The current store sits at 3837 N. Wells Street. It will soon it will be moved to 4747 Lima Road, just north of Coliseum Boulevard.
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The Fort Wayne Police Department graduated its 62nd Basic Recruit Class, Thursday night. Police Chief Steve Read said the department is working to increase diversity on the force.
Divisive politics may have led a man to open fire at a congressional baseball practice in Virginia, leaving one congressman critically injured, several others hurt.
James Hardy’s body was found in the Maumee River Wednesday June 7. His mother, Jeanie Summerville, last saw Hardy on May 25. She reported him missing on May 30.
The new comedy club will open Saturday June 17 at 2104 S. Calhoun Street.
Decatur has unveiled 27 original sculptures that will be on display downtown until April 2018.
Hardy’s family reported him missing May 30.
The 54-foot, 1840s-style flat-bottom boat has seating for 40 guests. The community will have the opportunity to rent it for private parties or take tours along Fort Wayne’s rivers.
DirectCare LLC opened a first of its kind facility that is designed to help reduce costs by making preventative healthcare more accessible.
Takuma Sato became the first Japanese winner of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday. Ruoff Home Mortgage was the primary sponsor of Sato’s car.
Heavy rains throughout the day prompted directors of the West Lakes Community Homeowners Association to meet and discuss flooding problem, Wednesday.
Caliente Cuban Cafe will open a second restaurant located in downtown Fort Wayne. The general manager at Toscani Pizzeria said they hope to move to a different location.
As many as 200 doctors walked out of a meeting at Lutheran Hospital when an official from Community Health Systems spoke. The meeting was called hours after CHS rejected a $2.4 billion dollar bid to buyout the Lutheran Health Network.
Mathew King said a van parked near his home matched the description of a “sexual predator” reported on several Facebook posts. The driver of the van, Ernie Daugherty, works for a local roofing company and was in the area on business.
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Community Health Systems has faced financial trouble over the last few years.
Councilman Tom Freistroffer is concerned that more commercial retailers will want to build along West Jefferson Blvd. One local realtor said that is unlikely.
City council voted 5-3 in favor of the Jefferson Blvd. project despite the Planning Commission’s recommendation to vote against it. It will be located between Jefferson Pointe and Time Corners.
Zach Teeple of Troop 149 in Bluffton earned a total of 137 merit badges.
The Mayor of Portland called an emergency meeting Wednesday to prepare for heavy rain and possible flooding.