Community Transportation Network is a non-profit organization, helping seniors, people with disabilities, low-income families, and children. Their Mission is to provide dependable and efficient transportation so no one is left behind.
Science Central is an exciting mix of inspiring and fun hands-on learning and engaging fun.
There’s something for every outdoor lover.
The annual Pink Out Event is returning to IPFW for the 11th year.
The goal of Girlz Rock is to empower women and girls and to help them develop positive self-images.
After last year’s inaugural New Year’s Eve ball drop downtown, organizers are looking to ring in 2018 in a bigger and better way.
People are turning to technology for solutions on how to stress less during the holidays. Stores like AT&T are there to help.
Science Central has fun for the whole family.
The program aims to inspire people to look up at their local night-sky with a new understanding.
The Hoosier Shuttle has been taking travelers, shoppers or just visitors from Fort Wayne to Indy since 2008. Bryan Carlson is a big part of that.
The market is Saturday December 16th.
The event kicks off today at Acme bar and Grill.
Runners braved the snow and below-freezing temperatures and ran the 4-mile course around Fort Wayne.
Habitat works to provide families with stability and independence through homeownership.
There’s still time to catch Science Central’s winter programs.
The selection may be big but the price tag doesn’t have to be.
Jerry Vandeveer rings a bell collecting for Salvation Army but also spreads an important message while doing so.
This year’s theme is “Silver Bells” and features 58 uniquely decorated trees and animated holiday windows.
It’s part of Small Business Saturday with the Downtown Improvement District.