Beginning immediately, the ACSPCA will no longer charge fees when people surrender animals to the non-profit animal shelter.
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“People of West Central have known for decades that this is a truly great old house neighborhood in Fort Wayne,” said John Simerman, president of the West Central Neighborhood Association, “and we are so honored to now have the national recognition to prove it.”
He gave more than 60 years of service to the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend.
Mosier will oversee the college’s Fort Wayne campus, as well as the learning sites located in Angola, Ashley, Berne, Bluffton, Columbia City, Decatur, Huntington, Kendallville, LaGrange and Monroe.
The program honors the top companies in the state, as determined through employer reports and comprehensive employee surveys.
“We have two small kids so there’s a lot of Spongebob on in our house, so we hadn’t heard about it on the news until this week," Lori White said.
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“Though many of our students come from families that have their own needs, it is always heartwarming to see their generosity in helping others,” Superintendent Dr. Wendy Robinson said.
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“Sally was the boss of Sea Lion Beach,” said Central Zoo Area Manager Shelley Scherer. “She had lots of personality. We’ll definitely miss her.”
Sgt. Ted Knafel reminds motorists to have their driver’s license and vehicle registrations readily available when entering the checkpoint to minimize the amount of time that they are delayed.
Text of remarks by Sen. Evan Bayh, who announced Monday he would not seek a third term:
Current road conditions within the Fort Wayne District of the Indiana State Police, which includes Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, Wells and Whitley Counties, are as follows:
The Allen County Highway Department and Sheriff’s Department report driving conditions along county highways have improved to the point that the advisory can be lifted at this time.
"Jerry has been a guiding force for United Way for more than 13 years and we will miss his leadership, dedication and friendship," board Chairman Ron Turpin said.
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Bolt could now be selected amongst nine other Indiana Conservation Officers in the State to receive the Pitzer Outstanding-Officer-of-the-Year Award for 2009.
Allen County officials are sending out a reminder about the County's winter weather event policy in light of the winter storm warning issued by the National Weather Service in effect from midnight tonight through Wednesday evening.
Friday’s Weekender in The Journal Gazette is packed with movie reviews and things to do in Fort Wayne and the region. Here is a taste.
"We have an opportunity to say welcome to new jobs and business development through the creation of a one-stop shop for growth."
"This day was set aside as a non-student day when the calendar was established last year and is not connected to the Super Bowl. "
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“As we continue to be successful in increasing our enrollment, we also need to be successful in meeting the challenges that come with growth,” said President Arthur Snyder.
“The board has reviewed the current and future funding situation and it is extremely serious,” board President Mark GiaQuinta said.
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The majority of photos, including the cover, were taken near the Old Barn at Salomon Farm Park.
Until now, Hoosiers had to travel out of state to purchase Mega Millions tickets.
“We know this won't be easy, but we want to be at the forefront of this nationwide reform and create some of the best schools in the country,” FWEA Executive Director Steve Brace said.
There will be trained tax preparation specialists on site to assist with filing and answer questions.
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Friday’s Weekender in The Journal Gazette is packed with things to do in Fort Wayne and the region, including where to get the best french fries in town, movie reviews, comics and advice columns. Here’s a taste.