It’s a family-friendly showcase of local talent and a chance to participate in a wide variety of engaging and entertaining activities.
Two-EE’s Winery has only been open for a couple years, but that’s all it took to make international headlines.
Last year, Goodwill’s employment services provided 12,241 services to people.
Before the school day even started, a beloved elementary school teacher was struck and killed by a semi on Interstate 469.
FWCS superintendent Dr. Wendy Robinson said with transportation changes and building improvements, it’s taken the community to make it a smooth start of the year.
The service will take place Sunday, Aug. 30 from 4-5 p.m. at the North Campus Auditorium. It is free and open to the public.
For the second year, Brotherhood Mutual is partnering with FWSW to hold its own contest and get employees healthy.
Performances include street drummers, dancers, musicians, caricature artists, magicians, jugglers, stilt walkers, and more. You can also see many works of art along with professional living statues “Country Boy Fountain” and “Marie Antoinette”.
Erin’s House For Grieving Children joins NewsChannel 15’s First News Sunday offering tips for both parents and teachers to talk with grieving children.
The program allows a financial coach and client to create a personalized program to help reach financial goals.
It’s important to take some steps to keep your flowers blooming throughout the growing season. One of those steps is called deadheading.
Parents have the chance to get free school supplies while attending a picnic.
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.