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  • Road restrictions for Sept. 17, 2014
    BROBST ROAD Closed between Edgerton and Dawkins roads through Sept. 26. ROUSSEY ROAD Closed between Edgerton and Dawkins roads through Oct. 1.
  • Company invests $15 million on ex-Target
    A dead retail location has been given a lifeline.Lifeline Data Centers will invest $15 million to convert the former south-side Target into a technology storehouse. The retailer closed in 2005.
  • Council pares request for Legacy funds
    Mayor Tom Henry’s administration won’t get everything it asked for from the Legacy Fund.During its meeting Tuesday, the Fort Wayne City Council amended the administration’s $2.2 million request to $1.
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Allen County Superior Court judges, from left, John Surbeck, Frances Gull, Craig Bobay and Stanley Levine announce their bids for re-election.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Wednesday, Jan. 15

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

1. WEDNESDAY IS FOOD DAY IN THE JG LIVING SECTION

Read the latest restaurant news and area food events in THE DISH and cook interviews and recipes in COOK'S CORNER.

2. AG SHOW LURES EARLY RISERS

Fort Wayne Farm Show starts today in Memorial Coliseum.

3. NEW 911 CALL CENTER READY TO GO

Allen County-Fort Wayne 911 call center opens Feb. 4

4. TINCAPS CHOOSE AUSSIE AS MANAGER

Ex-catcher, 29, spent 10 seasons in minors

5. PC SOFTWARE FREE FOR BLIND

Local company's screen readers help MS Office users

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