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Street closures for Fourth of July fireworks event

There will be a few street closures on Saturday from 8:30 - 11 p.m. to allow for the Fourth of July fireworks show downtown.
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S.R. 930 bridge work scheduled to begin Wednesday, March 25th

INDOT announces that bridge work is to begin on S.R. 930/Coliseum Boulevard over E. Washington Boulevard on Wednesday, March 25, weather permitting.
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Traffic Alert: Jefferson/Washington closed overnight

Two separate street closures are needed overnight to continue utility work in the City's downtown.
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FWPD: Fatal Motorcycle Accident

This morning at 6:49 AM, the FWPD responded to the intersection of E. Jefferson Blvd and Ewing St. on a report of an injury accident involving a motorcycle.
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Street closures for Fourth of July fireworks event

Street closures for Fourth of July fireworks event.
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Traffic Alert: Lane restriction on West Washington

Traffic Alert: Lane restriction on West Washington.
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From blight to beautiful: 800 block of West Washington transformed

Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry joined Belay Corporation officials today in opening the doors to two new and one rehabbed home in the 800 block of West Washington Boulevard.

FWPD: Barricade Investigation

News release from the Fort Wayne Police Department: Barricade InvestigationDate/Time: August 4, 2012 / 10:53 pmLocation: 4606 E. Washington Blvd., Travelers InnArrested: Andrew N....

FWPD: Shooting Investigation at 900 East Washington Blvd.

News release from the FWPD: Shooting Investigation Date/Time of Incident: June 26th, 2012 at 2:22 P.M.Location of Incident: 900 East Washington BlvdVictim: Male AdultDetails: On...

Public open houses set for Washington, Jefferson study; Mayor invites ideas

Press release from the City of Fort Wayne: Public open houses set for Washington, Jefferson study; Mayor invites ideas Goal is to make downtown corridors more...