Thanksgiving is the leading day for home cooking fires, and many home fires and related injuries are caused by unattended cooking. During the hustle and bustle of this holiday season, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security and the State Fire Marshal are reminding citizens to remain attentive
Tis the season not to decide you want to lose weight! However, there is a way to survive the holidays without gaining a ton of weight, while still enjoying all the activities and parties.
No one should ever be on a diet; it should be about life style, one that I have seen hundreds of patients successfully
“God didn’t just put us on this earth and abandon us. He gave us what we needed to be healthy.”
So says Lindsi Richardson, R.N., an essential oils enthusiast and crafter of scent-infused necklaces. Richardson has been selling her homemade jewelry in such locales as the Taylor University bookstore
The seasons change and so do we. Superficially, it may not appear as if we’re undergoing perpetual metamorphosis, but we are. Just as trees replace their leaves and birds shed their feathers, we too change dramatically. But our modifications and upgrades take place beneath the surface. Unlike leaves
Kingston Residence recently celebrated their Long Term Staff with a luncheon at Black Canyon Restaurant.
This valued group included team members who have been employed for five years or longer at the Assisted Living Community.
The employee with the most years of service at 31 years is Margaret Demongeot.
The Humane Education Department at Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control, guided by the Humane Education Advisory Council is pleased to announce it has donated more than 130 copies of the book Buddy Unchained to elementary school libraries around Allen County.
Buddy Unchained is a story about a dog
Kingston Residence is proud to announce that eleven residents and two Kingston ambassadors completed the 2017 Fort 4 Fitness Senior Marathon! These residents needed to walk 26.2 miles throughout the summer months before the culmination at Parkview Field on September 29th. Through a combination of
If a great Shakespearean protagonist had, anachronistically, joined a gym, his internal existential inquiry might have been, “To lift or not to lift?”. Many centuries later, the identical inquiry, or controversy, persists. Joining a gym (health club) usually implies the new club member is going
The 2017 Bishop Luers Men’s Knight “Smoker” is Saturday, October 21, 7 p.m. to midnight, under the tent at Bishop Luers High School. Mass is at 5:45 p.m. in the Chapel of Saint Francis of Assisi. Tickets are available pre-sale at all home football games or the door on October 21 or by contacting
The Dare to Dream Youth Ranch session scheduled for Thursday, September 21, 2017, serving the ‘Littles’ from its long-standing relationship with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana, Inc., will also introduce an exciting new partnership with the Student National Pharmaceutical Association
Who doesn’t love biking the trails on a sunny day? Even more so when all you have to do is sit back, relax and enjoy the trip. Two residents from Kingston Residence Assisted Living recently had the opportunity to do so through the Jorgensen YMCA Trail Buddy Program.
A special bicycle called The Duet
A computer’s operating system is the vital component that enables the device’s hardware and software resources to function as one. But when the system is compromised by malware or a computer virus, its performance can suffer or even lead to a total device crash. Our bodies, and the systems that
Paul Davis of Northeast Indiana, a leading national provider of water, fire and mold damage cleanup and restoration services for residential and commercial properties, supports the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) Fire Prevention Week, October 8-14. Fire Prevention Week is the longest
Summer is a season of fun in the sun and it’s not over yet. Who doesn’t enjoy sun, surf, sand and even the occasional game of corn hole with family and friends? In order to avoid missing the party, take a few moments to read our foot care suggestions. Avoid going barefoot. Not only does
Anthony Wayne Rotary along with The Fort Wayne Rotary Club will host the 5K Run / Walk to Eradicate Polio on Saturday, August 19, 2017, at Shoaff Park in Fort Wayne. The cost to participate is $25 (early registration) per person. All proceeds raised go to fight polio and will be matched two-for-one
In just a few months the 100th mile of public, multi-use trail will be installed in the Fort Wayne and Allen County, Indiana trail network. This is an extraordinary accomplishment by the City of Fort Wayne, Allen County, New Haven, and all communities in our county with the assistance of many grassroots
Fifth District City Councilman Geoff Paddock will be hosting a special Fifth Tuesday meeting of the Fort Wayne City Council focusing on the Opioid Crisis in Fort Wayne. The meeting will be held in Room 30 of the City Council Chambers (Committee Room) on August 29 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM.
“We have a
Many “Seinfeld” fans may fondly remember “The Chaperone,” the episode in which the characters Elaine Benes and Mr. Justin Pitt meet for the first time. Elaine is interviewing at Doubleday, a publishing house in New York City. Her conversation with the managing editor turns to Jackie O and
How did all those ants get in my kitchen?
That seems to be the most asked bug question that we get in our hardware stores!
The small ants that invade your house are generally there for 1 thing, food. They’re headed to the pantry, kitchen counter, candy drawer, dog food and even after the late night
Being able to distinguish between a good pain and a not-so-good pain is critically important for all of us who engage in regular vigorous exercise as part of a healthy lifestyle. Even highly-trained athletes such as those on high school and college teams, dancers, and those training for long distance
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, approximately 71 percent of the earth’s surface is composed of water. Similarly, 60 to 70 percent of the average adult human body is composed of water. If you’re a 120-pound female, you’re made of at least 72 pounds, or 36 quarts, of water. If you’re
“Honey! There is a funny noise coming from the bathroom!” Ever walk by your bathroom and hear something that sounds like water running? Then you begrudgingly walk in and suddenly the sound disappears. Hmmm. Floor is dry. Faucet isn’t dripping. Hmmm. Then out of the blue an hour later, you hear
There are 765,000 strokes in the United States every year, which averages out to 1 every 40 seconds. Stroke is the leading cause of disability in the United States and the 5th leading cause of death. There are 7 million people in the United States over the age of 20 who are stroke survivors. These
Beginning this weekend, The Waynedale Business Chamber’s Corridor Committee will be collecting input from a survey developed to better understand what people do in Waynedale, how the community is currently perceived, what improvements should be made, and what type of businesses to attract. The survey