The Fort Wayne Women’s Expo runs from 10 a.m to 5 p.m. at the Coliseum. Tickets cost $7 each.
Belmont Beverage plans to open all of their locations on Sundays if Governor Holcomb signs the bill into law.
The event raised money for Hoosier Burn Camp and the Great Lakes Burn Camp.
Carroll High School will host an interagency training exercise on Saturday that will focus on rescues in hostile situations.
The space at the Jackson R. Lehman Family YMCA was designed for adults and children with sensory processing conditions.
Fort Wayne City Council will consider a resolution to signal a “willingness to discuss” requests for funding for the $300 million Electric Works redevelopment.
Available positions include sorters, stockers, forklift operators, cashiers and sales floor associates. Both part-time and full-time positions are available starting April 6, 2018, through April 16,
Mark Cowan, an Army veteran, was moved to do something following the Florida school shooting and threats closer to home. He stands armed with a handgun and AR-15 off of school grounds, but close enough to keep an eye on people going in and out of the high school.
Biggs Workforce Housing, Neighborhood Homes & Apartments, River’s Edge and Slocum Pointe were all awarded Rental Housing Tax Credits.
Flint & Walling has moved into the former Superior Essex facility at 800 West Mitchell St. It will hire 40 new employees to work on a new production line.
Two Indiana men have already been arrested in what police are calling a “drug deal gone bad.”
The Horseshoe Casino in Harrison County closed at 10 a.m. Thursday.
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Six reports of threats made at area schools all in the course of one day left the community in a fever pitch Thursday
Fire crews were called to West Wind Apartments around 8:30 Thursday night.
Greg Reynolds of Reynolds Wealth management breaks down how seniors will be affected in a number of ways.
Plans are being drafted for the 27,000-square-foot, two-story addition to the main patient building at Fort Wayne’s VA Medical Center.
U.S. Sen. Todd Young’s Fair Shot Agenda, focuses on improving opportunity, safety, health, and better government for Indiana residents.
In the last week, the city got 60 calls on potholes and filled 500 overall. This week, the city’s call center received more than 170 calls and fixed about 800.
Van Wert City Schools and East Allen County Schools confirmed online threats but that they are not active.