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.
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
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
The Waynedale News has been a long-standing tradition in the area, but as a free newspaper most people may not realize that this tradition comes with a large price tag that we pay in order for the newspaper
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
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
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
The American Cancer Society is in need of more volunteer drivers to support the Road To Recovery program, which provides cancer patients with rides to treatment as a resource in the community. This
Connie Middleton and her employee count of just 3, is the definition of a small, local business. Spotting, scrubbing, cleaning and pressing is just part of the daily grind at her dry-cleaning company,
This week, community events are postponing, schools are sending home letters about hygiene best practices, populated workplaces began instituting a remote work-from-home policy and local governments
Hoosiers across the state will be celebrating Disability Awareness Month this March. Turnstone will be joining this 30-year movement orchestrated by the Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities
1. You must have Part A and/or Part B of Medicare.
2. You must live in the plan’s service area.
When beginning the process, in most cases, you should enroll in Part D as soon as you are
Pastor Phil and Bonnie Harris of Fort Wayne celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary last month. They were married January 7, 1955. They have 4 children, 9 grand-children. And 14 great grand-children
Choosing to pay for something instead of getting it for free – who does that? Well, last year 1.9 million Hoosiers may have, by not taking advantage of the Indiana free file (INfreefile) program to
SCAN, Inc. will host its 5th Annual Brown Bag Lunch fundraiser on Wednesday, March 11, from 11:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. Proceeds from the event support SCAN’s mission to protect children, prepare parents,
New Haven native Isabelle Wellman and her team won multiple titles at the Fort Worth National Stock Show and Rodeo (FWSSR) Jan. 19. Wellman along with team members Grace Klopfenstein, Katarina Emerich,
More than 200 Indiana convenience stores, restaurants, and businesses throughout the State of Indiana are raising funds to help transform the lives of children and adults with muscular dystrophy, ALS
Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne and Sweet Aviation are working together to offer a new Professional Flight Associate of Applied Science degree beginning fall 2020. The program will combine 32
It has been said that it takes 10,000 hours of deliberate dedication to master a task. For woodcraftsman like the staff at R.P. Wakefield, that time commitment has been lapped many times over. And the