The event includes role-playing games, miniatures games, board games, collectible card games, and computer games
Veterans in the community came together for a 5k run/walk Sunday on the Rivergreenway.
City officials are trying to track down the gravesites of all the delegates to the 1816 convention that created the state constitution.
The event is in support of Children with Hair Loss, a non-profit organization that aims to provide a resource for children who have medically-related hair loss
Pedal City is an indoor/outdoor full-service bar on wheels, specifically a 7-13 person pedal bike.
History Center Executive Director Todd Pelfrey shared armor used during the Civil War.
A portion of sales from the day will go to Kate’s Kart, a Fort Wayne charity that provides books to hospitalized children.
More than 100 participants will gave up shelter for one night in order to better understand and raise awareness about homelessness.
The LaGrange County man was waterfowl hunting in Noble County when his canoe flipped and capsized early Thursday morning.
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FWCS honored veterans with various assemblies, donations, and fundraisers. Brentwood Elementary hosted an assembly with a flag ceremony with the 122nd Fighter Wing Honor Guard.
The fire erupted in an alley behind a shopping complex.
Allen County Councilman Roy Buskirk died Nov. 4 at age 72. The late Buskirk won re-election Tuesday.
Take a look at these free activities going on this weekend.
Kosciusko County Sheriff C. Aaron Rovenstine was indicted on the 10 felony charges in February.
Andrew Mevis, a senior football player from Warsaw High School, was presented his honorary game jersey at the American Family Insurance Selection Tour for the 2017 Under Armour All-America High School Football Game at Warsaw High School today.
A local business man invested $1.2 million in the south side of Fort Wayne, and he did it over 6 years with his own money and hard work.
One of Fort Wayne’s native sons is back in the Summit City. Charlie Savage is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and writer for the New York Times Washington Bureau He’s become an expert on the post 9-11 presidencies of George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
Chairman David Sanders was on IPFW’s campus Thursday to meet with the chancellor and faculty to address concerns from some staff.
Crews closed all southbound lanes of Interstate 69 at mile marker 306, just north of the State Road 14/Illinois Road interchange.