Zachary Caldwell joined First News to create some of their delectable dishes.
Christmas in the Park, sponsored by the Christ Child Festival of Fort Wayne Inc, is a gift to the community. There are no charges for admission, parking, entertainment or refreshments.
The historic light display will feature 13 new display scenes and a new concession area with hot cocoa and free popcorn.
The course will be illuminated by 110 animated light displays depicting holiday scenes.
Carroll Performing Arts Department has been delighting audiences with power vocals, music and thrilling stage productions for years.
Some people have a tough time emotionally during the holidays. That’s where companies like Hand in Hand Comprehensive Therapy can help.
Fundraising events, like this one coming up, have helped the organization carry on that vision for more than three decades.
After sitting vacant since 2010, the halls of Elmhurst High School came alive again when alumni were allowed back inside for one last time.
Learn a fun way to learn about the earth at home.
The Fort Wayne Rescue Mission is working to raise awareness for homelessness and hunger through a special event.
November is Alzheimer’s Awareness month but North Woods works at awareness all year.
BoxLunch is a curated novelty shop based in pop culture and licensed product with a charitable mission.
Three Rivers Distilling opened in April 2016 as Northeast Indiana’s first craft distillery since Prohibition. The award winning company produces a full lineup of grain-to-bottle products made in Fort Wayne.
Lutheran Health Network Breast Cancer Navigators serve as the patient’s personal advocate and guide them from diagnosis to recovery and beyond.
This year’s Fright Night features more than 27 activities, including some new ones and the fan favorites. The “Zombie Walk” is always highly-anticipated.
The 10th annual Fright Night takes place Saturday in downtown Fort Wayne with fun for the entire family.
Out of a Jam is a local organization that teaches women and teens culinary and entrepreneurial training along with life skills in an effort to prepare them to be upstanding citizens at work and in their communities.
With over 300 trained counselors throughout the state, they offer free impartial health insurance counseling for people with Medicare.
The expo features shopping, exciting guest speakers, and entertainment.
Whether it’s fettuccine Alfredo or just plain spaghetti and meatballs, everyone can enjoy National Pasta Day.