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South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- This year, they hoped for good weather as members of four west-side churches met at St. Augustine Catholic Church at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. But the chilly weather had no bearing over the 75 or so marchers who, after the blessing and passing out...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — Rachael Savannah Woods was the baby of the family, the one who lit up everyone’s day. She was adored by her parents and siblings, who still can’t believe she has been taken from them. The 20-year-old Woods died Sept. 13 at...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- St. Andrew Greek Orthodox Church makes some money each year at the Greek Festival. But Father George Konstantopoulos says that's not the most important thing the church makes. "Before the end of the festive we call everyone our friend," he...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND — Hundreds of cancer survivors, their families, friends and others attended “A Celebration of Life,” a fun-filled day honoring cancer patients. The 25th annual celebration of Michiana Cancer Survivors Day was held Sunday at...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterBella O’Dell is still fighting to receive “The Match” that will save her life. The 4-year old, of Elkhart, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) a year ago and recently relapsed and is in need of a bone marrow...
Tags: Health, Charity, Bone Marrow, Leukemia, Human Body
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterNILES - Sunshine broke through Saturday in time for the grand parade of the 39th annual Four Flags Apple Festival. Hundreds of adults and children lined the street to watch as city officials, bands, floats, firetrucks and police officers on motorcycles...
NILES — Sunshine broke through today in time for the grand parade of the 39th annual Four Flags Apple Festival. Hundreds of adults and children lined Broadway to watch as city officials, bands, floats, firetrucks and police officers on...
To University of Notre Dame geneticist Harvey A. Bender, science was more than a technical discipline — it was an adventure story. That's what his daughter, Dr. Leslie Bender, of Baltimore, recalls about her dad, who died Saturday at the age of 78....
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterCarving a great pumpkin for Halloween takes a lot of time and effort but one women shows it can be done. Lizz Radican, an Indiana University graduate student, uses pottery tools to carve the orange gourds into Halloween pictures. As one might expect,...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- Tramelle Sturgis often walked into The Patch Store and R&M Snack Shack in the westside neighborhood where he lived every day. Adline Wigfall Jones, owner of The Patch, remembers that Tramelle came into her store many times. "I remember him...
Tags: Human Interest
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