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  • Raising awareness for referendum
    Officials kicked off a public awareness campaign on the Courthouse Green on Tuesday on a November voter referendum to change the county’s model of government.
  • Classic cars take to the streets
      Dozens of classic Auburns, Cords and Duesenberg cars converged on Fort Wayne’s General Motors Assembly plant Tuesday to let the people who build the most up-to-date trucks have a peek at what the auto industry was producing years before
  • With county funds short, groups cancels requests for more
    The presiding judge at the Allen County Juvenile Center has withdrawn an appeal for $96,000 for next year's county budget after finding out last week there is no general fund money left for appeals.
Michelle Davies| The Journal Gazette
The congregation sings at the Service of Repentance & Reconciliation at Plymouth Congregational Church on Sunday night. The service honored the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Monday, Jan. 20

Here are a few of the local stories that will be talked about today.

1. Dispute at Dupont Bar and Grill turns fatal

2. Experts answer questions about the Affordable Care Act

3. The Mad Ants take over first place with 111-109 win over Iowa

4. Today's Journal Entry is about Martin Luther King Jr.

5. Learn how to make your Super Bowl XLVIII party a super success