United Way of Allen County and Organized Labor have scheduled their annual Community Health Fair for Friday, October 2, 8 a.m. until noon at Turnstone, 3320 N. Clinton St. The Community Health Fair is provided by United Way, AFL-CIO Community Services and Parkview Occupational Health. Everyone 18
“A Renaissance in Roanoke”, Saturday, October 10 – 10am to 5pm. Located on Main Street in Roanoke, IN.
Outdoor juried art fair featuring local and regional artists offering quality artwork, children’s activities, demonstrations, entertainment, student exhibitions, and culinary delights.
Covington Plaza is celebrating Fall the weekend of Oct. 2-3 with special events in many of the stores.
Covington Plaza Shopping Center- Visit the area’s most unique shopping center.
Most businesses in Covington Plaza are locally owned and operated. From stationary and unique gifts, clothing,
In 2011, after 12 years on the run, James Bulger, one of the most notorious Irish mobsters in Boston, was captured and faced 32 counts of racketeering, including 19 murder charges. Black Mass, a movie controversial among those who lived through the events, depicts the rise of Bulger from small-time
As you’ve no doubt noticed, your trips to the gas station have been a lot more pleasant these past several months. There’s not much doubt that low oil prices have been welcome to you as a driver. But when oil is cheap, is that good for you as an investor?
There’s no clear-cut answer. But consider
In the absence of FWCS busing this school year, Mt. Calvary Lutheran Child Care and Preschool has contracted with Community Transportation Network to transport school-age children to and from Waynedale and Maplewood Schools. Mt. Calvary’s before and after school program for school-age children has
The 38th Annual MVASGA Show has come and gone leaving behind warm memories of delicious sweet corn, barrel train rides and the quilt show. The quilts this year were a mixture of new and old, machine and hand quilted. The quilt awarded the second place for People’s Choice was intriguing: It was made
August has been called the bridge from summer to autumn. Well, we’ve crossed over now, and autumn can come in its fullness. It’s worth waiting for–this incomparable season in the West Virginia hills. It’s not only lovely to view, but it must be absorbed. I love it.
I wrote a farewell letter
Are you one of those folks who have already started thinking about your holiday gift giving? I always shake my head when the stores start advertising Santa Claus even before the Halloween costumes are off their shelves. But here at Wayne Township we have to start thinking now, even before the leaves
City Controller Pat Roller and I recently discussed the City of Fort Wayne’s proposed budget for 2016.
The balanced budget for 2016 continues my commitment to providing needed services to residents, neighborhoods, and businesses. The budget also reflects our position as a leader in economic development,
In today’s competitive job market, quality internship experience can make the difference in landing a job.
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MARY KATHRYN BURNAU, 82, of Fort Wayne, passed away Thursday, September 10, 2015 at Lutheran Hospital. She was born November 29, 1932 in Wells County, IN to the late Herman and Dorothy (Bender) Raber. She worked as a homemaker in addition to having worked as a travel agent for Encore Travel. She was
RICKEY RICARDO FLOURNOY, 60, passed away on September 12, 2015, after a long illness. Rickey is now at rest. He was born on April 17, 1955 to the late Albert White and Frances Flournoy in Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Flournoy accepted Christ at an early age and attended Antioch M.B.C. He joined the Air
DELORES J. ZELLERS, 95, of Fort Wayne, passed away Thursday, September 17, 2015 at Heritage Park. She was born May 26, 1920 in Albion to the late Wilbur M. and Mary Ann (Cobbs) Loveall. She worked as a homemaker and was involved in many home economic clubs through the years.
Surviving are her grandchildren,
Jesus in All Four Seasons
Dennis E. Hensley, PhD.
Bold Vision Books, 2015
Jesus in All Four Seasons by Dr. Dennis E. Hensley is the sequel to Jesus in the 9 to 5. A brand new genre of book has been created via this series called the “factvella”; part nonfiction, part fiction, but all compelling,
There are approximately 5-6 weeks left of very good weather in which one can use these ideal outdoor conditions to re-pot their indoor, tropical house plants and allow them to adjust outside. And it takes the whole time for this adjustment to be fulfilled. Don’t wait until forecasts start calling
Even experienced exercisers sometimes find it difficult to know how much to do. For the beginner this uncertainty represents a significant stumbling block. Fortunately well-established guidelines and protocols exist to provide assistance to all exercisers, regardless of your skill level.
Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry and Artlink Contemporary Gallery are inviting local artists to submit design ideas for ten wooden benches that will be installed along the downtown riverfront. Designs will be accepted now through November 1, 2015 with winning artwork selected through a jury process. Each
This fall, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School middle school students are meeting after school to learn STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) concepts through the Starbase 2.0 program, a school program from the 122nd Fighter Wing Indiana Air National Guard.
On September 15, Saint Elizabeth
Patricia Meyer, a Waynedale resident since 1953, will be celebrating her 90th birthday on October 3rd.
Birthday wishes can be sent to her at Residence Village, 6050 S 800 E92, Fort Wayne, IN 46814.
The City of Fort Wayne is promoting the use of bicycle lights by giving away 100 bike light sets on September 23, 2015. At approximately 7:00 p.m., a Fort Wayne Police bicycle patrol officer, City Community Development and Public Works staff, and Parkview trauma employees will hand out free bike lights
According to Taylor University professor Dennis E. Hensley, “With today’s technology, if you live long enough, you can get famous twice for the same thing.” Dr. Hensley, a resident of Fort Wayne, is chairman of the Department of Professional Writing at Taylor and the author of 60 books.