St. John the Baptist Catholic School and Parish serve the community by raising over $5,000 for the homeless! The St. John community also participated in the HOMEWARD BOUND walk on Sunday, April 29 at
Memorial Day is coming soon; the unofficial start of Summer. I know we are all looking forward to a fun and safe summer.
While many school children get the summer off, we adults have to work during the
The Downtown North River Task Force recently held its initial meeting to begin studying opportunities for the development of land just north of the city center and the St. Marys River. The area encompasses
If you get laid off or “downsized,” it’s unquestionably a tough break, and it can be stressful in many ways. However, if you make the right investment-related moves, the loss of a
As you are probably aware there is a major emphasis on expanding and improving the Greenway System. This system of walk/run and bicycle paths started out as the “River Greenway System” 20
LLOYD C. BALL, 90, of Woodburn, Allen County, died Saturday, April 7, 2007, at 8:30 p.m., at Village of Heritage Nursing Home, Monroeville. Born February 24, 1917, in Monroeville, he was the son of
RAYMOND W. HENRY, 72, of Fort Wayne, died Tuesday, May 1, 2007, at Hospice Home. Born January 18, 1935, in Fort Wayne, he was a farmer, retiring in 1992.
He was a member of Peace Lutheran Church and
RICHARD P. “DICK” McCORMICK, 65, of Fort Wayne, died Monday, April 30, 2007, at his residence. Born in Fort Wayne, he was the son of the late Ruby and Manford McCormick. He worked for Labrato
CAROL DELORES NICHTER, 77, of Fort Wayne, died Thursday, April 26, 2007, in New Haven. Born August 21, 1929, in Coatsville, Indiana, she was a homemaker.
She was a former member of St. Andrews Catholic
PACK 3322 HOLDS PINEWOOD DERBY
Pack 3322, sponsored by Calvary United Methodist Church, held their annual Pinewood Derby in the Church’s fellowship hall. Kevin Adams and Nick Brown acted as judges
UP, DOWN, AND ALL AROUND FAITH
Yes, you and I know that life has its ups and downs, and we all want to be living on the up side of life with a joy filled heart, full of love, received and running over
Ted Crawford (Anthony Hopkins) is a remarkably successful airline entrepreneur with an enormous residence (to call it a house would be insulting), a crew of landscapers, and a beautiful wife Jennifer
Before I get started, I want to thank all of my readers for the e-mails and phone calls letting me know how much you appreciate my articles. I really enjoy writing these and I am happy to hear how many
Editors Note: The Waynedale News receives an abundance of press releases and articles for each issue. Information that has a focus on Waynedale is given the highest priority. We try to evaluate all
Scott Glaze, Chairman and CEO of Fort Wayne Metals Research Products Corporation, has joined the Tower Bank & Trust Company board of directors. He has been involved in national and international
R J ‘s Auto Service offers auto tune-ups and brake repair for most makes and models.
20 years experience.
By appointment only.
The Heart Implant Journal
30 Nov. ’84
Just woke up. It’s 3 P.M. After a 12-hour shift taking care of Schroeder, I needed 12 hours of sleep.
Dr. Heime from Germany arrived late yesterday evening
Hats Off to Veterans program asks you to Honor a Hospitalized Veteran
Civilians coping with the demands of everyday life often forget the sacrifice of our soldiers. As we pay the rent and go shopping
May in the hills!—what a pleasure! It is only equaled by October, when the warm season says “good-bye” instead of “hello.”
It is a pleasure to get up early and watch dawn break
On May 5, The History Center opened a new season of programs at the Chief Richardville House, 5705 Bluffton Road. The first Saturdays of each month, May through November, have been designated as “Miami
Dr. Gordon E. Damman, D.D.S., opened his lecture Civil War Medicine: An Overview, Tuesday, April 17th at The Lincoln Museum with the humorous proposal that bitten bullets collected from the Civil War
Oil and gas wells are being drilled in Indiana at a pace that hasn’t been seen for at least 15 years, according to Herschel McDivitt, director of the DNR Division of Oil and Gas.
In 2006, the division
Doug Hackbarth, owner of Broadview Florist and Greenhouses carefully orders, labels and prepares 100,000 plants that will find new homes in Waynedale lawns, gardens and gravesites within a two-week
The new bridge being built at Lower Huntington Road and Ardmore Avenue continues on schedule according to Rick Evan, the project manager. The pilings have all been driven and work continues on the deck.
With a diploma in hand, many young graduates are ready to take the workforce by storm. Yet, with a regular income comes more responsibility, says Mike Sullivan, director of education for Take Charge