After serving as a Navy veteran in World War II, 94-year-old Stanley J. Jurek of South Bend was surprised and honored on Sunday with the “Hero Award” by Homes for Heroes for his long and dedicated service.
With many trick or treaters already wearing a mask as part of their costumes, the Halloween tradition comes with some built-in COVID precautions. Local health officials say there are other factors to consider before going out to trick or treat.
Teenagers are often overlooked in the foster care system. But they deserve a chance to have a bright future. Fifteen-year-old Sean is looking forward to getting a job and being part of a permanent family who likes to play games.
Terry knew Joe long before he was mayor, Lt. Governor, and Governor. When Terry was fifteen, Joe and Maggie Kernan bought the home across the alley from his family's home in Harter Heights neighborhood on South Bend's Northeast side.
During the town hall, members of the South Bend Youth Council, along with students from St. Joseph and Penn High Schools, shared their perspectives on critical issues and how those issues have affected them.
The South Bend Common Council is hoping the Medicare for All Act and the The Health Care Emergency Guarantee Act can bring some aid to our area.
Two weeks after the council tabled the decision on police raises, they discussed a resolution to acknowledge the need for the city and the police department to quickly implement police reforms.