An exciting, balanced approach to teaching student’s music is happening at Waynedale Elementary this year. Students grades third through fifth are getting the opportunity to learn how to play the
Relaxing on the edge of a newly built wall, with his feet dangling over the edge, 18-year-old, Kolton Blizzard, contemplates his recent decision to enter the Air Force. “This is such a nice place
“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
Germans migrated to North America in the 19th century and many of them settled in Fort Wayne.
We are fortunate to have the Fort Wayne Mannerchor/Damenchor, a men’s and women’s choir that sings traditional
This past weekend Waynedale was hopping with Easter events for the kids. From an Easter egg hunt to games, activities, art and more, kids had a blast and it really got them in the Easter spirit. It
A historic first day of Sunday carryout alcohol sales, in Waynedale, and throughout Indiana, occurred on March 4, 2018. Indiana has banned Sunday liquor sales, outside of restaurants and bars, since
Ultra-marathoners, marathoners, runners, walkers, coaches, high school students and parents enjoyed an evening with keynote speaker Desiree Linden on Sunday, January 28 at the Parkview Mirro Center
In November an announcement was made that Aunt Millie’s, the over 100-year-old commercial breadmaking facility on Pearl Street in Fort Wayne will be closing at the end of March or beginning of April
In an effort to improve the water quality for the residents of Fort Wayne, Indiana the city needed to build a combined sewer overflow (CSO) system on the St. Marys and Maumee Rivers. It was faced with
It was Cupcake Day at Kingston Healthcare-Winchester Road on Saturday, February 24, 2018. The Rotaract Club of Fort Wayne joined residents as they baked and frosted cupcakes making this Waynedale Healthcare
If your home is over 100 years old, recently built, or you are about to close on a new residence, it is still important to have it tested for radon according to the Fort Wayne-Allen County Department
There was a lot of fun and enthusiasm on a Sunday afternoon in November when more than a couple dozen jammers played their fiddle, acoustic guitar, upright bass, mandolin and banjos at the local Southwest
Yes, it’s cold! Niagara Falls froze. Temperatures of -45 degrees were recorded in Minnesota. And even lower in South and North Dakota. Numerous record low temperatures were reported all over the country.
On a beautiful, sunny afternoon Santa Claus arrived to lend an ear to local kid’s Christmas wishes. It was Saturday, December 16 and the Fraternal Order of Eagles #248 on Bluffton Road had each of
Laura Harrow lay quietly in her chair, blanket pulled up around her-until Duffy entered the room.
Laura’s face lit up like a Christmas tree. Her wide smile grinned from ear-to-ear as the therapy
The most powerful Atlantic storm in a decade hit a string of Caribbean islands on Wednesday, September 6, 2017. Hurricane Irma was a Category 5 with whipping winds reaching 185mph, along with flooding.
Monarch Season has begun here in Fort Wayne, Indiana with the sightings of Monarch butterflies everywhere; including Little River Wetlands Project-Eagle Marsh, in our neighborhoods and backyards. The
The revitalization of a neglected commercial district or neighborhood often begins with improvements to a single building or storefront. Even simple changes such as the removal of materials, repairs
Tyler Prince is a senior at Bishop Luers High School, a right-handed first baseman, DH and pitcher for the Knights. This 6-foot-3, 200-pound baseball player started playing ball at the age of 7. He
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
Saint Aloysius Cemetery, an official Wreaths Across America (WAA) location, will host a wreath-laying ceremony, joining more than 1,000 other locations across the country for National Wreaths Across
September is the sweetest month of them all, National Honey Month. And you can’t have honey without honey bees. Since 2006, honey bee colonies have experienced a very high and unexpected loss caused
In 1984, Bart Bunn, a third generation businessman-like many in Waynedale-kept the tradition going. Back then Bart’s specialty was construction, and with his single-axle dump truck and a grader, he
Broadview Florist and Greenhouses, Inc., 5409 Winchester Road has served Waynedale and the Fort Wayne area since 1919. Broadview started out as a farm that raised cows, pigs and chickens, as well as,