Aging & In-Home Services (AIHS) will continue its COVID-19 nutrition program outreach – Grab n’ Go Meals – through August. The distributions are held in the Parkview Field Silver Lot (1301
It was recently announced, that effective January 1, 2021, Allen County SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) and H.O.P.E. for Animals (Humane Organization for the Prevention of Euthanasia)
As of Wednesday, July 15, Indiana law now prohibits drivers holding mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, in their hands while driving to reduce distracted driving and improve safety on Hoosier
Residents flocked to our 120-mile trail network for a record quarter in April, May and June. The three months saw 249,362 users. That count smashes the previous high quarter, the third quarter of
Long time columnist for The Waynedale News, Alyce Faye Bragg has recently announced her retirement from writing her column “News From The Hills” after over 20 years. Known for whimsical stories
Crescendo Coffee & More, the new coffee shop located adjacent to The Club Room at The Clyde, officially opened on Monday, July 6. It’s located at 1806 Bluffton Road on Fort Wayne’s south side
The City of Fort Wayne’s Planning & Policy Department and the Packard Area Planning Alliance (PAPA) are seeking input from area residents as part of an update to the PAPA neighborhood plan. The
Marilyn Mae Stoner, 89, of Fort Wayne, IN, passed away on Sunday, June 14, 2020 at the Indiana Masonic Home.
An Eastern Star service was held on Saturday, June 27, 2020 at 1:00 pm at Greenlawn Funeral
Freedom, independence, self-sufficiency: these are great and glorious concepts. We celebrate them this time of year, whether we process it that way or not, because they’re so deeply engrained in our
The Fort Wayne Public Art Commission is inviting artists to submit their qualifications to design and paint one of two murals that portray local stories of civil rights and social justice.
Fort Wayne International Airport (FWA) hosted a celebration of the famous FWA tradition of welcoming passengers to Fort Wayne with a locally baked cookie from Ellison Bakery, by handing out its three
Work to protect our rivers from combined sewer overflows continues throughout the community. To assist with construction, river levels will be lowered to winter-time levels until further notice. The
Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced the Indiana COVID-19 Rental Assistance Program, which will use $25 million in federal CARES Act funding to help Hoosiers struggling to pay rent due to the impact of
COVID-19 kept many residents at home this spring, and that’s believed to be the cause of a substantial increase in garbage disposal.
“Many people believe that because we restricted refuse to ‘carts
Donald Charles Clifford, 50, of Ft.Wayne Indiana, passed away at home. He was born in Cincinnati Ohio, lovingly adopted son of Virgil Thomas Clifford and Judith Ann Clifford. Also biological parents
Scams are not unique to I&M, nor have they gone away with the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic. Scams have been reported across the U.S. targeting various utility customers and companies. Some
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Face coverings are one of the most effective ways to contain the spread of COVID-19. That’s why 89.1 WBOI is launching a region-wide campaign that showcases Northeast Indiana’s creative spirit and
Residents supporting the Waynedale Trails and Sidewalks Initiative met Saturday, June 13th to clear litter from the Saint Mary’s Pathway. Volunteers collected 12 bags of trash along the trails and
With summer in full swing, Indiana Conservation Officers remind Hoosiers to make safety a priority when recreating around bodies of water.
“Even when fun is your main focus, always recognize the danger
Funded by a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, area streams and rivers are getting a boost with the construction of four new rain gardens along Fort
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
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