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The Allen County War Memorial Coliseum is slowly recovering from a year that has seen a decrease in attendance of more than 670,000 people so far as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and associated event cancellations. Read more

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The East Allen County Schools, Southwest Allen County Schools and Northwest Allen County Schools districts are receiving roughly $400,000 in state grant money to provide connectivity to students attending school remotely while not having access to broadband internet. The money will aid in th… Read more

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Deadlines to get ready and registered for the upcoming November presidential election are rapidly approaching, and local election officials are preparing as best they can for counting votes in the challenging atmosphere of a global pandemic. Read more

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Fort Wayne Ballet, Indiana’s longest standing professional ballet company, on Friday announced its fall season, which will begin Oct. 1 and include three productions at the Arts United Center, 303 E. Main St., Fort Wayne. Read more

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Toward the end of Aug. 25’s Fort Wayne City Council meeting Glynn Hines, D-at large, asked council attorney Joe Bonahoom if City Council could subpoena Mayor Tom Henry. Hines wants the mayor to address questions concerning public funding for the Electric Works project on the old General Elec… Read more

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At its monthly meeting Tuesday evening, the East Allen County Schools Board of School Trustees delicately deliberated the topic of bringing students back to school in the midst of a global pandemic. Read more

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July 6 marked a reopening for summer activities at schools throughout Allen County — the first time students have stepped foot on many school properties since COVID-19 effectively ended in-person academics in March. However, fall reentry plans are still a moving target. Read more

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There was no playing of “Pomp and Circumstance” and no handing out of diplomas, but the Indiana Black Expo Fort Wayne Chapter’s virtual graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 27, was heavy on sound advice for graduates, provided by some of Fort Wayne’s most renowned leaders. Read more

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It was an unconventional end to an unconventional college experience, but LeighAnn Brooks wouldn’t change a thing. Brooks, of Huntertown, had the unique experience May 30 of delivering a virtual commencement speech for the Western Governors University Class of 2020, earning two degrees while… Read more