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Doug Fasick, City Utilities' senior program manager for energy engineering and sustainability services, displays a boiler used to convert methane into heat used by the sewer treatment plant. Soon, however, the gas will be used to produce electricity. (News-Sentinel photos by Kevin Leininger)
Who would’ve thought that the source of a nearly endless supply of “green” energy would turn out to be brown?      More..
Visitors to the Wabash and Erie Canal can enjoy a 35-minute floating trip on the Delphi, a replica of a 19th-century canal boat. (Courtesy photo)
In 1825, the Erie Canal was completed to great fanfare. Cannon fire, parades, balls and speeches celebrated the speed and skill with which New Yorkers built “the longest canal in the world,” as one eyewitness erroneously called it.      More..
Members of the Southwest Fire District hold a banner welcoming Cindy Fankhanel and her two sons John Louis, 12, and Julian, 6, to Fort Wayne.
Dirk Fankhanel idolized the fire departments in the United States.

Already a firefighter in his homeland of Germany, the husband and father of two wished for the chance to travel to the U.S.      More..
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Allen County’s Republican Party chairman is offering suggestions for how the Fort Wayne City Council can take some of the sting out of its recent decision to end collective bargaining rights for 500 municipal workers.

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Here is a selected listing of births in Allen County hospitals sent to the Allen County Bureau of Vital Records through July 13. Only cities in The News-Sentinel’s circulation area are included.      More..

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