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Verbatim: Governor Holcomb Files for Reelection

Today, Governor Eric Holcomb officially filed his candidacy for reelection as Indiana’s governor, filing petition signatures from...

January 21, 2020 9:04 am

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Verbatim: IRC names Allen County's Sustainability Coordinator for prestigious award

The Indiana Recycling Coalition (IRC) named Jodi Leamon, Allen County Department of Environmental Management's (ACDEM) Sustainability...

January 21, 2020 8:52 am

Verbatim: Catholic Charities responds to family of Senate Avenue shooting

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend issued this news release today:

January 20, 2020 3:13 pm

Verbatim: Airport reports 10th consecutive year of growth

The Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority issued this news release today:

January 20, 2020 11:27 am

Verbatim: No. 4 UCSB beats No. 10 Purdue Fort Wayne

Purdue Fort Wayne Athletics issued the following news release today:

January 18, 2020 10:40 am

Verbatim: Lt. Gov. Crouch to announce manufacturing partnership

The office of Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch issued the following news release today:

January 18, 2020 9:53 am

Verbatim: Combined sewer overflow warning

The city for Fort Wayne issued the following news release today:

January 18, 2020 7:55 am

 Judge Nancy Eshcoff Boyer

Verbatim: Judge Boyer to retire from Superior Court

Allen Superior Court issued the following news release today:

January 16, 2020 7:43 am

Verbatim: Combined sewer overflow warning today

The following was released on Sunday, January 12, 2020:

January 12, 2020 7:02 am

  • Verbatim: Combined sewer overflow warning today
  • Verbatim: County offers sand, sandbags for residents affected by flooding
  • Verbatim: Sand available to protect homes
  • Verbatim: Combined sewer overflow warning
  • Verbatim: Lt. Gov. Crouch announces $12 million in grants
  • Verbatim: Nagel to run for coroner
  • Verbatim: Peters to file for reelection
  • Verbatim: Trine to launch Montessori teacher education program
  • Verbatim: Ash Brokerage returns to fully independent, closely held company
  • Verbatim: Felts Decides Not to Run in 2020
  • Verbatim: AG Curtis Hill releases preliminary report on Klopfer investigation, provides update on status of fetal remains
  • Verbatim: Combined sewer overflow warning today
  • Verbatim: Combined sewer overflow warning today
  • Verbatim: NIPSCO grants $10,000 to Community Harvest
  • Verbatim: Fort Wayne FC names 2 assistant coaches
  • Verbatim: City, JPMorgan Chase Partner to Promote Next Phase of Summit City Match
  • Verbatim: Don Ayres Honda acquires Fort Wayne Acura
  • Verbatim: IU athletic director Fred Glass to retire
  • Verbatim: Leaf crews head north Saturday
  • Verbatim: I&M to conduct aerial inspections next week
  • Nestlé makes strategic move to create global leader in ice cream
  • Verbatim: Grant to assist expansion of Trine's health sciences programs
  • Verbatim: I&M and Area Builders Help Customers Save Energy in Homes
  • Verbatim: Nominations Announced for the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®
  • Verbatim: Mayor Henry announces Easterseals Arc to begin workforce development training in conjunction with City's quality of life initiative
  • Verbatim: Rescue Mission gift wrapping at Glenbrook Square
  • Verbatim: Lutheran Health Network Launches ‘Positively LHN’ Page
  • Verbatim: Combined Sewer Overflow Warning Today
  • Verbatim: Embassy Theatre announces Festival of Trees winners
  • Verbatim: Leaf collection update
  • Verbatim: Designs Revealed for Next Phases of Riverfront Fort Wayne
  • Verbatim: IURC issues order in NIPSCO electric rate case
  • Verbatim: Manchester announces plan for academic program changes
  • Verbatim: PFW and Fort Wayne Sister Cities formalize partnership
  • Verbatim: Combined Sewer Overflow Warning Today
  • Verbatim: I&M power outage update
  • Verbatim: Combined sewer overflow
  • Verbatim: Festival of Trees award-winners
  • Verbatim: Trine receives $500,000 pledge for engineering expansion
  • Verbatim: Commissioners to Consider Lease Extension for Hotel Property