Sharpton will speak at the Come As You Are Church at 7910 S. Anthony Blvd. on Sept. 6.
Montrose died Monday while resting in his den house, the sanctuary said. He was 15.
The City and TinCaps are encouraging families and individuals to find time to play catch, run bases in the backyard, and implement baseball activities into family gatherings.
The death marks the 19th traffic fatality for Fort Wayne and Allen County this year, the coroner’s office said.
The job fair will be held Tuesday, Aug. 25 from 3-7 p.m. inside the Expo Center.
Responders have closed at least two of the northbound lanes. Traffic was backed up by 9 a.m.
The academy, an 18-week training program, will begin in January, the department announced. The city said it will hire 15 new firefighters.
The Wolcottville man who won said this gives him the chance to “hit reset” on his life.
The eight annual Fort for Fitness is now just over a month away. Every Monday night at 6 a group meets at the Ash Centre on Freeman Street with a Road Runners Club of America certified coach. This is a free way to get in shape for all the races offered at Fort for Fitness this year.
Tests for E. coli began in early August after contamination concerns from summer flooding.
Police said they found ten plants in the grow. The plants had an estimated street value of $15,000.
Officers said homicide cases take time to solve, but the public can help by coming forward with valuable information.