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On Nov. 23 New Haven Mayor Steve McMichael was taken from his home to Parkview Regional Medical Center by New Haven Public Safety after he experienced chest pains and difficulty breathing. 

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INDIANAPOLIS — At the Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s virtual legislative preview Nov. 16, it unveiled five policy actions that it believes will have the most impact on Indiana’s economic recovery as businesses and their workers get out from under the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Gov. Eric Holcomb has proclaimed Nov. 15, 2020, Philanthropy Day in Indiana. Indiana Philanthropy Alliance joined in celebrating the contributions of individuals, foundations and businesses throughout Indiana in support of the social sector in this time of tremendous need.

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The inspiration for author Kayleen Reusser’s latest book, “Captured! Stories of American WWII Prisoners of War,” came when a friend suggested she read the journal of a man who had spent three years as a prisoner of war with the Japanese during the Bataan Death March and then as a slave labor…

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Promenade Park, which opened a little over a year ago downtown along the St. Marys River, has received several awards over the past year, according to the Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department.

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After heavy rains, residents near the State Boulevard sharp curve between Eastbrook and Westbrook drives often had to contend with floodwaters from Spy Run Creek. Add to that the regular dings to the guardrails after snowstorms and crashes at other times along with the daily traffic backups …

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Allen County Election Board has suspended operations for the night. It will resume counting ballots Nov. 4. Several thousand paper absentee ballots remain to be counted.

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Ten years ago Allen County began its land banking program in the hopes of boosting economic development in the area. On Nov. 2 members of the Allen County Redevelopment Commission presented the results of an economic impact analysis.

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COVID-19 may have killed Santa Claus — at least Fort Wayne’s Night of Lights’ version where thousands of people huddle together to watch the display turned on. However, Fort Wayne’s Coney Island, which normally benefits from some of the 25,000 Night of Lights visitors, again has its holiday …

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City Council approved the 2021 city budget Oct. 27 after several weeks of discussion with department heads as they sought ways to cut spending from the $186 million proposed by the city.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana received approval Oct. 26 to continue its successful alternative to traditional Medicaid expansion — the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) — for 10 more years. This allows the state to continue health coverage for more than 572,000 low-income adult Hoosiers.