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South Bend's Brad Allen scattered four hits, struck out six and pitched all seven innings in a 5-0 shutout of Fort Wayne in the first game Thursday of a Midwest League baseball doubleheader. Comment?
South Bend Tribune File Photo/GENE KAISER Marge Dudeck and partner Paul Jones perform at the Round Oak Restaurant in Dowagiac in this 2006 Tribune file photo. Comment?
The local BMX star suffered a serious injury last August, when he fell 8 feet during a practice session and landed on his head. Comment?
Penn used bookend big innings to survive Adams, 11-3, and Mishawaka got solid pitching and sterling defense to post a 7-2 victory over Washington in opening-round play of Wednesday's Class 4-A South Bend baseball sectional. Comment?
D.C.S. hosted a job fair in South Bend Wednesday in hopes of recruiting qualified applicants to be caseworkers and supervisors. Comment?
The small company in a niche market sells equipment to attractions and facilities that race go-karts. It brought in $3 million a year in its heyday. Comment?
Alex Glenn crushed a pair of homers to help the South Bend Silver Hawks wallop Dayton, 9-1, on Monday morning in Midwest League action. Comment?
St. Joseph Superior Court Judge Jane Woodward Miller interrupted the deputy prosecutor as he discussed the slaying of 16-year-old Jhaelon Johnson to address the teenager who admitted to murdering him. Comment?
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg speaks during a press conference to announce a new mentoring initiative on Monday at the Charles Martin Youth Center in South Bend. Comment?
There are moments throughout every baseball season that define a team's character. Comment?
Tanner Rahier belted a two-out, three-run homer in the sixth inning to help Dayton claim a 3-1 victory in the second game of a doubleheader, helping the Dragons sweep South Bend in Minor League Baseball on Saturday. Comment?
People came out and enjoyed the 3rd annual Bike the Bend ride Sunday, May 20, 2012. Comment?
Blueberry pancakes were the beacon. But the clear, bluebird skies and balmy temperature helped to reel in well over 250 bicyclists for Tuesday's annual free breakfast, dining outside of downtown's LaSalle Grill to mark Michiana Bike to Work Week. Comment?
Many area schools see their rates go up, too. By KIM KILBRIDE South Bend Tribune A greater percentage of students who enter high school in Indiana are getting diplomas. Comment?
Kristy Robinson admits she is more likely to text at a stoplight when she's running late. Comment?
Living in the moment will take care of the future. More than a new approach to hitting or fielding, a demotion gave Carter Bell a new perspective on the way professional baseball works. Comment?
The overall rate for Indiana high schools increased to 88.3 percent in 2012 from 86.6 percent in 2011. Comment?
The Indiana Department of Education released a list of schools receiving the 4-Star designation for 2013, including many local ones. Comment?
Nearly 25 years ago, Kent Dennis was a man in need of a job. So he created his own company. Comment?
Motorists who use Indiana 23 in the northeast part of the city might have to find a new route beginning next week. Comment?