Lane restrictions to begin Monday.
The equivalent of 16 full-time employees will work at the medical plaza when it opens, with more expected in the future.
As of today, Fort Wayne households had a mail participation rate of 55 percent, 5 percent above the national average.
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Precision Soya announced today it has withdrawn from a joint business venture with Louis J. Schweigert and North-Gro of Cuba City, Wis., known as GRO Alliance.
Purdue University officials on Tuesday announced they have used deferred hiring, budget cuts to operations and facility maintenance, and energy conservation initiatives to return $45.47 million to state government as called for by Gov. Mitch Daniels.
“We’ll have a vibrant mix of entertainment, with dynamic new acts that will appeal to a large audience, as well as some traditional favorites,” said Director Moll.
Voters who have moved since the last election must update their information by this deadline.
“Credit for the 23rd Annual Bishop’s Appeal all goes to Bishop D’Arcy,” said Harry W. Verhiley, director of the diocesan Development Office in charge of the annual campaign.
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The Parkview Field concourse has become a popular place for residents to walk. A lap around the ballpark equates to one-third of a mile.
To enhance their learning, Trine will provide Lakeland New Tech students access to its advanced laboratory facilities in Fawick Hall, the Aerospace Engineering building, Best Hall of Science and the Trine North Technology Center.
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Bishop Emeritus John M. D'Arcy will preside at Easter Sunday Mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.
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All employees of the Fort Wayne and Allen County communications departments will become employees of the Consolidated Communications Partnership.
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More than 12,490 consumers from more than 30 states have pre-registered for the outlet sale as of 3:00 p.m. on March 23, 2010.
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"Today, I’m signing this reform bill into law on behalf of my mother, who argued with insurance companies even as she battled cancer in her final days."
There were also adjustments made to the length of the school day for students and teachers at all levels.
Collins was singled out by the committee from a field of six finalists because of her work as a campus and community leader in service to those in need.
"This year, and in years to come, we have a solemn responsibility to do it right."
A group called the Coordinating Committee, Burmese American Community of Fort Wayne has sent this letter to Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry:
Indiana State Police said nearly $10,000 dollars were found in the trunk.
The Indiana Department of Transportation Fort Wayne District has scheduled a public hearing for the proposed design plans for added travel lanes on Indiana 14 at West Hamilton Road.
Bridge work will be done over the Maumee River.
Novae Corp. will invest more than $3.4 million to purchase, renovate and equip an 88,000-square-foot facility to grow its Sure-Trac Enclosed trailer division.
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“We love the idea of connecting all of Fort Wayne to a better quality of life,” said Pat Miller, co-founder of Vera Bradley.
City Utilities crews have completed repair work of the water main break on Taylor Street and the street has reopened.
The teachers have scheduled a meeting at Anthis Career Center on Wednesday.
Troopers will work the entire stretch of the Indiana Toll Road from Illinois to Ohio.
The $2 million contribution is the second largest ever made to the university by an individual, and the university will recognize the generosity by naming the building the Wilfred Uytengsu, Sr. Center.
"I am reminded again that our community conversation about tolerance and understanding must be an ongoing one."
He also has served as the chairman of the board of directors of the Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce, chairman of the annual fundraising campaign and board of directors for the United Way, and chairman of the Indiana Telephone Association, among other volunteer efforts.
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"Like this year's theme of 'Green Starts Here,' Fort Wayne's Great American Cleanup starts with volunteers like you who give just a few hours of time to make a noticeable difference in our community," Mayor Tom Henry said.
The Allen County Board of Commissioners today approved an agreement with White’s Residential and Family Services to operate a foster home for juveniles at Kryder House and to use Yoder House as a regional office for the non-profit agency.
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“Youth and young adults are self-medicating themselves with deadly mixtures of prescription drugs and alcohol”, said Huntington Police Chief S. Tom Emely.
“Marketing is one of the foundational building blocks of any successful business,” said Jim O’Donnell, professor of business and economics and Executive-in-Residence.
“Flood conditions can quickly overwhelm existing storm water drainage systems,” said INDOT Commissioner Michael W. Reed.
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For driver and pedestrian safety, Harrison Street between Jefferson Boulevard and the Botanical Conservatory parking lot will be closed to all traffic Wednesday, March 17 through May 14, weather permitting, to construct the walkway between the new Courtyard by Marriott and the Indiana Hotel.
The Fort Wayne District of the Indiana State Police will be looking for drunken drivers this weekend.
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"Fort Wayne Fire Department’s Fire Chief Pete Kelly would like to announce the promotions of seven firefighters to the rank of Lieutenant and one Lieutenant to the rank of Captain in the Operations Division."
"When we look at the gown that Jackie Kennedy wore 50 years ago, or the one that Mary Todd Lincoln wore more than a hundred years before that, it really takes us beyond the history books and the photographs, and it helps us understand that history is really made by real live people."
Solicitors implied they have an association with the Indiana State Police or other police agencies.
Certain employees of the Machining Division are eligible to receive services under the federal Trade Adjustment Assistance program.
Bob and Lisa Hathaway are in for a major makeover – to their home.
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He is the first president to come from the university in the organization’s 90-year history.
The focus is on best practices for eliminating job-related accidents and illnesses, and saluting those organizations for which safety is the number one workplace priority.
The high school lottery scheduled to take place Friday has been postponed as Fort Wayne Community Schools further investigates closing Elmhurst High School.
The board of directors of the Nonprofit Association of Northeast Indiana have voted to form a strategic alliance with the Northeast Indiana Nonprofit Alliance, a program of Leadership Fort Wayne, Inc.
This enforcement blitz is scheduled to coincide with Hoosier basketball tournaments and the St. Patrick’s Day holiday.
“Partnerships, such as the one represented among Ivy Tech, IndyGo, the Fairbanks Foundation and the federal government, are fueling critical improvements in facilities and programs at Ivy Tech campuses across the state,” Ivy Tech President Tom Snyder said.
“When you’re the best health commissioner in America, someone like the CDC is bound to notice," Gov. Mitch Daniels said.