My name is Preston Steele, and I am working on my Eagle Scout project in which I would like to build a pavilion at the Law enforcement shooting range which is used by Wells County law enforcement as
On September 2nd, The Waynedale News celebrated its 88th year in print! Usually, we don’t make much of the historic newspaper’s birthday, but given the current circumstances of the shut down and
Organizers say the week dedicated to promoting the Waynedale area and its businesses was a success! Due to the pandemic and safety of guests, the “SHOP Waynedale” event was held in place of the
Community Harvest Food Bank met with Kroger representative Eric Halvorson at Shared Harvest Farm in Markle, IN, for a check presentation and update on the successful “Farm to Food Bank” program.
For residents near Foster Park the past year has been a traffic nightmare due to the closure of the direct access to Rudisill Blvd. from the Broadway / Bluffton Road intersection. Although there was
In 1998 the Indiana German Heritage Society was approached by a group from Adams County for help in saving the historic Wyneken house. They made a strong case for the importance of a restored Wyneken
Honor Flight Northeast Indiana (HFNEI) is honoring the veterans who were scheduled to go on canceled flights this year by presenting each with a yard sign.
HFNEI President, Dennis Covert states, “The
“In 1992, about 250 volunteers gathered to help spruce up what was then the YWCA campus on North Wells Street. That event has now grown into an opportunity for thousands of volunteers to come together
The Fort Wayne City Utilities and Parks and Recreation departments have partnered with local artist Andre Portee to create a new mural project on the basketball court of Carl O’Neal Memorial Park
As with many event causalities that occurred due to the COVID-19, the annual Walk in Waynedale was no exception and has been postponed until 2021.
But the group of volunteers who typically plan that
Erin’s House for Grieving Children hosted Roberto Clemente Jr. as the 2020 Common Bond featured speaker on Thursday, July 30 at Parkview Field for a socially distanced fundraising event.
The Fort Wayne Museum of Art is pleased to open its fall exhibition season with the national traveling exhibition Posing Beauty in African Culture, opening August 22 and continuing through October 18,
It is happening all over the nation. Mainstreet storefronts and restaurants that have been there for years are closing shop. This is all too real for us in our tight knit community of Waynedale, especially
New to Waynedale but not new to Fort Wayne, the non-profit Fort Wayne Pet Food Pantry (FWPFP) celebrated their silver anniversary on Saturday, July 11! The 10-year anniversary was commemorated with
As the saying goes, “one person’s trash is another person’s treasure.” In Brett Bloom’s case it’s more like, “one person’s food scraps are his healing remedy for our local soil.&rdq
The Allen County Department of Environmental Management (ACDEM) is seeking Allen County Residents’ help to ensure the future of Community Recycling Drop-off Sites. The program is being threatened
In April, five female faculty members in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science at Purdue University Fort Wayne began to realize that this summer’s Future Girls of STEM (science,
Residents flocked to our 120-mile trail network for a record quarter in April, May and June. The three months saw 249,362 users. That count smashes the previous high quarter, the third quarter of
Long time columnist for The Waynedale News, Alyce Faye Bragg has recently announced her retirement from writing her column “News From The Hills” after over 20 years. Known for whimsical stories
Crescendo Coffee & More, the new coffee shop located adjacent to The Club Room at The Clyde, officially opened on Monday, July 6. It’s located at 1806 Bluffton Road on Fort Wayne’s south side
The City of Fort Wayne’s Planning & Policy Department and the Packard Area Planning Alliance (PAPA) are seeking input from area residents as part of an update to the PAPA neighborhood plan. The
Fort Wayne International Airport (FWA) hosted a celebration of the famous FWA tradition of welcoming passengers to Fort Wayne with a locally baked cookie from Ellison Bakery, by handing out its three
In June, for the third consecutive month, Waynedale United Methodist Church Food Bank handed out free meals to the community via a drive thru. Last November, they served Thanksgiving dinner, and continued
Residents supporting the Waynedale Trails and Sidewalks Initiative met Saturday, June 13th to clear litter from the Saint Mary’s Pathway. Volunteers collected 12 bags of trash along the trails and
Indiana is set to enter its fifth and final stage of Governor Holcomb’s “Back On Track Indiana” plan on July 4. Hospitals and testing sites in Allen County have continued to report around 35 new