Community Harvest hosted several Indiana State Senators and Representatives on Wednesday, August 21 for a food bank tour and discussion on hunger relief in northeast Indiana. This is part of a larger
On July 25, Paula Booth, coordinator for Monarchs and Milkweed project, was voted winner of Fort Wayne’s third event of 2019. Monarchs and Milkweed is a project to convert 2000 square feet of Concordia
The Fort Wayne couple was parked at one of the long, stretching tables inside the Way
On August 2 around 10:00pm, a gentleman collapsed on the dance floor at the American Legion Post 241. “Everything happened so quickly, I didn’t realize what was happening until I saw a group of
A local business is sporting a brand new color-spangled wall to help celebrate a recent Waynedale event, as well as its long-time existence at its current location.
A new mural is splashed all over the
As the college football season approaches I think how Band Alumni of Notre Dame (B.A.N.D.) are invited about every four years to participate in a band reunion at a football game.
It’s a wonderful experience
Saturday, August 10 was a beautiful, sunny morning for more than 50 area residents to congregate for a local Prayer Walk. Organized by Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, the Walk was designed to circle
Several downtown alleys are being transformed into welcoming spaces as part of the City of Fort Wayne’s Alley Activation project.
The project, funded primarily by an $83,000 grant from the Knight Foundation/Community
Friday, July 19 marked the successful completion of the Lifetime Sports Academy’s 22nd summer with more than 1,000 participants this year and a total of 28,961 participants over the last 22 years.
Fort Wayne Community Schools will be back in session August 13th, and here at the township we are gearing up for the new school year. While some children may wish for endless summer vacation, I always
As the saying goes, “nothing comes free,” but a neighborhood Facebook group seeks to challenge that through gift giving, asking for free items and offering thanks to others.
The “Buy Nothing Waynedale/Foster
To the Waynedale Community,
THANK YOU for making our inaugural Walk In Waynedale a success! During a wrap meeting Monday with our dedicated committee members, we estimated that well over 1,200 people
It’s summer time. The summer solstice, the longest day of the year, the day when day and night are of equal length, has passed. Now every day is a few minutes shorter though the difference is not
Earlier this year I wrote about the importance of mothers and fathers in the raising of a healthy generation of young people who can not only live happy, productive lives themselves, but can help make
Bart Ruch has been part of Sunday skeet shooting at the Southwest Conservation Club (SWCC) so long, he can remember when he had a job hand-loading the targets himself.
Nowadays, of course – just like
The big day is next weekend, Saturday, July 27 from 1-4pm! For the volunteer organizers of “A Walk In Waynedale,” their hard work is about to be on display for the community, bringing a day of fun
On the evening of July 3rd, Kevin Neal was hopeful that the skies would stay dry for the Fraternal Order of Eagles #248’s Independence Day Celebration. Neal is the trustee for the organization but
Get your walking shoes or bike tuned up and ready to go! The “A Walk In Waynedale” Organization Committee has officially announced the details of this newly relocated and re-branded Waynedale community
Motorists in the vicinity of the Broadway and Rudisill Boulevard intersection will notice signs this week, alerting them about an upcoming road closure. The intersection will be closed to accommodate
In the heart of Fort Wayne’s south side, an old fire station has become a food oasis of sorts for local residents.
Located at 2518 Winter Street, the Johnnie Mae Farm Stand has been selling fresh produce
Leaders of the Packard Area Planning Alliance (PAPA) were joined by City of Fort Wayne leaders to dedicate a historic marker celebrating the Packard Piano & Organ Company and Packard Park.
The American Red Cross is pleased to announce a $375,000 gift from Steel Dynamics, Inc., funding a state-of-the-art bloodmobile to serve Northeast Indiana. A ribbon-cutting celebration was held on June
I learned recently that there is a new book out by David Blight about Frederick Douglass (1818-1895), and since the 4th of July is coming up and I look forward to our local traditions of fireworks and
Mayor Tom Henry and Parks and Recreation Director Steve McDaniel joined representatives from the Parks and Recreation Community Youth Center staff and Fort Wayne Community Schools at Lakeside Park on
Some sad stories have a relatively happy ending. That’s sort of the case for Ralph Knuth of Waynedale. On March 27 he reluctantly had to say good-bye to his dog, Spirit, a 10-year old Labrador retriever