In the wake of Avalon Pool, Baer Field Motorsports Park and the Waynedale Bakery recently closing, this week, Umber’s Do It Best Hardware in Waynedale announced that it too will close its doors. The
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
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
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
The 122nd Fighter Wing held an Assumption of Command ceremony on January 12, 2020 for the 122nd Communications Flight where for the first time in the wing’s 73 year history an African-American female
On Friday, January 10, 2020, Austin Knox was unanimously elected Wayne Township trustee at a caucus of Democratic precinct committee leaders of the township. This followed Richard Stevenson’s retirement
Wetlands—swamps, marshes and other wet areas—are now thought to be the cradle of life on earth, as scientists are increasingly demonstrating through research. About 40% of all species of wildlife
Public health officials are recommending temporary visitation restrictions for area hospitals, healthcare facilities and nursing homes in response to recent increased flu activity.
Allen County Health
Since October, students and teachers at Maplewood Elementary undertook a drive to collect as many socks as they could to donate to local charities, with an unusual reward for the class that gathered
I was always fascinated by the stories my 93-year-old Grandmother would share about her youth. I remember her telling us about the hobos that would visit her home near the railroad. Hobos were migrant
The new boundary sets a 12-ton maximum, as proscribed by Fort Wayne’s City Engineers.
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Community volunteers and sponsors helped to bring joy and much needed supplies to veterans over the holidays by preparing and distributing holiday gift bags at homeless veterans’ shelters, Liberty
As this year comes to a close and we reflect on the accomplishments and memories of 2019, our newspaper staff began preparing for our year-end publication. We asked ourselves whom we should highlight
The Allen County SPCA set a new #GivingTuesday record with a total of $70,044.33 donated in 24 hours! Thanks to two anonymous $15,000 gifts promising to double donor dollars, the Allen County SPCA set
Fort Wayne’s own Civil Air Patrol Squadron and Lindenwood cemetery joined the more than 1,500 participating locations across the country and 24 locations overseas on Saturday, December 14, 2019.
Over the past six years, nearly 3,000 infrastructure improvements were completed in Fort Wayne neighborhoods totaling $180 million. This year continued that work with a record $31 million investment
“Snow and ice make delivery dangerous and slow,” said Greater Indiana Distr
The holiday shopping season is in full swing, and the Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) is partnering with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to encourage online shoppers to be extra vigilant to protect
Richard A Stevenson, Wayne Township Trustee, announced his retirement at a press conference held at his office on Superior Street on Friday, December 6, 2019. First elected in 2006, Trustee Stevenson
It’s that time of year again – coyotes are on the move, and Indiana residents might see them more, but this should not be a cause for alarm.
Coyotes are common everywhere in the state, even in urban