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KENDALLVILLE — As COVID-19 came to life in Indiana in March, the virus sent chaotic ripples through employment, products and services, lifestyles, education and the economy. Toilet paper flew off the shelves, workers found themselves suddenly furloughed indefinitely or unemployed, schools pi…

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ANGOLA — As the school year begins, the Angola Wastewater Treatment staff have a plan in place to help potentially identify COVID-19 in wastewater by testing samples from the collection system serving Angola High School, Angola Middle School and Ryan Park Elementary School as well as a syste…

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which had postponed the Memorial Day race to August because of COVID-19 with limits on the number of fans allowed in the stands, issued this statement Aug. 4:

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Terry McDonald, the former mayor of New Haven, has been named president and CEO of the New Haven Chamber of Commerce. He steps into the position held by Charlie Hatten, who retired after seven years representing the local business community.

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Howard Bailey Financial, Inc., a Fort Wayne-based independent retirement planning firm and publisher of finance-based education resources, will hold a private ribbon cutting event to celebrate its new headquarters.

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Sooner or later, every political columnist quotes George Santayana, and this is my week. If you have a problem with that, then go back to Podunk with the other nimrods.

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After hearing from Fort Wayne’s economic development staff that RTM Ventures was still missing $51 million in commitments for the now $280 million Electric Works project, the Fort Wayne Redevelopment Commission on Aug. 3 voted unanimously to cancel its pledge for public money with the developer.

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After stagnating from mid-June to mid-July, initial claims for unemployment insurance fell to a recovery-to-date low the week of Aug. 1. Even so, both initial and continuing claims are at extremely high levels, and indicate that many employers continued to lay off workers in July. Further co…

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ASHLEY — Brightmark, the waste plastic to fuel conversion company, has put out a call for literally mountains of waste plastic to fuel its operation in southern Steuben County and new plants it plans to bring online in the coming years.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Several regional farm owners are among more than 150 Hoosier farm families who have received Hoosier Homestead Awards in recognition of their commitment to Indiana agriculture.

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HAMILTON — The Hamilton Party Store, 3990 E. Bellefontaine Road, hosted a military hero and bourbon maker over the weekend.

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The Indiana Department of Workforce Development has expanded Northeast Indiana Works training program funding to the tune of $2.1 million with money available through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.

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John Dortch has been pleased to see a substantial increase in the area’s entrepreneurial activity among minorities since Build Institute Fort Wayne started offering business development training a little more than a year ago.

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2020 has been a year of fear when it comes to personal safety. And an emerging personal security devices company says it plans to address the resulting surge in demand for its products soon by bringing production online in Fort Wayne.

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Coming close to the latest wire, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield and Parkview Health have reached an agreement that will give Anthem members continued in-network access to all Parkview Health providers and facilities.