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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - You don't have to wait until Thanksgiving to give thanks. So, on Sunday, area residents gathered at the Century Center, not only to count their blessings but to mingle and learn about religions, cultures and ethnic groups other than their...
SOUTH BEND — He had already been banned from the blood bank for being unruly, police said. When a South Bend man presented his son’s Social Security number as identification in an attempt to give blood Monday afternoon, he was arrested....
Summer is the best time to get outdoors and enjoy a bonfire with family and friends. A southwest Michigan boy knows you can't have a fire without something to burn. Nine-year-old Tyler Streu from Coloma is selling wood that's been piling up in his yard....
NEW YORK (AP) — Americans seem to be giving more to charity after two years of sharp declines because of the recession. A report by the Giving USA Foundation says charitable giving in 2010 was $290.9 billion. That's up from $280.3 billion in 2009....
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...
Tags: Indiana, Social Issues
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 Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- Four river otters are about to make their official debut at Potawatomi Zoo, but in some circles, the mischievous animals are apparently already well known. Sam, Gdewi, Kedegakwe and a yet-to-be named otter are tenants of the zoo's new, $1...
Tags: Sports, Social Issues, Dancing
Can you please help this adorable ballerina? A 'Bone Marrow Drive & Fundraiser' goes until 4 p.m. today (Saturday) at Jimtown Elementary School, 58901 C.R. 3, Elkhart. Watch the video to see anchor Kristin Bien interview Bella's family on News...
Tags: Social Issues, Bone Marrow, Lee Johnson, Human Body
The recent controversy surrounding National Public Radio, in which a conservative operative caught top executives disparaging conservative groups and offering to protect a controversial donor, could not have come at a worse time for WVPE. The local...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- Saving lives is a competitive business. One unit of blood can save up to three lives, but blood donation centers worry about supply and demand like any other marketer. Kay Clark-Cox, manager of blood donor recruitment at the South Bend...
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