South Shore Line modifies train schedule amid coronavirus concerns

Faster South Shore service closer to becoming a reality

Indiana ranks among Top 10 friendliest states; Michigan in bottom half

South Bend Airport welcomes return of flights to metropolitan NY

A castle in Kentucky is throwing a party for Harry Potter’s birthday

Woman travels across country, writes inspirational stories

Passenger travel up 20 percent at South Bend International Airport

South Shore service to remain suspended Saturday, probable to resume Sunday

Severe Weather threat causes flight cancellations at South Bend Airport

Preparing for air travel with a pet

South Shore Line to temporarily bus passengers between two stations

What you need to know to streamline the summer flight process

New routes from SB International Airport start Thursday

South Shore upgrades: Passengers will have to take a bus to catch the train

New law allows Florida beachfront property owners to kick visitors off the beach

South Shore Railroad projects not rated yet in federal budget blueprint

Accident on U.S. 20 bypass involving semi causes fuel spill

Elkhart Travel Plaza to close for upgrades

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