The ushers, greeters, nurses and newly formed security team are all briefed on how to protect Abundant Life’s members if danger ever arises.
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Hundreds of crashes have been reported throughout northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio.
The documents, totaling about 2,000 pages, are being released about a week after City Council approved the controversial land purchase.
It’s the first weekend in December and families are looking for that perfect Christmas Tree.
The Ph.D. in business and economics comes to Fort Wayne from Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland.
An undercover video was released today that some say suggests Mayor Tom Henry rewarded businesses that contributed to his campaign by giving them contracts for work.
More than 250 volunteers helped out at St. Mary’s and the Rescue Mission to prepare their Thanksgiving meals.
More than 20 business showcased their products and services ranging from fashion and beauty to Heath and Fitness to food.
The Graduation Pathways Panel was established to create an educated and talented workforce able not just to meet the needs of business and higher education, but able to succeed in all post-secondary endeavors.”
Researchers have found a rare mutation in the Amish community of Berne that extends their lives by a decade.
Liquor store owners represented by the beverage association will drop their opposition to Sunday sales. In return, Retailers will oppose a proposal allowing convenience and grocery stores to sell cold beer.
By attempting to end “pay to play” contracts, two councilmen are suggesting that right now if a contractor wants to participate in working with the city on its projects, they have to help the politicians get into office. They believe it’s unfair to Fort Wayne residents.
Six days after an E-F 2 Tornado ripped through parts of Blackford and Jay counties, the cleanup continues. People from all over have been helping residents cleanup – and for some… rebuild.
Peggy Summers wrote moving, goodbye letters to her husband and four children before she died of terminal kidney cancer.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Dozens of World War II veterans from Northeast Indiana are being honored in a new book that profiles their … More »
Indiana has one of the highest infant mortality rates in the country and the state is attempting to curb that with a new grant, which Parkview Health will be receiving.
About 100 people walked from the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Bridge to Freimann Square. Afterwards, the walkers held hands and danced to the song ‘Love Train’ by the O’Jays.
For their second annual benefit gala, Genesis Outreach is allowing an opportunity for the community to come together to advance their mission of ending homelessness in Allen County.
The demolition company was founded in 1904 by Allan Martin and is considered a Summit City staple.
In total, more than 70 different sporting events and tournaments will be held in Fort Wayne next year, with 4 being “significant.”