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A map showing the latest local section of the Pufferbelly Trail (purple) the Fort Wayne City Council approved funding for.
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On Tuesday, the Fort Wayne City Council approved a $3.1 million final phase of the Pufferbelly Trail that will better connect Fort Wayne to the rest of Northeast Indiana.

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The building, previously owned by the University of St. Francis, will need updates to make it more accessible before the Philharmonic can move in.
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The orchestra now owns and will repurpose a University of St. Francis building on Ewing Street.