Chief of Police Garry Hamilton joins with Holiday Cab to announce the return of the program that provides free cab rides home to impaired drivers during the holiday season. In its 28th year of service,
Among other things, the holidays are a time of giving and receiving gifts. The question most often asked of people is, “what did you get?” Much less frequently asked is, “what did you give?”
Officials at the Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority and WANE TV are pleased to announce the winners of this year’s “Home for the Holidays” contest. Entries were submitted via short essay
It has been a frustrating few months for me when it comes to the movies. Repeatedly, I went to a movie that seemed sure to impress and walked away underwhelmed. I thought maybe it was me, that I had
The countdown to 2016 has just about begun. If you’re like many people, you might be mulling over some New Year’s resolutions, such as hitting the gym more, learning a new language or taking a cooking
I am back in the old Jenny Lind house of my childhood, and it is almost Christmas time. Waves of memories are washing over me.
It is snowing, and the wind is rising. It howls about the eaves of the house
Snowballs and Job’s tears: What do they have in common?
Obviously they both consist of water and are wet, but they also adjoin each other on a popular quilt pattern from the 1930s and ‘40s.
Harvest of Rubies
by Tessa Afshar
PB, 317 pages
Sarah, the protagonist of Harvest of Rubies, is one of the few female scribes in ancient Persia and the only one employed by the queen.
While our weather so far has been unseasonably mild, the days continue to grow shorter as we approach the start of winter. It puts me in mind that the holidays we celebrate at this time of year, with
I recently joined neighborhood and business leaders to announce that the City of Fort Wayne is contracting with Indigo Centers to attract more retail to south Fort Wayne. Indigo Centers is a Birmingham,
Indiana has a part-time citizen legislature, which means the General Assembly is only in session for two-and-a-half to four months at the start of each year so that lawmakers are able to continue living
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 $10 to $15 donation
With winter snows arriving, homeowners, contractors, and business owners will again rely on their snow blowers to clear driveways and walks. The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) is offering
Fort Wayne Air Show, Inc., in partnership with the 122nd Fighter Wing and the Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority, is proud to welcome America’s Ambassadors In Blue, the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds,
What an unbelievable win that was over a tough, well-coached team…Northrup. Winning is FUN. But it’s always much more fun when we end up winning after having one foot in the grave, and the other
WILLIAM LEE HITZFIELD, 76, of Roanoke, was received into God’s eternal kingdom surrounded by his loving family on December 3, 2015. He was born on July 13, 1939, in Hazel Park, Michigan, to Albert
MERLE EDWARD SEIY, 90, of Fort Wayne, passed away Sunday, December 6, 2015 at Lutheran Hospital. He was born January 11, 1925 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to the late Arthur and Mildred (Whitaker) Seiy.
RALPH MARVIN WARNER, 63, of Fort Wayne, passed away Friday, December 4, 2015 at St. Joseph Hospital. He was born December 5, 1951 in Cuba, NY. He worked as Superintendent at Wired Communications. He
CHARLES JOSEPH MALDENEY, 71, of Yoder, passed away at his residence Tuesday, December 1, 2015. He was born May 18, 1944 in Fort Wayne to the late Elmer and Alma (Bowers) Maldeney. He retired from General
The Rink opened at 3 PM Friday, December 4, 2015, for its 13th season. And, is still open, despite the warm weather conditions.
The Lincoln Financial Group is again the corporate sponsor for the season,
Well, the first archery tournament to raise money to buy warm clothes for some of the local kids is now in the history books, and it would have to be considered a success.
Doc, who has more initials
I always like to sit and chat with my students before class starts. One particular day, as we visited, a young lady spoke to me.
“Professor Howard, I think I remember you telling us you have a cow
Seriously, it’s okay that you are feeling a little or a big homeschool burnout this time of year. It’s part of the human DNA.
Remember going to school when you were a kid? When December hit weren’t