The Journal Gazette
Tuesday, March 15, 2016 9:34 pm

Business at a glance

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Kiddie Academy of Fort Wayne received four awards – best practices in community building, technology education, social media and developmentally appropriate curriculum – at its annual recognition awards.


Verizon ranked the highest across all six regions among U.S. wireless providers, according to the J.D. Power 2015 Wireless Network Quality Performance Study, Vol. 2.


Shawnee Construction & Engineering Inc. completed renovations for a new outside dining area for the Cork ‘N Cleaver restaurant in Fort Wayne. The project architect was Hoch Associates.


Gordmans Stores Inc. will celebrate 100 years of business this fall.


MinuteClinic, the walk-in medical clinic inside many CVS stores, announced it will become more accessible for patients with disabilities.


Summit Software Technologies was awarded software development agreements with Orthopaedic & Neurosurgery Specialists, Iowa Digestive Disease and Kansas City Orthopaedics.


SRT Prosthetics and Orthotics is locating its corporate office to Butler and plans to add 11 new employees over the next three years.


RetirementHomeTV was awarded the DirecTV television and in-house community channel for Allisonville Meadows in Indianapolis.


Dirig Sheet Metal announced the installation of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning ductwork for FWCS-Construction Trades Renovation.


DWD Technology Group was named to Accounting Today’s 2015 VAR 100 list of the top value-added resellers and technology consultants in the country.


KDA Furniture & Interiors of Huntertown was awarded the contract for Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates in North Carolina and The Center for Outpatient Medicine in Bloomington, Illinois.


Paulding County Extension is calling for voluntary registration of poultry by calling 419-399-8225 or The overall goal is education and preparation in the event of avian Influenza (bird flu). Information obtained will be kept confidential.


Glenbrook Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center received a deficiency-free survey rating during an annual inspection by the Indiana State Department of Health.

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