ROBBERY UPDATE FROM PROGRESS NEWSPAPER

Fort Wayne police detain one for questioning in Antwerp robbery
Melinda Krick, Editor
Thursday, October 23, 2014 11:12 AM

By MELINDA KRICK

Progress Editor

Fort Wayne police have detained a man for questioning for possible connection to an Antwerp bank robbery Wednesday. Officers apprehended the man, who was inside a car that fled from officers, just before midnight Wednesday.

An incident report provided by Fort Wayne Police Department shows an officer attempted to make a traffic stop of a gray-colored 2005 Chevy Impala, matching the description of a car believed involved an armed robbery of GenFed in Antwerp. After a brief pursuit, the car crashed into a garage in an alley off Swinney Avenue.

Two males ran from the vehicle. One man was taken into custody without incident. The second escaped on foot and remains at large.

Police public information officer Michael Joyner said that the individual, whose name has not been released, “is still being interviewed to see what involvement, if any, he had to the incident in Antwerp.” No arrest has been made.

Officers checked the area around the crash and recovered a cell phone and a weapon, according to the incident report.

The vehicle was verified as having been stolen and was towed from the scene. Authorities have not established whether it was the car used in the robbery early Wednesday.

Paulding County Sheriff Jason Landers could not be reached for comment regarding any developments in the case.

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Do Your Part For The Environment

Countywide recycling day will be held 9-11am Saturday Oct. 11 at the old Terra fertilizer plant on US127 near Latty. See ad in the Paulding Progress Weekly Reminder for list of accepted items @ “progressnewspaper.org”. Click on the picture of the reminder for the week in the list of articles and go to page four(4).
For those of you that like sitting at the computer you can read the “Reminder” on line every week on the Progres website

Tonight – Be Sure To Attend!

Meet the Candidates on Thursday evening
Wednesday, October 08, 2014 11:00 AM

Paulding County voters have a chance to help question candidates and levy representatives in the Nov. 4 General Election during a forum on Thursday, Oct. 9 at the Paulding County Senior Center.

The “Meet the Candidates Night” is a free public, nonpartisan election forum. The Paulding County Progress and the senior center are organizing and promoting the event as a public service.

Doors open at 6 p.m.; the event starts at 6:30 p.m. Voters will have an opportunity to visit with candidates before and after the program.

A drawing will be held for door prizes and refreshments will be served.

Among the participants who will speak Thursday:

• County commissioner candidates Bob Burkley, Georgia Dyson and Mark Holtsberry.

• County Auditor candidate Claudia Fickel.

• Representatives for tax levies for Paulding County Carnegie Library, Paulding County Board of Developmental Disabilities and OSU Extension-Paulding County.

• County native Robert Fry, a candidate for U.S. Congress 5th District.

Invited speakers will make brief presentations, followed by question-and-answer sessions.

Questions are being accepted from the public. Everyone may submit a question using a printed form in this newspaper or in the Weekly Reminder, or by email to progress@progressnewspaper.org.

This is a unique opportunity to make your voice heard and perhaps to influence the outcome of the Nov. 4 election.

For more information, contact the Progress office at 419-399-4015.

Plan now to attend this “Meet the Candidates” event, and be sure to cast your ballot on Nov. 4. Exercise your right to vote.

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Reminiscing This AM

A Facebook friend invited friends to join her at the Berghoff’s Octoberfest in Chicago. That started my trip down memoery lane.

I loved the old Berghoff restaurant on Adams Street in Chicago just a few blocks west of South Michigan Avenue, before the daughter, I believe, took over. It was closed for a short time after she took over. They sold some of the dishes and other items, then reopened as something a little different with a new market in mind. Anyway, the old Berghoff had such a European atmosphere, the waiters wore black dress pants, white shirts, black bowties, and white waist aprons – some of them had been at the Berghoff for over 40 years – I had talked to one waiter who had been gainfully employed there for 50 years, he was then in his 70’s and said he would be lost not going to work everyday. The waiters never wrote the orders down and all seemed to have an accent. The food was great, but now mediocre, but the ambiance that romanticized the gastronomical experiene is gone. Nothing stays the same forever – seems the good never stays the same, but the bad persists.

I attended two Octoberfests in Munich, doubt any other Octoberfest could match the experiences.

Paulding County Progress Newspaper New Website Format

After some technical difficulties yesterday the new website “www.progressnewspaper.org” (same address as before) is online.

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New Website

We’re launching our new website today!!!

Paulding County Progress Newspaper
The Paulding County Progress is unveiling a new website at 11 a.m. today, Sept. 11.
After months of research, hard work and brainstorming, the new progressnewspaper.org is going live Thursday. During the first few days, visitors may experience service interruptions. We regret any inconvenience, but we’re certain you will like the new site.
The progressnewspaper.org site includes a new user-friendly design with more local and area news and more photos. It also includes a true mobile version. Take us for a test spin and see all the new features.

A VIEW WITH A VISION OF WHAT COULD BE.

Originally posted on Paulding Community Blog:

I attended the fundraiser noon luncheon sponsored by the “Courthouse Crew Relay For Life” team last Friday held on the Courthouse lawn. I must comment that I am always impressed with how much money “Relay For Life” raises in Paulding. The luncheon had great attendance.

I sat at a table with some good friends and enjoyed some good conversation and a delicious lunch. As I sat looking at the well maintained Courthouse and the surrounding lawn with the trees and landscaping,  a sudden sense of pride came over me.  As I looked at the view around the square from my vantage point, discounting the empty retail space and lack of building maintenance, and the brick pile, that sense of pride came over me again, the view I was seeing was coming from an envisioning,  a mental  vision of what once was and what now could be. The views of the…

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I Just Can’t Help Myself!

Watched “Monte Python Live” broadcast from England at the Cinema Center Downtown Ft. Wayne  last evening. Little did I know I would be singing this morning “Always look on the bright side of life” with such elation. “Facilitate this”!

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