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7 hrs ago | Journal Gazette

Pets' best friend

The inability of cats and dogs to live together peacefully is a staple of children's cartoons, but people, as a rule, have a lot more trouble getting along.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

WANE-TV Fort Wayne

Leaders cut ribbon on shovel-ready business park in Allen County

The Allen County Board of Commissioners and local economic development officials cut the ribbon Tuesday on the $6.3 million shovel-ready Stonebridge Business Park in southwest Allen County, according to a news release sent out by the commissioners.

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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel

Fort Wayne NAACP leader says Michael Brown funeral inspiring, a renewal for action

The casket was black and gold. As they carried it from the church, pallbearers hoisted it to their shoulders, just as U.S. soldiers do for a fallen comrade.

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WFFT-TV Fort Wayne

WFFT In Chicago For Freedom To Marriage Hearing

The Federal Court hearing for Indiana's Freedom To Marriage takes place Tuesday morning in Chicago.

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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel

Supporters of 'modern' county government will need facts, not just promises

For years, Terry McDonald and Vince Buchanan were on the same side: As New Haven's mayor and Chamber of Commerce president, respectively, they worked together to promote the city's economy.

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Journalgazette.net

City of strivers

Immigration isn't just a national issue. As The Journal Gazette's Ron Shawgo reported Monday, an analysis by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs shows how much immigration already affects the Midwest in general and Indiana and Fort Wayne in particular.

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Related Topix: Terre Haute, IN, Immigration Reform, Fort Wayne, IN

Mon Aug 25, 2014

WANE-TV Fort Wayne

Community weighs in on downtown plans for homeless

No one really knows how many homeless people live in Allen County. Estimates range anywhere from 300 to almost 3,000, depending on how homelessness is defined.

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Journalgazette.net

High-stakes debate

The math is intriguing. Right now, there are seven Allen County councilmen, three who represent the county at large and four who each represent a large section of the county.

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Journalgazette.net

Immigrants fill aging void

If not for the wave of immigration last decade, some Indiana metropolitan areas would not have grown and others would have seen greater population losses, according to a recent study.

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Related Topix: Immigration Reform, US News, Illegal Immigration

Sun Aug 24, 2014

Daily Reporter

Plan for Allen Co.'s only natural lake a 'win-win'

A plan to transform Allen County's only natural lake from a rustic backwater into an upscale residential and recreational oasis has taken a U-turn - and nature lovers, at least, should be pleased.

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Journal Gazette

Streets clear again after flood spate

Evidence of Friday's flooding and late-night rain still remained in some areas, including a massive water pump in the middle of the Waynedale intersection of Fernwood Avenue and Dalevue Drive.

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Journalgazette.net

Years in city celebrated

August This week : Welcome Back to Campus. 50th Celebration special events every day, plus a special concert, all sponsored by Student Affairs September Sept.

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Journal Gazette

Black dirt, green thumb

Max L. Poorman has had a garden since he was 5 years old, he now is 91 years old! Max talks about his garden and things to remember if you are planning to start your own.

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Related Topix: Home Gardening, Home, New Haven, IN, Life, Food, Vegetables, Fort Wayne, IN

Sat Aug 23, 2014

The Republic

State Rep. Heuer resigns post after primary defeat

A northeastern Indiana lawmaker defeated in May's Republican primary by a social conservative has resigned from her seat to join a medical industry lobbying group.

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Journalgazette.net

Torrential rains swamp several roads

If you are interested in this story, you might be interested in others from The Journal Gazette.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

Fort Wayne News-Sentinel

Plans to improve Allen County's only natural lake hit a snag -- or do they?

Guests this week will be Deputy Mayor Karl Bandemer and City Councilman Tom Smith, who will discuss the past and future of Fort Wayne's "Legacy" fund.

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Indiana's NewsCenter

Income Tax Revenue Drop For Allen County On Course For Turnaround

Revenues figure to be off in the short term, but there's reason to believe help is on the way.

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Related Topix: US Politics, US News, Representative Marlin Stutzman, Republican, US House of Representatives, Fort Wayne, IN

Journal Gazette

Civic leader Gil Haynie dies

Gilmore S. Haynie Jr., a local attorney who was active in numerous civic efforts and remembered "as a steadying influence," died Thursday.

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Thu Aug 21, 2014

WANE-TV Fort Wayne

Previous mug shot of Michael Ladig courtesy the Allen County Sheriff's Department.

New Haven Police are asking for the public for help as they try to track down a man they said should be considered extremely dangerous.

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Journal Gazette

Free tax preparation results in record number of Allen County residents helped

FORT WAYNE, Ind. Today, United Way of Allen County announced record numbers for the 2013-2014 tax season.

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