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LHN to build new downtown hospital

Lutheran Health Network today announced plans to build a replacement facility for the current St. Joseph Hospital, which has been in the same location since 1869.
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Sauder Mfg. plans $3.2m investment

Sauder Manufacturing Co., today announced plans to invest $3.2 million in expanding its operations into New Haven, creating up to 60 new jobs over the next four years.
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Spring Break hours at Science Central

Science Central will extend hours during the week of April 3rd to accommodate area residents and visitors on vacation.

Nearly 1,000 free prom dresses distributed

The Fort Wayne Medical Society Alliance provided more than 525 school girls with health and wellness education while handing out nearly 1,000 free prom dresses.
Friends of the River Canal Boat

Canal Boat to return to Fort Wayne

Friends of the Rivers today announced a new river amenity - 54-foot canal boat will be coming to the downtown rivers this summer.
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Kroger: New Marketplace store coming

The Central Division of The Kroger Co. plans to build a new store in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It will be a 100,000 square foot store on land at Dupont and Tonkel.
Citilink passengers boarding on February 20, 2017.

Public transport riders power our economy

In Fort Wayne, and across the US, public transportation riders are an integral part of powering the economy, according to a new demographic study from the APTA.
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Kroger hosts Fort Wayne Job Fair

The Kroger Co.’s Central Division is hosting a job fair for all Fort Wayne store locations this Wednesday.
Visit Fort Wayne's 2017 Visitor's Guide

2017 official Visitors Guide now available

Visit Fort Wayne is pleased to announce the publication of our 2017 Official Visitors Guide.
Prairie Farms Dairy on Lima Road.

Prairie Farms plans local $8.7m expansion

Prairie Farms Dairy today announced plans to invest $8.7 million and create up to eight new jobs over the next three years at their Fort Wayne plant.