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Terri Richardson

Terri Richardson, Assistant Managing Editor for Features, has more than 30 years of experience in the newspaper industry. She has covered the Fort Wayne area with The Journal Gazette since 1999. She writes about the area community, including profiles of people and places with unique stories.

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Stories by Terri Richardson

 Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette
People have said they often hear loud bangs at the JW Kidd Building, 1510 Fairfield Ave. Proceeds from the ghost hunt will go toward the historical preservation of the building.

Group hosting ghost hunt

The building at 1510 Fairfield Ave. has played host to many things since it was built in 1900.

September 14, 2021 1:00 am

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No modern conveniences will be found at the Johnny Appleseed Festival, which tries to re-create the 1800s.

Around the Fort: Places doing it the old school way

If "I remember when" tends to be part of your vocabulary these days, then this list is just for you.

September 12, 2021 1:00 am

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Kindergartner Lennon Moord has developed a pen pal relationship with five elves who apparently live in a tree in his neighborhood. Lennon leaves the elves notes, and they write back.

Shy elves find pal in 5-year-old

Mark Meyer has some new neighbors.

August 31, 2021 1:00 am

 Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette
Fitness trainer Dani Rice says many of her clients gained 10 to 12 pounds during the pandemic.
 

Work starts to lose pandemic pounds

Angela Grove Armstrong has felt the weight of the pandemic. She didn't realize just how much until she was getting ready for one of her...

August 22, 2021 1:00 am

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To shake hands or not? Yes, if you're comfortable

Before the pandemic, Meg Underwood would help business students learn how to give a good handshake. Now, heading into a somewhat normal...

August 17, 2021 1:00 am