The meeting will be held Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at the elementary school for parents of students.
A sculpture designed to be an abstract view of a city skyline is now lit up at Superior Circle.
Wind farm will help generate power for new Ohio distribution centers.
Fort Wayne families of the Indiana National Guard and Indiana Air Guard will get all the fixings, from a 10 to 13 pound turkey to the corn and green beans thanks to the Associated Churches.
Jennifer Spurgeon died after an apartment fire in Fort Wayne in 2009, but her legacy lives on through her organ donations. Monday, her mother thanked the hospital staff who cared for her daughter.
Matthew 25 Health and Dental Clinic expanded its service area from one county to 15 counties.
The opening comes just five days after owner Todd Smith took over the space and started its remodel.
A “concerned citizen” found a live guinea pig in a dumpster near the intersection of Fairington Drive and North Clinton Street.
Every year the Rescue Mission is preparing 3,000 meals to feed people across the community.
The program featured events centered around grief at the holiday season.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo celebrated the first birth of the Sumatran Orangutan on Sunday.
The flight from Indianapolis to Los Angeles was diverted to Kansas City.
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The Embassy will fill with around 60 trees during the holiday season. It’s a tradition that started 31 years ago.
It happened along State Blvd. at Spy Run Creek early Sunday morning.
Dozens of minor car accidents across the city were a result of vehicles sliding off the roads.
Officers responded to the 3200 block of Central Drive around 6:30 Saturday evening.
The driver was cleared by medics before being arrested for his role in the crash that left one person dead and two others injured.