History Center Executive Director Todd Pelfrey shared a special artifact involving Fort Wayne Community Schools. He brought a banner carried for the very first day of classes at FWCS back in 1787.
Dick Stoner has been a comedy magician for more than 70 years. He offers shows for kids to learn the tricks of the trade.
If you love fruit but have never planted an orchard of your own due to space constraints, you might want to consider grafted fruit trees.
Participants will have the chance to meet and play with other new musicians along with a live rock concert in Sweetwater’s Performance Theater.
Before you transplant those starter plants, here’s what you need to know.
Every Tuesday a group will meet to go for a bike ride to spotlight a specific trail around Fort Wayne.
Double life saving donations with a buddy on the first Saturday in June.
Martin Fisher demonstrates examples of the force of gravity.
The Fort Wayne native is the keynote speaker at the Common Bond Breakfast. He was involved in two plane crashes in the span of eight years.
The discussion involves panelists from IPFW Environmental Resources Center, Indiana Kayak Anglers Assoc., a Landscape Architect, Little River Wetlands and Purdue Extension Office of Allen County. They will have time for questions and answers following the panel discussion.
It’s a cheap and effective way to build a raised bed with layers that will create great soil.
VooDoo BBQ & Grill along with Winner’s Circle Off Tracking Betting is one of the many establishments celebrating the race before the 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby.
History Center Executive Director Todd Pelfrey shared two special artifacts from this month’s exhibit involving telephone service in Fort Wayne.
District officials said – if approved – won’t raise property taxes but will fund necessary upgrades at 42 of the district’s buildings.
She joined NewsChannel 15’s First News Sunday to talk about why she’s running for Indiana’s 3rd district congressional representative.
Indiana State Senator Jim Banks is trying to become the state’s next representative for the 3rd District. He stopped by First News Weekend for our Meet The Candidates series.
The 5th annual event draws about 1,000 cyclists downtown for a number of events for all ages.
Just submit a picture of mom with a Prairie Farms product on wane.com and a winner will be chosen at random to get milk for a year.
He joined NewsChannel 15’s First News Saturday to talk about his life and why he’s running for Indiana’s 3rd district congressional representative.
Earth Day Fort Wayne is a free, family-friendly event happening from 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, April 24.