumberland Police Chief Mike...
China Grill at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina will serve its last meal on June 1, restaurant operators said. China Grill Management said in a statement that they are closing the Fort Lauderdale location to focus their energy on the upcoming...
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