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“A Candlelight Vigil for Unity” will be taking place on the Allen County Courthouse Green tonight at 7:30 pm.

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This time of the summer is usually referred to as the “dog days,” due to excessive heat and lethargy that results from it. Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation held an event to give the dogs their own summer day.

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With riverfront development construction underway in Fort Wayne, the City and the parks department are left to decide on the promenade’s aesthetics. During a meeting of the parks board on Thursday, a sculpture was chosen to serve as the promenade’s centerpiece.

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Fort Wayne’s AWS Foundation is celebrating its ten-year anniversary in 2017, and to celebrate the occasion, AWS presented a donation to the community.

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The Fort Wayne Bonsai Club is preparing to attend the annual Chicago Bonsai Show on August 19th.

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Parents and their kids may find it difficult to adapt to a new routine when the school year begins. For students who are homeless, it can be even more challenging.

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Members of Indiana’s Black Legislative Caucus held a town hall at the Allen County Public Library on Saturday afternoon.

Last night the transmitter for Classical 94.1 WBNI sustained some damage due to isolated storms, which is currently disrupting the signal.   The issue is being looked at by an engineer and we hope to have the signal back up and running soon. We apologize for the inconvenience. In the meantime, you can listen to our online stream at wbni.org or with the Classical 94.1 WBNI app on your mobile device.  Thank you for your patience. 

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Legislators are back in their districts during the House’s August recess. Indiana’s third district representative Jim Banks used that time to hold a town hall meeting in Auburn Tuesday afternoon.

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An Embassy Theater Program called SCORE! presents their annual musical this Sunday. The show is created and performed by middle school students.

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