The holidays are here and so is the season of indulging, but do you know what goes with what when it comes to appetizers at your next dinner party?
Cast your vote on the best downtown display by Dec. 14!
The Youtheatre is hosting “Holidaze: a Survivor’s Guide for the Season” starting December 11.
The state Court of Claims says that it approved a settlement on Nov. 13 that gives TRIAD $125,000 and SFC Graphics about $45,000.
Police said a man wearing a red hoodie and black pants walked into the business armed with a gun and demanded cash.
The car caught fire after first hitting several trees and then colliding into the utility pole.
Several streets near the mall were blocked off as police attempted to contact the man refusing to come out of a trailer.
More than 3,500 passengers will step aboard a classic red caboose this December to take a ride with Santa Claus.
The student’s body was found in a lake in October.
Hometown Collaboration Initiative is a 12 to 24 month program that helps community leaders focus on economy, leadership, and public spaces.
At least four vehicles were involved in the crash near Stellhorn and Reed roads.
No serious injuries were reported, but crews were needed to help clean up the incident.
The University of Saint Francis hosts a number of events to celebrate the holiday season on Saturday Dec. 5 and Sunday Dec. 6.
Flags will stay at half-staff for Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.
IPFW Anthropology Professor and ISIS analyst Lawrence Kuznar explains the difference between a self-radicalized terrorist attack and an ISIS-lead attack.
The rally will be held Dec. 10, 2015 at the Coliseum.
The Allen County Sheriff’s Department SWAT team is ready to respond should a mass shooting happen here.
Country star Jennifer Nettles will perform at the Embassy Theatre on Thursday, March 17, at 7:30 p.m.
The company is reinforcing a rule that does not allow solicitation inside the stores.
Gen Con threatened to leave Indiana earlier this year over the divisive Religious Freedom Restoration Act.