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  • Public asked for ideas on Lincoln Way West and Western Avenue Corridors

    The Mayor's office needs your help. They are holding planning workshops to generate ideas for the Lincolnway West and Western Avenue corridors.The workshopswill include presentations of market analyses and preliminary concepts, will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 23. They will hold them atthe Charles Martin Youth Center to focus on theLincolnway West Corridor, and the Charles Black Recreation Center,to focus on the Western Avenue Corridor. The Western Avenue workshop will also include a S...

  • NSC teams will join the Northern Indiana Conference

    Last August FOX 28 broke the story that the Northern State Conference would be dissolving and 4 teams would be looking for a new home. Wednesday night, Bremen, Glenn, Jimtown and New Prairie have found their league. The four remaining teams will join the big boys of the Northern Indiana Conference for the 2015-16 season. That means the 9 NIC teams will now have 13. There are still a lot of details for most of the sports, but we have learned that at least football will be split in 2 divisio...

  • St. Mary's College is offering something new

    St. Mary's college is offering something new. A master's of science program in speech pathology.The program was announced Wednesday at a dedication of the new Judd Leighton Speech and Language Clinic on the campus. That clinic opened up this past fall, thanks to a one million dollar grant, which also helped support the new master's program. The chair of the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders says the addition of the clinic and program is exciting for Northern Indiana. "We have...

  • South Bend to consider comprehensive smoking ban

    South Bend is considering a comprehensive smoking ban ordinance that would prevent people from smoking in any indoor business, including bars and clubs.

  • Water Protection Working Group searching for solutions to contaminated water problem

    You shouldn't have to think twice when you're drinking water from your tap, but for many in Granger and other areas of St. Joe County it isa constant concern. Health experts have found high levels of nitrates in water drawn from wells. A group has been working to help solve the problem. It's called the Drinking Water Protection Working Group. They met Wednesday to discuss the problem. Notre Dame Emeritus Professor of Biology Ronald Hellenthal is a member of the group. "It's not a simple thing...

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