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BRUSHY PRAIRIE — Charges are pending against four suspects who allegedly caused $10,000 damage to Prairie Heights Community Schools’ athletic fields July 23.
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KENDALLVILLE — A citizen’s tip foiled a burglary at a North Main Street business early Tuesday morning and led to the arrest of a suspect, police said.
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KENDALLVILLE — C.R. 500E at the Norfolk Southern railroad crossing west of Kendallville is closed until further notice.
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KENDALLVILLE — A fifth/sixth-grade split teaching position at North Side Elementary School was one of the many vacancies filled recently in the East Noble School Corp,.
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Don Monesmith, left, of Larwill and formerly of Avilla, holds The Star ACD Festival Appreciation Award presented Thursday in Auburn. He was honored for his volunteer work at the National Auto and Truc
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ANGOLA — The last holiday weekend of summer will find Hoosiers traveling across Indiana, be it for one final getaway boating at a Steuben County lake, visiting friends and family or attending the Aubu
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AUBURN, Ind. (WANE) –  Every Labor Day weekend brings back an annual tradition to downtown Auburn. The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival started in 1956. According to its website, the festival’s mission is to “celebrate and promote automobile heritage.” Most people think it’s all about the cars, but a few dozen said it’s actually all about the accommodations. The Auburn Hotel was built in 1860, and many of the rooms will take guests on a trip back in time. Photos | Unlikely treasure in Auburn “We kind of romanticize it. It’s never changed since it was built. It was built for traveling salesmen, so the rooms are very small. Very...
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Take a step back in time at the Auburn Hotel. The hotel, which was built in 1860, opens once a year for guests to experience what it was like to live in the 1920s and 30s. To see photos from the hotel, click here. 
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Crews are making progress on the $98 million development slated to create jobs, housing, and retail in downtown Fort Wayne. Construction teams have already removed at least 1,300 truck loads of dirt from Ash-Bean project construction site. Right now, they’re still laying the ground work for the city’s parking garage. The four-story parking garage will be the base for the project.  Ash Brokerage is scheduled to build its new headquarters on top of the garage, making it eight stories tall. Hanning and Bean Enterprises is scheduled to build 80 apartments, 10-14 condos, and six street-front townhouses. The...
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KENDALLVILLE, Ind. (WANE) – Thanks to a Kendallville couple police were able to stop a burglary in progress.  That couple was recognized today by the mayor and police chief for being good stewards. Everything happened Tuesday around 1 a.m.  Christopher Collins just got off work, and he and his wife were walking to the gas station nearby. “We walked by a little further down the road and that’s when I told him that we needed to call the cops,” Rebecca Collins said. Little did the Collins know they’d stumble across a crime in progress. “We just thought it was kind of crazy. The guy attempted it...
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Tandem bikes FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)  The nation’s largest tandem bicycle rally is taking over downtown Labor Day weekend. Up to 800 tandem bicycle riders from 26 states and Ontario will gather in Fort Wayne for the 2014 Midwest Tandem Rally. Hoosiers Out on Tandems is hosting the weekend event that’s bringing tandem teams together for a series of tours planned. . Two tandem tours are planned including a IPFW Sculpture Tour and an Ice Cream ride on Friday. The organization chose to host the bicycle rally in Fort Wayne because of the city’s reputation with the bicycle community. “A vibrant downtown, easy access...
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Duke Energy asked state regulators Friday to approve a nearly $2 billion upgrade of its Indiana electric grid, improvements the utility said would help reduce power outages by adding “self-healing” smart technologies to the grid. Duke is Indiana’s largest electric utility, with more than 800,000 customers. The Charlotte, North Carolina-based company asked the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission in Friday’s filing to approve a seven-year, $1.9 billion plan to replace substations, utility poles, power lines, transformers and other aging parts of its electric grid. That upgrade would include installing new, advanced utility meters the company said would mean fewer...
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