SOUTH BEND — A soaring octagonal rotunda will be the first thing visitors see upon entering Four Winds Casino when it opens on the city's southwest side early next year.The rotunda's wooden decor will be reminiscent of black ash baskets traditionally made by members of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi, the local Indian tribe that owns and will operate the casino.
SOUTH BEND - When the Notre Dame Stadium/Campus Crossroads project officially opens on Sept. 2, there will be a new members-only private club operating on the fourth floor of the south building, O'Neill Hall. It's called the South Club, and it features a bar called Harper's Bar - the name honors Jesse Harper, Notre Dame football coach from 1913 to 1917.
SOUTH BEND â€” As the sun dimmed, a festive atmosphere prevailed among sky watchers Monday afternoon in downtown South Bend.A couple hundred people stopped by the St. Joseph County Public Library plaza to observe the Great American Eclipse, the first total solar eclipse across the United States since 1979.To safely watch the astronomical phenomenon, those who attended wore specially made eclipse glasses (the library gave away 350 free pairs in a matter of minutes) watched through homemade...
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Selecting a term
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