If you hear a whirring sound in the sky and look up to see a bright green helicopter, it's probably Parkview Hospital's air ambulance, Samaritan.
Egg'Lectic Cafe, which announced in September that it was taking over the space that had been Diego's Family Restaurant, gets its new sign Nov. 18. The diner at 6736 E. State Blvd. in Georgetown Square serves breakfast and brunch 7 a.m.-3 p.m. seven days a week.
Portillo's Hot Dogs' newly built restaurant at Fort Wayne's Glenbrook Square doesn't open until Dec. 5, but we got an early taste because we're special. Well, we and 2,499 other people.
The American Cancer Society's Great American Smokeout is an annual event, always on the third Thursday of November, that challenges the estimated 40 million Americans who smoke to quit that day, or at least make a plan to quit.
Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department invites citizens to the upcoming free Community and Family Engagement Night at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 19 at Faith United Methodist Church, 207 E. Dewald St. It is presented by the Cooper Community Center staff.
Superintendent Dr. Wendy Robinson has announced that Fort Wayne Community Schools will close Nov. 19 due to the number of teachers going to the Red for Ed Rally in Indianapolis.
Demographic representation improved locally with the election of three African Americans, including two women, to the Fort Wayne City Council. But, participants in panel discussion at a Founders Spark Power Circle celebration said the city remains far from approaching what it could achieve b…
Weekday teller availability has jumped 50% to 12 hours at Star Financial Bank locations throughout the state using high-speed connectivity and cybersecurity solutions of Comcast Business.
When Centier Bank asked if anyone would be willing to open a gamified savings account for a risk-free chance each quarter to have an extra $10,000 deposited into it, the offer turned more than a few heads.
KENDALLVILLE — Kendallville may seek to join its two tax-increment finance districts together and may also begin investigating whether to expand further along U.S. 6 to the western city limits.
Hoosiers Cassandra and Logan Braman had to go to Austin, Texas, to find their passion, which they’re cultivating in Fort Wayne.
The Northeast Indiana Regional Development Authority announced Nov. 12 that it will make available $250,000 of the initial $42 million of Regional Cities initiative funding remaining to invest in an additional project or multiple projects in the 11-county region.
Chicago media was reporting the late afternoon of Nov. 11 that about 953 flights from O'Hare International Airport have been canceled after a passenger plan slid off the runway in the morning amid snowfall.
Avshalom Weinstein, an Israeli violinmaker and co-founder of Violins of Hope, held up one of the rescued violins, which had a Star of David on it, during a meeting Nov. 11 at Rotary Club of Fort Wayne.
ANGOLA — Once again, all of Trine University’s graduates from the Franks School of Education who were seeking employment as teachers are working in the classroom.
The economist presenting Star Financial Bank’s 18th annual Economic Forum projected slow economic growth for the country next year.
Believe in a Dream, Electric Works, Elevate Ventures, Fortitude Fund, Founders Spark, Own Your Success, Score Mentors and the Women’s Entrepreneurial Opportunity Center shared a dozen social media posts the first three business days of November at the same, new, convenient online location.
Lincoln Financial executives, led by President and CEO Dennis Glass, rang the closing bell Nov. 7 at the New York Stock Exchange to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Lincoln’s listing on the exchange.
Having just lost the mayor’s race and two seats on City Council, Allen County Republicans were pragmatic at their traditional coney dog luncheon at headquarters the day after the Nov. 5 election.
After receiving a resounding vote of confidence from the electorate Nov. 5, and winning his fourth straight term, Fort Wayne Democratic Mayor Tom Henry reiterated many of his and the city’s accomplishments over the past 12 years before he turned to the future.
MONGO — When it snows this winter, Randy VanWagner will likely just stand at his home’s front window with a fresh cup of coffee in hand and watch the snow accumulate on the road in front of the house. It’s a luxury he’s not enjoyed in more than three decades.
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles, which had extended hours Nov. 4 for voters to get required ID cards, has announced all branches are unable to process transactions for the remainder of the evening due to a technical failure from its credential vendor, IDEMIA. This outage impacts all bra…
The two candidates for New Haven mayor have the daunting task of taking over the job currently held by Terry McDonald for the last 20 years. McDonald decided not to run this year.
Now through Jan. 24 Art of Hope will be on display at Manchester University’s Fort Wayne campus, Gallery 101, 10627 Diebold Road. The exhibit comprises nearly 50 works from 28 local artists, and it is presented by Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana. The exhibit highlights the work of…
We asked mayoral candidates Tim Smith, Republican, and incumbent Tom Henry, Democrat, to respond to the same questions in written form. Here are their answers, in their own words:
A route that American Airlines added out of Fort Wayne to Philadelphia last year has attracted more passengers, and Fort Wayne International Airport has been getting larger aircraft as its boardings have increased.
Mayor Tom Henry on Oct. 30 announced plans for significant upgrades to the bridge along Spy Run Avenue near The Old Fort and its new name – the Fort Wayne Veterans Memorial Bridge.
Over the last few weeks, several articles and “studies” have been filled with inaccuracies and, at best, incomplete analyses of Parkview Health’s financial position, with calls to invest more in the community. I never expected having to defend what Parkview does for the community, but I will…
With Veterans Day coming up Nov. 11, it’s time to demand that the U.S. military truly create a welcoming environment for all who wish to serve in the defense of this country.
Genuine Paints, which opened in early October at 6631 S.R. 930, is a “flagship” store of NAPA and is the only one of its kind in northeast Indiana. Owner Bill Protsman was the owner of the NAPA store less than a quarter-mile west on S.R. 930 until he recently sold the parts operation and mov…