The Embassy will fill with around 60 trees during the holiday season. It’s a tradition that started 31 years ago.
Downtown coffee shop Fortezza Coffee fundraising for the Rescue Mission by giving away homemade cookies to customers who make a donation.
Professional violinist Kristine Papillon, member of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, wrote “Crumpet The Trumpet” to help her child fall asleep at night.
Is holiday decorating not in the budget? Here’s some suggestions that will give you the most bang for your buck.
Mad Anthony Brewing Company is celebrating two gold medals in addition to adding canned beer and releasing a special series of beer.
Fantasy of Lights gives families the chance to drive though Franke Park to see 80 larger-than-life, animated light displays depicting holiday scenes.
Science Central returned on First News to discuss its natural science area, bringing a few of its residents: Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches.
Pin-Up Curls was recently named a 2015 Stamp Winner by Salon Today magazine.
Cuba has not seen a new Christian church in the country since 1959, however, thanks to a local mother and son, that’s about to change. They’re working with local restaurant owners and natives of Cuba to raise money to build a new church.
Thanksgiving fixings are on the minds of many this November and to get a jump-start on the holiday, the owner of a local market, known for its ‘back to basics’ approach, has a simpler side dish option.
Grabill Family Dentistry is offering free services including exams, fillings, cleanings and extractions.
Halloween is the day made just for candy. However, if you want satisfy your sweet tooth another way, a local chef has some ideas for some sweet treats.
Fort Wayne Escape Room has two different interactive scenarios where contestants must piece together clues and solve elaborate puzzles to make it out as a team before the clock runs out.
Science Central is celebrating 20 years in November and to commemorate the anniversary, it’s offering free admission along with a celebration.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Choir offers children from different backgrounds the chance to join a choral program.
The makers of Sauce Toss are bringing their game that combines hockey and bean bag toss to Fort Wayne for a fun fundraising opportunity.
The gala also includes the opening performance of Jesus Christ Superstar, which runs for two weeks.
Ingredients at the new Tolon restaurant all come from within a four hour drive of the Summit City, making it a primary spot for people wanting to eat farm to table dishes.
The CDC estimates on average more than 200,000 people are hospitalized for flu-related symptoms each year.
The annual Trailblazers 5K/ 10K race is just weeks away and there’s still time to register.