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  • Briefs
    Fort Wayne/Allen CountyCounty Night Out Thursday in GrabillThe first of three County Night Out events will be Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Grabill Park, 13131 Indiana St., Grabill.
  • SACS shows1% growth inenrollment
     The Southwest Allen County Schools district saw another predictable enrollment increase this year, adding steam to a decade-long trend upward, according to preliminary figures released Tuesday.
  • Hicksville hospital cuts formal ties to Lutheran
    Citing a need for total independence, an Ohio hospital has ended its 11-year formal affiliation with Lutheran Health Network.But it was a friendly breakup, officials said.
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Cathie Rowand - The Journal Gazette
IPFW freshman Adam Corral is reflected in the windows of Helmke Library on campus Wednesday afternoon. Light snow fell across the area, but just less than an inch was reported for Fort Wayne.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Thursday, March 6

Samuel Hoffman - The Journal Gazette
Kyle Hartman of Bishop Dwenger drives around Jordan Banks in the third quarter of Wednesday's win (Bishop Dwenger 65, Bishop Luers 48) over rival Bishop Luers on Wednesday at New Haven.
Michelle Davies - The Journal Gazette
Greg Jacobs of TekVenture says his building on Broadway is getting one of the city's commercial facade grants.

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

1. CITY SEES SUMMER OF STREET PROJECTS

Works Board readies miles of repair, repaving work

2. CONDEMNED MOTEL GETS BORROWED TIME

Judge cancels evacuation, orders hearing

3. FRANK GRAY COLUMN

School helps minds grow by cutting down trees

4. 'HE WAS JUST A TROOPER'

Local teen made tough decisions in cancer battle

5. 2 SOUGHT IN $2,000 RAZOR BLADE HEIST

Do you recognize these women?

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