Around 400 girls lined up at the Grand Wayne Convention Center Saturday morning for a free prom or homecoming dress on ‘Cinderella Dress Day.’
The tours include visits to The Gas House, The Hoppy Gnome, Dash-In, The Golden and DeBrand Fine Chocolates.
The Niswonger Performing Arts Center of Northwest Ohio will host an optional black tie event featuring Bernadette Peters and the Boston Pops Orchestra.
The event features all you can eat fish and tenderloin and carnival games for kids to raise money for all the work that Allen County 4-H does for kids.
The Shipshewana On the Road Gift, Food and Craft Show this weekend at the Memorial Coliseum offers merchandise that is “nearly impossible” to find at most retail establishments.
The bill’s withdraw is a danger point for the relationship between Trump and Ryan, who had an awkward pairing during the campaign but worked in tandem on the GOP health measure.
Ahead of the state championship Saturday, the last coach that led the North Side boy’s basketball team to that milestone in 1965 said that a third time could be the charm. The team also appeared at state in 1955.
A two-vehicle crash temporarily closed down State Road 37 near Killian Road in Harlan.
Viewers told NewsChannel 15 that a “large boom” that appeared to be an earthquake or sonic boom was heard in Markle, Ossian, Huntington and Warren.
The project will involve lane restrictions and lowered speed limits in multiple locations with the work not expected to be completed until 2018.
Residents with stone or gravel roads will be able to choose between two different dust control material applications at sign up.
The Dallas Cowboys running back and former Harding Hawks standout spoke to a group of students about the importance of education.
Lippert Components will erect a $19.17 million, 380,000-square-foot manufacturing plant along Ryan Road. The new jobs will pay an average of $15 per hour.
Here are just a few of the free things to take advantage of this weekend.
The Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program is an all-encompassing program that helps vets get back to work.
An organization is encouraging Hoosiers to fight back against a proposed tax hike on cigarettes that would raise the price as much as $1.50.
Demolition of the Bowser buildings at 1302 Creighton Ave., which housed the headquarters of a gas pump company and the Fort Wayne Police Department, was halted last week.
A Fort Wayne City Utility customer reached out to the office for help logging into his account then an employee sent him a spreadsheet filled with information about other customers’ accounts.
A previously convicted felon was sentenced to 20 years in prison and two years of supervised release for his role in running a drug house.
The food truck menu will rotate regularly. The school said it could feature items like pizza, pierogies, sushi, tacos, soup or sandwiches.