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News ReporterA bad crop combined with less acreage means grocers and food makers are concerned about the quantity and pricing of this year’s peanut crop. A massive drought in the southwest and southeast has killed the peanut crop in many spots, which means...
While Michigan pumpkin growers may be experiencing a banner year for the fall crop, other parts of the country will struggle to meet demand. This summer, Hurricane Irene destroyed hundreds of pumpkin patches in the Northeast, and that’s now...
Tags: Pumpkin, Jimmy Spencer, Farms, Halloween, Hurricane Irene (2011)
Petoskey High School students, Liz Webb, 16, and Jana Tahtinen, 17, gave up sleep Thursday night in exchange for bargains. The girls began their Black Friday shopping at 11:30 p.m., Thursday at Meijer. They then slept for about two hours before getting...
MISHAWAKA – Check your grocery store bills lately? You are paying more for the basics and an Indiana Farm Bureau study found prices have steadily climbed all year. The reason: fuel costs. So WSBT decided to shop around to see what prices look like...
Tags: Milk, Apples, Farms, White Bread, Chicken
SOUTH BEND – The St. Joseph County Prosecutor filed charges against two babysitters accused of using a 2-year-old to steal alcohol at a local store. Danielle Howey is charged with felony theft and false informing and Benjamin Sim is charged with...
An Indiana grocery chain has plans to get your business by cutting prices. Marsh Supermarkets are rolling out a new program: "good until" pricing. The "good until" pricing lasts about three months at a time and will change about four times a year....
Tags: Prices, Marsh Supermarkets Inc., Breads
People in a Berrien County town are considering cutting back on water after learning their water bills could go up more than 50 percent. Benton Harbor city officials say they have no choice because the city is about to take a major hit to their bottom...
Tags: Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
SOUTH BEND — A Mishawaka woman has been charged with 10 counts of prescription fraud for allegedly obtaining drugs illegally while working at a local doctor’s office. Shannon Wiebold, 31, allegedly called in prescriptions for the painkiller...
Tags: Vicodin (drug), Crimes, Corporate Crime, Fraud, Trials
The shopping frenzy may be starting to die down but several people were up early Friday morning to find the best Black Friday deals. Some stores opened before midnight hoping to bring in customers. Kmart and Meijer were open all day on Thursday. Best Buy...
Tribune reporterHere’s a scary factoid from the folks at Meijer, the Midwest grocer: 58 percent of the 1,300 Midwesterners surveyed by the supermarket last month said “they don’t feel they eat enough fruit or enough vegetables.” The reasons?...
Deborah Tribble remembers what it was like to be a single mother, struggling to clothe her four children during the cold winter months. Now married and with three of her children fully grown, the winter isn't the stressful time it once was, but she...
Tags: File Sharing, Religion and Belief, Charity
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