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In December 2019, Huntertown Town Council member Brandon Seifert introduced a resolution affirming the council’s pro-life stance, which passed unanimously. So did a similar ordinance Seifert introduced July 20, in response to recent police brutality protests across the country, affirming Hun… Read more

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Despite pulling in donations through its Pufferbelly 5K even as the COVID-19 pandemic surges on, Fort Wayne Trails’ completion of the Pufferbelly Trail still hinges on a large majority of support from residents in Huntertown’s Twin Eagles neighborhood. Read more

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Fort Wayne City Council members Glynn Hines, D-at large, Michelle Chambers, D-at large, and Sharon Tucker, D-6th district, joined Adams Township Trustee Denita Washington, Wayne Township Trustee Austin Knox, Wayne Township Trustee Board Chair Pat Turner, East Allen County Schools District 3E… Read more

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Allen County plans to use a grant from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management to educate the public on proper battery storage and recycling methods. The Allen County Board of Commissioners committed June 12 to match a $5,000 state community grant awarded to the Allen County Depar… Read more

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“We are dealing with an issue — and issues — that are deeply rooted in systematic racism and oppression. … It’s unrealistic for us to think that a march to MLK Bridge is going to un-root systematic oppression and racism without formalized policies and changes.” Read more

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Huntertown officials and their advisors have developed a plan to accelerate housing development in the town’s northeast quadrant, but members of the Town Council and Utility Service Board are conflicted about the associated risks. Read more

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The Allen County Prosecutor’s Office will pore over what it expects could be thousands of hours of footage from protests May 29 and 30 in downtown Fort Wayne, in order to determine how to proceed with the more than 100 arrests made in connection with those protests. 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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HUNTERTOWN — Huntertown’s town council and utility service board have yet to come to a consensus on how much to charge new water and sewer customers in order to recoup costs associated with future utility improvements. But, current homeowners should rest assured their rates won’t go up any t… Read more

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FORT WAYNE — Gov. Eric Holcomb’s stay-at-home order goes into effect at midnight March 24. Like the governor, Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry is encouraging residents to stay home in an effort to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Read more