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March 17th, 2014
SOUTH BEND, Ind. â€“ The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces periodic 15 minute complete closures of U.S. 31, between Kern Road and Jackson Road in South Bend, Tuesday, March 18 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
DONALDSON â€” The clay bowls handcrafted by the community helped raise money for local hunger relief Saturday.
For more on this story, check out today's Pilot News.
LAPAZ/LAKEVILLE â€” The Union North School Board will meet Thursday to open bids on new school buses.
For more on the recent meeting, check out today's Pilot News.
DONALDSONâ€” A benefactor has provided a $1 million plus gift to the college in response to another donor's pledge to match up to $875,000.
Find out about the details about this gift in today's Pilot News. Not a subscriber? Print and e-edition subscriptions are available. Call 574-936-3101 to subscribe.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Marshall County Board of Aviation Commissioners are moving ahead with plans to install an Automated Weather Observation System.
Find out what this is all about in today's Pilot News.
LAPAZ â€” The family affect by Tuesday's house fire suffered the loss of their home, personal belongings, and family pets including beloved pitbull, Betty Lou and several cats. The family members were treated and released for smoke inhalation include Jenn Kaser and grandmother Mary Batcho.
Batcho's son-in-law Stanley Kaser is currently still being treated for smoke inhalation and throat issues at Memorial Hospital of South Bend. Kaser is expected to be released soon. Kaser's wife MaryJo was not at home at the time because she had left shortly before for work.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Students got another snow day, county and city crews hit the streets with snow plows again,some residents lost power and others lost control of their cars.
Read all about the effects on the Wednesday's storm in today's Pilot News.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” A two-hour delay to the start of school has been announced for Plymouth, Argos, Culver, John Glenn, LaVille and Triton schools.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Incoming telephone lines to the Marshall County Sheriff's office which were reported to be out of service earlier this afternoon, have been repaired, according to an alert from the county.
911 calls were being routed to Kosciusko County until repairs could be made. For non-emergencies, call 952-3289.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals denied a couple's special use application to open a banquet hall on their property. Anumber of neighbors opposed the application.
Several other requests were granted, including approval to operate home -based businesses and a request to build an outdoor structure at Swan Lake Resort.
Details on all the action taken Tuesday night are included in today's Pilot News.