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Miskelly Chiropractic Center would like to announce the recent addition of Dr. Scott Eckelbarger to the practice.

"I am excited to have the opportunity to be involved with a practice which has some of the most up to date Chiropractic treatment equipment," said Dr. Eckelbarger.

Dr. Eckelbarger is a Fort Wayne native who has been with the practice for about two months. Before returning to Fort Wayne, he spent a majority of his career owning his own practice in Indianapolis. Dr. Eckelbarger...

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Students at New Tech Academy at Wayne High School will present their ideas for downtown redevelopment to community leaders Friday, April 11.

Students worked with the Deputy Mayor's Office to propose redevelop ideas for a 6-square mile section of downtown Fort Wayne. To prepare, students analyzed ancient city beginnings, world city structures and current Fort Wayne city planning. They also visited the new Envision Center to help prepare their ideas and to better understand the needs of our...

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About 24 million Americans have diabetes, about half of whom are women. Diabetes means that your blood glucose (sugar) is too high. Your blood always has some glucose in it because the body uses glucose for energy; it's the fuel that keeps you going. But too much glucose in the blood is not good for your health. If not controlled, diabetes can lead to blindness, heart disease, stroke, kidney failure, amputations and nerve damage.

Pre-diabetes means that your blood glucose is higher than normal...

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At Canterbury School's Spring Book Fair, visitors can chat with award-winning authors, a prima ballerina, and a Brazilian chef. Open to the public, the book fair runs Tuesday through Thursday, April 22-24. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily at Canterbury Lower School, 5601 Covington Road, Fort Wayne.

Canterbury's Spring Book Fair, the only one of its kind in the area, is a marketplace of books, fine arts, artists and authors. It features thousands of hand-selected quality books for...

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The Robert Goldstine Foundation has made a $1 million gift to the University of Saint Francis for the enhancement of its Performing Arts Center at 431 W. Berry St., Fort Wayne, underscoring a long-term friendship between the university and the foundation's creator.

The friendship—and the university's gratitude—will be displayed when the building's name is lettered as the Robert Goldstine Performing Arts Center to proclaim the legacy to all.

The gift will be used to enhance the building's...

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The Shindigz National Soccer Festival continues the spring-time tradition and returns to the Fort Wayne Sport Club on Saturday, April 12th as 2012 National Champion Indiana University takes on 2013 National Champion University of Notre Dame at 2 p.m.  Enjoy the highest level of men's collegiate soccer at the area's best soccer club venue - plus, half-time activities and more including autograph and photo opportunities with both teams after the game!

Purchase discount tickets in advance for...

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Parkview Research Center’s Prostate Cancer Survivorship program received  proceeds from Blue Ball Open Golf Outing. L-R Rae Gonterman - Sr. VP Cancer Service, Sasha Carrasquillo - Parkview Foundation, Dr. John Crawford, Co-Chairs Kent Hormann and Cynthia Cornwell and Dr. Michael Mirro, Medical Director.

Officials with the Blue Ball Open presented the Parkview Foundation with a check in the amount of $6,200 in support of prostate cancer research. The donation will be appropriated to the Parkview Research Center to help fund ongoing and future prostate cancer research.

"From time to time, I relive the fear of the day I first learned I had prostate cancer. It's because of the awareness campaigns in place that I even thought to be tested," said Kent Hormann, Blue Ball Open Co-Chair. "Donating the...

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Members of the 122nd Fighter Wing will assist with Air Cargo operations, Saturday, April 5th, in a joint effort with the Royal Australian Air Force to aid in the ongoing search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 which has been missing since March 8th. At approximately 10:30 a.m., an Australian Air Force C-17 Globemaster III arrived at the wing to load equipment for a return flight to Australia and the equipment will be used to conduct maritime search operations.

Over the past week, the...

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