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  • NIPSCO donates to local food pantries
    NIPSCO donated $5,000 to the Associated Churches Neighborhood Food Network today as part of the Hope for Holidays campaign, to help supply the 27 food pantries throughout Fort Wayne, a statement said.
  • Grease not lightning-quick through sewer
    As Thanksgiving and the rest of the holiday season draws ever closer, Fort Wayne City Utilities is reminding residents to be aware of the effect grease from holiday feasts can have on the city's sewer systems.
  • Downtown study unveiled to public
    The public is invited to a presentation about the potential for additional residential development opportunities in downtown Fort Wayne.
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After weather closed school for the day, Daphne Weller, 4, left, and her sisters, Franny, 7, and Mallory, 6, were able to play groceries Tuesday at the Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory, where their mother Joy brought them.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Wednesday, Jan. 22

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U.S. Sen. Dan Coats, R-Ind., outlines his 10-point "roadmap for 2014" during a news conference Tuesday.
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Blackhawk Christian's Joey Morlan puts up a short jumper over Wayne's Troyon Smith during the first quarter of Tuesday's game at Blackhawk. The Braves defeated Wayne 72-69.

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

1. WEDNESDAY IS FOOD DAY IN THE JG LIVING SECTION

Kimberly Dupps Truesdell writes about the latest restaurant news and area food events in THE DISH. Steve Warden's story, PERSNICKETY PALATES, explains children aren't the only picky eaters.

2. SIRVA REVEALS PATH TO WELLNESS

Fort Wayne COO engages employees to meet fitness goals

3. SUSPECT ACCUSED OF CONNING KOHL'S

Store employees spot suspect, police officers greet him as he leaves the store.

4. WEDGE TAKING JOB WITH ESPN

Fort Wayne native, Eric Wedge, takes baseball analyst job with ESPN.

5. LATE HOMICIDE RULING MAKES 2013 WORST-EVER

Allen County Coroner's Office declares the August 7 death of Steven Duane Turner a homicide

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