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WSBT-TV ReporterA South Bend councilman wants the Department of Justice to investigate the South Bend Police Department. Henry Davis Jr., in his Aug. 9 letter to the DOJ, said there's a racist and criminal culture within the department. He also noted some people in...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- The owner of a west-side building housing 190 migrant workers has agreed to hire fire watchmen to monitor the property 24 hours a day. The agreement settles city officials' concerns that the former nursing home at 5024 W. Western Ave....
Attached is a statement from State Rep. B. Patrick Bauer (D-South Bend) on Thursday's events: “Despite the fact that I don’t agree with today’s outcome, I think Representative Lawson is a great leader. She has a great background,...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- Residents would give up their homes and relocate. About 30 houses would be knocked down to widen Fellows Street and realign it smoothly with Chippewa Avenue on the city's southside. Jim Goepfrich, who relocated during South Bend's...
Tags: Politics, Government, Republic of Ireland
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND — Adam Detwiler seems a bit wistful as he looks out at Erskine Park Golf Course from his backyard on the city’s south side. The skeleton of a wooden deck he recently quit building stands over his shoulder. A water feature he had...
Tags: Sports, Politics, Government, Rentals, Golf
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- City officials and local businesses have put millions of dollars on the line to develop South Bend's technology sector. Time will tell if those investments pay off in jobs and economic growth, but the buzz is building around local tech...
Tags: Politics, Government, E-Commerce Industry
An opening date has been set for the new Cheddar's Casual Cafe, which broke ground last November on Mishawaka's north side. An Aug. 13 opening is planned at the new 8,000-square-foot restaurant, located on the northeast corner of Main Street and Edison...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- The city's Human Rights Commission is responsible for enforcing laws that ensure people have fair access to education, employment, housing and public places. But, for the past decade, its employees and clients haven't had access to proper...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — City officials are taking another look at a plan to widen and realign a portion of Fellows Street, north of Ireland Road.The project is on the table because the Indiana Department of Transportation is building a bridge to carry...
Tags: Science and Technology, Politics, Government
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterStarting July 1, Indiana judges will have the authority to levy civil fines against public officials who deliberately violate the state's public meetings or access to public records laws. If a public access lawsuit if filed and found valid, a judge can...
South Bend TribuneResidents were not warned of deficient electrical wiring and other dangerous conditions that existed at Park Jefferson before fire destroyed their apartments, a lawsuit claims. The class-action suit, filed May 21 in St. Joseph Circuit Court on behalf...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- Citing two ongoing criminal cases involving members of the local Democratic Party and ongoing issues in the mayor's office, the county GOP on Friday called for an end to what it termed a "culture of corruption" in local Democratic politics....
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