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County school officials' pay lags

Together, Allen County’s four school districts make up one of the biggest employers in the area, but salaries for ...

Indiana

Legislators refocus on education

INDIANAPOLIS – Republicans began the year labeling the 2015 General Assembly the “education session.” ...

Local

'Cheap sleeps' necessity for some

Call them low-rate hotels, but for many people, they are a last resort. This month, the upper level of the Relax Inn and ...

'Cheap sleeps' necessity for some

Call them low-rate hotels, but for many people, they are a last resort. This month, the upper level of the Relax Inn and Suites was condemned after an outside stairway collapsed. Upon further inspecti ...

IS thought behind Afghan bank bombing

KABUL – A suicide bomber who attacked in eastern Afghanistan on Saturday is believed to have been sent on behalf of the Islamic State. If the claims are verified, the attack will mark the first ...

Zoo's 2nd boss in 50 years, Jim Anderson keeps goals real

For the scheduled 10 a.m. meeting inside the guest services building, Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo executive director Jim Anderson pops through a rear door carrying a pen and a legal pad. Wear ...

Hispanic Chamber celebrates 25 years

Like many millennials, Jessica Montalvo embraces technology. So when the 34-year-old Fort Wayne native wanted to launch a small retail business two years ago, she turned to the Internet. Flairwar ...

Vote of confidence

If results from 2011 municipal elections are any indication, fewer than 13 percent of Allen County’s registered voters will go to the polls May 5.  But don’t blame Beth Dlug, the ...