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    Monday, February 5, 2018   /   by Jerry Morrow Support Team

    City of Fort Wayne outlines next steps for North River property

    Published: Wednesday, 31 January 2018 13:10 by: http://www.fwcommunitydevelopment.org





    The City of Fort Wayne today outlined the next steps for the North River property.
    The City now owns the North River property, which is comprised of 29 acres bounded by Clinton, Fourth and Harrison streets. The property serves as an important gateway into downtown and will be a complement to the positive progress being made with riverfront development efforts. The site was previously used as a rail yard and scrap yard, dating back to 1902. The land has not been actively used since 2006.
    Last November, the Fort Wayne Redevelopment Commission became the title holder of the North River property, City Council approved assuming responsibility for any future environmental remediation, if required, at the site and the Allen County-Fort Wayne Capital Improvement Board (CIB) approved a $4.63 million funding commitment to the Fort Wayne Redevelopment Commission to purchase the property. Prop ...

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    Monday, February 5, 2018   /   by Jerry Morrow Support Team

    Dollar General Holds Grand Opening for Relocated Store

    By WANE Staff ReportersPublished: February 3, 2018, 4:45 pm



    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The grand opening of a newly-relocated Fort Wayne Dollar General was held Saturday.
    The store is now located at 1142 N. Coliseum Blvd.
    Customers received special deals and free prizes at the grand opening event. The first 50 adults also got a $10 gift Card to Dollar General and the first 200 shoppers were given a Dollar General tote bag with complementary product samples and other giveaways.
    The new location also features a new layout designed to make shopping simpler for customers. Some of the store’s new features include seasonal products featured in the center of the store, departments with visible signage, and coolers located at the front of the store.

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    Monday, February 5, 2018   /   by Jerry Morrow Support Team

    Special Olympics Allen County is Positively Fort Wayne

    By waneterrabrantleyPublished: February 5, 2018, 5:00 am  Updated: February 5, 2018, 11:28 am


    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) Alise Hazelett is one of many Special Olympic athletes in Fort Wayne.
    “I like to golf and I like to do basketball,” said Hazelett. “I like to volleyball and I like to do all kinds of different stuff.”
    For 16 years Hazelett has participated in Special Olympics Allen County. She’s also a member of Team Indiana and will compete this summer in Seattle, Washington at the National Special Olympic Games.
    “It’s fun,” said the 27-year old.
    “Our organization helps athletes with intellectual disabilities have the opportunity to play and compete in sports,” said Julie Burkholder, the Northeast Indiana Regional Manager of Special Olympics Indiana.
    Burkholder has a son who is a Special Olympic athlete. She said the program offers those with disabilities the opportunity to be ...

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    Wednesday, January 24, 2018   /   by Jerry Morrow Support Team

    Fort Wayne’s Addison Agen shares update on her music, career plans

    KEVIN KILBANE

    Kkilbane@news-sentinel.com


    Addison Agen answers questions Wednesday afternoon during a Facebook Live interview in the News-Sentinel.com newsroom. (Photo by Dan Vance of news-sentinel.com)


    Fort Wayne’s Addison Agen talked about upcoming concerts, career plans and just hanging out in Fort Wayne during a visit Wednesday to News-Sentinel.com.

    Here’s a recap of highlights from our conversation with “The Voice” runner-up before and during a Facebook Live interview.
    To see the interview, go to our Facebook page or look for video of the interview Thursday on our website:
    WELCOME HOME CONCERTS
    Addison, 16, is excited about her sold-out concerts at 4:30 and 8 p.m. Sunday at the Embassy Theatre.
    • Adam Levine of the pop group Maroon 5, who served as her celebrity coach on “The Voice,” was thinking of coming to one of the Embassy concerts, Addison said. Levine had to cancel that plan when his manager and long ...

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    Wednesday, January 24, 2018   /   by Jerry Morrow Support Team

    5 FURNITURE ARRANGEMENT TIPS TO FIX AN AWKWARD SPACE

    SEPTEMBER 28, 2017 BY PEGGY PARDO


    Have you ever walked into a room that just felt “off”? A lot of times, that can be attributed to the way the furniture is arranged. A bad furniture arrangement can throw off the whole room. Arranging furniture effectively is one of the most important design decisions you can make for a room because it affects the mood, perceived size, and functionality of it. The right furniture arrangement can mean the difference between having a room that is inviting and comfortable and one that is off-putting and awkward.
    At first, it may seem overwhelming to figure out if there isn’t an obvious way to arrange it that accomplishes these things. Some spaces are particularly challenging. That’s where certain tricks come in handy. Here are 5 simple furniture arrangement tips that make it easy for you create a room that looks and feels welcoming.




    Furniture Arrangement Tips
    1 CHOOSE A FOCAL POINT
    A focal point ancho ...

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