Friday, January 16, 2009

Good News Friday

A quick Google news search turned up several items of good news that might help warm us up a little:
Fort Wayne and Swiss Re Plan New Office Building
Inside INdiana Business (press release), IN - Jan 15, 2009
A Swiss company and the City of Fort Wayne are planning a new, environmentally-friendly office building.

Ivy Tech in Fort Wayne sees jump in numbers
News Sentinel, IN - Jan 15, 2009
The Fort Wayne campus increased by more than 1000 students for the spring semester over last year.

ITT donates night-vision equipment to city, county
Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly, IN - 7 hours ago
The company develops and makes military communications equipment resistant to jamming and eavesdropping at its Fort Wayne-based Communications Systems.

Consulting Firm Relocating in Fort Wayne
Inside INdiana Business (press release), IN - 20 hours ago
Fort Wayne-based Prairie Quest Consulting has announced it is moving to a larger location in the city.

Patent lifts prospects
Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly, IN - 2 hours ago
But a Fort Wayne entrepreneur just received a patent on an invention he expects to revolutionize the industry.

Eric Wedge doesn't forget hometown
News Sentinel, IN - Jan 15, 2009
Wedge's determination to forge ahead, no matter what the odds, continues to pay dividends for his family, the Indians and even his hometown of Fort Wayne ...

Dreyer's will shift some production to Fort Wayne, IN - Jan 13, 2009
Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream Inc. will move some production to its Fort Wayne plant after deciding to stop production at a facility in Houston.

TinCaps Front Office Expanding
OurSports Central (press release), WI - 19 hours ago
Fort Wayne, IN - The TinCaps have been busy expanding the front office in preparation for the additional needs of Fort Wayne's newly constructed downtown ...

Salvation Army meets 95 percent of fundraising goal
News Sentinel, IN - 4 hours ago
“We are very thankful for the generosity of the community and will use this money to help those in need in Fort Wayne throughout 2009,” said Maj.
See? Not so bad.

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