In Greta, Frances McCullen (Chloë Grace Moretz) is grieving her mother’s death and trying to get on her feet in New York City when she finds a lost handbag on the subway. Despite her best friend and roommate, Erica’s (Maika Monroe), protests (“This is Manhattan, you find a bag on the subway,
A positive prevention initiative designed to promote inclusion in middle schools was celebrated at Miami Middle School in Fort Wayne on Thursday, February 28, 2019.
Representatives from Managed Health Services (MHS) hosted an assembly in honor of National No One Eats Alone® Day, created by the non-profit
Danny L. Archbold, 75, of Fort Wayne passed away on Sunday, March 10, 2019. He was born February 9, 1944 in Wells County to the late Marshall and Hilda (Schwartz) Archbold. Danny retired from Verizon after 41 years and was a member of the IBEW. After retirement, he worked for Avis at the Airport and
We awoke to snow covering our home in the hills, but the sun comes out sporadically and tries in earnest to melt it. There are bare spots showing now, but the air is still quite cold. The songbirds still flock to the bird feeder, with lots of bright cardinals and sassy blue jays. The smaller birds
Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) recently presented a $100,000 check on behalf of the AEP Foundation empowering Soarin’ Hawk Raptor Rehabilitation Center to begin construction on our new operations facility.
The donation equals approximately one-third of the cost of building the new facility
Well, spring is just around the corner and that means we are busy with a couple of projects besides our usual township business; one project that is new for us this year is that we are a site for the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program. The Tax-Aide Program offers free tax preparation for any filers
I’d like to congratulate the Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation Department and the Fort Wayne Police Department for their collaboration on the Partner Officer Program.
The Partner Officer Program began in the three Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation youth centers in January 2018. Uniformed, off-duty
When: Sat. March 16, 6a– 10a
Masonic Lodge 7039 Elzey St.
Cost: Free Will donation
HOW TO OVERCOME NEGATIVITY IN A TURBULENT WORLD
When: Sat. March 16, 11a
Where: ArtLink Gallery, 300 E. Main St.
Add’l: Learn powerful and practical methods to create a happy and peaceful state of mind amidst today’s busy world. Through
When it’s time to do your estate planning – and it’s actually never too soon to begin – you may find the process, at first, to be somewhat bewildering. You’ll have many questions: What sort of arrangements should I make? Who should get what? And when? How can you address these and other
Fort Wayne Police Department Patrolman Todd Hughes sat in the F.O.P.A. Lodge Hall, his pancake plate wiped clean except for an oozing puddle of warm maple syrup.
Having just gotten off his second-shift patrol, Hughes was one of the many police officers and members of the public who took advantage of
Sally Becker Segerson is doing the best that one woman can to provide Fort Wayne’s homeless population.
The Fort Wayne philanthropist has been running her Street Reach for the Homeless service for about the last eight years, and the program continues to run strong, handing out much-needed clothes,
On Saturday, March 23, 2019, Babylon/ After Dark will commemorate its 30th Annual AIDS Benefit. The staff and friends of Babylon/ After Dark have generously hosted this event for the past 30 years, raising over $970,000 historically for the Positive Resource Connection. The event includes a live auction
Think back to your childhood. Did you have someone who cared about your well-being and progress? Whether a parent, friend of the family, or teacher, you likely had someone in your corner who had a vested interest in your success. What if you hadn’t had that person?
You can be that person for a kid
As gambling games go, Milo’s ball fetch had to be the cutest of the night.
The therapy dog and his owner, Turnstone Occupational Therapist Zoe Martin, made a contest out of seeing which ball the adorable 1 ½-year-old Golden Retriever would bring back after throwing him three different colored tennis
Last week we got in our annual truckload of Scotts fertilizer. In my 45 years in the business, there hasn’t been a year go by that this wasn’t our go-to, top of the line, lawn fertilizer product for our customers. But over the last few years there has been a number of organic options available
We can thank pollinators for many of our favorite foods. According to the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, “Scientists estimate that one out of every three bites of food we eat exists because of pollinators like bees, butterflies and moths, birds and bats, beetles, and other insects.”
Good Beginner Sets of Golfing Clubs
Titleist, Callaway, and Cobra.
Also Have Wedge Sets.
Please Call 260-444-4804
CALLING ALL QUILTERS!
Don’t miss the Quilt Fair at the Huber Opera House & Civic Center, downtown Hicksville Ohio March 30 from 10-4, March 31 from 12-4. See quilts on display, vendors, demonstrators, quilt raffle, MOR
Officials with the Town of Monroeville and the Monroeville Park Board are excited to announce a groundbreaking ceremony will take place on Monday, March 25th, to celebrate the official start of the Monroeville Community Park Improvements Project and the first of many quality of life improvements to
1819 Reservation Drive
Fort Wayne, IN 46819
Bible Study for Grades K-5
Preschool Sunday School
Youth Bible Study
Adult Bible Study
Lent Services 6p: March 20, March 27, April 3
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Tom and Dorothy Andrews celebrated their 70th anniversary on March 12, 2019. They have 3 children, Diane (Dave) Scheer, Tom (Jody) Andrews, and David (deceased), They are proud grandparents of Alyssa, Tyler and Korey.
DONALD “DON” C. GOSS, 87, of Fort Wayne, passed away on Tuesday, March 12, 2019. Born March 20, 1931, in Fort Wayne, he was a son of the late Wesley and Lois (Bowser) Goss. He taught at Elmhurst High School for 54 years as an Art and Theater teacher. He had a passion for theater and iris
Recently, the city’s Fort Wayne Historic Preservation Commission unanimously approved a Local Historic Designation of the Prairie Grove Chapel and Cemetery. This comes as a huge first step for the longstanding property that predates the original unincorporated town of Waynedale.
Located at 6000-6200
The third Saturday of March is International Quilting Day and this year a new quilter will be counted amongst us. A couple of months ago I got an E-mail from 20-year-old Chris Winters asking me if I could teach him how to quilt. I invited him to come down to my studio so I could learn more about what
Recently an employee experienced the passing of her father. When someone I know loses a parent, I think about the loss of my parents. Some of the words to “Turn! Turn! Turn!” by the Byrds pop into my mind, “To everything, there is a season… A time to be born, a time to die… A time