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
Families are invited to visit Fort Wayne Community Schools’ elementary, middle and high schools during Tuesday Tours on Nov. 13, 20 and 27 and Dec. 4 and 11.
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.
This year November 11 marks the 100th anniversary of the signing of the armistice which ended WW I. Formerly known as Armistice Day and now Veterans Day it is the day our nation pauses to give thanks and show appreciation to all of the fine men and women who have served our country in the military.
The long-standing Village Bowl at Quimby Village is finally no more.
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,
A couple of years ago AEP determined that the trees along our property were interfering with their electric lines. Our twenty-year-old row of sunburst locusts had to be removed. That uncovered the fact that more changes were needed to prevent erosion and other damage along the portion of ground facing
On Sunday, October 21, Bravas Quality Meats held “Meet Your Meat” which was free and open to anyone curious about the supply chain they are building with Wood Farms (11402 Indianapolis Rd), restaurants, chefs and home cooks. There was free lunch, informational packets and hay-ride tours of the
With Halloween just around the corner, let’s think about some of the fun plants that can enhance this spooky season.
The flower of this plant looks very ‘pumpkin’ like as it matures and takes on the orange color in September. It makes a great dried flower. You can start
John Workman’s been laboring at Fort Wayne’s Haunted Castle and Black Forest so long, both his sons have assisted with the popular Halloween attractions.
“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
Quality. Integrity. Community. Three words that are the foundation of Rich’s Auto Center. For the past 20 years, Rich and Cindy Elzey, with their successful family owned auto repair business, have been an integral part of the Waynedale Community.
Formerly the home of Putt Putt Miniature Golf course,
The pantry is full of fall favorites like squash, onions and potatoes, but busy schedules may have you finding a few things growing in the back of your cupboard. With little effort and a pinch of creativity you can grow these into a very imaginative indoor garden.
Kids and adults love to watch kitchen
For me, brisk autumn weekends are perfect for curling up with a scary book or movie. While there are some obvious choices, such as my favorites, Scream and Halloween, I combed through Netflix and Hulu to find some other creepy options for watching at home.
Delirium features Topher Grace as Tom, a man
Fort Wayne’s Turnstone Center recently celebrated its 75th anniversary with an event designed to celebrate – and assist – our community.
On the very day of its birthday – October 8 – the center, located at 3320 N. Clinton Street, held the annual Community Health & Information Fair from
David Siples shepherded his two puppies around the moist grass, as they ran, scratched and sniffed everything in sight.
On a recent cool and breezy autumn afternoon, the Waynedale man brought his two dogs to Pawster Park to let them run, play and socialize with other local canines and their owners.
For his efforts to preserve Smith Air Field and help persons dealing with drug addiction, Robert “Bob” Wearley was presented with the 2018 Linda & Jerry Vandeveer Impact Award today by the Allen County Commissioners.
The ceremony was held at the airfield’s Hangar 2, which Wearley hopes some
The community is invited to give blood in honor of Layla Wigmore at a special American Red Cross blood drive held in her name Saturday, Sept. 29, from noon to 6 p.m. at Sweetwater Sound Music Center in Fort Wayne.
Layla Wigmore is an 8-year-old third grader with a big smile and a big heart for helping
Bishop Luers High School announced the 2018 recipients of the Distinguished Knight Award and the Honorary Distinguished Knight Award after a Mass opening Homecoming festivities on Sept. 14. Bishop Luers High School is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2018-2019.
Bruce Keller, a graduate of the Class
The Waynedale Business Chamber (WBC) will host it’s first “5 O’Clock Mingle” in early October. The networking event is designed to bring the business community of Waynedale together in an interactive social environment.
5 O’Clock Mingle will be held at Rich’s Auto Center (2135 Sand Point
3 bushels of apples have been peeled, sliced and wrapped in fresh dough, creating 400 seasonal desserts you can only get once a year in Waynedale: ready-to-bake apple dumplings, assembled by Waynedale Chapter 600 of the Order of the Eastern Star.
Waynedale Worthy Matron Marylou Blinn says the tradition
Koko Carpenter sat perfectly still, watching carefully as a stranger painted a tiny lady bug on her dainty hand.
The four-year-old little girl was remarkably calm amidst the swirl of activity all around her as the annual Monarch Festival was held at Eagle Marsh on September 9.
Hosted by the Little River
Saint Aloysius hosted its first Farmers Market on Saturday, August 18, 2018. What a fun idea brought to fruition on this sunny morning in late summer! Parishioners donated freshly picked produce from their gardens while others brought homemade bakery items. Some made salsa, honey, crafts, and much
A fundraiser will be held in Fort Wayne on Saturday, September 22nd, with doors opening at 6:00 p.m. The Fort Wayne Sport Club, located at 3102 Ardmore Ave in Fort Wayne, will host the event. Come join in on the fun and enjoy the first ever Kickin’ Casino Night & Silent Auction from 7:00 —
While driving down Lower Huntington near the heart of Waynedale you might have admired the stunning jewel-toned stained glass windows or the majestic bell tower of Saint Therese Church.
The origins of St. Therese, also known as Church of the Little Flower, can be traced back to 1937 when Bishop John
For the past 15 years, the skies had been relatively clear for the annual Waynedale Community Picnic, but this year, the organizers and volunteers faced huge downpours until around noon. For the organizers of the Picnic, event cancelation is just not a viable option because of the huge number of people
On September 2, 1932 the first Waynedale Newspaper rolled off the presses. Since then, The Waynedale News continues to be the messenger and community information hub. With the increase in social media use and the decline of newspapers world-wide, The Waynedale News continues to be something that many
Southwest Honey Co. recently completed a 2-year USDA study designed to evaluate changes residents hope to make to benefit pollinators, local growers and the environment. The organization accomplished this through an innovative pollinator appreciation program that took a hands-on approach to teaching