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Monday Mayor Tom Henry said public safety concerns are top priority this year. Tuesday he backed that up with a plan for addressing the issues.
Bar 145’s Fort Wayne location at 4910 N. Clinton St. abruptly closed Jan. 2, and employees said they had no warning.
Water rates would increase 30 percent this year and 20 percent in 2018.
Katie Dorsey and her mom started Hope Books in 2015 with the goal of collecting 10,000 books for kids by 2016. As of the new year, there have been more than 11,000 collected.
The department purchased 15 masks that will allow firefighters to actually see what is going on during a fire by heat.
In a comment left by Bar 145 on Facebook, the business indicated that they will be performing a massive rehire of all management and staff.
83-year-old Orval and 86-year-old Ellen have been married for 36 years, both married previously. Wednesday they recreated their first date with the help of Heritage Park and Hospice Heart to Heart Foundation.
Kim Conrad and Stephen Conrad II were killed on Christmas night in Syracuse in a head-on crash.
It was a tough year for donations at the Salvation Army but with the help of two donors, thousands of people will be helped.
My Hometown features stories about local entrepreneurs, hobbyist or business owners. This month’s features Embody Dance, a freeing dance gathering new to Fort Wayne.
The project for East Allen County Schools got the final go ahead Tuesday. The school board voted in favor of changing the location of the districts data center.
Fort Wayne City Council passed an ordinance regarding insurance deductibles for retired firefighters. Mayor Tom Henry vetoed the bill.
Crews dealt with three water main breaks Monday. Just last week there were nine. It’s a tough job to repair them and takes awhile.
In the last week, there have been nine water main breaks around Fort Wayne, including three on Monday.
Adopt a Family has been going on for six years but this year the family requested different items than in the past. Thanks to overwhelming support, they’ll get those and more.
The city council passed the request for $10 million in legacy funding for the riverfront development project with a 7-2 vote.
When you get more than seven inches of snow, it takes a while to clear it from the roads. Crews have been working since the snow started falling.
Most of the comments on stories about Fort Wayne’s riverfront development project are not supportive. The director of the parks and recreation department doesn’t think that goes beyond the web.
IPFW has decided to reinstate the Women’s Studies program. It was supposed to be cut as part of the University Strategic Alignment Process, or USAP. But as of Tuesday, that’s no longer the case.