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Saturday, September 22, 2018

Georgetown Square celebrates 50 years

By Garth Snow gsnow@kpcmedia.com Georgetown Square is dedicating its golden anniversary year to the same public involvement that has made the plaza the downtown of northeast...

5 things you need to know about Electric Works

By Bridgett Hernandez bhernandez@kpcmedia.com Electric Works is hosting a variety of summer programming in an effort to engage the community, spark new ideas and build excitement....

NewAllen: ‘Together we rise’

By Linda Lipp llipp@kpcmedia.com The NewAllen Alliance had a jump on the competition when it applied for economic-development assistance and fast-track funding opportunities through the state’s...

25 years later, shopping center will unbury time capsule

By Bridgett Hernandez bhernandez@kpcmedia.com Time capsules are typically buried for 100 years or more, tucked under the cornerstone of courthouses or churches. Georgetown Square founder Tom...

The last straw

By Megan Knowles mknowles@kpcmedia.com For the Allen County Department of Environmental Management, the last straw is a good thing. The department is encouraging consumers and restaurants to...

Five things you need to know about Design Week

The third annual Design Week Fort Wayne takes place May 7-11 at the Arts United Center, 300 E. Main St. Organized by Dan Swartz, founder...

Casual riders pedal to New Haven Bicycles

To visit New Haven Bicycles at the corner of Main and Broadway is to visit a museum. Scattered among the new and refurbished bikes are vintage models from the early 1900s, spider bikes from the 1970s and a collection of Schwinns from the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s. Hanging on the wall encased in a shipping crate is a 1927 Elgin. The story, according to shop owners Wes and Vaughn Ulmer, is that its owner packed it in 1947 for a move from Minnesota to Detroit but it was never unpacked or ridden again.

Casual riders pedal to New Haven Bicycles

To visit New Haven Bicycles at the corner of Main and Broadway is to visit a museum. Scattered among the new and refurbished bikes are vintage models from the early 1900s, spider bikes from the 1970s and a collection of Schwinns from the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s. Hanging on the wall encased in a shipping crate is a 1927 Elgin. The story, according to shop owners Wes and Vaughn Ulmer, is that its owner packed it in 1947 for a move from Minnesota to Detroit but it was never unpacked or ridden again.

Ink Spot’s first edition honors Frost Illustrated

KPC NEWS SERVICE Fort Wayne Ink Spot published its first edition March 12, featuring a tribute to former Frost Illustrated figure Edward Smith Sr. Ink Spot...

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