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ASHLEY — The annual Ashley-Hudson Festival will take place Friday night and Saturday in both neighboring towns.
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KENDALLVILLE — A Mitchell Street resident is requesting the city of Kendallville enforce its tree maintenance ordinance regarding a neighbor’s tree that is allegedly a threat to his safety and the saf
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KENDALLVILLE — A Kendallville man suffered a head injury Friday when the motorcycle he was operating struck the rear of a vehicle stopped on S.R. 3 at the South Main Street intersection.
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LAGRANGE — An Avilla man was incarcerated in the LaGrange County jail early Saturday morning after police say he beat a woman so badly she had to be taken to the hospital.
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ALBION — Central Noble Community School Corp. is looking for someone willing to host the Cougar Closet, which provides free clothing to students and residents in need.
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STROH — Three men were apprehended at gunpoint by LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department deputies early Sunday morning near the LaGrange-Steuben County line after they led law enforcement officers on a
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With the river flooding earlier this summer, many businesses that operate on the river have hit hard times. Fort Wayne Outfitters and Bike Depot was unable to rent kayaks and paddle boards for nearly two months. They resumed renting those out on Thursday. They were also unable to host some of their special events, like the Paddle Board Socials, due to high river levels. Airboat One, run by Mike Gasdorf, was shut down for three weeks this summer and that has cost him about a third of his business. The Deck, where Mike launches from, has also taken a hit, being...
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NEW HAVEN, Ind. (WANE) — It’s one of the worst string of closings New Haven Mayor Terry McDonald has dealt with in 16 years. Vera Bradley shut down it’s manufacturing facility on Adams Center Road in May and Parker Hannifin recently announced it will close its New Haven plant as well. Parker Hannifin, which makes precision cooling systems in New Haven, is ending operations in 2016. In total, about 400 jobs are moving out of McDonald’s city. But he said the impact isn’t isolated to his area. Because many people working in New Haven live outside of the city, the closures impact the entire...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)  Since city utilities’ new, online billing system debuted last month, employees in downtown’s call center have been answering thousands of questions from customers having trouble paying their bill. That’s lead to 20 to 30 minutes wait times, on average. According to Frank Suarez, spokesperson for city utilities, many customers accidentally threw out their instructions that they received in the mail. As a result, customers don’t have their 15 digit customer and account number to register. Others were a part of the e-check system. Suarez said it wasn’t working. So, city utilities shut it off for about ten days. It...
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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Fifteen people have been taken to hospitals in central Kentucky after a bus carrying teenagers from a suburban Indianapolis church crashed. Franklin County Sheriff Pat Melton says the wreck happened shortly after 10 a.m. Monday on eastbound Interstate 64 as the 36-passenger bus approached slow traffic from an earlier wreck. Melton says the bus rear-ended a sport-utility vehicle, injuring 13 people from the bus as well as a woman and child in the SUV. Melton says the injured were taken to Frankfort Regional Medical Center and University of Kentucky Hospital with mostly minor injuries. The bus was carrying a...
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LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — A sheriff says a suspicious package at a Lafayette parking garage that prompted the evacuation of nearby buildings turning out to be a pressure cooker full of pork. Tippecanoe County Sheriff Barry Richard says a maintenance worker discovered the package “in a suspicious area” while cleaning the sixth floor of the parking garage Monday morning. He says the Tippecanoe County Bomb Squad was placed on standby until a bailiff and former deputy saw no sign that the pressure cooker had been modified into a bomb. Richard says it’s always better to be safe than sorry.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration has decided that the National Security Agency will soon stop using millions of American calling records it collected under a controversial program leaked by former agency contractor Edward Snowden. Congress passed a law earlier this year ending the NSA’s bulk collection of American calling records after a six-month transition, but officials weren’t sure what they would do about records going back five years that are currently being stored. The Director of National Intelligence said Monday that as of Nov. 29, those records would no longer be examined in terrorism investigations, and would be destroyed as soon...
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