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It’s still unclear whether high school extracurricular activities will resume in the fall. However, even if Gov. Eric Holcomb’s Back on Track Indiana plan goes according to schedule through the target reopening date of July 4, Parkview Health officials don’t expect sporting events to look th… Read more

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The Allen County-Fort Wayne Capital Improvement Board of Managers talked turkey May 28 about how drastically the COVID-19 pandemic has hit its operations, schedule and pocketbook. Read more

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Patrick Frerking just finished his first school year as principal of a Fort Wayne Concordia Lutheran High School navigating a global pandemic, but he’s a seasoned veteran when it comes to weathering infectious diseases within a school community. Having taught in countries across Asia for nea… Read more

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HUNTERTOWN — Like many things in Fort Wayne, trail development has come to a rest during the COVID-19 pandemic. In Huntertown, that stagnation could continue after the state’s reopening, due to a separate issue with homeowners. Read more

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Throughout U.S. history, soldiers who have lost their way always knew there would be a fire to guide them home. For 24 hours, beginning Friday night, local veterans reminded the community of that fact — and that the sacrifices made in war are not forgotten. Read more

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HUNTERTOWN — Northwest Allen County Schools still doesn’t know what this year’s Carroll High School graduation ceremony will look like but — unsurprising to most — it won’t be like years past. Read more

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Cars whizzed by on Wells Street, a prayer was said, and “Amazing Grace” was played with just nine notes. Not many heard, but it was a solemn moment for the few gathered Friday at the Law Enforcement/Firefighters Memorial of Allen County, heads bowed in remembrance of those who have ended the… Read more

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The countdown to the next Three Rivers Festival reset to 421 days on Thursday. For the first time in 52 years, the popular downtown Fort Wayne event won’t happen, the festival’s board of directors announced. The loss of festivals like this is creating a hardship for the region’s artists and … Read more