Fort Wayne SOUP hosted its first of four events in 2020 on Thursday, February 20 at 6PM at The Summit (1025 W. Rudisill Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46807). Additional dates for 2020 are May 14, July 16, and
Chief surveyor Bob Vollmer, age 102, left the Indiana Government Center South as an employee for the last time.
He worked for the Department of Natural Resources 57 years, mostly in the field or out
While enjoying the beauty of our snow-covered landscape and warmth of family and friends, Allen County Partnership for Water Quality (ACPWQ) would like to challenge residents to make sure that they
When: Sat. Feb. 15, 9a-5p, Sun, Feb 16, 1-6p
Where: American Red Cross–Indiana, 1212 E. California Rd
Add’l: “Zero to Hero” is a free weekend training program for new and existing volunteers, preparing them to be a Red C
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They were married at the Fort Wayne Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception on June 4, 1966, with a reception at Lighted Acres.
Their honeymoon was in Fl
Attendance was at an all-time high with nearly 400 business executives and comm
Congratulations to Fort Wayne UNITED Director Iric Headley. The Indiana Civil Rights Commission recently selected Iric as the recipient of the Freedom Award. The award was given by Indiana Governor
Every January millions of people declare that with the changing of the year they should bring changes to their lives, and with that comes New Year’s Resolutions. Whether it be to travel more, save
Tillandsia, commonly called air plants, are epiphytes. As their common name implies, they pull moisture and nutrients from the air. They have no use for soil and any roots they might grow are used for
Lucille Dull, 95, of Fort Wayne passed away on Saturday, January 18, 2020. She was born on June 21, 1924 in Dugger, Indiana, a daughter of the late Gerald E. and Edith L. (White) Azbell. She graduated
Award-winning dancer and Paralympian, Cheryl Angelelli and her professional partner, Tamerlan Gadirov, recently visited Fort Wayne to help launch northeast Indiana’s first adaptive ballroom dancing
Demonstrating why engineering and technology are so important to ensuring clean water will be the objective of middle school students at the 19th Indiana Future City Regional Competition on Saturday