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Doug Fasick, City Utilities' senior program manager for energy engineering and sustainability services, displays a boiler used to convert methane into heat used by the sewer treatment plant. Soon, however, the gas will be used to produce electricity. (News-Sentinel photos by Kevin Leininger)
Who would've thought that the source of a nearly endless supply of “green” energy would turn out to be brown?
Fort Wayne Police Department officers David Boles and Greg Woods speak with residents while patrolling the downtown beat. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel)
It's been almost a year since the Fort Wayne Police Department initiated the bicycle patrols in downtown Fort Wayne, and officials say the program is working according to plan.      More..
For the past seven years the philanthropic student-run organization at The University of Saint Francis has been helping Father Andre Sylvester build an orphanage for the 26 children he is currently housing in his Haitian orphanage, Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Currently the children are living in a small rental property in Cap Ha´tien.
This is Sylvestre on the site of the new orphanage, which is currently under construction.(Courtesy photo)
Formula for Life will hold a bike tour Aug. 9 to raise money to build an orphanage for children whose parents died during the 2010 earthquake.      More..
Visitors to the Wabash and Erie Canal can enjoy a 35-minute floating trip on the Delphi, a replica of a 19th-century canal boat. (Courtesy photo)
In 1825, the Erie Canal was completed to great fanfare. Cannon fire, parades, balls and speeches celebrated the speed and skill with which New Yorkers built “the longest canal in the world,” as one eyewitness erroneously called it.      More..
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