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  • Group aims to define region
    NORTH MANCHESTER – It’s on the second floor of Manchester University’s Administration Building, along a 125-year-old corridor that’s currently closed off to most of the public.
  • Free health screenings available
    Free health screenings will be available today at Brown Mackie College. The no-cost evaluations will be available from 4 to 6 p.m. at the college’s campus at 3000 E.
  • 3 local businesses get recycling honors
    Three businesses were recognized Wednesday at the annual Excellence in Recycling Awards luncheon.
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5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Tuesday, Nov. 19

Here are a few of the local stories that will be talked about today.

1. THE QUIET REVOLUTION

Allen County Public Library moves past concept of silent 'book warehouse'

2. PREP FOOTBALL PEAK PERFORMERS OF THE WEEK

The wait is over. Here are the Prep Football Peak Performers of the Week winners.

3. BAE MOVE TO SHIELD 1,100 CITY JOBS

Local, state incentives aid $39 million plant

4. BILLS NONSTOP IN DEBT SCAM

Frank Gray advises residents to hang up on bogus bill collectors.

5. HUNTINGTON EGG BIZ HATCHES

Echo Lake to supply 2 breakfast food factories it owns

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