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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 ...

Wolcottville spot rocks burgers

When I venture to small towns in the area to check out places I hear are good, I often find out they are simply good comparatively given the few options those small towns have. When comparing these &l ...

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 ...

Average CEO pay 200 times of staff

Earlier this month, the Securities and Exchange Commission approved a rule that will require companies, starting in 2017, to disclose a simple calculation: At what multiple is the chief executives&rsq ...

Area embodies the potential presented by Regional Cities

Two figures tell the importance of northeast Indiana’s Regional Cities bid: 0.7 percent and 2.1 percent The first is the annual growth rate the 11-county region can expect if it continues at its ...

Editorial shot at NRA far off mark

In the Aug. 25 editorial, “Wide of the mark, Pence needlessly injects politics into Guard training” (August 25) The Journal Gazette shows a willful ignorance of the facts about the Nation ...