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Tribune Staff WriterAn unruly scene at the 100 Center early Sunday morning is prompting Mishawaka police to have a chat with business owners in the complex in an effort to curb some of the violence. A second serious altercation since June unfolded about 2 a.m. outside of...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterMISHAWAKA -- Mishawaka police are beefing up patrols at the 100 Center in the wake of a violent incident in the parking lots Sunday. There were reports of several fights, an assault on an officer and a gun being shot about 2 a.m., leading police from...
Tribune Staff WriterMISHAWAKA — The recession is being blamed for the upcoming closing of a Mishawaka restaurant. Hooters of Mishawaka will close on Sunday after serving customers for eight years on Day Road, between Main Street and Grape Road, across from Kohl&...
The proposed $4 million Granger sewer project would include much of the community's business district along S.R. 23 and some homes, too. As proposed, taxpayers would foot the bill. St. Joseph County officials say it's a matter of public health because...
Fire crews from several departments were dispatched to the McDonald's at U.S. 31/U.S. 6 in LaPaz just after 6 this morning. A firefighter on the scene told WSBT the fire likely started in a vat used to cook fried food items. The restaurant owner...
Tags: McDonald's, Restaurants
WATSON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Authorities say a 73-year-old man was found fatally shot in his southwestern Michigan home and his 50-year-old son shot himself when found by deputies. The Allegan County sheriff's department said in a statement...
Tags: Murder, Restaurants
A man and woman wanted more than a Subway lunch Monday. Plymouth Police say the pair are suspected of robbing the restaurant, at 500 N. Michigan St., just before 2 p.m. The pair left the restaurant in a red Ranger which police quickly spotted in the 1600...
Tags: Theft, Plymouth, Restaurants, Crimes, Prosecution
DETROIT (AP) — A party bus that was apparently operating as a strip club for reveling Lions fans at a popular tailgating spot in Detroit has gotten the boot from the city. The Detroit News reports (http://bit.ly/odoCd5) the "Booty Lounge" bus was...
Tags: Chicago Bears, Bars and Clubs
DETROIT (AP) — Detroit police have impounded a party bus they say operated illegally as a strip club for reveling football fans at a popular tailgating spot. The Detroit News and WDIV-TV report that the "Booty Lounge" bus was parked Monday near...
ATLANTA (AP) — Health officials say the toll of excessive drinking works out to about $2 per drink, in terms of medical expenses and other costs to society. A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study calculated societal costs from binge and...
A Goshen College study finds the average family at the Elkhart County Fair this week will spend $132. It's a major event for the County and the fairgrounds. But it may not have the economic impact you would expect. Admission, food, concerts -- you can...
SOUTH BEND — Despite, the tough economy, Eddy Street Commons in South Bend keeps growing. Now entering its second year, the developer boasts it only has three empty store fronts left for sale. And Eddy Street will see three new stores open...
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