Thirteen residents at Kingston Residence participated in the annual Fort 4 Fitness Senior Marathon this year. These folks have proven that they are ready, willing and able to go the extra mile…or 26.2 to be exact. Older adults needed to walk 26.2 miles over a period of about 12 weeks in order
October has come, October with its bright blue weather.
Every year, a new version of Malala Yousafzai’s story has come out. Two consecutive summers featured the release of an autobiography by the iconic activist. This year’s offering is the documentary He Named Me Malala.
He Named Me Malala takes a non-linear approach to telling the story of the young
THE SECRET OF CHABAD
by David Eliezrie
HB, 432 pages
Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the late head of the Chabad movement, endeavored to reawaken Jewish tradition, education, and unification that had grown numb since the Jewish people had dispersed in 70 CE after the Romans had demolished
In just a few days, witches, zombies and vampires will be converging on your house, asking for candy. As is the case every Halloween, you’ll likely be merely amused over the sight of these costumed characters. But in other areas of life, such as the investment world, you may need to watch out for
In October Born Again Quilts not only celebrates Halloween we celebrate Adopt-a- Shelter Dog Month too. Once again the members of the Appleseed Quilter’s Guild repurposed discarded fabrics into dog beds. You can take a bed home by giving a free-will donation to the Allen County SPCA.
The ACSPA has
Matthew 5:44-45 “But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you. Do good to them that hate you, pray for them which despitefully use you and persecute you-“That ye may be the children of your Father which is in heaven: for He maketh His sun to shine on the evil and on the good,
When I first took office as Wayne Township Trustee I made a personal commitment to learn all I could about my new job. I read all the Indiana statutes regarding township government. I met with other trustees across the state. I conferred with staff members who had years of experience working here.
I recently joined Parks & Recreation Director Al Moll to provide an update on the 2015 capital improvement projects in our parks and facilities operated by the Parks & Recreation Department.
Over 30 projects were started and completed in 2015 and more than 15 projects are still in progress,
While state and local governments have many obligations to their citizens, one of the most important ones is improving and maintaining roads.
Indiana, often labeled the “Crossroads of America,” is one of many states across the nation grappling with the significant complexities of road funding.
Derek, a friend of mine, had lost half of his thumb to a power saw while building kitchen cabinets. Despite this setback, I never once saw him discouraged, even during the days of his recovery. He always found a way to keep his sense of humor.
One day he agreed to let my scout troop use his wood shop
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Certain things in life just go together naturally. In the kitchen, peanut butter and jelly is a classic combination. Another such pairing is apple pie and ice cream. Other categories of life experience, such as human performance, prize the association of freedom and creativity. And in the field of
Waynedale area residents will have a gathering place on Saturday, November 7 from 9am-2pm at Waynedale United Methodist Church where they can find gifts for Christmas at the many craft tables, select baked goods and cookies-by-the-box.
Customers can relax and enjoy a cup of coffee and an apple dumpling
This past weekend while attending the “Walk for Cancer” which took place at the TinCaps Stadium, I had the opportunity to enter into the downtown “Farmers’ Market” which is also inside the warm confides of the TinCaps lower level of the parking garage. If you have never gone to the market,
TOM HENRY – Candidate for Fort Wayne Mayor
With rejuvenated neighborhoods, a revitalized downtown, and a renewed sense of optimism, Fort Wayne is on the rise. It’s up to you to continue the momentum on November 3.
I’m proud of all we’ve accomplished together so far. We made record investments
JASON ARP – Republican Candidate for City Council 4th District
Having met many of you at your homes doing door-to-door campaigning over the last 9 months, I’ve learned a lot about the issues that face our community in southwest Fort Wayne. Many of the issues are the same whether it’s in Waynedale,
RUSTY YORK – Democrat Candidate for City Council 4th District
Rusty York is a Fort Wayne native who has been protecting the city as a police officer for more than 37 years. With a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University in Criminal Justice and a graduate of the FBI National Academy, Rusty’s
ANGIE DAVIS – Candidate for City Clerk
Often time’s people ask, “What is the role of the City Clerk?”
The City Clerk performs many duties within the City, but her primary responsibility is to oversee the process and procedures of our Common Council; on behalf of the citizens who’ve elected
JOHN CRAWFORD, MD – City Council at-Large Candidate
“Riverfront development funding should proceed quickly”
Hundreds of citizens turned out on a snowy February night to hear the results of the Riverfront Development Study that was commissioned to explore riverfront development in Fort
MIKE AVILA – City Council at-Large Candidate
I spent the first few years of my childhood in Waynedale, where I attended St. Therese School through the second grade. I have great memories of those early days, having fun as a family, spending time with friends and enjoying the neighborhood community.
TERRY ANDERSON – City Council at-Large Candidate
Rev. Dr. Terry Anderson, a candidate for City Council at Large, is a native of Fort Wayne, growing up in southeast and near northeast neighborhoods of the city.
Anderson says, “Growing up in Fort Wayne, I learned the values of caring and compassion,
There is a popular twist on Trick or Treat aptly named “Trunk or Treat”. It is somewhat surprising when someone is unfamiliar with the term, considering it has been around since the late 1990s. Touted as a safer way to collect candy, the custom is said to have begun in Utah and has slowly spread