The money will be used for situations such as a house fire, sudden death or family emergency.
The event promises to showcase just about every possible sport in one weekend. Including some unique options such as Futsal, Bubble Soccer, Spikeball, and Human Foosball.
Hurcules and Muellas go everywhere together. A shelter is looking for a home willing to adopt this bonded pair and give them a great life.
There’s a new homeowner at Fulller’s Landing, a neighborhood completely filled with homes built by Habitat For Humanity. Habitat leaders passed the keys over Thursday afternoon to the new owner of the first-ever local interfaith build home.
Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly honored its 2015 Forty Under 40 class Thursday night. An awards ceremony took place at Ceruti’s Banquet & Event Center.
A police K-9 officer located Dwayne Trim approximately a half-mile from where he was last seen Thursday.
Crews were cutting holes and mowing the greens at Foster Park Golf Course and McMillen Park Golf course to get golfers ready to hit the links. City golf course manager Rick Hemsoth said the plan is to have McMillen, Shoaff, Foster, and the Mad Anthony 3’s open by noon Friday.
The school district and the YMCA want to expand child care from nine schools to 19 schools to help parents deal with major cuts in bus service for students.
The 19-year-old was handling a loaded gun when he shot himself inside a garage late Wednesday afternoon in Bluffton according to police.
A letter that went home to the Smith-Green Community Schools community Tuesday afternoon stated that the staff member had used “poor professional judgment.”
The teacher was one of two staffers relieved of their duties last week at Wayne High School.
The store features lots of improvements and now also has a fuel center.