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THE PUB CRAWL: Duesy’s Sports Bar and Grille

March is a pretty darn good month for beer. Actually, every month is. But between St. Patrick's Day and March Madness, there is a lot to celebrate with some suds this month. If we were 10 years younger, we would be in the thick of Saturday's festivities (we are looking at you Deer Park), ...

SCAN’s Casa fundraiser fills the spot, helps children

Pasta and salad were flying Wednesday for SCAN’s 33rd annual Brown Bag Lunch fundraiser. Over 150 volunteers helped, including those who got their assembly lines going in space donated by The Summit, 1025 W. Rudisill Blvd., to fill containers with Casa Ristoranti Italiano donated pasta, ...

Judge Andrea R. Trevino named as Allen County Superior Court replacement

Gov. Eric J. Holcomb on Thursday announced Judge Andrea R. Trevino as his appointment to the Allen County Superior Court, Family Relations Division. She will succeed Judge Daniel Heath, who retired last month. Trevino has served as a magistrate judge in Allen County Circuit Court since ...

NS Special: Kenna Davis uses cancer experience to help others

Second of two parts Sometimes when a cancer diagnosis is given, people pull back and pull in. They want few people to know, sometimes even family members, because the news is intensely personal, a challenge to everything a person is. Fears, faith and relationships are challenged and tested as ...

BBB TIPS: Home improvement scams — research contractors first

Consumers begin to think of home improvements as Spring approaches. Before you begin your search, do your homework. The scenario: A homeowner was considering adding a deck to her backyard landscaping. While searching for contractors, her boyfriend suggested a contractor that both of them ...

Fort Wayne shooting on Broadway leaves man dead, woman in good condition

A man is dead and a woman is recovering after an early-morning shooting behind a Broadway bar. The Fort Wayne Police Department responded at 2:40 a.m. Thursday to the intersection of Van Buren Street and Michaels Avenue on a report of a shooting, according to police spokesman Christopher ...

Cause of fire near Fort Wayne home’s wood stove is investigated

A fire Thursday morning caused moderate damage to a Paulding Road home after it started near a wood stove, according to the Fort Wayne Fire Department. Firefighters responded at 10:30 a.m. to a house fire at 1906 E. Paulding Road within a few blocks of the fire station. Firefighters found ...

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: March 15 in photos

News-Sentinel.com takes a daily look back at some of the historical people and events from our archives for this day of the calendar year through the years. We hope you enjoy our gallery.

Northeast Indiana has second contestant on ‘The Voice’

Northeast Indiana has a second contestant heading into the battle round this season on the NBC vocal talent show "The Voice." Jordan Kirkdorffer, 28, a native of New Paris, south of Goshen, earned a spot on celebrity coach Blake Shelton's team Monday night by singing "In Case You Didn't Know" ...

HEALTH SENTINEL: A user’s guide to therapy on your smartphone

More than 75 percent of Americans now own a smartphone, up from just 35 percent in 2011, according to Pew Research Center studies published in 2017. When on our smartphones, time is increasingly spent on applications, or apps, with U.S. smartphone users averaging 3 hours, 23 minutes a day ...

Fort Wayne baby’s death ruled homicide; father charged in death

The Allen County Coroner’s Office has ruled the death of a 2½-month-old boy a homicide and his father is charged in the case after allegedly telling Fort Wayne Police he spanked the child. Lxzander Carrillo died of a skull fracture that caused hemorrhaging, according to the coroner's ...

NS Special: Kenna Davis fought cancer head-on to become an inspiration

First of two parts Nobody ever fully heals from cancer. You have to survive it because it always takes something away, even from the strongest people. The determining factor is sometimes whether it leaves you enough. Did the doctors find it in time that you had enough to hold on to fight ...

Stephen Hawking, tourist of the universe, dead at 76

PARIS (AP) — In his final years, the only thing connecting the brilliant physicist to the outside world was a couple of inches of frayed nerve in his cheek. As slowly as a word per minute, Stephen Hawking used the twitching of the muscle under his right eye to grind out his thoughts on a ...