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Community members joined leaders from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and the City-County Council Thursday night for a discussion on police relations, the first in a series of planned events.

The council created the event in light of a Police Merit Board's decision not to fire the two officers who killed Aaron Bailey last year, and it comes as councillors consider a proposal that could make changes to that board.

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During the summer months, downtown Fort Wayne’s roads will become more crowded with residents taking advantage of comfortable temperatures. This will lead to more cyclists sharing the road with motorists, requiring greater safety measures from each.

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The City of Fort Wayne unveiled a new 1.5-mile section of the State Visionary Trail, along Bluffton Road between Lower Huntington Road and West Foster Park.

The lineup for Fort Wayne’s third annual Middle Waves music festival was announced at Hop River Brewing Thursday night.

State Awards Dual-Language Grants

May 31, 2018
Tony Sandleben

  Ten Indiana schools have received state grant money to continue or start dual-language immersion programs for students.  Each will use about $50,000 dollars to help teach students lessons in two languages at once.

 

In Muncie, teachers say a Spanish-English kindergarten program that began last year teaches students in Spanish 80 percent of the time.

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