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  • Council OKs downtown tattoo business, ADA transition plan

    SOUTH BEND -- The Common Council voted 9-0 Monday in favor of a petition to operate a tattoo and body-piercing business downtown. The petitioner, David Martin, a visual and tattoo artist and owner of Bicycle Gallery, 127 W. Washington St., intends to...
  • 'Duke' of Cass heading college foundation board

    'Duke' of Cass heading college foundation board
    The Duke of Cassopolis. Wellington “Duke” Jones III, of Cassopolis, was recently elected president of the Southwestern Michigan College Foundation board of directors. Michael O’Neil, of Buchanan, was elected vice president. As everyone...
  • Hometown Secrets: The famous Michiana campaign stop by Senator Bobby Kennedy

    Hometown Secrets: The famous Michiana campaign stop by Senator Bobby Kennedy
    We are at the end of the election season, and so far our area hasn't received a visit from any of the presidential candidates. But over the last 130 years we have seen our share of campaign stops. According to the Center for History, one of the...
  • 1st Source Bank at center of phishing scam

    1st Source Bank at center of phishing scam
    We’ve got a warning about a local bank scam. It involves 1st Source Bank. Public Relations Officer Angie Dvorak tells WSBT some people have received recorded phone calls, with the calls claiming to be from 1st Source Bank. In some cases, the...
  • A wonderful ride: 100-year-old manual elevator and operator are replaced

    A wonderful ride: 100-year-old manual elevator and operator are replaced
    An elevator in one of South Bend's downtown historic buildings is being upgraded. This wouldn't normally be news except the elevator is almost 100 years old – and it is run by a person. When you walk into the 1st Source Building at 205 Jefferson...
  • A partnership to celebrate: ND honored for its role in community

    A partnership to celebrate: ND honored for its role in community
    SOUTH BEND -- Telling the story of a local man who provided a place for Notre Dame's founder, Father Edward Sorin, to stay when he arrived to the area in 1842, Notre Dame's current president, the Rev. John I. Jenkins, described the beginning of what he...
  • Mishawaka man sentenced for 2007 bank robbery

    Mishawaka man sentenced for 2007 bank robbery
    SOUTH BEND -- A 50-year-old Mishawaka man will spend nearly six years in federal prison for his role in a 2007 bank robbery. Timothy Johnson, who was indicted by a grand jury last November for his role in the robbery, was sentenced to 70 months in prison...
  • Phone scam adding to Michiana targets

    Phone scam adding to Michiana targets
    The hits just keep on coming. What began on Sunday with phone scammers dialing up 1st Source Bank customers phishing for personal credit card and PIN number information continued into Monday and Tuesday. "Automatic calls are still being made by...
  • Phone scam targets 1st Source clients

    SOUTH BEND -- The phone rings and the voice on the other end sounds automated. And legitimate. "This is an official notification from 1st Source Bank informing you that your MasterCard has been deactivated for security reasons," the voice says. "Please...
  • SCAM ALERT: Don't get tricked into giving up your MasterCard number

    SCAM ALERT: Don't get tricked into giving up your MasterCard number
    WSBT has been inundated with calls and emails from viewers about a phone scam that is targeting their cellphones. It's a robo-call claiming to be from 1st Source bank advising that your MasterCard has been deactivated.  It prompts you to press one to...
  • In ash tree killer, shades of a past blight

    In ash tree killer, shades of a past blight
    SOUTH BEND -- Aware that a 90-year-old American elm on the South Quad had, for some time, been dying, the University of Notre Dame, on Aug. 2, 1955, had Henry Moore, a South Bend tree surgeon, remove the 80-foot giant. Later that same week, the city of...