Travis Barnes has always felt a duty to help people whenever and wherever he could. That proved true before he became a student at Purdue University Fort Wayne. Less than a year after the 9/11 attacks,
A protective or decorative garment worn over the front of one’s clothes, the English word “apron” originally came from “naperon,” the old French word for napkin or small tablecloth. Men were
Winter in Indiana is finally winding down, and little bits of spring are budding everywhere. The best way to banish what remains of the winter blues is to welcome spring with fresh flowers and plants.
Local government and mental health experts and organizations today highlighted mental health services and resources that are available to individuals and families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last Thursday, Governor Eric Holcomb declared that school would be out of session until at least May 1st and you could hear the audible gasp across the state. The gasp of teachers who are thinking,”
In this time of uncertainty, and with Governor Holcomb’s recent “Stay-at-Home Order” it is vital that our community continue to support one another and the businesses that exist to support us.
The hoya, or wax plant, has been sold as a house plant for many years but was not familiar to many people. With the current resurgence of interest in house plants, the hoya has become very popular and
4th generation mechanic, Brandon Hire says that if you hear a strange noise coming from your car, it’s not going to go away on its own and you should get it checked out. And the longer you wait it
C-SPAN announced that Chloe Park, a student at Canterbury School in Fort Wayne, Indiana, is an honorable mention prize winner in C-SPAN’s national 2020 StudentCam competition. Park will receive $250
As a child, Nathan Grile grew up in Avalon Place Neighborhood, swam in Avalon Pool and adventured Waynedale. Over the past two years, Nathan, now older, has been focused on building a quality used car
Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control received an “Outstanding Mentor Award” from the Huntington Humane Society for its work to assist the agency through fundamental changes.
FWACC Director Amy-Jo
High above Fort Wayne rests a sure sign of spring: The peregrine falcon nest on the roof of the city’s tallest building has new additions.
Two eggs were recently viewed in the nest atop Indiana Michigan
I hope that this edition of At the Movies with Kasey finds you and your family well. Personally, because of Covid-19, I am home from work indefinitely and all of the places where I volunteer or play
The order, effective Sunday, March 22 a
Containers for plants have continued to grow in both choices available and interest shown in them by consumers. They play a very important role in the health of the plant(s) in them as well as becoming
On Tuesday, February 25, 68 elementary students from three different FWCS elementary schools met to play in the annual Elementary Chess Tournament sponsored by Sparks of Promise. All students showed
It’s time for local residents to share their ideas for the future of Allen County and Fort Wayne.
As part of the All In Allen Comprehensive Plan process, Allen County and the City of Fort Wayne are