Seeking to alleviate problems of the homeless, Vincent Village, Inc. – a transitional shelter in Fort Wayne serving homeless families and children since 1989 — is offering a farm to table dinner
Trains of all sizes will pull into Science Central for the science center’s 14th annual Festival of Trains, Friday, November 23 through Sunday, November 25. Science Central will be open Friday
I am not an original “Waynedaler”; I am a “transplant.” My husband and I moved to the Waynedale greater area from Aboite three years ago. For years I had driven
A popular trend in children’s movie is to mix nostalgia or kitche with the aesthetic or the plot so that the film is appealing to both children and their parents, celebrating childhood memories
Have you recently received a pension buyout offer? If so, you need to decide if you should take the buyout, which could provide you with a potentially large lump sum, or continue accepting your regular
As most of you know, I truly believe neighborhoods are the heart of our community. As a city councilman and as Mayor, I’ve been committed to strengthening our neighborhoods and helping to make
Perhaps it’s hard to believe, but election season is over and the start of Indiana’s 2013 legislative session is just around the corner. Next Tuesday, November 20, my fellow lawmakers and
With Thanksgiving fast approaching, I have been thinking about the many things for which I am thankful. One of those things is our fantastic staff here at the Wayne Township Trustee’s Office.
JOHN R. CROGHAN SR., 82, of Fort Wayne, passed away Thursday, November 8, 2012 at his home. He was born April 14, 1930 in Fort Wayne to the late Fred H. and Gladys (McCristy) Croghan. He worked at Dana
KELLY SUE YURKOVIC went home to be in her heavenly resting place, joining her parents, family, and friends. She was born October 23, 1957 in Fort Wayne to the late Kenneth J. and Helen J. (Bowdy) Ream.
MARTIN (MARTY) ESTON SHIPLEY, 53, of Ossian, passed away Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at his home, after he lost a four-year battle with cancer. He was born October 29, 1959 in New York. He was employed
JOHN EDWARD STARK, 67, of Fort Wayne passed away Saturday, November 10, 2012 at Lutheran Hospital. He was born April 11, 1945 in Fort Wayne to the late William and Irene (Trostle) Stark McCague. He
“Sometimes it’s good to just walk around slowly and quietly and look and think. This morning was one of those times. I didn’t get mildly out of breath the way Doc wanted me to, but
Bishop Desmond Tutu will celebrate his 81st birthday soon. The accomplishments of his eight decades are well-known and many. We know the story: For most of his life he has labored in the racial tension
Getting Amaryllis into bloom usually takes about six to eight weeks from the time you plant the bulb and get it growing, so late October, early November is a good time to start. These large bulbs are
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They fall nearly a month apart: Veterans Day and Pearl Harbor Day. These two days commemorate the sacrifices made by American men and women in defense of their country. People of the “greatest
The leaves have fallen off the mulberry tree; one by one they drifted down to cover the ground with their autumn gold. They clung tightly to the tree through the wind and snow, but the frost last night
It will take more than a GPS to
get you to heaven
I detest Thanksgiving,
Serve the stuffing’s no more.
The cranberries are acidic,
The mashed potatoes a bore.
For those who grew up in the revivalistic tradition, we heard the same basic sermon every Sunday: “You are sinner. Repent or you’re going to hell. And you better get to it, because Jesus
The Headwaters Park Outdoor Ice Skating Rink will open at Noon on Sunday, November 18, for its tenth season with a free skating afternoon from Noon until 4 PM. Admission fees will be waived for all
Hidden physical “gotchas” can slow us down even when we’re eating high-quality, nutritious food and doing regular vigorous physical exercise. You drop your keys, bend over to pick
Albuquerque-based writer and former mule packer Slim Randles will receive The Rounders Award at a reception October 16 at Governor Susana Martinez’s residence in Santa Fe.
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