The $20.1 million project is the biggest federally funded project in Fort Wayne International Airport’s history, according to officials.
Every year more and more kids participate in the summer food program. Why does the number keep going up?
The comedian and ventriloquist is set to take the stage Aug. 17. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday.
Celebrate African American freedom and respect for all cultures.
For more than 30 years, Senior Games has been encouraging people over the age of 50 to remain active and physically fit.
The TinCaps have averaged 5,534 fans at Parkview Field per game in 2016. The TinCaps edged McCormick Field, the home of the Asheville Tourists, in Ballpark Digest’s Best of the Ballparks bracket-style competition.
The bicyclist, who was from New York, was hit from behind late Sunday evening in Kosciusko County. He passed away from his injuries on Monday.
More than a hundred women will hit the links Monday for the 24th annual Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer Classic.
It happened at the Marathon gas station at the intersection of E. State Blvd. and Crescent Ave. in Fort Wayne.
Germanfest at Headwaters Park starts Wednesday.
Even in his final months, Muhammad Ali was speaking out on behalf of Islam, the religion he so famously embraced in the 1960s by changing his name and refusing to fight in the Vietnam War.
The city is hosting the 5th Annual Sculpture Tour. 31 featured pieces of art will be on display throughout the year.
The event is a premier homecoming event, when New Haven officials welcome all current and former residents and guests from all over the tri-state area for a week filled with camaraderie and family-friendly fun.
A male juvenile was dropped off at a hospital in serious condition, but was downgraded to critical, according to police.
Goals are meant to exceed, and that’s what one community did when raising money for the Honor Flight Program.
Water samples taken from the river showed an increase in toxins that are present with an algal bloom.
Last year more than 1,000 turned out for the festival at Headwaters Park West.
Click this story to see pictures of some dogs that participated in the K-9 Klassic.
The observatory, being built in a rural area a few miles east of New Haven, will fit some 40 people.
More than 2500 guests and volunteers join us with six divisions of tennis and four golf tournaments held at three separate clubs! In addition, two dinner celebrations, two auctions and an annual donor reception.