In addition to several types of chili, the event featured a silent auction, music, kid’s activities, adoptable pets, and a beer garden.
Celebrating Indiana: 200 Years Young! showcases stories about Indiana’s history which Hoosiers are celebrating all year.
The informational gathering gave candidates, including a representative for Todd Young, the chance to address the audience, and for the public to ask questions.
The “22” is symbolic for the number of veterans who commit suicide every day.
Education opportunities, administration services, housing assistance, counseling services, legal assistance, clothing, supplies and a free meal from Texas Roadhouse will be provided for veterans that attend the event.
Those at Live on Goods say ‘bib’ is a bad word. They make dignified clothing protectors for adults.
Meet Jennifer Dinet this month’s You Go Girl! recipient.
The Kuehnert family is hosting their Fall Festival on W. Cook Road for the fourth year.
The Fort Wayne based franchise is locally owned and operated.
The missing child Aniyah Recht has been found safely.
After a Northrop sophomore performed life-saving CPR on an elderly man in an area Walmart, the superstore wanted to surprise him with a gift.
The 8th Annual Safety Fair will be held at Jefferson Pointe on Saturday, September 24th.
The number of people considered the ‘working poor’ has gone up 6-percent in just two years in Allen County. The working poor are people who are employed and above the poverty line, but they’re still not making enough to afford all basic household needs.
Fort Wayne seniors and retirees gathered Friday at the headquarters of the Allen County Democrats.
Oak Hill Farm horse therapy center in Roanoke is holding its annual day at the farm on Sunday, October 2.
Rehabilitation Center seeks items to support men enrolled in the program.
Fort Wayne firefighters were called just before 5:30 a.m. Friday to a home at 4646 Southpark Dr. on a report of a house fire.
Take a look at these free activities going on this weekend.
Emergency crews were dispatched to the 8000 block of Kress Road.
14-year-old Trinity Hairston survived a brutal attack that left four of her family members dead.