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The 46,000-square-foot English Hall, which was built in 1953 and was home to Parkview's nursing school until it closed in 1991, is currently vacant. (News-Sentinel photos by Kevin Leininger)
Parkview Health Systems will demolish two prominent features of its Randallia Drive campus.
Fort Wayne Fire Department Private Bryan Peterson grills brats, hot dogs and hamburgers behind Fire Station 6, 1500 W. Coliseum Blvd., Thursday afternoon with John Louis Fankhanel, 12, while his mother, Cindy Fankhanel, and brother, Julian Fankhanel, 6, watch. The firefighters of Station 6 developed a friendship with the Fankhanel family after they sent the family a note of sympathy following the death of German firefighter Dirk Fankhanel, their husband and father, in the line of duty in 2012. (By Bob Caylor of The News-Sentinel)
The crews of Fort Wayne Fire Department Station 6, 1500 W. Coliseum Blvd., hosted an “all-American cookout” Thursday for the widow and sons of a German firefighter Dirk Fankhanel, who was killed while fighting a fire in 2012.      More..
Spending July in Indiana this year allowed homebodies to enjoy the climate of a summer resort, with highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s many days.      More..
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?      More..
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