In 1853, somewhere in Fort Wayne, a procession was held celebrating the opening of the first free public school in the city. Fittingly, a schoolboy took part carrying a banner, proclaiming the value of education.
Today - Frank Gray
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Steve Staley travels a lot for a living, flying all over the country auditing building inspectors for HUD, whatever that involves.
Sunday - Frank Gray
When I started at The Journal Gazette in the 1980s, one of the first people I met was a guy named Dailey Fogle, a name just odd enough to make it easy to remember.
Thursday - Frank Gray
- Where the sidewalk ends
When a developer builds a new subdivision, it isnt uncommon to install sidewalks on just one side of the street. Thats the way it was done in Evelyn Murphys subdivision along Londonderry Lane on the citys north side.May 14, 2013 - Frank Gray
- Rejection? There’s an app for that
Life in middle and high school has doubtlessly changed a lot since I was a student, but one thing hasnt changed.May 12, 2013 - Frank Gray
- Internet tax might aid hometown merchants
Earlier this week, the U.S. Senate passed, by a wide margin, a bill that would let states collect sales tax from online retailers.May 9, 2013 - Frank Gray