Local financial expert Mark VandeVelde stopped by First News Sunday to talk about the newest developments in the Greece situation and how it could impact the U.S.
There comes a time in gardening every year when it’s out with the old and in with the new. You may find that the spinach in your garden has bolded (gone to seed) and become bitter, or perhaps your lettuce is tough and seeding. If so, remove it and use the space wisely by planting something else that enjoys the warmer weather!
The 35th annual Greek Festival begins Thursday at Headwaters Park.
Weeds are a common problem in gardens. Take a proactive approach to prevent weeds from taking over by mulching. Learn how to properly mulch in this episode of The Green Thumb!
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21 and if you haven’t gotten your dad something yet, a local chef has an idea.
In honor of national dairy month, Culver’s stopped by NewsChannel 15’s studio.
A local agency committed to helping thousands of families overcome abuse and neglect is holding its annual toy duck race to help benefit their programs.
The 34th annual event that celebrates Fort Wayne’s rich German heritage starts Sunday.
Officials with VisionWalk expect hundreds of community members to join in on the fight against retinal diseases.
Learn how to make an organic fertilizer that’s safe for your plants all season long in this episode of The Green Thumb.
The Allen County Public Library’s summer reading program is no longer for just children and teens. Adults can now get involved.
In the past few years, the parade’s numbers have declined, but organizers are hoping it makes a comeback and is a connection between the community and veterans.
A local organization continues its work in educating the community about how the Summit City contributed to our nation’s history. It’ll ends its lecture series for the year and begin its summer home tours.
Learn how to transplant starter plants using a method that ensures everything is properly watered.
Kenneth Wright with AT&T brought in popular wireless tech items that would make great gifts for any graduate.
Learn how to make better soil in a raised bed garden using materials you may already have.
Laura Wilson, local chef and owner of La Dolce Vita shared sandwich and salad recipes in this week’s segment of Kitchen on a Cart.
Rob Lydick will be bringing viewers planting tips, plant suggestions, garden ideas and more!