The Turnstone Center and members of the U.S. Men’s and Women’s Goalball Teams welcomed Lions Club International President Gudrun Yngvadottir of Iceland to the Fort Wayne facility on Friday. Representatives were in Fort Wayne for the 2019 Indiana State Lions Convention and joined P
Dear Neighbors and Friends of the 07, due to the busyness of Pettit Ave, we are raising money to put in a sidewalk. It will be between Southwood Ave and Old Mill, on the south side of the street. We want our children to be able to ride their bikes and walk safely to school, the baseball diamonds,
Since 2003, NeighborLink Fort Wayne’s mission has been to mobilize volunteers to help vulnerable homeowners with tangible projects that aren’t currently being served by traditional social services. As the organization has grown, so has their vision to understand how neighborho
Stephen Felicichia, the son of Robert and Joan Felicichia, of Waynedale, will be ordained to the Sacred Order of Deacon in the Catholic Church on Saturday, May 18, at 11:00 a.m., in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in downtown Fort Wayne.
Following his ordination, the then Rev. Mr. Felici
For Kim Avila, it was her first time at the Settlers, Inc. plant and herb sale in downtown Fort Wayne. But her excursion proved fruitful, as the Fort Wayne resident left with several outdoor plants, as well as $24 worth of herbs for her kitchen, including rosemary, sage, and thyme.
Done at the historic
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) and Ride Safe Indiana (RSI) are reminding Hoosiers that May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. RSI is the state of Indiana’s motorcycle safety program. It has a mission to reduce the number of motorcycle accidents and fatalities on Indiana road
Sometimes the best thing you can do to help pollinators is … nothing. It’s all too often that those of us living in the city find ourselves entrapped in ways of the past that just don’t seem to make sense with the way that we live today. In fact, these counterproductive measures end
Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control announces its “Teach Kindness” event, which provides fee-waived Guinea Pig adoptions for teachers as a way to say thank you to the community’s hard-working educators.
Educators are invited to come by the shelter located at 3020 Hillegas Road Saturday, May
The end of school is right around the corner, with the long, lazy summer months stretching ahead. What will your daughter, granddaughter or niece do this summer to stay active and engaged? Why not sign her up for Girl Scout summer camp, where girls of all ages can “Imagine, Explore, and Achieve
Marcus Scott, Memphis-based soul singer and current lead vocalist of Tower of Power, has announced the release of his first solo album ‘Back 2 Da Soul’ which was recorded at Sweetwater Studios in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The release is being celebrated with a live appearance at the Clyde C
Visit area artists at their studios and host businesses during a casual self-guided tour on Saturday, May 4th from 10am-6pm. The FIRST “Rural Studio Tour” was held in May 2010. It was such a hit with both the artists and the people who attended that we are now gearing up for our 10th annual
History doesn’t change, but how people work to preserve the history in our midst does and must adapt to the realities of the times we live in.
ARCH’s April 27 Fun & Free Lecture Series event will address that topic with “Preservation Tomorrow.” The lecture begins at 11
Northeast Indiana’s population is growing, according to statistics released today by the U.S. Census Bureau. In 2018, Northeast Indiana’s regional population grew by nearly 5,000 people.
Northeast Indiana’s population increased by exactly 4,874 people. The top three counties that ex
On November 16, 2018, the Waynedale Lions Club teamed up with Maplewood Elementary School, the PTA, and other local organizations to raise funds to assist with the purchase of additional playground equipment at Maplewood Elementary. In the past year, the school lost a number of their equipment pi
After twelve years of faithful service as senior pastor of the First Missionary Church, Fort Wayne, Rev. Robert W. Martin will retire from vocational ministry at the end of May.
After his call to the ministry in 1977, “Pastor Bob” began his career at the age of 20 at Bell Brethren Church a
The popular Trek the Trails community bike rides are coasting into year ten, later this month.
The rides were started as a way for residents to explore parts of the trail that they may not be familiar with and to create social opportunities for families and friends to venture in a guided tour. The
As we approach the gardening season, we often have customers that lament not having the space for an in-ground garden or the time or physical ability to make one. However, gardening is certainly possible in containers that can be placed on the ground or on patios, decks, or balconies. There are even
The Fort Wayne Museum of Art is pleased to announce the students who have won national recognition for their art and writing in the 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
After competing at the regional level, 44 students from Northeast Indiana/Northwest Ohio were awarded Gold or Silver Medals
Our Children Our Future, Allen County System of Care is hosting its 3rd Annual Resource Fair & Family Fun Night on Thursday, April 25, 2019 at The Summit (1025 W. Rudisill Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN 46807).
This event is free and open to the public, and we invite community providers and area families
These days, the entertainment at Fox Island County Park is about more than hiking, swimming and enjoying nature.
You can have some prehistoric fun there, too.
As it has for the past several years, the park is also offering its Fossil Pile, allowing visitors the chance to dig through mounds of sedimen
Mayor Tom Henry, members of the Fort Wayne Redevelopment Commission, local contractors, and City Community Development and Public Works staff broke ground today on improvements to Ardmore Avenue from Airport Expressway to Second Street near the entrance to Fort Wayne International Airport.
Whether it’s a card, a bill, or a special letter, the U.S. Postal Service has a feature that allows you to see what is coming to your mailbox — anytime, anywhere — even while traveling. Informed Delivery is on the cutting edge of communication trends by helping people manage their
The Indiana Department of Transportation announced that the agency’s annual Trash Bash! will take place April 15 through April 30. Trash Bash! brings INDOT crews together with volunteers to beautify the state’s roadside areas by cleaning trash and debris.
INDOT urges individuals, organizatio
Community Harvest Food Bank is reaching out for area support and donations of food items in low supply. The food bank operates several hunger relief programs through nine counties in northeast Indiana and operates from a large Fort Wayne warehouse.
“Right now, we are running low on canned pr
Enjoy beautiful scenery while creating works of art through the Arts in the Parks and Historic Sites program, sponsored by the Indiana Arts Commission.
The program is designed to draw upon both traditional and non-traditional arts and artists in Indiana and weave arts programming into the natura