On Saturday, January 21, McDonald’s located at 6810 Bluffton Road in Fort Wayne hosted a Coffee with a Cop program (and Cookies with a Cop for kids). Guests could visit McDonald’s and grab a small
Groundhog Day is not the most popular holiday in February. It is hard to compete with Valentine’s Day when the event consists of waking up at 7am to see if a groundhog walks around for a little while.
A local businessman draws upon lessons and values learned growing up in Waynedale. Corey Ford is the owner and operator of Fort Wayne Escape Room, one of Fort Wayne’s most exciting and unique enterprises.
Are you overwhelmed providing care for someone with Alzheimer’s or other dementia? All of us need a break sometimes. That need is even more critical if we are responsible for providing care for another
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JOHN L. WYATT, 87, of Valrico, Florida formerly of Fort Wayne passed away peacefully on January 19, 2017. He was born November 16, 1929; the second son of the late Nathaniel Kenneth and Ilo Cecil Wyatt.
Shelby Gruss, who as a Senior played on the 2010 Girls Basketball STATE RUNNER-UP BASKETBALL TEAM, has just been chosen to play on the 2017 U. S. Women’s Wheelchair Basketball National Team, following
PHYLLIS I. GENTH, 82 of Ossian, passed away peacefully under the care of hospice at Northwoods Village Memory Care Unit in Fort Wayne on January 19, 2017. Phyllis was the daughter of Clyde Genth and
With 14 interstates, more than 11,000 miles of highway and 4,500 miles of rail, Indiana truly is the Crossroads of America.
Our transportation infrastructure not only helps Hoosiers get where they need
LOOKING FOR ELMHURST CLASS OF ‘67 CLASSMATES
Add’l: We need your contact information for our 50th Class Reunion, which is planned for Sat. Aug. 26, 2017.
Contact: Rhonda (Hosler) Dennon
February is Black History Month, and this week I’d like to share a little background on how that celebration came to be. In the early part of the twentieth century historian Carter G. Woodson, became
The Pieceful Quilters group of Monroeville are having a Community Sew-In on February 18th at the Monroeville Public Library located at 115 Main St. Anyone wanting to help sew, press, pin or cut fabric
Are you a “do-it-yourselfer”? If you can take care of home repairs, lawn work and other types of maintenance by yourself, you’ll save money and probably gain satisfaction. But you will almost
Soon will be Valentine’s Day, and flowers and boxes of candy will be flying through the air. Valentine’s Day is a special day dedicated to lovers, although the custom has been enlarged to sending
REV. WILLIAM J. “BILL” CUTSHAW, age 84, of Franklin, went to be with his Lord and Savior on January 19, 2017. Bill was born May 25, 1932 in Indianapolis to William C. and Verna G. (Slifer) Cutshaw.
Fort Wayne police want to warn citizens of a theft that continues to be perpetrated by a male theft suspect. Nearly a dozen incident reports, the suspect will approach victims under the pretense that
M. Night Shyamalan tries too hard. For years, I have mused over why he has struggled to make a film on par with The Sixth Sense. After watching Split, I think that the problem is that he takes an interesting
I recently joined Police Chief Steve Reed to outline efforts designed to address public safety issues in the City of Fort Wayne.
Fort Wayne and cities across the country are experiencing increases in