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SHIPSHEWANA — Business in Shipshewana has slowed to a crawl with the state restrictions meant to slow the spread of the coronavirus. But by forcing a limit on the size of crowds at any event and limiting restaurants to carry-out service only, the coronavirus has thrown business in Shipshewan…

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It is worth noting, in the thick of our great national quarantine, that we have gone in a heartbeat from an ordinary civil society to a step short of martial law.

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While businesses across the country temporarily close or lay off workers to cut costs during the COVID-19 pandemic, Indiana’s Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act notices are starting to tell the effects on the region.

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For ages it has been an appreciation for convenience and growing familiarity with e-commerce that has increased consumer participation in online banking. Now, coronavirus concerns are inducing customers who resisted the trend for years to give it a try.

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ANGOLA — As masks for medical professionals get hard to come by, people like Lee Ann Snyder of Angola are banding together to use their sewing skills to make some.

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Under Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb’s stay-at-home directive, numerous essential businesses and activities are continuing. Among them is construction.

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COLUMBIA CITY — When a person dies, a large part of the grieving process takes place at the funeral, where friends and family share stories, comfort each other and offer support.

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On March 24, Weisser Park Youth Center is closed for cleaning so there is no free meal service at that location. Meals will still be served at Jennings Recreation Center, Cooper Center, and McMillen Park Community Center in Fort Wayne.

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The Huntington County Community Foundation and United Way of Huntington County have teamed up to commit $25,000 each toward the creation of the Huntington County Emergency Relief Fund to help support those in the community who will be most affected by the health and economic effects of the c…

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Director of Ohio Department of Public Health Amy Acton on March 22 issued a stay-at-home order for all Ohio residents to halt the spread of COVID-19, which was known to have killed three Buckeyes and hospitalized 83. All residents must remain in their homes or places of residence. Those usin…

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Don’t expect a coronavirus check from the federal government right away, Rep. Jim Banks, R-3rd, said in a Facebook Live town hall-styled teleconference with constituents March 20.