Four city councilmen question whether mayor’s environmental responsibility will make Fort Wayne “cease to welcome new jobs which have carbon footprints?”
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More than 100 third through twelfth graders played in the Charity Challenge for the Chamble Family, an event in honor of the late Peytin Chamble.
About 15 protesters have stood outside the Mermaid Festival each night to let the public know that Nosey the elephant is an exotic animal being abused and exploited. The owner says Nosey is healthy and happy.
The owner of Cartridge World says he’s lost almost 30 percent of his sales since the Coldwater Rd. construction started.
13-year-old Lane Sutton, whose had Spina Bifada since birth, will be able to stand up for the first time with his new action trackchair.
Troop Town Villages is building a neighborhood of 50 tiny houses on the city’s south side for homeless veterans.
A new business wants to build a slaughterhouse in Churubusco, but some think it’s too close to residents and commercial businesses.
Around 500 bikers rode from Fort Wayne to Decatur to promote motorcycle safety and awareness.
Former Elmhurst High School basketball coach Keith Edmonds reminisces on the standout athlete’s glory days.
A Fort Wayne Man with Spinal Muscular Atrophy backpacks across Europe with the help of his friends, who carried him the whole journey. They captured the whole trip on film.
The Little Free Library depots are standing libraries stuffed with books, but some are stealing the books and selling them for profits at local book stores.
Last Wednesday, Christian Copper’s service dog was in her kennel in the basement. Copper rushed home to save him once he realized how intense the rain was getting, but he couldn’t get down there because the water had flooded all the way to the top of the stairs.
In Mid-April, An SUV crashed into the stone entry pillar to the North Side of the neighborhood. Three weeks later, a car crashed into a pillar for the south side.
Harold Schwarz (1896-1984) was one of the few army soldiers from Allen County to go to Europe during the first World War. He was given a grave marker of military service on Saturday at Greenlawn Memorial Park.
The family of Terrance Miles, who was shot and killed last week, said his legacy will be that of a great community man.
Gaffer Media is a youth film production ministry of Common Ground Church in Decatur, Indiana. The students teamed up with professional film makers to create a full-feature film to help students understand their story in Christ and communicate that story through the arts.
The new Star Quest Observatory in New Haven features 4 telescopes through which people can view the night sky.
Only half of the corn in the state has been planted and this week is critical if they’re going to have a successful harvest.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department said a 4-year-old died after falling from an Amish buggy.
Armstrong Flowers is usually closed on Sundays, but they know how much mothers love the sweet scent of flowers. So they put on a Mother’s Day special.