South Bend apartment residents upset over sudden rent increase

Sat Aug 24 20:53:05 PDT 2019

South Bend apartment residents upset over sudden rent increase

Residents at Western Manor Apartments in South Bend say new owners acted too quickly, and now, they may have to leave.

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