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NIPSCO donated $5,000 to the Associated Churches Neighborhood Food Network today as part of the Hope for Holidays campaign, to help supply the 27 food pantries throughout Fort Wayne, a statement said.Today 11:25 am
As Thanksgiving and the rest of the holiday season draws ever closer, Fort Wayne City Utilities is reminding residents to be aware of the effect grease from holiday feasts can have on the city's sewer systems.Today 9:51 am
The public is invited to a presentation about the potential for additional residential development opportunities in downtown Fort Wayne.Today 8:47 am
Last updated: May 22, 2013 2:33 p.m.
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Shoaff Park served as an open-air classroom for a group of home-schoolers out for an afternoon of nature study Tuesday. The young scholars were, from left, Sam Jones, 6, Owen Stout, 8, and William Parker, 10.