From trolley shopping and the Great American Cleanup to Kickstart and Fort4Fitness’ Spring Cycle, there were dozens of activities going on in downtown.
Downtown was booming, thanks to one of Fort Wayne’s newest festivals. From cycling, to art, theater and music, Fort4Fitness Spring Cycle returned as part of Kickstart Saturday.
During this year’s Great American Cleanup, about 5,000 people collected litter and debris in various areas around the city.
The escaped inmate was taken into police custody late Saturday after he was found inside a Lafayette home.
“Cheese and Quackers” helps SCAN raise money that goes to eliminate child abuse and neglect.
Police are warning of a potentially deadly heroin being sold on the streets that is so strong a person would need immediate medical assistance once injected.
Schools across Indiana have their estimated budgets for two of the next upcoming school years. While the statewide increase is at 2.3 percent, Hamilton Community Schools will face the biggest cut in the state.
There are about 20 different events going on downtown Fort Wayne Saturday. Click here for a list and details about the various events.
Fort Wayne City Councilman Glynn Hines questions developers’ commitment level in his district.
Mad Anthony Brewing Company is selling its Summer Daze Wheat at its four breweries and more than 20 liquor stores in Northeast Indiana.
The fire started just before 5 p.m. Friday night.
The three-day ‘IN Run for the Fallen’ event started in Fort Wayne Friday morning and will end in Indianapolis on Sunday.