For the fourth time this month, a home has been dedicated at Habitat for Humanity’s northwest Allen County neighborhood. The keys to a women build home were handed over to the a mother of seven boys, who will live inside the Fuller’s Landing home.
A former walk-on thwarted Valparaiso’s last shot attempt with a steal in the closing seconds to help Maryland hold off the determined Crusaders 65-62 on Friday.
According to firefighters at the scene, the homeowners came home and saw smoke coming from his house.
In spring of 2014, 15 Finds Out uncovered Fort Wayne officers over the age of mandatory retirement. Now, there’s a change on the horizon.
It might be hard for some to picture Fort Wayne as a major metro area, but community leaders say it’s not that far off and they’re on track to making it happen.
Local school districts are having a tough time finding teachers to fill an empty void.
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.