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TinCaps' home streak ends at 17 straight

We knew it couldn't last forever, but the TinCaps' 17-game home win streak was must-see TV.


Sale ordered for Wells Fargo site

An Allen County judge puts the Wells Fargo Indiana Center into foreclosure.

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Survey: Generation LOL most irked by grammar, spelling slips

Typos and other mistakes in text messages annoy young people, according to a poll.

New faces will guide charter to renewal

Leadership changes have been made at Timothy L. Johnson Academy in an attempt to keep the school open into the new year. Longtime board member Ian Rolland, retired chairman and CEO of the Lincoln Nati ...

Big Easy tells tale of 2 realities

NEW ORLEANS – Talking about New Orleans a decade after Hurricane Katrina, people here often reach for the Biblical, describing an economic and cultural resurrection. Today is the 10th anniversar ...

Migrant deaths spur call for EU overhaul

LONDON – The deaths en masse of scores of migrants on land and at sea prompted fresh calls Friday for Europe to overhaul the way it responds to a never-before-seen influx of men, women and chil ...

Prep school grad cleared of rape

CONCORD, N.H. – A graduate of an exclusive New England prep school was cleared of rape but convicted Friday of lesser sex offenses against a 15-year-old freshman girl in a case that exposed a t ...

improving your home

Whether you’ve just bought a new home or you’re looking to refresh your familiar abode, chances are good you have a laundry list of home-improvement projects. With so much to do, projects ...

Women's business center in works

The Northeast Indiana Innovation Center has received a $150,000 grant from the Small Business Administration to establish a statewide women’s business center to be called the Women’s Econo ...

Not all Katrina's scars are visible - or negative

Between my eyes, now mostly covered by a wrinkle acquired by age, is a small crescent-shaped scar.  I got it in early September 2005, when a steel lock case on a door attached to a dark and damag ...