Bar 145’s Fort Wayne location at 4910 N. Clinton St. abruptly closed Jan. 2, and employees said they had no warning.
The event is scheduled for Saturday, February 11 and is a way for people to start their healthy resolutions by completing their first mile at the Turnstone track.
This is the 10th year for the event held by the Fort Wayne Mastodons Women’s basketball program to raise funds to benefit the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer Research.
The 2017 Three Rivers Festival runs July 7-15.
Crews were called to Sauder Feeds around 8:30 Tuesday night.
The health insurance plan would have require the city to pay more in the health insurance funds for retired firefighters. Mayor Tom Henry vetoed the plan, citing budget issues.
Julie Osterman can’t believe how fast the time has gone. On Tuesday she’ll watch President Barack Obama give his farewell address. Even after he’s left office, Osterman has her memories of meeting him, and a picture to prove it.
Water rates would increase 30 percent this year and 20 percent in 2018.
Drivers were urged to use alternate routes such as S.R. 205 to U.S. 30 or S.R. 3 to avoid the traffic congestion.
Some of those slide offs were on the interstates.
The first round of layoffs will begin March 8 with 75 employees losing jobs. Employees said they were previously would told layoffs start in April. All told, 738 manufacturing jobs will be lost at the plant.
Katie Dorsey and her mom started Hope Books in 2015 with the goal of collecting 10,000 books for kids by 2016. As of the new year, there have been more than 11,000 collected.
Dispatch confirmed that police were called to Lima Road, outside of the Windsor Woods neighborhood after an apparent road rage incident where was one person was shot.
The body of a 35-year-old Wabash woman was found just after 8 a.m. Monday morning on a sidewalk near the intersection of Wabash and Main streets.
The choir performed at the IPFW Rhinehart Music Center.
A 42 minute pursuit started in Angola and ended in Branch Co., Michigan.
Wells County deputies used a taser twice on a man who became combative during an incident in Craigville.
The company posted on its Facebook Page and on the front doors of the restaurant that it’s closure was effective immediately.
Community Transportation Network has been primarily dedicated to making sure people in the community make it to their doctor’s appointments. The non-profit is hosting a New Orleans style celebration with food, drinks, music, entertainment and a silent auction.
Using diffraction grating, a thin piece of plastic and a flashlight, along with feathers and a candle, Science Central’s Martin Fisher created a rainbow effect.