Stephen Piscotty hit a two-run homer for the second straight day, but John Lackey lasted just three innings and St. Louis was eliminated with a 6-4 loss to the Chicago Cubs in Game 4 of the NL Division Series on Tuesday
Mark GiaQuinta, Kennedy’s attorney, read a letter to the council at its regular meeting that stated Kennedy was resigning from the clerk’s post she’s held for 32 years.
Days after the city clerk states in a controversial video that employees’ jobs aren’t protected by unions anymore, the councilman who led the way in taking away collective bargaining is responding.
The 2016 Three Rivers Festival parade theme, “Celebrate History – Ignite the Future,” will focus on Indiana’s history and future.
The Commercial Façade Grant program is in its eighth year of providing local businesses matching grants to improve the exteriors of their buildings.
The award was presented to former State Sen. Tom Wyss jointly by the Allen County Sheriff’s Department and the Fort Wayne Police Department.
Halsey Blocher requires 24/7 care and was notified Monday she has five days to find a new health-care provider or she could be taken away from her family.
The Omaha Police Homicide Unit has an arrest warrant out for Michael Nolt, 53, who is from the Fort Wayne and New Haven area.
The $3.5 million dollar contract with Real Alternatives would help provide free pregnancy and parenting services.
The Allen County Alcoholic Beverage Commission Board has recommended the approval for a beer and wine license at the Jefferson Pointe and DuPont Road theaters.
City Clerk Sandy Kennedy’s plans to resign come days after a video surfaced that appears to shows her threatening employees with termination.
“The matter was resolved,” according to a district spokeswoman, but additional police officers were placed on the Heritage campus Monday “as a safety precaution.”
Friday is the last day to apply for the Salvation Army and Toys for Tots programs.
The city’s plans call for such improvements like access to rental housing and services for low-income families.
One person was seriously injured after hitting a house at the intersection of Lower Huntington Road and Airport Expressway early Monday morning.
The road is back open after a large water main break forced the closure of State Road 9 in Columbia City overnight.
A driver is in good condition after hitting a house on John Street Sunday evening.
In 9 years, the annual race has raised $202,007 for Riley Hospital for Children.
The 28th Walk for Animals was held Sunday at Headwaters Park.
The meal includes a corned beef deli sandwich, cole slaw, dill pickle, brownie and a drink. Each meal costs $14 if you paid before Thursday, Oct. 1.