The New-England Boy’s Song about Thanksgiving Day,” also known as “Over the River and Through the Wood,” is a Thanksgiving poem by Lydia Maria Child, originally published in 1844 in Flowers
On November 27, join together to light up Downtown with the iconic Santa and His Reindeer at PNC Bank, Ash Brokerage at the Skyline Garage for their Holiday Illumination, Flagstar Bank Christmas Tree
35 years ago my father, Dwight Umber, was upgrading our lawn & garden department. We had been selling American flags for quite a while, but when he noticed the Fort Wayne flag flying over a city
November is National Adoption Month, a time to raise awareness about the value of adoption, especially of children and youth in the foster care system. This year Wednesday, Nov. 20, was designated as
Congratulations to 4th grade students at Waynedale Elementary who collected more than 600 items in just 2 weeks (Nov. 4-15) during their recent Pet Food drive for the SPCA!
The Fort Wayne Community Schools Foundation is asking people to “Join the Band” by contributing to the b Instrumental program and participate in a social media challenge.
The “I’m With the Band”
The first Thanksgiving, celebrated in October of 1621, was a 3 day long feast. The pilgrims and the Native Americans celebrated the pilgrims’ first harvest at the Plymouth Plantation. In 1863, in
The V.F.W. Post 1421 (7712 Bluffton Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46809) Would like to extend a big thank you to the Wayne High School cadets for helping our post with painting the building. We had a lot to paint
The state is helping folks learn more about trout fishing in hometown waterways, after freshly stocking two local spots.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recently hosted two events to
Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana (MHANI) displayed nearly 50 artworks by 28 talented local artists at the Art of Hope Grand Opening beginning on Thursday October 24, at Gallery 101 at Manchester
In partnership with Fort Wayne city police and fire departments, Turnstone has released details about an upcoming charity goalball game that will pit the two local departments against each other with
A recent spate of meetings sponsored by the city is shifting its planning work from municipal offices out into the neighborhoods and in front of the people of southeastern Fort Wayne.
Working with a
Festival of Trees is one of the region’s most anticipated holiday traditions and will be held this year from Nov. 27-Dec. 4. Back by popular demand, the festival includes a Thanksgiving Day screening
Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry, representatives from Model Group, the Downtown Trust, Greater Fort Wayne Inc. and other partners today celebrated the completion of the West Columbia Street streetscape.
The Fort Wayne Museum of Art is pleased to announce the unveiling of the newly renovated John S. and James L. Knight Learning Center. The Center has been redesigned for students and families to build
For the fifth year, Community Harvest Food Bank and six area schools are partnering in a food drive competition to benefit families in northeast Indiana. University of Saint Francis, Indiana Tech, Huntington
Fort Wayne UNITED’s TenPoint Coalition Foot Patrols walked in the Oxford community with the Fort Wayne Fire Department today to deliver and install smoke detectors to area residents during Fire Prevention
Fall is here and do you find yourself yearning for a tender Apple Dumpling nestled in a pool of gooey sauce? Mmmmm, yes! Available only one time a year and made by dedicated United Methodist Women,
Estate planning is one of the most
On Saturday, October 12, the Wayne Township Trustee Office held the first Annual Family Fun Day at our property downtown on Superior Street. Several hundred attendees—mostly children and their families–enjoyed
If you’ve been a Rich’s Auto Center customer or a guest, you would have likely met Charlie, the resident ‘Shop Dog.’ Charlie is typically lounging in the back of the shop, watching all the vehicles
Four students from Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne participated in the AT&T FirstNet Hackathon on Sept. 13–14 as part of a team comprised of fifteen students from seven Ivy Tech campuses
Phyllis Philpot knows first-hand just how crucial the local agency NeighborWorks’ goodwill is.
When her daughter recently began falling unexplainably, the family thought she had suffered a stroke,
He has been a strong voice and advocate for the Waynedale community. She has worked to improve the quality of communication between emergency services and persons with severe communication disabilities.
YWCA Northeast Indiana held their annual Flowers on the River event in Lawton Park on Tuesday, Oct 1, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. The annual event marked the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. There