It happened Monday evening on the east side of Butler.
Amy Warren and her son, Asher, are spearheading the project.
The pair were arrested just hours apart for two separate killings.
The goal is to bring together local organizations who put on events to create one big music festival.
A local non-profit organization that helps thousands in need in northeast Indiana released its finding for 2015. It found that while the unemployment rate has gone down, poverty levels are going up.
A home in a rural area of northwest Allen County caught fire, and a man’s body was found on the heavily wooded property later.
The number of restaurants and other businesses offering discounts or freebies to veterans continues to grow.
There’s still time to pay to avoid a late fee penalty for the fall installment for those who have not yet done so.
The average price for a gallon of regular unleaded dropped by 13 cents last week in Indiana, the biggest decline of any state according to the price web site GasBuddy.
Before the interstate system, U.S. 27 took travelers from St. Ignace, in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, through Decatur, Indiana to Miami, Florida.
A group is offering $500 for the return of a piece of history after it was stolen from South Milford last month.
Chambers was chosen by the Allen County Democratic party in a special caucus Sunday to take over after clerk Sandy Kennedy and then interim clerk Angie Davis both resigned.
Science Central returned on First News to discuss its natural science area, bringing a few of its residents: Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches.
The fire happened at the Astoria Apartments and Townhomes near the 2700 hundred block of East Paulding Road, near the Twin Oaks Apartment complex.
Hundreds gathered at the new veterans memorial inside Memorial Park for a dedication ceremony Saturday, to help the community honor local veterans.
Pin-Up Curls was recently named a 2015 Stamp Winner by Salon Today magazine.
Cuba has not seen a new Christian church in the country since 1959, however, thanks to a local mother and son, that’s about to change. They’re working with local restaurant owners and natives of Cuba to raise money to build a new church.
The holdup took place at a BP located at the corner of Clinton and Coliseum around 3 a.m. Saturday morning. Police say no one was hurt in the incident.