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LIGONIER — The Ligonier Parks and Recreation Department is accepting yard sale, craft and food vendors for its Peddlers in the Park event Aug. 9 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Pettit Park.
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ALBION — Rebecca Schroeder was named the Albion Citizen of the Year at a recent meeting of the Albion Rotary Club.
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KENDALLVILLE — It’s a special event just for kids. And this year it’s an extra special event.
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ALBION — Two people were injured in a Tuesday evening crash on C.R. 100N, with one airlifted from the scene, the Noble County Sheriff’s Department said.
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KENDALLVILLE — The Kendallville Public Library Legislative Committee will host a “meet the candidates” forum on Saturday, Aug. 9.
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) One man was killed after a short police chase in Fort Wayne Wednesday evening that ended in a crash. Police were called to the Southgate Shopping Plaza around 6:45 and were looking for a wanted suspect who had several active warrants for his arrest. Officers set up surveillance and saw the suspect a few minutes later in the parking lot. The suspect drove off with a passenger in his vehicle but then stopped and allowed the passenger to get out of the car. He led police on a pursuit headed south on Airport Expressway from Fairfield Avenue. During...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)- The 2014 State Wars United States Roller Hockey Championships are taking place at the SportONE/Parkview Icehouse in Fort Wayne from July 30-August 10, officials from Visit Fort Wayne announced Wednesday. The 12-day championships -which started Wednesday morning- will bring in close to 270 teams and more than 10,000 visitors, generating an estimated 7,000 room nights and $1.6-$2 million in direct economic impact, officials said. “This is the largest sporting event in Fort Wayne this year and our city is excited to welcome thousands of competitors, families and officials,” said Corey Ford, sports sales manager...
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ANDREWS, Ind. (WANE) –  A Huntington County family is starting over nearly from scratch after their house caught on fire Tuesday morning. Photo Courtesy: Sonda Leonard The Andrews Volunteer Fire Department was called to 398 Hendricks St. around 7:30 a.m. Fire Chief Tom Wuensch said the first truck was rolling out of the station four minutes later. “I live three miles from the fire station and when I got to a clearing, I could see smoke, so I knew we had a bad one,” Wuensch said. Wuensch said a ten-year-old girl was home when the fire started. Photo Courtesy: Sonda Leonard “She heard popping and cracking from...
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KENDALLVILLE, Ind. (WANE) We reported over the weekend some apple crops in Indiana and Ohio are not doing well from the harsh winter, but many local orchard owners in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio said, it’s a different story for them. Some farmers in Indiana suffered a sizable loss of fruit from the harsh winter and the late frost in mid April, but locally, many orchard owners are doing just fine. In just a few weeks owner of Orchard Hill Farms Rick Meyer said they’ll be making their rounds collecting their more than 30 varieties of apples from their tens-of-thousands of trees. The...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – More restaurants and entertainment:  that’s what people told the group “Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana” (YLNI) they’d like to see added around our rivers.  The group asked more than 270 people in the Summit City what they would like to see downtown. YLNI leaders we spoke with Wednesday say it was important to them to help make peoples’ voices heard.  Especially since city leaders are serious about improving the riverfront and bringing more businesses and things to do downtown. “A vibrant downtown is vital for a city. And that is what’s going to make people want to...
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HAMPTON, N.H. (AP) — A fisherman has caught a rare lobster that’s bright orange with dark blue spots. Josiah Beringer found the calico lobster in a trap on July 23 in the mouth of New Hampshire’s Hampton Harbor. He donated the 1.5-pound, 5-year-old male lobster to the Explore the Ocean World Oceanarium in Hampton. Beringer tells the Portsmouth Herald (http://bit.ly/1zuh9T6 ) the lobster was found in an area known as Washerwoman Rock, an area between two rocks that gets its name from its “really rough” and “washing machine”-like waters. The aquarium’s Ellen Goethel says calico lobsters are the second rarest in the world,...
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