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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The second wave of a powerful winter storm spitting snow, sleet, ice and high winds barreled into Indiana on Tuesday, and emergency officials urged people to stay off the roads and prepare for frigid power outages. At least...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterThe impact of a tornado that ripped through Joplin, Mo., last month tugged at the hearts of dozens of Dowagiac residents 700 miles away. They watched with horror the images of collapsed buildings and injured people scrambling to find loved ones. For...
A coalition of groups that serves the homeless in St. Joseph County is looking for donations to help 200 people with day-to-day necessities, from combs to bus passes. The goods will be given out Wednesday at a Homeless Connect Service Fair. They'll go to...
Intersection improvements at Chapin Street/Western Avenue will cause Transpo to detour that area. In turn, Transpo’s detour affects rider service to the Food Bank of Northern Indiana on Chapin Street. The detour could last several weeks. While the...
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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterThe Berrien County Chapter of the American Red Cross already has a new home at 3838 Niles Road in St. Joseph. Now they're searching for new volunteers. If the chapter can count on you, call 269-556-9619. Wendy Glaser, chapter executive, said recently...
SOUTH BEND -- Postal workers delivered thousands of pounds of food to the Northern Indiana Food Bank Saturday as people across the US tried to stamp out hunger. Saturday marked the 19th annual Stamp Out Hunger event. People across the country placed...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana group created to help families of police officers killed in the line of duty has a new board of directors and new spending limits after organizers say it fell victim to a syndrome many charities experience as they grow...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterKevin Strebinger stopped getting haircuts 15 years ago. It leaves him now with a thin cable of hair, bound by hair ties, that dangles below the middle of his back. "It's always been the way I am," says the 51-year-old, finding it hard to describe why....
BUCHANAN, Mich. -- Tens of thousands of American troops are serving overseas in Afghanistan right now. And while their mission is a big one, it doesn't mean they don't have some down time now and then. Jim Foster of Buchanan learned that from his son,...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana Black Expo will honor actors Danny Glover and Angela Bassett and Indianapolis Colts linebacker Gary Brackett at its corporate luncheon and awards presentation July 15. Expo says it will give Bassett its Screen Image...
Greater New BritainMSCF awarded over $112,000 in scholarships to 68 area students during the Foundation's annual Scholarship Reception on June 12 at Hawk's Landing Country Club. A total of 88 scholarships were awarded from 48 scholarship funds established by donors at the...
JERUSALEM — Israeli doctors were among the first to set up emergency hospitals in Haiti after its devastating 2010 earthquake. Israel also swiftly dispatched water-purification experts to Japan following the 2011 tsunami and trauma experts to Boston...
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