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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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Chad Ryan| The Journal Gazette
A worker from Creative Sign Resources works on replacing a section of the rotating Sunbeam Bread sign Monday on top of the downtown Aunt Millie's Bakery on Pearl Street.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Tuesday, Feb. 18

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

1. GLENBROOK OPEN AFTER ROOF FAILURE

A section of Glenbrook Square was closed Tuesday morning after what has been described as a roof failure that happened about 2 a.m.

2. SNOWY MOUNDS NO RELIEF AT WHEEL

Frank Gray describes the problems associated with the huge mounds of snow piled up by plows.

3. IPFW PROMOTES INTERIM ATHLETIC DIRECTOR TO TOP SPOT

Hartley Hutton becomes first woman in IPFW AD position.

4. GIRLS IN INDIA GET 2ND CHANCE

An area worship pastor talks about the home and school for homeless young girls his father organized in India.

5. ACTIVIST COLLECTS TAPESTRY HONOR

Patsy Dumas named recipient of the 2014 Dedication Award on Monday.

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