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On July 9, Lester R. Carey, a WW II veteran, marks his 100th birthday. Though born and raised in Pennsylvania, he and his wife lived in Waynedale for 55 years and his four daughters are all Elmhurst
Health officials want to remind the community COVID-19 is still here, local hospitals are still seeing a steady increase in hospitalizations and recommended precautions to slow the spread should still
On June 5, 2020, the United States Department of Labor notified the Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) that Indiana has triggered “on” Extended Benefits (EB). The EB program provides
Lush green plants add a calm and fresh vibe to your home or office. If you have ever stepped foot in a greenhouse, you know that being close to greenery can immediately make you feel more at ease with
Calvin D. Mix, 70, of Fort Wayne passed away on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. He was born on May 8, 1950 in Fort Wayne, a son of the late Calvin A. and Dorothy (Humbert) Mix. He worked at Maloley’s Grocery
Theresa “Teri” Dawson, 70, succumbed to Covid-19 on Thursday, May 28, 2020. She was the daughter of the late James and Rosemary Dawson. Graduating from the St. Joseph School of Nursing, she went
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security has issued more than 150 permits for public displays of fireworks, although many communities across Indiana have cancelled fireworks events to avoid large
Memorial Day weekend is traditionally one of the busiest of the year, and this year was no exception.
But entering the post-holiday weekend, which had traditionally been slower for camping, DNR campgrounds
After spending the last two months cooped up at home everyone seems to be looking for a way to get out and have some fun; encourage the kiddos to do more than play video games; and get outside for some
For the eighth consecutive year, falcon father Jamie and mother Moxie squawked loudly and angrily Monday as their baby chicks that hatched atop Indiana Michigan Power Center (IMPC) were briefly removed
The Fort Wayne Community Schools Board of School Trustees on Tuesday approved a three-year contract with Dr. Mark Daniel to be the next superintendent of Fort Wayne Community Schools.
The move returns
On May 5th, the Allen County SPCA not only reached, but exceeded their Giving Tuesday Now goal, with a total raised of $58,466.50 in 24 hours! Thanks to anonymous gifts promising to double and even
This is the time of the year when you may start to notice nests and dens occupied by young wildlife around your home. If you do, help keep wildlife wild by remembering the following if you encounter
With unemployment rates at unprecedented levels, Blue Jacket is ready to restart it’s 2-week Career Academy geared toward helping people with barriers find sustainable employment.
The local nonprofit’s
The Southwest Stewards 4-H Club had big plans for their first official year as a new Club in Allen County. And, a community service project was on that list! However, when the COVID-19 pandemic hit
Debra Honn, third-grade teacher at Indian Village Elementary School, and Lisa Clegg, English Language Learners teacher at Northrop High School, have been named the 2020 Fort Wayne Community Schools
My name is John Stoffel and I see a brighter future for northeast Indiana. That’s why I’m asking for your vote in the Indiana House of Representatives District 50 Primary Election.
I have been a
Amid a global pandemic, we urge you to find peace in your garden. With panic-buying in full force, sometimes it’s difficult to find the basic foods we want or some of us are avoiding going to the