My name is Alex Cornwell, I am the president of the Avalon Place Civic Association. The idea of reducing printing rates arose at one of our board meetings. It seemed to us that if many associations
This is Danielle from Mis Dannie’s Accounting & Tax Pro’s.
I’d like to thank you for another great year!
We appreciate all of Waynedale for the awesome support and feedback. Which
The Student Nurses Association of the University of Saint Francis is asking local residents to get chilly for a cause—the Cougar Chill—to raise funds for Hoosier Burn Camp, which provides an expense-free
The Animal Care & Control Department urges pet owners to limit time outside for dogs and to keep cats strictly inside the home during these extreme cold temperatures. Animals are susceptible to
Bishop Luers High School would like to congratulate the winners of the Henry-Keefer Scholarship.
19th Annual Bishop Luers High School Henry-Keefer Scholarship exam results CLASS OF 2018
…TO THE PERSON WHO FOUND MY MONEY ENVELOPE OUTSIDE CHASE BANK, LOWER HUNTINGTON ROAD ON DECEMBER 18, 2013…AND TURNED IT IN TO THE BANK!
YOU SAVED MY FAMILY’S CHRISTMAS!!!
Physicians Urgent Care in Fort Wayne is offering Free Flu Shots between January 22, 2014 and February 5, 2014 for all area residents who have not yet received a flu shot and would like to. The flu shot
When the winter temperatures drop, staying warm and dry can be a challenge. And with the cold winter weather already upon us and expected for the days ahead, State health officials recommend Hoosiers
If you want to get along swimmingly… don’t swim upstream.
Recently, Phil and Marjorie lost their daughter, Laura, whose loves were Florida, Siesta Key, and the gulf. Shortly
I stopped after class to talk with my teacher, Coach Sam. I was going to the state wrestling tournament and would be missing a big quiz in my U.S. History class. I asked him if I could make it up when
As technology has evolved and become increasingly integrated into seemingly every facet of our daily lives, there have been studies about how it makes people more lonely or narcissistic, or connected.
Even though it’s only February, college financial aid officers are already gathering documents, crunching numbers and otherwise working to determine grants for the school year that starts this
On January 2, 2014, our new Chief of Police Garry Hamilton was sworn in. Garry is someone I know personally, and I have high hopes for him in his new position. Some of our citizens hope that Chief Hamilton
As we’re all well aware, we’ve been dealing with a difficult winter season.
I want to take the this opportunity to extend a heartfelt thank you to the City employees who were involved in
As Hoosiers, we understand how important it is to assist our veterans and create the best environment for them to succeed when they return home from service.
Early last year, president and CEO of the
BEULAH MARIE (HORSTMEYER) SAURER, 93, of Fort Wayne died January 25, 2014, at her home. Beulah was born in Fort Wayne on July 24, 1920 and became a member of a large close-knit family. She was raised
HELEN M. HENLINE, 78, of Fort Wayne, passed away Monday, January 14, 2014 at Lutheran Hospital. She was born April 23, 1935 in Yoder, Indiana to the late Bernard and Emma (Schiele) Straub. She worked
ELIZABETH ANN “BETTY” ADAMS, 82, died at home Sunday, January 19, 2014 following a brief illness. She was born, August 31, 1931, to the late Paulus and Ressie (Risser) Adams. Betty graduated
DONALD DUANE SHEETS (1930-2013) was born November 17, 1930 in Werner, North Dakota to Ocie Mildred Hallock Sheets and Arthur Kenneth Sheets, and died Friday the 13th of December, 2013. The Sheets family
An exhibition at the University of Saint Francis will feature four artists who push the creative boundaries of traditional media. “New Media Exploration: Michael Dinges, Dennis Lee Mitchell, Brett
This article is based off of information that was on the internet recently and I thought it was pretty good. So many plants that we have in and around our homes actually can prove to be detrimental
Little River Wetlands Project, a local nature organization protecting almost 1,200 acres of natural and restored wetlands in Allen and Huntington Counties, offers interesting and informative nature
The morning conference began innocently enough, with Steve and Doc arguing over which of the little packaged jellies went better on sourdough toast, and no one caring which one was right.
Dud and Bert
With Valentine’s Day upon us, you might be looking for a story of true love, a love that lasts longer than a couple’s first argument; or at least lasts beyond the few weeks of a much-hyped