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  • Mad Anthony's is expanding
    The Mad Anthony Brewing Company broke ground today on plans to expand its Fort Wayne Brewing Facility at 1109 Taylor St., according to a company statement.
  • Webster Street closed to traffic
    Webster Street is closed to all traffic between Washington and Jefferson Boulevards as crews install sanitary and storm lines as part of the Ewing East West Storm Sewer Separation Project Phase 2, the Fort Wayne Traffic Engineering
  • Real estate company buys Canterbury Green Apartments
    GoldOller Real Estate Investments announced its acquisition of the Canterbury Green Apartments and Townhomes in Ft. Wayne, Indiana for $85.
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What people are talking about today:

Komets seethe after tough OT defeat. Coach, players blast officiating especially for late faceoff play.

Lake group digs in after IDEM OKs pig farm. A 3rd-general Steuben County farmer wants to have 4,800 swine. His Lake Gage neighbors say it's just too close.

What if you were stuck in your house and needed an ambulance?

"… People don't realize it until they have an immediate need for a response and they realize there is an action they could have taken to make it easier for us to assist them." That action? Clear the snow so they can get to you.

Local politics heat up. Challengers take on Linda Bloom; 2 vie for GOP spot in sheriff's race; 4 state lawmakers have competition.

$300,000 scanning electron microscope pays off at IPFW. After a little more than a year, the science lab is making enough money to update other pieces of equipment.

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