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Walkers raise awareness of plight of city's homeless

 About a year and a half ago, Lasean Cole found himself alone with his three sons after his wife turned them over ...

Madants

Mad Ants fall in finals rematch

SANTA CRUZ, Calif. –This time there was no big lead followed by a heartbreaking end for the Mad Ants to watch. In ...

Schools

Censure looming at EACS

East Allen County Schools board member Arden Hoffman knows he can be direct. He’s been told he’s disrespect ...

Middle schoolers serve by mentoring

“Crisscross, applesauce,” Lincoln Elementary second-grade teacher Amy Tapp told her students sitting on the carpet. She had been reading a book to them and the simple phrase got them sitt ...

Abducted women tell of hope, horror

Amanda: I can’t believe my mom is dead. I’ve been chained up as a prisoner in this house since I was kidnapped almost three years ago. Now I see on the TV news that my mom has died withou ...

When you, pals need getaway

The intention is clear: You and some of your pals need a getaway. But as you try to align crazy schedules, you’re realizing that you can’t actually get too far away. This calls for a stay ...

Beyond fitness clothes

WASHINGTON – Just days after Under Armour’s sponsored star golfer Jordan Spieth won the Masters, the sportswear giant was hefting its weight into a very different sports arena: the Boston ...

Pillie for clerk

Over the last 32 years, Sandy Kennedy has come to exemplify what Fort Wayne citizens want in a city clerk. As her reputation for integrity and efficiency grew, she became so politically formidable sh ...