Two fundraising events are planned for Nov. 16 and Nov. 25 at Calhoun Street Soups, Salads, and Spirits.
A ‘community challenge’ grant will transform Columbia Avenue.
The man’s body was discovered at the construction site for Skyline Tower in downtown Fort Wayne last Friday.
The shooting took place last Friday at a Fort Wayne home. The name of the suspect who was shot has also been released.
The Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade issued for Lutheran and Parkview were markedly different. Parkview Regional Medical Center received an A, while Lutheran, Dupont and St. Joseph hospitals received a D.
Brian A. Lowe died late last week after being shot in the head on October 25. Police made an arrest later that day.
In Allen County fall property tax payments are due November 13 and there are several ways for residents to pay.
She has what it takes. A Fort Wayne 16-year-old is moving on, and getting high praise from mega stars. Addison Agen won her knockout round Monday on The Voice, and will continue on to the playoffs.
Meraki Fest, held Sunday, Dec. 3 at The Phoenix at 1122 Broadway, will feature live music, food, and a host of busker-style entertainers
Indiana has one of the highest infant mortality rates in the country and the state is attempting to curb that with a new grant, which Parkview Health will be receiving.
Fort Wayne firefighters were called to a fire at a business south of downtown just before 3 a.m. Monday.
The 2018 season at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo will begin April 21.
The state-of-the-art indoor theater will show first-run movies four days a week.
About 100 people walked from the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Bridge to Freimann Square. Afterwards, the walkers held hands and danced to the song ‘Love Train’ by the O’Jays.
Smiles 4 Vets is set to happen Saturday, November 4 at Grabill Family Dentistry. Free services include check-ups, exams, cleanings and other procedures.
The staff at Science Central is preparing for Mixology. The annual event is set for Friday, November 3rd.
Firefighters arrived and found Sparks Commercial Tire fully engulfed in flames.
The Wolcottville Police Department said, “…his total disregard for public safety is our biggest concern.”
The two-day event returned for the second time to host comic book lovers and pop culture collectors.
Borne, 71, built Asher into a national marketing and advertising company that employs 65 people in nine offices.