With its enormous budget and relative freedom, Netflix has an opportunity to support smaller, innovative films that would likely flounder at the theater. With this opportunity, however, comes mixed
It appears that gardening for the 2018 spring season will start a bit slower this year as Mother Nature reminds us she is still in charge! Everyone is ready for color and getting their hands in the
Tax Season is finally over. Of course, how much you pay in taxes depends on a variety of factors, many of which you can’t control. But you might give some thought to how you can manage your investment-related
Happy Spring! Hopefully the freeze is over and warm temperatures, pretty flowers, budding trees and the smell of fresh cut grass are in the near future. Some people dread this time of year because they
During the 2017 session, the General Assembly passed a two-year budget, which included up to $7.04 billion for school funding, or about $5,956 per student, which was based on estimated enrollment numbers
A couple of weeks ago as I drove up to Born Again Quilts I noticed a green bin in front of the door. Walking up to it I noticed the duct-taped lid was marked “fabric”.
Inside was a trove of beautiful
On May 8, Indiana voters will cast primary ballots for United States Senate; Congress; state legislature; county offices such as the Sheriff, Assessor, Recorder, Auditor, Prosecuting Attorney and the
I recently provided an update on the City of Fort Wayne’s position on the Electric Works project.
I want all of you to know that my administration continues to support the redevelopment plans for the
A Fort Wayne, Indiana, native and 1993 South Side High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy with Commander, Task Force 70.
Senior Chief Petty Officer Phillip Mertes is a yeoman serving with Commander,
At a recent ceremony at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., Anthony S’Chevalier was promoted to Colonel in the United States Army. He is the husband of the former Melissa Quake, an Elmhurst graduate
“The building, originally built in 1951 as a 1,782-seat movie theater, was purchased by Rick Kinney in 2012 after being abandoned and vacant for nearly 20 years. Kinney’s vision was to resurrect
Lierin Rossman spends most of her week working hard as an attorney at the downtown law firm of Stucky, Lauer & Young. But on a recent, chilly April morning, she was shuffling through a Waynedale
STEVEN R. PEREZ, 61, of Fort Wayne, passed away from an extended battle with cancer on Friday, April 13th, 2018.
Born the eldest son of Kay (McCreary) and the late Roger Perez, Steve was a native of
Beulah Matczak and Diana West were invited by Senator Joe Donnelly to attend the National Vietnam Veterans Day Celebration at Plainfield High School in Indianapolis on Thursday, March 29th.
When: Sat., May 5, 6a-10a
Where: Waynedale Masonic Lodge, 7039 Elzey St. 46809
Cost: Free-will donation
COMMUNITY BAND CONCERT
When: Tues., May 8, 7:30p
Where: John &
April showers bring May flowers, but what does April snow bring? According to my late mother, who was a fount of wisdom, April snow brings babies. Also, April snow water was a good remedy for burns.
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Lutheran Life Villages presents:
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4540 Bluffton Rd. Sale starts at 9am.
I was with the youngest primary children at church last Sunday, when something happened that made me think about Civil Rights Day and the challenges this country has faced. One of the teachers was trying
Last year in April my article gave you some lawn maintenance 101 basics in my “Here Come the Dandelions!” article. This year we’re moving up to a 201 level class… Degree Days.
Most of my lawn
Herbert Acker has been a mainstay of the Waynedale Community and the Lakewood Park Community Addition since his family built their home in the mid 50s. He returned to the neighborhood in 1964 following
Sierra Heath of Fort Wayne was recently selected to participate in the 2018 Miss Teen Pageant competition taking place on Sunday, April 15, 2018. Sierra learned of her acceptance into this year’s
It is with deep regret that I must inform you of the death of Fort Wayne Police K9 Nemo-Retired.
K9 Nemo died Thursday, March 29, with his partner, Officer Dustin Engelman, by his side. K9 Nemo
Next month will mark the 85th anniversary of the opening of the World’s Fair known as the Century of Progress Exposition (May 27, 1933-November 12, 1933; May 26, 1934-October 31, 1934) in Chicago.