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  • Hanning & Bean purchase One Summit Square
    Hanning & Bean Enterprises Inc. has purchased One Summit Square in a multimillion-dollar deal, the company confirmed Wednesday.
  • Marriage equality discussion today
    The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana is hosting a discussion about marriage equality at noon today in Walb Memorial Union at IPFW.
  • Health fair Friday at Turnstone
    The 22nd annual United Way and Organized Labor Community Health Fair will be 8 a.m. to noon Friday at Turnstone, 3320 N. Clinton St.
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Abe's Friend

Storytelller Doyne Carson tells the story of Abe Linclon's youth while portraying Abigail Gollaher, a childhood friend of Linclon, at the Main Library.

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The Mad Ants' Ron Howard drives between Bakersfield's Jared Cunningham, left, and Ike Diogu in the first quarter Wednesday. The Mad Ants won the game 118 - 103.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Thursday, Feb. 13

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

1. CITY NATIVE, DIRECTOR SEEKS SXSW SUCCESS

Collin Schiffli's film will be one of eight competition feature films.

2. MAILBOXES A HOT COMMODITY

Frank Gray answers the question "Why is it so difficult to buy a mailbox?"

3. WARSAW GRAD LEADING SMU

Ben Smith looks at Nic Moore's college basketball career.

4. HENRY LAUDS CITY'S GROWTH

Says in annual speech that more can be done to drive progress

5. ZOO PLUS 2: COLOBUS MONKEYS BORN 2 DAYS APART IN JANUARY

Fort Wayne Children's Zoo experienced a baby boom last month.

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