Robert A. Hobby, Director of Music at Trinity English Lutheran Church, has composed two pieces for the pope’s visit to the United States.
Jeffrey Melvin, 53, of Columbia City, was motoring a personal watercraft across Lake Webster around 5 p.m. Saturday when he made a sharp turn into the path of another that was being operated by his friend.
The opening date for the ice skating rink at Headwaters Park has been pushed back while contractors replace the concrete floor after major deterioration was discovered.
The center will be located at 7500 S.R. 930 East in New Haven, where the the former Marine Corp. League sat.
Just after 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, Angola Police pulled over a vehicle on Mill Street. Inside were three adults, a small child – and a meth lab.
Local artists are encouraged to submit design ideas for ten wooden benches that will be installed along the downtown riverfront.
The grant will aid 140 IPFW students a year by motivating and supporting students from less advantaged backgrounds.
Garrett Mayor Tonya Hoeffel will be laid to rest Saturday at Christian Union Cemetery in Garrett.
A driver got an SUV stuck on a bridge that’s under construction in northern Allen County.
The district is holding five community meetings to get voter’s feedback for the project as well as solicit any new ideas or concerns. Those start on Thursday, September 10th.
The 7th Annual Allen County Safety Fair takes place this Saturday.
Students are encouraged to wear red to the home football game with Snider in honor of sophomore JoQuan Liggion, who died Sunday in a traffic crash.
Three DeKalb County mosquito pools tested positive for the virus, health officials said.
Nicole Hart found her 2-year-old cat, Carrot, its fur blood-soaked, its tongue severed and placed on a window sill, the late evening of Aug. 30.
Valravn will be the tallest, fastest and longest dive coaster in the world.
Some residents in Allen County have received phone calls claiming they’ve missed jury duty and now must pay a fine.
William D. Wagaman, 52, of Grabill, was mowing grass on a riding mower along S.R. 37 near Ricker Road just after 5 p.m. Monday when he was hit by a vehicle that had veer off the roadway.
Wells County Economic Development CEO Tim Ehlerding called the designation “one more arrow in our quiver of economic development tools.”
The appeal involves a judgment that orders the Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese to pay a former language arts teacher who underwent in vitro fertilization treatments.
Firefighters were called to a home in the 600 block of Fifth Street shortly before 1 a.m. Wednesday.