The ladies of Mis Dannies: Danielle, Misti and Mary want to thank our friends & neighbors of Waynedale and the surrounding areas for a fantastic first year open. We served over 2500 clients this
Southern Comfort Diner is located at 6433 Bluffton Road, Fort Wayne, IN. Our contact number is 260-387-5361. We have remodeled with new décor! Owners are Mike & Karen Spillers.
Our hours are Monday
Wunderkammer Company announced the initial exhibition of the Fort Wayne 1×1 Photography Project. Its scheduled grand opening happened on Saturday, December 15, 2012 in Wunderkammer Company’s
Pretend you’re in charge of setting the schedule for your studio’s film releases. It’s a few weeks before Christmas and the weekend before The Hobbit comes out. Meanwhile, Thanksgiving
The City of Fort Wayne works hard to make sure that basic services are provided to all of our residents. Our nationally recognized water utility provides reliable and high quality water at an affordable
Visit the Senate, Share Your Thoughts on Issues Affecting Hoosiers
As the 2013 session of the Indiana General Assembly draws near, I would like to take the opportunity to invite you and your family to
GERALDINE “GERRY” ANKER passed away at home on December 11, 2012. She was the daughter of Carl Roland Pelfrey and Ola Howard Pelfrey Rhoades.
Born at Calla, Kentucky (White Oak Creek)
LOIS I. THOMPSON, 85, of Fort Wayne passed away on Saturday, December 1, 2012 at her residence. She was born on December 4, 1926 in Fort Wayne to the late Tim and Ruth (Walda) Bolton. She worked for
If you depend on fixed-income investments for at least part of your income, you probably haven’t been too happy in recent years, as interest rates have hit historic lows. Nonetheless, even in
It was Herb who discovered it. He went into the Read Me Now bookstore to ask Sarah if she had the latest Farmer’s Almanac (he always plants vegetables in the bowels of something) and found she
If you have a friend or someone in your family that is really into gardening, or even into floral designing, your local garden center or local florist may be a great source for those hard-to-find stocking
The truth will always be the truth…no matter how much the politicians lie.
Did you read about the guy who was badly mauled when he jumped from the elevated train, into the
Editors Note: The Community Calendar is a free announcement service for non-profit and not-for-profit organizations’ events. Although this is a free service provided please consider a $5 to $10 donation
Who would have thought when I put out a call in my previous column for readers to share special Christmas quilts with me that I would discover a quilting friend of mine designed and created “Oh!
How in the world did I ever get in this shape? I was going along comfortably in my holler home when disaster struck. I had developed pleurisy after recent surgery and was taking Phenergan along with
Not all back problems are created equal. One person may have been working on a home improvement project and injured her back while simultaneously bending and twisting. Another person may have developed
On Veteran’s Day, Terry Felix and Jeremy Burdick from the IPFW ROTC presented a certificate to Norma VonGunten, a resident of Kingston Residence Assisted Living on Winchester Road. Her husband
On December 13, Sister Gayle Rusbasan, OSF, visited the St. Joseph campus of St. Joseph-St. Elizabeth School to talk about vocations to the Religious life and the priesthood. Sister Gayle spoke to the
The St. Joseph Community Health Foundation, a ministry sponsored by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, announces $488,257 in grants to local organizations to improve the health, wellness and health
Mrs. George McCutcheon (Marietta) is pictured with her son Thomas McCutcheon. Marietta lives in Waynedale and Tom also lives in Waynedale with his wife, Kay. Tom’s daughter, Ann Smith is shown
Our Holiday Celebration at the Roller Dome on Bluffton Road last Saturday was a great success. I am very thankful for all the generous persons and businesses that helped out with donations of money
St. Joseph-St. Elizabeth School first graders and their families have been busy baking and selling cookies for the first graders’ annual “Cookies for Christ” sale.
Cookies were bagged
On December 3rd, Jaylon Smith got a call from the principal’s office. As he wandered through the halls to the office he thought, “I bet they want me to play basketball…Oh man, I want