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Staybridge Suites Fort Wayne - Fort Wayne, Indiana
Hotel and Resort photography & video by PhotoWeb (photowebusa.com) Ideally located in Fort Wayne, IN off I-69 and US 24 and just five miles from downtown, the Staybridge Suites Fort Wayne offers easy access to Fort Wayne International Airport. Our hotel is also near many prominent businesses as well as popular area attractions. This pet friendly Fort Wayne extended stay hotel offers easy access to shopping and movies. The Jefferson Pointe Shopping Center, located less than five miles away, has over 60 specialty shops, from Vera Bradley to Barnes and Noble, and an 18-screen move theater. Guests can also attend various college sporting events at Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne, just a short distance from our Fort Wayne accommodations. Business travelers in town for an extended stay will appreciate our Fort Wayne hotel's location near corporate offices such as Fort Wayne Metals, Coca-Cola Bottlers and the TI Automotive Group. For added convenience, the hotel's 24-hour business center is available to accommodate your business needs. Our guests enjoy the sense of community they experience at our hotel, which offers a sports court, an outdoor barbecue pavilion and a cozy lobby with a fireplace. Other amenities include free laundry facilities, a 24-hour fitness center and grocery shopping services. For a great location and excellent amenities, choose Staybridge Suites in Fort Wayne, IN for your next vacation or business trip ...
By Russ McQuaid INDIANAPOLIS – When Judge Shelia Carlisle decided that Mark Leonard’s Richmond Hill trial should hit the road to find an unbiased jury, her ruling put a high cost on Marion County’s pursuit for justice. Prosecutor Terry Curry told Fox59 News he will have to ask the City County Council for more money […]
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) - A former Indianapolis financier in federal prison for a $200 million investment fraud has been ordered to pay $1 million over the disputed auction of a 1930 Duesenberg automobile.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of a former Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne chancellor's bid to gain access to a investigative report about his complaint against by former.