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Manager Ben Hall had to overcome various bureaucratic hurdles to build a deck along the St. Marys River near Hall's Gas House in 2005. Now the local restaurant chain wants to expand the popular downtown attraction -- and needs the city's help to do it.  (News-Sentinel file photo)
Open since 2003, the deck across the parking lot of Hall's Gas House showed how appealing use of Fort Wayne's riverfronts could be long before the city got involved.
emonstrator chants during the Dec. 13
After right-wing lunatic Tim McVeigh murdered 168 people by blowing up the federal building in Oklahoma City in 1995, President Bill Clinton insinuated conservative talk radio was responsible for spreading hate and making violence acceptable.      More..
Austin Buuck, fourth-grader at St. John-Emmanuel Lutheran School, asks a question. (Photo courtesy Lutheran Schools Partnership)
After just four years, the families of more than 29,100 Hoosier students are receiving vouchers, making it the largest such program in the nation.      More..
To accommodate the crush of Christmas shipping, some package sorting was moved to the Fort Wayne Main Post Office 1501 S. Clinton St. These thousands of packages from northeast Indiana are arranged Monday afternoon in rows by their destinations. (By Bob Caylor of The News-Sentinel)
Delivering the mail is a job that's at its most demanding this month, but by moving back collection times and hiring more help, the Fort Wayne Main Post Office stays on track, a top official there says.      More..
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