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FORT WAYNE, Ind., Feb.
By Lehman, Bruce With two locations in Fort Wayne and an online expansion to Detroit in the works, Director Nicole Rennaker says, "The Neighborhood Learning Place offers a long list of programs and techniques designed as supplemental academic support for pre-K to adults students.
By Jennifer L. Boen, The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Ind. Jul. 31--Myo Aung, 39, has type I diabetes and gives himself two shots of insulin each day. He spent 12 years in refugee camps in Thailand after fleeing his homeland of Burma and arrived in Fort Wayne in 2005.
By Jennifer L. Boen, The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Ind. Jul. 31--Every chair in the waiting room was occupied at ASK Ministries' clinic for Burmese refugees this week. Since opening in January, the free monthly clinic has seen its patients more than triple.
By Bob Caylor, The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Ind. Jul. 31--If she's elected governor, Jill Long Thompson would use tax credits, direct investment and executive directives to encourage the development of "green jobs" in Indiana.
By Cindy Larson, The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Ind. Jul. 29--It's been a long time coming, but Don Chava's Mexican Grill is finally open at 1234 N. Wells St. It's owned by the same people who own Cebolla's Mexican Grill, and about 40 percent of Don Chava's menu is taken from Cebolla's.
By Cindy Larson, The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Ind. Jul. 25--Fido and Fluffy have two fewer places to shop in Fort Wayne. Both local Petland pet-supply stores closed June 29, said Julie Washburn, public relations coordinator for Petland Inc.
By Jennifer L. Boen, The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Ind. Jul. 23--At what was once Parkview Health's flagship hospital, "mock rooms" in empty space help determine what will -- and won't -- be needed at the new $490 million facility that, in many ways, will replace it.
By Jennifer L. Boen, The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Ind. Jul. 22--With a grove of trees on one side, cropland on the other and indoor amenities such as a state-of-the-art theater room, country meets city at Sycamore Village, the area's newest housing complex for people 55 and older.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. _ It's just like Mom would make or even better _ at least that's what these two dads hope.
- A morbid dread of being buried alive. Also spelled 'taphiphobia'.