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AUBURN — Redirecting Children’s Behavior parent education training will take place at the Children First Center, 1752 Wesley Road, beginning Tuesday.
The American Association of Private Railroad Car Owners’ Pine Tree Limited travels along the Norfolk Southern rail line east of Kendallville Thursday afternoon on its way through Corunna, Waterloo and Butler. The special train, which included 36 passenger cars from the 1930s to the 1950s, departed Chicago earlier in the day and was on its way to Portland, Maine, where AAPRCO will hold its annual convention. To watch a video of the train, go to...
A fairness hearing for a $1 million class-action lawsuit against LaGrange County Sheriff Terry Martin was adjourned Thursday to allow for publication to the class, according to a summary of the proceedings.
AUBURN — The DeKalb County Soil and Water Conservation District has received a $2,500 grant from the Community Foundation of DeKalb County to support its Ash Tree Replacement Program.
AUBURN — Union tradesmen donated their time and skills to build a wheelchair ramp for a fellow member in Auburn on Sept. 6.
AUBURN — A headline in Thursday’s edition incorrectly said the Community Foundation of DeKalb County’s new office building will be dedicated Tuesday. Instead, he outdoor plaza next to the office building will be dedicated Tuesday. The office building will be dedicated at a later date.
The advertisement in the Active Lifestyles publication inserted in The Star on Thursday had the incorrect date for the Senior Bash.
FORT WAYNE — Cannons will thunder along the St. Joseph River and 19th-century infantry re-enactors will fire a volley of muskets from a gravesite atop a hill, and the 40th Johnny Appleseed Festival will be under way.
FORT WAYNE (AP) — Steel Dynamics forecast a strong third-quarter profit this week, citing increased shipments and solid demand from key markets.
AUBURN — When wealth management adviser David Hefty of Auburn gave his twice-annual report to clients Thursday night, it should have helped their dinners digest well.
HAMILTON — The Hamilton Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a “meet the candidates” night Tuesday, Oct. 14, from 7-9 p.m.