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Fort Wayne roundup: The News-Sentinel's top 7 stories for Thursday



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Thursday, March 07, 2013 07:03 pm
Long-term care facility, Habitat for Humanity file project plansLong Term Care Investments LLC of South Bend has filed plans a $15 million, 53,345 square-foot skilled nursing care facility on 5.5 acres of the site that was to have been the Ridgewood Medical Park at Aboite Center and West Jefferson. The Fort Wayne Plan Commission could consider the proposal next month. Fort Wayne Habitat for Humanity, meanwhile, has filed plans to develop its first large-scale residential area in Fort Wayne. READ MORE

Melting snow could bring flooding to Fort Wayne area

The National Weather Service is warning that higher temperatures this weekend could cause the large amount of snow the area received this week to melt and lead to potential flooding. Fort Wayne received about 9 inches of snow overnight Tuesday, added to 1 inch already on the ground. Above-freezing temperatures have some of that depth disappearing. READ MORE

FWCS addresses delay in snow closure

Tuesday evening's massive snowfall resulted in the greater Fort Wayne area seeing as much as 10 inches of accumulation and ultimately resulted in school being canceled for Wednesday - but not as quickly as some might have liked, FWCS spokeswoman Krista Stockman acknowledged. READ MORE

Battle rages over 'raw' dairy products

State law won't allow them to sell their product to retail customers in Indiana. Federal law prohibits distribution across state lines, even though Ohio is just six miles away. Got milk? Mark Grieshop and Troy Fisher do, and thanks to the growing interest in natural and organic foods their “raw milk” business is booming despite government regulations and warnings to the contrary. READ MORE FROM KEVIN LEININGER'S COLUMN

No slowing down for 75-year-old Indiana coaching legend

Bill Patrick will retire from coaching high school basketball one day. He's in no hurry. He's only 75. Patrick notched his 700th win this season, and once again he's taking Tippecanoe Valley to the regional, brandishing a brand of fundamentally sound, team-first basketball that never goes out of fashion. READ MORE FROM REGGIE HAYES' COLUMN

Video: Retiring Jeff Saturday thanks his greatest Colts teammates

Calling Indianapolis his home, Jeff Saturday praised his former teammates and fans as he signed a one-day contract Thursday and retired as a member of the Colts. VIEW THE VIDEO

Live chat: Marjorie Stephens of the Better Business Bureau of Northern Indiana

In a live chat with The News-Sentinel on Thursday, Marjorie Stephens of the Better Business Bureau answered questions and offered tips on how consumers and businesses can protect themselves from scams. READ THE CHAT TRANSCRIPT


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