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As a Fort Wayne accounting instructor with a financial counseling practice, Kevin Kensinger has had occasion to help couples recover from relationship damage resulting from money behavior.

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CHURUBUSCO — Chuck Jones sits comfortably at a white table in downtown Churubusco History Center surrounded by dozens of photos, newspaper clippings and mementos of the small town’s storied past.

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SmartAsset recently completed its fifth annual study of where millennials are buying homes, and Fort Wayne landed in the top 50.Nine out of 10 millennial renters want to purchase a home, according to SmartAsset, but only 4.9% believe they will be able to do so in the next year. Many young ad…

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INDIANAPOLIS —On Jan. 15, President Donald Trump and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He formally signed a Phase 1 trade agreement between the United States and China.

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GARRETT — A few weeks ago, Mayor Todd Fiandt was concerned that closing his barber shop in downtown Garrett at the end of the year might leave a dark store in the community.

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The emergency entrance at Parkview Regional Medical Center (PRMC) will be relocated to Entrance 1 beginning Jan. 20 to accommodate construction of the new tower at PRMC. The relocation will last until Aug. 24.

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These post offices in Indiana will be open on Jan. 20, when the U.S. Postal Service observes the federal holiday of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. 

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After Jan. 10's heavy downpours, the only Allen County road that remains closed due to high water is Parrott Road between Hartzell Road and Madge Avenue. The highway department believes that road will reopen sometime in the next few hours.

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What children are inhaling while “vaping” may be a marijuana-related chemical delivered with Vitamin E, which the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has linked to several deaths and injuries referred to as “popcorn lung.”

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Corn growers in Wells and surrounding counties were hoping to see production resume this year at an ethanol plant operated in Bluffton by Valero Renewable Fuels Co.

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A couple of forecasters at Purdue University Fort Wayne do not expect supply and demand to ease the metro area’s labor shortage this year.

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Partisan loyalties seemed to dominate the first meeting of the year of Fort Wayne City Council on Jan. 7.

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The big tractors for the Fort Wayne Farm Show will be entering the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum early in the week of Jan. 13. To Fred Cline, show director at Tradexpos Inc. which puts together the event, it’s always a sight to see: “It’s like watching dinosaurs come in!” he exclaimed.

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Another year gone, another reset of the calendar, which means it is time to take stock of where we’ve been and where we’re going.