Mount Calvary Lutheran Church began in the 1920’s as a Sunday School Mission in what was once considered a “remote” area of Waynedale. Founded and led by Pastor Herman H. Backs, it started as a small sparse wooden building on the muddy streets of Lower Huntington Road, now the site of Walgreens.
The Northern Indiana Passenger Rail Association (NIPRA) received special recognition by being named the “Sustainable Champion of the Year” by the Hoosier Environmental Council (HEC), the largest environmental policy organization in Indiana.
The award was presented by Tim Maloney, HEC Senior
Because winter can be a busy time for coyotes, DNR biologists say people can expect to see more of them in the coming months, but not to be alarmed.
“Most young coyotes leave their parents to start looking for new homes during winter. In addition, coyote breeding season starts in January,
The Allen County SPCA set a new #GivingTuesday record with a total of $55,927 donated in 24 hours! The shelter started the day with an anonymous matching gift promising to double donor dollars up to $15,000, but thanks to the generosity of Heritage Food Service, an additional $5,500 in matching funds
NIPSCO is giving “Hope for the Holidays” throughout the holiday season, thanks to a generous $15,000 gift to Community Harvest Food Bank. Through this initiative, more than 600 families will receive a turkey, side dishes, and other food items distributed through the Community Cupboard pantry at
Over 55 community members attended the event including Mayor Tom He
A Waynedale veterans group celebrated the recent Veterans’ Day with a powerful memorial to service people lost in the line of duty.
In celebration of Veterans’ Day, the American Legion Post 241 put on display its “Honor the Fallen Wall,” showing hundreds of pictures of the myriad of servicemen and servicewomen lost in the line of duty since Sept. 11
Freezing temperatures, snow and ice signal the start of the winter season throughout Indiana. The U.S. Postal Service is ask
#GivingTuesday encourages the whole community
The Waynedale Masonic Lodge No. 739 recently hosted their monthly Community Breakfast, welcoming anyone who had an empty morning belly and was willing to give the Masons a donation of their choice.
Located at 7039 Elzey Str
Incorporated on January 24th, 1962 and comprised of 385 homes, Lake Shores Community Association, is one of the larger neighborhoods in Waynedale. Airport Expressway divides the lots into an East side with 179 homes and the West side made up of 206 homes. The houses were all built between 1962 and 2017.
The monthly Lake Shores community newsletter shares cu
Each school in the District will offer tours during school hours to allow families to see the work going on in each building prior to the Dec. 14 deadline to submit school choice lottery applications. Du
Reflecting on my time in public
Demolition on the venerable old building was completed about the middle of October, according to officials from Sweetwater Sound, the company that owns the Quimby Village property.
“The building was so dilapidated,” said Jeff Osterman, Vice President of Performance Improvement
“Both of my boys have spent time working here,” Workman said proudly. “And I’ve been volunteering here for about 20 years.”
On a recent chilly October Friday night, hundreds of visitors c