See Me on Main, an "optical boutique," announces its opening inside one of the retail outlets at the Bradley Hotel that's under construction in downtown Fort Wayne. The optometry clinic is set to open late this summer.
INDIANAPOLIS — Two Indiana senators who hail from LaGrange County are livid over passage of a bill that will strip state protections of wetlands.
ANGOLA, A business raising show goats and a device that prevents pants tears for those with lower limb prosthetics took the top prizes at Trine University's annual Innovation Challenge, held April 15 in the T. Furth Center for Performing Arts.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s unemployment rate stands at 3.9% for March, well below the national rate is 6.0%, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported April 16.
Indiana University has chosen Pamela Whitten to replace retiring President Michael A. McRobbie. She becomes IU's first woman to lead the school.
On a typical day it’s a half-hour drive between New Haven and Van Wert, Ohio, or vice versa. The flat, straight, dual-lane U.S. 30 makes the commute a breeze.
KENDALLVILLE — Longtime educator and theater advocate Jo Drudge is the recipient of a Noble Legacy Award for 2020 from Gaslight Playhouse Inc., Noble County’s oldest community theater organization.
Spring Street between Leesburg Road and Tyler Avenue will close at 10 p.m. April 15 so that City Utilities' crews can replace a water valve.
The NAHB (National Association of Home Builders) Housing Market Index increased slightly to 83 in April from 82 in March. The NAHB Index remains very strong, well above the 50-point threshold.
Retail sales were up 10% from February to March. Stimulus payments, vaccinations, and better weather all contributed to the surge in spending.
Ask lineman Kim Oster about the worst conditions he's ever worked in, and the first event that comes to mind is the ice storm that hit the area right before Christmas 2008.
ANGOLA — The Angola Historic Preservation Commission has decided to write to the Indiana Department of Transportation to request that it be given time to photograph and document a Pleasant Township farmstead before it is bulldozed to make room for a traffic circle.
KENDALLVILLE — Final installation of 400-amp electrical service on Main Street may be occurring soon, one of the last upgrades needed as part of the city’s streetscape.
HAMILTON — Through a new partnership with Trine University, the “Tritons” — employees — at Triton Metal Products will have access to expanded educational opportunities.
ANGOLA — The Angola Investment Fund awarded eight more COVID-19 forgivable loans April 8, bringing the total number of local businesses that have received financial aid through the program up to 32.
AUBURN — A series of free outdoor concerts for the public will take place this spring and summer at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum.
The Allen County Department of Health is informing the public that children must have proof of age as well as a parent or guardian to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
COLUMBIA CITY — Sailrite Enterprises Inc. (Sailrite), a global provider of fabric, tools, hardware and sewing supplies for sailors, announced plans April 14 to expand operations in Northeast Indiana, creating up to 50 jobs by the end of 2024.
Aging & In-Home Services of Northeast Indiana (AIHS) is hosting a virtual public hearing 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. April 21 to discuss the proposed FY 2022-2023 Area Plan. The purpose of this public hearing is to collect input from residents of northeast Indiana related to home and community-ba…
Fort Wayne SOUP is hosting its first of four events in 2021 on April 22. The event will be hosted virtually on Facebook April 16 through the 22, culminating in a Facebook Live event at 8 p.m. on the 22nd to announce the winning pitch.
WARSAW, Ind. – Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation (KEDCO) recently expanded its Small Business Relief Fund to offer more loan options for local small business owners.
MidWest America Federal Credit Union will celebrate its future location in Bluffton with a groundbreaking at 4 p.m. April 14 at its new location, 1840 N. Main St., Bluffton.
Despite resistance from residents of the Jonathan Oaks subdivision, Fort Wayne City Council approved rezoning April 13 that will allow a townhouse development to be built on property adjacent to the neighborhood.
INDIANAPOLIS — Wetlands legislation that had seen compromises added that were favorable to environmental groups ended up passing April 13 in the Indiana House with those changes stripped at the last minute, providing little protection to state classified wetlands.
MILFORD— CTB, Inc. is planning to soon begin significant improvements at its headquarters manufacturing and office campus in Milford, according to Victor A. Mancinelli, chairman and chief executive officer for CTB.
The month of April marks National Volunteer Month, an opportunity to show appreciation to the scores of volunteers who support nonprofit, civic, faith-based and community organizations.
During my tenure as president of one of the nonprofit boards I served on, there was a dispute between board members and the executive director over something the director proposed to do.
WABASH COUNTY — Grow Wabash County and its many partners, including Ivy Tech Community College and Heartland Career Center, encourage Wabash County residents to register for the upcoming CNC Class Mill & Lathe certification set to begin May 17 at the Heartland Career Center, 79 S 200 W, Wabash.
The African-American Business Leaders for Excellence (ABLE), an Employee Resource Group within Zimmer Biomet in Warsaw announced a financial and health care product donation to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Fort Wayne at a recent news conference.
The Rev. Eric Zimmer, president of the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, knows that to compete with public institutions, the Catholic university needs to have unique programs.
Crews will replace two aging water valves near the intersection of South Anthony and Wayne Trace this week. Beginning April 12, the northbound lane on South Anthony will be closed to thru traffic starting at Wayne Trace. Motorists heading north will use a detour of Wayne Trace, New Haven Ave…
Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana (MHANI) will present Evening of Hope on May 15. This year’s Evening of Hope will be held as a virtual event.
The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) has launched the Nurse Licensure Guidance tool that provides direction and resources on becoming a licensed nurse in the U.S. This online tool breaks down the licensure process, providing state-specific information for both domestically…
INDIANAPOLIS - Gov. Eric J. Holcomb on April 7 announced a significant expansion of the Indiana Small Business Restart Grant that will add $60 million to the program, tripling the total allocation, and allow small businesses to seek reimbursement for eligible expenses incurred between March …