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  • Elkhart Board of Public Works condemns Ontwa Township's plan for water treatment facility

    Elkhart Board of Public Works condemns Ontwa Township's plan for water treatment facility

    The Elkhart Board of Public Works has been pushing for Ontwa Township to address the problems discovered after a late-2011 sewer collapse for nearly two-and-a-half years, and they are not any closer to being satisfied with the most recent plan. Michael Machlan, Elkhart Board of Works President, requested a denial of a wastewater treatment permit for Ontwa Township in a sternly-worded letter, where he claimed the township's management had shown "blatant disregard for environmental welfare."More >>
    The Elkhart Board of Public Works has been pushing for Ontwa Township to address the problems discovered after a late-2011 sewer collapse for nearly two-and-a-half years, and they are not any closer to being satisfied with the most recent plan. Michael Machlan, Elkhart Board of Works President, requested a denial of a wastewater treatment permit for Ontwa Township in a sternly-worded letter, where he claimed the township's management had shown "blatant disregard for environmental welfare."
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  • Man convicted of 2004 Lakeville murder caught after escaping from his cell

    Man convicted of 2004 Lakeville murder caught after escaping from his cell

    Philip Littler (St. Joseph County Police)Philip Littler (St. Joseph County Police)
    A man convicted of the 2004 homicide of his twin brother in Lakeville was caught by prison staff after he was reported missing from his cell. Philip Littler, 28, was apprehended by staff at the Pendleton State Correctional Facility after they reportedly found him on the roof of the administration building, just before 1:00am Wednesday morning. Officers located Littler after his cell was found empty during a routine security check.More >>
    A man convicted of the 2004 homicide of his twin brother in Lakeville was caught by prison staff after he was reported missing from his cell. Philip Littler, 28, was apprehended by staff at the Pendleton State Correctional Facility after they reportedly found him on the roof of the administration building, just before 1:00am Wednesday morning. Officers located Littler after his cell was found empty during a routine security check.
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  • Start of school means increased traffic control

    Start of school means increased traffic control

    Today was the first day of school for students in Penn-Harris-Madison and South Bend School Corporations and that means drivers have to start paying attention to school zone speeds again. Police will be out looking for speeders and distracted drivers as school starts up again. "There's a marked squad car right there...and they still don't slow down," Lieutenant Matt Blank of the St. Joseph County Police said.More >>
    Today was the first day of school for students in Penn-Harris-Madison and South Bend School Corporations and that means drivers have to start paying attention to school zone speeds again. Police will be out looking for speeders and distracted drivers as school starts up again. "There's a marked squad car right there...and they still don't slow down," Lieutenant Matt Blank of the St. Joseph County Police said.
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  • Quiet transition for Notre Dame track and Cross Country head coach

    Quiet transition for Notre Dame track and Cross Country head coach

    Photo Credit: University of Notre DamePhoto Credit: University of Notre Dame
    After coaching the Notre Dame Track and Cross Country teams for 26 seasons, Tim Connelly is no longer a coach for the Fighting Irish. Notre Dame Sports Information Director John Heisler said that after Joe Piane retired, the new coach had the ability to hire a new staff. Heisler said Connelly was not part of that plan.More >>
    After coaching the Notre Dame Track and Cross Country teams for 26 seasons, Tim Connelly is no longer a coach for the Fighting Irish. Notre Dame Sports Information Director John Heisler said that after Joe Piane retired, the new coach had the ability to hire a new staff. Heisler said Connelly was not part of that plan.
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  • Golson fights back for the Fighting Irish

    Golson fights back for the Fighting Irish

    It was the spring of 2013, Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson felt like he was on top of the world. He had just lead Notre Dame to the BCS National Championship game for the first time in school history and he was a lock to be the starter the following season.More >>
    It was the spring of 2013, Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson felt like he was on top of the world. He had just lead Notre Dame to the BCS National Championship game for the first time in school history and he was a lock to be the starter the following season.More >>
  • Notre Dame Players express their school pride during Media Day 2014

    Notre Dame Players express their school pride during Media Day 2014

    It was a strange dynamic at the annual media day at Notre Dame. Just four days after Notre Dame announced they are investigating four players for academic fraud players were out in full strength to show off their school pride.More >>
    It was a strange dynamic at the annual media day at Notre Dame. Just four days after Notre Dame announced they are investigating four players for academic fraud players were out in full strength to show off their school pride.
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