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Indiana women starting and growing new technology companies are invited to apply through Oct. 9 for the Launch Women Business Builders program, an initiative of the WEOC Women’s Business Center at the NIIC.

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NEW HAVEN — So, you say you want to be in the food truck business? Contact New Haven resident Rachel Nally. She can give you a litany of trials, tribulations, frustrations, setbacks and disappointments that she overcame with the help of her neighborhood friends before getting her health depa…

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Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry acknowledged the COVID-19 pandemic created challenges when preparing the 2021 city operating budget, but said the city was planning adequately for any future shortfalls.

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Amazon Logistics announced earlier this year plans to speed up shipments to its Allen County customers by opening a delivery station in Fort Wayne. The location is at 8610 Avionics Drive near Fort Wayne International Airport. The 150,000-square-foot shell building was constructed through a p…

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Workers on Sept. 14 were putting finishing touches on a new 25-foot gateway marker at the intersection of Airport Expressway and Ardmore Avenue, near Fort Wayne International Airport. Improvements to Ardmore began in March 2019. Ardmore was widened to three lanes (a single lane in each direc…

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I can feel it when I have been pushing myself too hard for too long. In my mind’s eye I picture a rope getting more and more frayed at the edges and I know I have to call a time out for myself.

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We all like to think of ourselves as high-performing leaders or being part of a high-performing team. While this may be the case, it would be a big mistake to overlook the fact that even high performers are human beings that deal with life events outside of their control.

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CHURUBUSCO — Miles Wilson has labored in the funeral business and has been a Churubusco resident for years — when he saw an opportunity to help his local business and his hometown in one shot, he leapt at the chance.

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From The American Presidency Project, Proclamation 9924—Minority Enterprise Development Week, 2019: “This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA), which was originally named the Office of Minority Business Enterprise. When President Richard Nixon si…

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When Mayor Tom Henry refused twice to appear at a City Council meeting to discuss the failed Electric Works redevelopment, Councilmen Tom Didier, R-3rd, and Glynn Hines, D-at large, took matters into their own hands. At the Sept. 8 City Council meeting they introduced a resolution that would…

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COLUMBIA FALLS, Maine — Wreaths Across America asks all Americans to stand outside and wave a flag for one minute at 8:46 a.m., 9:03 a.m., 9:37 a.m. and 10:03 a.m. Sept. 11.

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INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Revenue’s second rollout of its tax system update, Project NextDOR, went live Sept. 8. This is the second of four rollouts allowing business customers to file, pay and administer several tax types, including sales and withholding, in the e-services po…

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ANGOLA — When Steuben County’s tax sale comes around Oct. 9, you probably won’t find many local people trying to snatch up a deal on the lake or in any of the towns.

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During the first half of 2020, venture capital investment in Indiana companies was higher than in the first half of 2019, despite the COVID-19 pandemic and global recession, according to a report from Elevate Ventures.

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The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) says addiction hotline calls have skyrocketed during the pandemic, with an over 700% increase in demand for addiction services in the state.

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New Haven is initiating a new tradition to honor Patriot Day. The city is partnering with NeighborLink Fort Wayne for a special day of service Sept. 11.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric J. Holcomb on Sept. 3 announced $51 million for 50 broadband infrastructure expansion projects across the state as a part of the second round of the Next Level Connections Broadband Grant Program.