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The proposed 2 percent raise fore Allen County government employees next year is in doubt thanks to a $1 million shortfall in income taxes the county expects to receive next year.
A new study recently released by the Chicago Council of Global Affairs took a hard look at the benefits of immigrants supplementing the aging workforce in the heartland.      More..
After 29 years, Peggy Bender still loves her job: teaching people in Fort Wayne how to take care of their animals.
Bender, the community relations and education specialist at Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control, will retire Sept. 1. She will continue working in her own video-production business. (Photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel).
After 29 years, Peggy Bender still loves her job: teaching people in Fort Wayne how to take care of their animals.      More..
Thanks to a $2.6 million federal grant, all of Fort Wayne's 298 traffic signals will soon be equipped with back plates like these installed recently at Lafayette Street and Creighton Avenue. The back plates make the lighted signals more visible and improve safety, officials say. (News-Sentinel photo by Kevin Leininger)
Traffic lights don't do much good if motorists can't see them.      More..
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