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Paul McCartney will play his first concert ever at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum next June.

 

On Monday, Coliseum officials announced the June 3 stop as part of a stateside leg of McCartney’s Freshen Up Tour, currently performing in Canada.

 

Tickets for the Coliseum concert will go on sale Monday, Sept. 17 at 10 a.m. local time. They will be available at Ticketmaster outlets, online at ticketmaster.com, or charge by phone at 1-800-745-3000.

 

Buckeye Partners

Officials have scooped up or vacuumed up much of the more than 8,000 gallons of jet fuel that leaked into the St. Mary’s River in Adams County Friday.

 

The fuel was being transported through a pipeline under the water in the river. The pipeline is operated by Buckeye Partners out of Texas.

 

As a batching line, the pipeline in Decatur often transports a variety of finished fuel products, such as jet fuel and gasoline, said Marty White, a spokesman for Buckeye at the incident command center in Adams County.

Phil Nicholls

Sarah McQuaid is an accomplished singer, songwriter and guitarist living in rural England, with five solo albums under her belt, and a drive to connect with her fans on both sides of the Atlantic.

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A Pennsylvania prosecutor is investigating a misconduct allegation against Bishop Kevin Rhoades of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend. The allegation is being investigated by the Dauphin County District Attorney’s office and Pennsylvania ChildLine.

The Diocese of Harrisburg, where Bishop Kevin Rhoades previously served, confirmed to the online publication PennLive.com Thursday that an allegation of misconduct was filed against Rhoades recently. Pennsylvania authorities stress this is an allegation and Rhoades has not been charged with any wrongdoing.

Ground Zero 360 Exhibit Opens In Indianapolis

Sep 7, 2018
Steve Burns / WFIU/WTIU News

 

A traveling exhibit stopping in Indianapolis puts a face on some of the nearly 3,000 lives lost on September 11.

Ground Zero 360 opened Friday at the Indiana War Memorial.

The exhibit allows people to hear first responder calls, touch pieces of the World Trade Center and see artifacts from those who died.

Family members of victims and first responders who were working that day attended the opening.

Paul McCormack is a retired NYPD Deputy Inspector and says he remembers part of that day vividly.

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