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City tweaking plans for river

A promenade, docks and maybe some green space or public art are projects that could begin as early as next spring a ...

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The Landing redo field trimmed to 3

A local group is one of three finalists being considered to develop The Landing, a one-block historic stretch of downtow ...

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Hurricane's havoc changed local lives

It was 10 years ago as of Saturday. Kathleen Alter, the former director of the Three Rivers Festival, was in her fourth ...

Sports-car dreams fulfilled at Coliseum

The parking lot at Memorial Coliseum looked and smelled like a lot like a race track Saturday morning. Orange cones dotted the lot adjacent to Coliseum Boulevard, and the smell of motor oil and burnt ...

Resilient New Orleans remembers

NEW ORLEANS – The residents of the city nearly destroyed by floods caused by Hurricane Katrina marked the 10-year anniversary of the catastrophe the only way they know how – with song, da ...

Digging their time in the garden

Some longtime local gardeners share their gardening efforts, as well as a glimpse of their hands and gardens. Billy Gross Age: 58 Time as gardener: Gardening since 1998. Gross says his dad, who died i ...

Extra demands on nurses

Some local nurses are being asked or assigned to work longer than their scheduled 12-hour shifts – contrary to recommended practice, but hospitals say it is rare and happens only when there is n ...

SHOWING INITIATIVE

Rick Sherck was sitting in his office in Albion discussing the Regional Cities Initiative a few hours before northeast Indiana’s final proposal was unveiled. You might have expected the executiv ...