Twin brothers Mark Smith and Mike Smith pulled some shenanigans in their youth. Like the time Mike was absent for picture day at Wayne High School. Mark stood in for all photos for both of them. Or the time that someone who was a little miffed at Mike approached him, so he pretended to be Mark to
When NeighborLink began brainstorming ways to incorporate athletics to raise money that goes back into NL projects, Team NeighborLink was born. Over the years it has continued to grow, and there is now athletic gear for adults and kids, the Night Moves Running Series, the Ambassador program, and this
October is spinning out her days of gold under the deep blue skies of autumn. Summer is gone, taking with her the wildflowers that marked her days, and hot days of sunshine. The cheerful songbirds that warbled throughout the day are heard less and less, as flocks of them have departed for sunnier
All quilts have a history: the history of their maker, the creative and technical processes that went into making them and how they were used throughout their life.
A couple of months ago Linda Kuhn visits me and shows me a quilt she’s thinking of selling. The quilt is reversible with a light pumpkin
The presidential election is little more than a month away. Like all elections, this one has generated considerable interest, and, as a citizen, you may well be following it closely. But as an investor, how much should you be concerned about the outcome?
Probably not as much as you might think. Historically,
Wow, I had soooo much fun! We had our Class of ’66 Reunion recently at Pine Valley on Saturday, September 24th. I had a lot of friends at Central Catholic. But I actually only hung out most of time with 2 guys back at CC in the mid 1960s. Joe (Tony) Contadeluci and John Teders. Well, both
The public is invited to volunteer for this free Honeysuckle removal community event. If you volunteer for one full day you will have earned a free individual annual park pass to Allen County Parks (valued at $20)!
Honeysuckle Daze is an annual event that occurs late in October or early November. We
Dewey Decker showed his new business cards to the other guys at the Mule Barn Truck Stop’s philosophy counter, and each member of the world dilemma think tank got to keep one.
Steve, our owlish-appearing cowboy, scratched his head as he studied the card.
“Okay, Dewey, I’ll bite … what’s
ELMHURST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
2908 Kelmar Dr.
Fort Wayne, IN 46809
Regular Worship Times:
Sunday School 9:30AM
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30AM
Sunday Evening Service 6PM
“Hour of Power” 7PM
TRUNK R’ TREAT
Years ago, about the time Russia was opening up more to tourists from the west, three of my colleagues from the university decided to take a few weeks of their summer and travel there. They didn’t have any itinerary; they would just go and hope for the best. Upon their return, I asked Loren about
BARBARA ANN BALDI, 82, passed away Sunday, October 2, 2016. Born in Massachusetts, Barbara worked at Raytheon for 49 years and moved to Indiana ten years ago to be with family. She was an avid Patriots and Red Sox fan.
Surviving are her sisters, Francis Ingebo and Geraldine Murphy; grandchildren, Kenneth
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We’ve had some beautiful October days here in Wayne Township, but we all know that cold, winter weather will be coming soon. And, with that comes an increase in utility bills due to the cost of heating our homes. One of our most important functions here at the trustee’s office is to help eligible
The Fort Wayne Police Department (FWPD) is taking proactive steps to address chronic problem properties (CPP) in the City of Fort Wayne.
A new ordinance has been introduced that would help public safety personnel reduce repeat nuisance calls for service at problem properties. The effort is designed
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education recently announced the official launch of the Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship for high-achieving students pursuing a career in education.
This scholarship program was established by House Enrolled Act 1002, which passed with my support during
Once again the Division of Public Works, street department, will be out in full force picking up leaves this fall. Beginning Monday, October 17, 2016, crews will visit every neighborhood twice, during the seven week curbside collection season. The curbside collection schedule is listed and was mailed
Caring Kingston employees have brainstormed a way to ensure that 19 determined residents are able to complete the Fort4Fitness Senior Challenge.
Due to cold and rainy weather, these seniors were not able to attend the event held on a Friday night at Parkview Field. Because they have been working hard
The sky is clear and blue, this morning, an example of October’s bright blue weather. Today is a few minutes shorter than yesterday and tomorrow be a few minutes shorter than today. Tree leaves are changing from green to yellow and orange and red. Corn stalks in the fields are yellow-green and soybeans
When you talk about generations, St. Aloysius Parish School has got it covered – multiple generations of students, faculty and parents that have kept the school going strong for more than a century.
The Roman Catholic school, located at 14607 Bluffton Road in Yoder, celebrated its 140th anniversary
Fort Wayne Community Schools and the parents of the children at Waynedale Elementary are having problems providing uniforms and equipment needed by the students.
Last February the Waynedale Lions Club sponsored a Dan’s Fish Fry to buy shoes. With the volunteer help of the Waynedale Methodist Ladies,
If you drove down Aboite Center Road around 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, October 4, you may have been surprised to see over 50 animals outside Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School’s main entrance. All were patiently waiting to receive an animal blessing.
“I brought my Boston Terrier, Sophie,” said
Four-footed ghosts and goblins are lining up to take part in the Halloween Pet Parade and Fall Festival Fundraiser sponsored by Paws & Remember on Saturday, October 22, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Franke Park, Pavilion #1.
Each year, many animals arrive on our doorstep after having suffered at the
The Indiana Department of Transportation announces that contractors scheduled an install and have activated a new traffic signal on Lower Huntington Road at the southbound I-69 ramps in Allen County, on Thursday, October 13.
During the day Thursday, Oct. 13, drivers saw the southbound I-69 ramp lanes,