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The walking trail along the St. Marys River at Foster Park is closed due to high water resulting from runoff from thawing snow.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Wednesday, Feb. 26

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

1. WEDNESDAY IS FOOD DAY IN THE JG LIVING SECTION

Learn about beignets and where you can find this French pastry in Fort Wayne. And read the latest cook interview and how she uses honey in her homemade dishes in COOK’S CORNER.

2. SAINT FRANCIS WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM WINS AGAIN

No. 1 USF wins tourney opener, improves to 31-0

3. NEW HAVEN CLAMPS DOWN ON STORAGE BINS

Council passes ordinance regulating the use of portable storage units and large trash bins.

4. ABORTION, GUN BILLS AMENDED

Panel sends bills to full House

5. CONSUL: ISRAEL STRONGER THAN PERILS

Talks peace process during city visit

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