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
Ana Giusti, a longtime advocate for Spanish-speaking immigrants and victims of domestic violence, is the 2019 recipient of the Raymond Rosenberger Minette Baum Award.
The St. Joseph Community Health
Twelve years ago, National Pollinator Week was designated by the U.S. Senate’s unanimous approval, which marked a necessary step toward addressing the urgent issue of declining pollinator populations
Amidst the swirl of human and vehicular activity in the Waynedale United Methodist Church’s parking lot on a recent chilly Monday morning, Bear the dog was remarkably calm.
The furry, white, 11-year-old
Though it didn’t officially open for another 30 minutes, Umber’s Do-It-Best hardware store’s parking lot was packed beyond capacity at 9:30 a.m. on a recent Sunday morning.
Thanks to an effort
Christopher Roberts, Construction Trades Instructor at the FWCS Career Academy, has been named the 2019 Fort Wayne Community Schools Teacher of the Year.
Roberts began his teaching career 13 years ago
This week, The Waynedale Community Picnic committee announced that last year was the 16th and final time they would hold the event at Waynedale Park. However, fans of the Picnic shouldn’t fret! Since
After the success of last year’s Bohemian Rhapsody, it will be hard not to compare subsequent rock-and-roll biopics with that film. Rocketman, the new film about Elton John, has many striking similarities
Join us for the second annual Urban Turtle Festival Weekend starting on Saturday, June 8th as we kick off the weekend with a 21 and over Urban Turtle “Brew and BBQ” ticketed fundraiser event at
Once again I am looking forward to participating in Waynedale’s Memorial Day Parade on May 27th. This will be my 13th year to be a part of this wonderful community get-together as the Wayne Township
On Thursday, May 23, 2019, Girls on the Run of Northeast Indiana (“GOTR-NEI) hosted a 5k Run/Walk event at Purdue Fort Wayne.. Pre-race festivities began at 4:00 pm and the race started at 5:30 pm.
Did you know that Indiana is host to over 430 species of bees? Due to loss of habitat and other factors, their population numbers are rapidly falling. But, one thing residents can do to help is to give
Fun in the streets returns for the third annual Open Streets Fort Wayne. The free, fun-filled day, closes Calhoun Street to vehicle traffic and brings the community together to walk, bike, skate and
The Turnstone Center and members of the U.S. Men’s and Women’s Goalball Teams welcomed Lions Club International President Gudrun Yngvadottir of Iceland to the Fort Wayne facility on Friday. Representatives
Since 2003, NeighborLink Fort Wayne’s mission has been to mobilize volunteers to help vulnerable homeowners with tangible projects that aren’t currently being served by traditional social services.
Sometimes the best thing you can do to help pollinators is … nothing. It’s all too often that those of us living in the city find ourselves entrapped in ways of the past that just don’t seem to
On November 16, 2018, the Waynedale Lions Club teamed up with Maplewood Elementary School, the PTA, and other local organizations to raise funds to assist with the purchase of additional playground
After twelve years of faithful service as senior pastor of the First Missionary Church, Fort Wayne, Rev. Robert W. Martin will retire from vocational ministry at the end of May.
After his call to the
The popular Trek the Trails community bike rides are coasting into year ten, later this month.
The rides were started as a way for residents to explore parts of the trail that they may not be familiar