Travis Firestine, a 2018 Wayne H.S. graduate, son of Cindy & Mike Firestine and grandson of Dean & Marvel Embrey, all from the Waynedale area just came back from a solo month trip to Europe. His trip started in Dublin, Ireland where he visited the Trinity College Library, then to London, England
The Fort Wayne Museum of Art is pleased to announce the students who have won national recognition for their art and writing in the 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
After competing at the regional level, 44 students from Northeast Indiana/Northwest Ohio were awarded Gold or Silver Medals by
One of my h
We’re getting close to the tax-filing deadline. For many of us, this means it’s that time of year when we get our biggest financial windfall – a tax refund. If you have recently received a refund, or are expecting to get one in the next few weeks, what should you do with it?
Of course, you could
David would often invite Annie ov
The Allen County Department of Health has received another grant from the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) to distribute more naloxone kits to community agencies in an effort to help prevent fatal opioid overdoses.
The Allen County Department of Health will be distributing more than 800 naloxone
Our Children Our Future, Allen County System of Care is hosting its 3rd Annual Resource Fair & Family Fun Night on Thursday, April 25, 2019 at The Summit (1025 W. Rudisill Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN 46807).
This event is free and open to the public, and we invite community providers and area families
“I just love to hear robins sing. When I hear robins sing, I know spring is here,” a neighbor told me recently.
Our American robin, as suggested in the book Birds of America, is perhaps the most common bird in North America. Certainly it’s one of the most widely distributed birds, and well know.
These days, the entertainment at Fox Island County Park is about more than hiking, swimming and enjoying nature.
You can have some prehistoric fun there, too.
As it has for the past several years, the park is also offering its Fossil Pile, allowing visitors the chance to dig through mounds of sediment
201 W. Mill Street
Ossian, IN 46777
Sunday 9am Worship & Children’s Sunday School,
10:15am Fellowship Time & Adult Sunday School
Pastor: Rev. David Herr
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DAVID WELLS CONCERT
Saturday, May 11, 6:30p – Chocolate Jazz “Cafe” Mini-Concert
Sunday, May 12, 9a – Mornin
When: Sat. April 13
Where: Riverside Center, 231 E. Monroe Street, Decatur
Why: Fundraiser for City of Decatur/ Hanna Nuttman Proj.
Add’l: An average of 40 vendors offering handmade jewelry, seasonal home décor, cleaning supplies, skin care, paintings and prints, baked goods, metal and wood décor and art, food items, soaps &
Calling 811 is not only crucial for your safety and the safety of others — it’s the law. Digging without knowing the approximate location of underground utilities can result in damage to gas, ele
Over 400 quilt enthusiasts enjoyed the Quilt Fair at the Huber Opera House in Hicksville, Ohio. It was heartening to hear people tell me how they read about it in the Waynedale News!
The attendees, who mostly hailed from Indiana and Ohio, voted for the People’s Choice Award from among the 100+ quilts
Mayor Tom Henry, members of the Fort Wayne Redevelopment Commission, local contractors, and City Community Development and Public Works staff broke ground today on improvements to Ardmore Avenue from Airport Expressway to Second Street near the entrance to Fort Wayne International Airport.
Paul F. Bunsold, 87, passed away on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at Lutheran Hospital. He was born January 30, 1932 in Muncie to the late John R. and Mabel (Smith) Bunsold. He was a Sergeant in the U. S. Army during the Korean War. Paul worked as an owner-operator truck driver and retired from the Teamsters.
Whether it’s a card, a bill, or a special letter, the U.S. Postal Service has a feature that allows you to see what is coming to your mailbox — anytime, anywhere — even while traveling. Informed Delivery is on the cutting edge of communication trends by helping people manage their mail and make
1998 Black Chevy Blazer SUV/4W
Selling for $870
Vehicle is in need of extensive repairs
Contact Rich’s Auto Center 260-747-8145
Visit us at 2135 Sandpoint Road,
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46809
Will be sold by April 26th 2019 by 5:30 pm
DAVID WELLS CONCERT
Saturday, May 11
6:30p – Chocolate Jazz “Cafe” Mini-Concert
Beverly A. Giant, 86, of Fort Wayne passed away on Saturday, March 30, 2019 at home surrounded by her loving family. She was born on March 22, 1933, a daughter of the late Jerome and Beatrice (Bodie) Schoeph. She graduated from Elmhurst High School. She worked as an accounting clerk at General Electric
Recently, I subscribed to HBO Now for a month in order to watch the new documentary that I wrote about last time, The Case Against Adnan Syed. Having now seen all four episodes of that documentary, I still think that it is a high-quality, interesting docuseries, but ultimately it does not do enough
“The Pre-Disaster Mitigation program enables communities to implement critic
The Indiana Department of Transportation announced that the agency’s annual Trash Bash! will take place April 15 through April 30. Trash Bash! brings INDOT crews together with volunteers to beautify the state’s roadside areas by cleaning trash and debris.
INDOT urges individuals, organizations,
Community Harvest Food Bank is reaching out for area support and donations of food items in low supply. The food bank operates several hunger relief programs through nine counties in northeast Indiana and operates from a large Fort Wayne warehouse.
“Right now, we are running low on canned proteins
Young, old, male, and female, we have hundreds of customers that just can’t wait for the arrival of their hummingbirds each year. If we don’t have our hummingbird supplies out by the 1st of March we hear about it! Normally mid-April is when they first appear in our area. Generally male “scouts”