Ask questions and hear more about life on and near the rivers.
Teams can register through June 23.
There are no easy answers to homelessness, but local groups are ready to help.
Three USAT sanctioned events will be offered in Northeastern Indiana this season.
It offers hiking, hayrides, biking and boating, activities for kids and local bands.
As we head into Spring, and spring cleaning, Mustard Seed is hoping that the public will think to repurpose items by donating them to the Furniture Bank.
The weather has been so cold lately, and that has some people worried about their landscape.
Look no further if you need something to do this week.
Let’s talk about our rivers.
JDRF unveils the new One Walk look.
New event offers city sights and jazz sounds.
Tickets are available in person only at the Larsen Box Office in the Gates Athletic Center starting at 12:30p.m.
Indiana FCA is bringing Benjamin Watson to Fort Wayne for a Night of Hope on May 2.
As of March 22 and unexpectedly, 40 tickets became available for Thursday’s Omnibus. Pick up or reserve through the box office until gone.
“Without CTN, I’d be all dressed up with nowhere to go.”
The Fort Wayne community Goes Red for the American Heart Association.
You can dash around downtown in support of women’s heart health.
Over the past few days, we have experienced the coldest temperatures so far this winter. That cold not only takes a toll on us, but also on our vehicles. Social media is full of ways to take care of your car in the winter, but not all of those are good ideas.
Interested students can apply online.
The voting process in Fort Wayne looked quite different a century ago. See an early ballot box used to elect Fort Wayne’s first nine mayors.