Food Bank of Northern Indiana releases mobile food distribution schedule, Sept. 2-4

first_imgIndianaLocalNews During distributions, fresh, perishable items are offered free of charge on first come, first served basis.Food is distributed drive-thru style, so stay in your vehicle and pop open your trunk to receive your items. An area will be available to load items if your trunk does not open. By Brooklyne Beatty – August 28, 2020 0 499 Google+ Facebook (Photo supplied/Food Bank of Northern Indiana) The Food Bank of Northern Indiana has released its mobile food distribution schedule for the week of August 31.Wednesday, September 2, 2020 – Kosciusko County10 a.m. – Noon EDTWHERE:  Kosciusko County Fairgrounds, 1400 E. Smith Street, (Front Parking Lot), Warsaw, IN 46580 Pinterest WhatsApp Food Bank of Northern Indiana releases mobile food distribution schedule, Sept. 2-4 WhatsApp Friday, September 4, 2020 – Elkhart County10 a.m. – Noon EDTWHERE: Concord Mall, 3701 S. Main Street (by Carson Pirie Scott), Elkhart, IN 46517 TAGSdistributionElkhart CountyfoodFood Bank of Northern IndianafreeKosciusko CountymobileSt. Joseph County Pinterest Twitter Twitter Facebook Thursday, September 3, 2020 – St. Joseph County3 p.m. – 5 p.m. EDTWHERE: Food Bank of Northern Indiana, 702 Chapin Street, South Bend, IN 46601 Google+ Previous articleDog food recall over salmonella concernsNext articleSouth Bend man sentenced to 4+ years for mail fraud, identity theft Brooklyne Beattylast_img read more

Fire Departments plan annual bell ringing event for 9-11

first_img WhatsApp WhatsApp Twitter Previous article$1.8 milion in grants being used to connect South Bend students to the internetNext articleLabor leader: State of Indiana unions is strong Tommie Lee Facebook Facebook By Tommie Lee – September 9, 2020 0 400 CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Pinterest Photo by Tommie Lee, 953 MNC. An annual bell-ringing to commemorate September 11th will happen virtually this year.Friday morning at 9 a.m. the Clay Fire Territory, South Bend and Mishawaka Fire Departments will come together at St. Patrick’s Couty Park.Due to COVID-19 the public are being asked not to attend in person, but will be able to see the ceremony on the St. Joseph County Parks Facebook Page. Fire Departments plan annual bell ringing event for 9-11 Google+ Pinterest Google+ Twitterlast_img read more

Notre Dame Police develop equity statement

first_img Pinterest Twitter Notre Dame Police develop equity statement Google+ WhatsApp Twitter Previous articleU of M QB opts out, seeks transferNext articleSouth Indiana prosecutors help take down huge drug cartel run out of Tijuana Mexico Tommie Lee WhatsApp By Tommie Lee – September 16, 2020 2 286 IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Facebook Google+ (Photo supplied/Notre Dame press release) The Notre Dame Police Department has released an equity in policing report written in collaboration with black students at the University.NDPD says they received requests for a report from students, faculty, staff and alumni. According to The Observer the report acknowledges the role played by the Notre Dame Police in the criminal justice system and the role law enforcement has played in the “dehumanization, oppression, and the infringement of basic civil and human rights of people” in the US.The report pledged to hold NDPD accountable, and detailed a series of new and existing initiatives, including the use of cameras, to prevent systemic racism. Facebook Pinterestlast_img read more

Red Cross asking for volunteers, donations in response to Hurricane Delta

first_img Facebook Red Cross asking for volunteers, donations in response to Hurricane Delta TAGSAmerican Red CrossblooddonationsHurricane DeltaIndianavolunteers Twitter Pinterest Facebook Pinterest Twitter By Brooklyne Beatty – October 9, 2020 0 350 center_img WhatsApp American Red Cross. (PRNewsFoto/American Red Cross) The American Red Cross is looking for volunteers to help with the aftermath of Hurricane Delta.Since June, more than 100 Indiana Region volunteers have stepped up to respond to disasters, including the derecho in Iowa, major hurricanes and tropical storms, and wildfires in the west.Hurricane Delta has caused states of emergency to be declared in Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi. Some areas are especially vulnerable as they are still recovering from previous hurricane damage.The Indiana Region of the American Red Cross has fast-tracked its Disaster Action Team (DAT) training. New volunteers can now quickly learn basic response and recovery skills, and be ready to deploy to a disaster location.Volunteers should be willing and able to:Accept a two-week deployment;Live in a communal space (i.e., a shelter); andWork 12 hours per day, 6-7 days each week.Those interested in volunteering should visit redcross.org/volunteertoday or call (888) 648-1441.Other ways to help include sending donations, which can be done by visiting redcross.org, calling 800-RED-CROSS or texting the “REDCROSS”to 90999, or by scheduling an appointment to donate blood at redcross.org/blood. Red Cross can move donated blood around the country to wherever it’s needed most. IndianaLocalMichiganNationalNews Google+ Previous articleMan could face amended charges after beating victim diesNext articleFive arrested in Cass County drug bust Brooklyne Beatty WhatsApp Google+last_img read more

Poly-Sci Professor: President Trump will likely win Indiana, but with smaller victory than 2016

first_img Facebook By Network Indiana – November 2, 2020 2 428 IndianaLocalNews Facebook Google+ Google+ Poly-Sci Professor: President Trump will likely win Indiana, but with smaller victory than 2016 WhatsApp Previous articleLaGrange County woman never tested for COVID-19 receives notice she tested positiveNext articleOne person shot at Phillips 66 on Lincolnway West in South Bend Network Indiana Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter (“Trump, Pentagon leaders honor 9/11 victims” by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, CC BY 2.0) President Donald Trump will likely still carry Indiana Tuesday night. But, his victory in the Hoosier State may not be as large as it was four years ago.“I think Donald Trump’s still gonna carry Indiana. I think when Barrack Obama carried Indiana in 2008, it was kind of a fluke. However, it seems like the president’s standing has eroded all over the Midwest,” said Kyle Kondik, a political scientist at the University of Virginia.Kondik was a guest on WISH TV’s All INdiana Politics, and was brought in for some outside perspective on what Hoosier may do Tuesday.“Maybe the margin in Indiana is gonna be lower than 2015,” he said. Trump won the state by 20 points.Trump’s surrogate, Tony Samnuel, has predicted a 22 point victory for his boss. But, Kondik believes it will be lower and believes what is happening with the 5th Congressional District may be an indication.That district, which includes the northern suburbs of Indianapolis, is a toss-up between Republican Victoria Spartz and Democrat Christina Hale, to replace Susan Brooks, a Republican. The district has traditionally been Republican.“To the extent that the president underperforms in Indiana, the places you might see him erode the most include parts of Indiana 5, I think,” said Kondik. He believes that’s a reflection of what that kind of voter is thinking in the Midwest and to an extent, all over the country.“The president’s losing ground in a lot of different places, but particularly in highly-educated districts, like Indiana 5.”Over one and a half million Hoosiers have already voted, which is over half of the entire vote in 2016. Kondik believes it’s entirely possible that a winner for president won’t be decided by Wednesday morning.last_img read more

LaGrange County once again a “hippie-friendly” community

first_img Pinterest By Network Indiana – January 6, 2021 0 325 (95.3 MNC) For the first time in nearly 50 years, LaGrange county is once again a “hippie-friendly” community.The county has repealed a law from 1971 that county commissioner Dennis Kratz called their “anti-hippie ordinance.”The law blocked large gatherings that lasted more than 12 hours and involved more than 500 people, as a result of the 1969 Woodstock music festival in New York.The law was dropped as part of an effort to transfer LaGrange County laws into an electronically searchable format. As part of this process, many old laws, including the anti-hippie ordinance, are being dropped, as they no longer serve a practical purpose. Many of those laws were related to traffic and road signs that no longer exist.LaGrange County Attorney Kurt Bachman, who has been working on the project for three years, says many of the documents he read were more than 100 years old. Facebook Google+ Twitter WhatsApp Twitter LaGrange County once again a “hippie-friendly” community IndianaLocalNews WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Google+ Previous articleGeorgia Senate Runoffs: “Too Close To Call”Next articleEconomic impact off NCAA tourney expected to provide relief to COVID shaken Indiana economy Network Indianalast_img read more

Four people arrested on drug, weapons charges on U.S. 31 near Rochester

first_img By Jon Zimney – February 13, 2021 1 514 Google+ Twitter Facebook IndianaLocalNews WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Google+ Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp (Photo supplied/Fulton County Police) Four people were arrested on drug and weapons-related charges on U.S. 31 near Rochester.It was around 11:45 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 12 when Indiana State Police initiated a traffic stop on a Nissan Altima, on U.S 31 near State Road 25, for an unsafe lane movement.Jesse Reason led to the arrests of Anthony Brockington, 26, Jalen Davis, 26, Diarra Wright, 23, Morgan McClintock, 23, all from Anderson, IN.The Nissan was driven by Anthony Brockington, 26. While the trooper was speaking to Brockington, he allegedly smelled an odor of marijuana emitting from the Nissan. The trooper also noticed indicators that criminal activity might be afoot.During a search of the Nissan, officers purportedly found marijuana and two handguns. One of the handguns was reported stolen from Anderson. Further investigation revealed that Brockington was driving without a valid operator’s license.Brockington and a passenger, Morgan McClintock, 24, were arrested for possession of marijuana.Diarra Wright, 23, faces criminal charges for carrying a handgun without a license, possession of marijuana, and theft of a firearm.Jalen Davis, 26, faces charges for possession of marijuana, theft of a firearm, unlawful possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon and carrying a handgun without a license.All four were taken to the Fulton County Jail. Four people arrested on drug, weapons charges on U.S. 31 near Rochester Previous articleNotre Dame Women’s Basketball takes a pause due to COVID issuesNext articleDoctor: Your heart is actually capable of breaking Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.last_img read more

Indiana lawmakers to vote on whether to allow delivery robots

first_img Facebook Twitter By Network Indiana – March 10, 2021 0 236 Pinterest Previous articleSouth Bend Cubs hiring for the upcoming seasonNext articleNational Weather Service making enhancements to Severe Thunderstorm Warnings Network Indiana Google+ IndianaLocalNews Facebook Indiana lawmakers to vote on whether to allow delivery robots Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp (“Indiana State Capitol Building” by Drew Tarvin, CC BY 2.0) You’re a step closer to getting your next pizza delivery by robot:The Senate could vote next week to let delivery robots operate alongside pedestrians on streets and sidewalks. It’s not illegal now — Purdue has had robot deliveries for a couple of years. But the bill would explicitly make them legal.Delivery companies including Amazon and FedEx, and businesses including Pizza Hut, Walgreens, and AutoZone, use robot fleets to make immediate short-haul deliveries. The bots are about the size of a picnic cooler and move about as fast as you can walk, with sensors telling them when they need to back up or go around an obstacle.Purdue procurement manager Brett Decker says the giant mountains of plowed snow after last month’s storm stumped the robots, but they’ve otherwise operated problem-free. He says the bots have been overwhelmingly popular, with students able to have food or coffee waiting for them when they leave class or when they arrive for their next one.Jenna Knepper with the local government group AIM says cities and towns are “excited” about the robots, as long as they can set rules on things like where the robots are allowed to operate. The bill authored by Evansville Representative Holli Sullivan (R) would prohibit cities and towns from banning the robots entirely, limiting what they can carry, or regulating their design, but would allow other local rules.FedEx lobbyist Chris Mitchum says the bill is written broadly to allow new robot technologies, as long as they meet basic operating and safety standards.The House unanimously approved the bill last month. Twitter WhatsApplast_img read more

BBB seeks nominations for the 2021 Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics

first_img If you’re interested in nominating a business for the Better Business Bureau’s Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics, the process April 7.The awards are presented by the BBB’s Charitable and Educational Foundation, and the 16th annual event will be held at the Build A Better Business Conference in October.The nomination deadline is July 7.You can learn more about the 2021 Torch Awards by clicking here. Pinterest By Tommie Lee – April 6, 2021 0 89 BBB seeks nominations for the 2021 Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleMarshall County chooses not to extend mask mandateNext articleGoshen Health opens enrollment for five-month EMT course Tommie Lee Google+ IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Facebook Facebook Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Twitterlast_img read more

News story: Armed Forces’ contribution to the Royal Wedding announced

first_img Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle are pleased that members of the Armed Forces will play such a special role in their Wedding. The Military, and these units in particular, hold a great significance for Prince Harry and the couple are incredibly grateful for their support. The Ministry of Defence is pleased to confirm details of the contribution of members of the Armed Forces to the wedding of HRH Prince Henry of Wales and Ms Meghan Markle on 19 May 2018.Units that hold a special relationship with Prince Harry will provide ceremonial support at the wedding and during the carriage procession at the request of Kensington Palace. More than 250 members of the Armed Forces will perform ceremonial duties at the wedding.Members of the Household Cavalry will form a staircase party at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle as part of the wedding. The State Trumpeters and a Captain’s Escort from the Household Cavalry will also provide ceremonial support.Prince Harry joined The Blues and Royals in April 2016 and served with the Household Cavalry Regiment, undertaking two tours of Afghanistan and rising to the rank of Captain.Streets within the precincts of Windsor Castle will be lined by members of the Windsor Castle Guard from 1st Battalion Irish Guards, and by Armed Forces personnel from the following units:Royal Navy Small Ships and DivingPrince Harry is Commodore-in-Chief, Small Ships and Diving.Royal MarinesPrince Harry is Captain General Royal Marines, after succeeding the Duke of Edinburgh in the role in December 2017.3 Regiment Army Air CorpsPrince Harry served as an Apache Pilot in Helmand Province, Afghanistan with 662 Squadron, 3 Regiment Army Air Corps.The Royal Gurkha RiflesPrince Harry served with the 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles in Afghanistan in 2007.RAF HoningtonPrince Harry is Honorary Air Commandant of RAF Honington.Musical support to the street liners will be provided by the Band of the Irish Guards.Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach, Chief of the Defence Staff, said: A Kensington Palace spokesperson said:center_img I am proud that members of the Armed Forces have been asked to take part in the ceremonial celebrations taking place on the royal couple’s wedding day. It is a happy occasion for the whole country and reminds us of the role the Armed Forces play in marking important events in the life of the nation. I am particularly pleased to hear that members of the Armed Forces who have a close relationship with Prince Harry will be taking part. Servicemen and women from the Royal Navy, Army and Royal Air Force will all be honoured to offer their support.last_img read more