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  • Road restrictions for Sept. 17, 2014
    BROBST ROAD Closed between Edgerton and Dawkins roads through Sept. 26. ROUSSEY ROAD Closed between Edgerton and Dawkins roads through Oct. 1.
  • Company invests $15 million on ex-Target
    A dead retail location has been given a lifeline.Lifeline Data Centers will invest $15 million to convert the former south-side Target into a technology storehouse. The retailer closed in 2005.
  • Council pares request for Legacy funds
    Mayor Tom Henry’s administration won’t get everything it asked for from the Legacy Fund.During its meeting Tuesday, the Fort Wayne City Council amended the administration’s $2.2 million request to $1.
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Beth Schaefer, 17, walks her grand champion dairy beef steer Felix during the Allen County Fair on Sunday at the fairgrounds on Carroll Road.

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2. Families find electronic gadgets increase their back-to-school spending. CLICK

3. Our TinCaps were bitten by the Wisconsin Rattlers with their 5-2 loss on Vera Bradley Day at Parkview Field. CLICK

4. Do you like the beauty of plants and flowers but don't want to worry about keeping them alive? CLICK here to read Steve Warden's story.

5. Steve Shine, Allen County GOP chairman, backs city workers protections. CLICK

6. Ben Smith writes about Jeff Gordon's Brickyard 400 victory and the similarities to his 1994 victory. CLICK

7. Vivian Sade explains how Science Central campers are discovering science in books. CLICK

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