Students in East Allen County schools will begin Tuesday, August 11 and teachers will report back on Monday. However, several employees have already begun work for the new school year.
Students at Southwest Allen County Schools will head back to school Wednesday, August 12 and the superintendent, the board and teachers have been busy planning.
Great Clips donated books and $500 to Kate’s Kart, an organization that helps children who’re in the hospital find comfort by reading.
AT&T has some gadget ideas to help make going back to school a little easier.
Inventors and builders are expected to fill Fort Wayne’s fifth annual Regional Maker Faire. Makers range from tech enthusiasts to scientists to garage tinkerers, of all ages and backgrounds.
The 26th annual Allen County Fun Fair runs now through Aug. 2 at the Allen County Fairgrounds, 2726 Carroll Road.
The deadline for a discounted registration is Friday, July 31.
Wrestling pros and fans will fill SportONE Parkview Icehouse Saturday night.
On Sunday, the ADA will turn 25. The Northeast Indiana Disability Advocacy Coalition held a press conference on the steps of the Federal Courthouse in Fort Wayne.
Looking for a natural way to keep pests out of your garden? Consider doing some companion planting!
4,000 people are expected to visit the town of Roanoke as part of its annual car show.
The race is August 1st. Teams can still register through July 31st, but you might not get a t-shirt if you wait. The event is at Headwaters Park West.
Teds Market will offer fresh deli and quality grocery items, and a wine bar.
The public is invited to attend and support the 26 contestants who have spent 15 weeks with one goal in mind: to get healthy.
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.