As we enter 2019, it’s incredible to look around and see what our community has become! In just the past year, Waynedale has continued to grow and improve in ways that many did not think was possible, just a few years ago. For our recently added features, we can thank a hand-full of residents and
BETTY JEAN HETRICK, 93, of Fort Wayne, passed away on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at Hospice Home. Betty was born February 24, 1925 in Topeka, Indiana to the late Leonard and Beatrice (Hall) Ross. She was a graduate from Wawaka High School. Betty worked at General Telephone in her early years and then
Mark and Alice Castleman are back as the new owners of Waynewood Inn with a mission to restore the business to the greatness it once was, in memory of an original owner, Dick Teusch. The Castlemans bring 36 years of combined experience in the restaurant business and share a passion of rebuilding the
The United Service Organization (USO) of Indiana recently received a donation of $34,000 from WaterFurnace International, Inc. The check was presented to USO dignitaries during a recent news conference at the company’s corporate headquarters in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Leaders of the 122nd Air National
It is with regret that I inform you that K9 Officer Gary Griffith’s retired partner K9 Bullet passed away this morning at approximately 08:40.
K9 Bullet was born July 3, 2006. She joined the ranks of the Fort Wayne Police K9 Unit May 4, 2009. She retired February 1, 2017 with 8 years of service.
Fort Wayne International Airport (FWA) has completed construction on its new terminal entrance road. The new road introduces a new entrance leading up to the main terminal building, as well as new entrances for all parking lots.
Construction began on April 11, 2018, with six consecutive phases following.
Born in Corning New York to Robert Shoemaker Jackson II (1920-1997) and Virginia (Bolton) Jackson (1910-1987). He graduated from Howe Military School 1956 and joined the Army Reserves. Primaril
You made it! You made it once again to the end of the holiday season. So now what? How about just hunker down in your Lazyboy with a good book and wait until spring? Well just wait a minute. I have a few suggestions! Get out your pencil – take notes! It’s January job jar list time! I bet there
Every January, millions of people make resolutions or goals for the new year. What goals do you have for 2019? If you said to get healthy, you’re not alone. The top New Year’s resolutions people make are to lose weight, eat healthier, and improve their life.
“Resolutions or goals are
Happy New Year dear Waynedale Readers! By the time you read this, Meteorological Winter is half over. Winter weather hasn’t been too bad and the time keeps flying by.
I guess it is part and parcel of a new year that we think of time, the one thing we can never make up: Time squandered is time loss.
January is the time when gardeners’ thoughts turn to spring and the arrival of seed catalogs in the mail bring the excitement of garden plans. The advantages to growing seeds include the numbers of varieties available, the ability to control the conditions under which they are grown, saving money,
Our honey is raw, local (from Fort Wayne & Waynedale Hives) and packed with pollen and nutrients from the area.
Honey is a great natural sweetener and sugar replacement.
It is also said to help with seasonal allergies.
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2505 Lwr Huntington Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46809
When: Fri. Jan. 18, 6:30p
Where: Good Shepherd Church, 4700 Vance Ave, Fort Wayne
Add’l: Over 50 Vintage Ham Radios to be auctioned. More information www.fwrc.info or Facebook
MICHIANA REGIONAL SEED SWAP
When: Sat. Jan. 19, 9a-1p
Where: Goshen High School
Add’l: Join fellow gardeners, grow
I wish you all a very happy, healthy and prosperous new year!
One of the most anticipated events of 2019 is the completion of Promenade Park, the first phase of Riverfront Fort Wayne, located at 202 W. Superior St. The grand opening celebration will be June 21 – 23. I’ll share much more about
GEORGE L. TYNER, 93, of rural Yoder, passed away Wednesday, December 26, 2018 at home. He was born August 12, 1925 in Gilford County, North Carolina to the late Cossie and Lena (Jones) Tyner. He served in the United States Marine Corps. He was a lifelong farmer and drove truck for Kroger for 25 years.
Bandersnatch, streaming on Netflix and produced by the team behind the series Black Mirror, offers viewers a first-of-its-kind experience, bringing the Choose Your Own Adventure format popular in the ‘80s and ‘90s to the usually passive activity of watching a movie. The overall story of the film
Well, it’s been a wonderful holiday season for me, and now I am looking forward to all the possibilities promised by a new year. As I begin my fourth term as your Wayne Township Trustee, I feel so fortunate to be able to continue with the important work we do here of helping people. Along with carrying
When interest rates rise, the value of your fixed-income investments, such as bonds, will typically fall. If this happens, how should you respond?
First of all, it’s important to understand this inverse correlation between interest rates and bond prices. Essentially, when interest rates rise, investors