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  • New Prairie grad looks to make MLB as an umpire

    Marc Lindsey loves baseball so much, he is pursuing his dream of making it to the major leagues, but not as a player.The 2008 New Prairie grad is the man in blue, umpiring the game."[Umpires] are just like the players. We're trying to get to the show, but the one thing the players can do, if you have a big prospect, he can actually skip leagues," said Lindsey. "[Umpires] have to go to every single level and it's an 8-10 year process to be eligible to work Major League Baseball."Lindsey has um...

  • Councilman Derek Dieter calls for clearer Council policy on medical leave

    Officials say South Bend Common Councilman Henry Davis, Jr. is midway through his first week on medical leave, but the specifics of why he's out are unclear. He hasn't spoken publicly. Instead, all we have to go on is an email he sent the council president saying he needs to concentrate on his health. His request came a little over a week after his DUI arrest. Councilman Derek Dieter wants the full council to meet and clarify the leave of absence process.

  • New ownership and volunteers working to restore historic Eden Springs Park in Benton Harbor

    They call it a labor of love. A big piece of Michiana history, sat vacant for decades. Now, dedicated volunteers are working to bring it back to life.Eden Springs Park was opened by the House of David religious commune in 1908 and closed in the early 1970's. Until 2009 it was left to let nature take it over, until new owners said they couldn't let it happen.

  • Drinking water concerns for Granger and Gilmer Park addressed at a meeting Wednesday

    Nitrates, nicotine, deet, and other toxins were discovered in St. Joe County water in December 2013, following a year-long study. Northeast Granger and Gilmer Park on the south side of South Bend are the areas affected by the contamination. The county health department points to septic systems as the cause for the problem. A group of experts met Wednesday night just to lay-out the first steps in cleaning up the drinking water. St. Joe County's Environmental Health Director, Marc Nelson, says ...

  • Reviving The Park: A FOX28 Special Report

    They call it a labor of love. A big piece of Michiana history, sat vacant for decades. Now, dedicated volunteers are working to bring it back to life.

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