Fort4Fitness’ director of marketing discusses their protocol for the 2016 festival.
Allen County Public Libraries has reported four heroin overdoses in its facilities so far this year.
At 1 p.m. Monday, a man entered the bank, located on Lima Road, approached the teller and handed her a note, indicating that he was robbing the bank.
The closure is set to take place on Monday, September 26 so crews can work on a bridge over the Eel River in northwest Allen County.
The $1 million intercultural center will be named in memory of Jean Childs Young, an educator and human rights activist and the late wife of former U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young.
The traveling exhibit will be on display through January 8.
The event raises money for Animal Care and Control.
The firm advises parents should start early and invest in a 529 account, an education savings plan operated by the state of Indiana that offers a tax credit.
Fort Wayne Police Dispatch said officers were called to the 4600 block of Oliver Street around 3 a.m. Sunday.
The first arriving firefighters found smoke and flames coming from a two-story home.
Rain early on for day two of the festival didn’t ruin anyone’s parade.
The event raises money for the Military Families Program of Associated Churches.
Freimann Square was the host for the annual pet parade.
The market includes several seasonal items, including pumpkins and Indian corn.
While acts like the Flaming Lips are the main attraction to the first ever Middle Waves Music Festival, there are plenty of other things for festival-goers to experience.
California Winery Owner Val Haraszthy is traveling the country to offer people samples of his wine and food.
The festival continues Saturday night, ending with The Flaming Lips.
Forty-five-year-old Russell Brooksbank is preliminarily charged with traffic violation of failing to signal and a misdemeanor count of obstructions/interference with a police officer.
17-year-old Derek Padilla and 16-year-old Lucas Oberkizer were tragically killed in a car crash two weeks ago. After two cancelled games, the team hit the field for the first time Friday.
The bands set to perform including Sidewalk Chalk, The Ike Reilly Association, Bully, and finally Best Coast.