New Haven Mayor Terry McDonald, state Rep. Bob Morris and other officials cut the ribbon at 10:45 a.m. Sept. 20 to officially open Winner’s Circle Race, Sports, Pub, 1304 Minnich Road, for sports betting.
The same day that Illinois authorities were holding a news conference after the discovery of 2,246 individually packaged preserved fetal remains in the garage at a home of a doctor who died earlier this month, Fort Wayne Police Crime Scene Technicians were looking inside his former clinic o…
It is easy to lose sight of diversity’s many other benefits when northeast Indiana’s labor market is so tight that its employers eagerly welcome every new worker to the region with open arms.
It may not be the ideal time for General Motors Co. to see a bump in demand for its products, with the company’s vehicle production recently disrupted by a United Auto Workers strike, but a University of Michigan study shows GM safety technology is reducing crashes.
During an anniversary ceremony Sept. 12, Ivy Tech Fort Wayne alumni, faculty, staff and other supporters celebrated 50 years of service to the Fort Wayne and northeast Indiana community.
A push to preserve as many U.S. production jobs with the company as possible inspired much of the enthusiasm among UAW Local 2209 members walking picket lines during their first day of the union’s General Motors Co. strike.
KENDALLVILLE — Gone are the days of taking a Saturday or Sunday drive to the store, shopping for an hour, loading everything into the trunk and feeling too tired to cook afterward.
Plant-based protein isn’t exactly the newest concept in the food world. For many years, vegetarians have been able to enjoy the backyard barbecue, thanks to the black bean burger, which at least looked like its beef brethren even if it didn’t always taste like them.
A northeast Indiana native and Purdue graduate, Clint Crowe, with an extensive background in health technology, is bringing his innovative and high-tech urban-farming concept to Electric Works.
The city of Fort Wayne is eager to keep the ball rolling on downtown development with plans to develop the property on the northeast corner of Superior and Harrison streets, right next door to the newly opened Promenade Park.
After listening to comments from the public at the previous Fort Wayne Plan Commission public hearing, developers of Headwaters Lofts have made some changes.
The Purdue University of Fort Wayne faculty senate meeting Sept. 16 was not the knockout it was the week prior, but Chancellor Ronald Elsenbaumer certainly did not emerge as the victor of the matchup either.
The Fort Wayne City Council met in committee Sept. 17 to discuss a handful of topics, including its resolution that would rearrange some of the appropriations outlined in Mayor Tom Henry’s Investing in Neighborhoods Now program.
Newspapers and television news have pointed to declines in the shipments of recreational vehicles as a warning signal of a forthcoming national recession.
United Way of Allen County announced Sept. 13 the immediate departure of President and Chief Executive Officer David Nicole after his resignation.
Members of United Auto Workers Local 2209 were among the hourly employees of General Motors Co. who were preparing for a nationwide on strike at midnight Sept. 15.
Baden Gage & Schroeder, LLC of Fort Wayne has been named by INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA) as one of the 2019 “Best of the Best” accounting firms in the nation for the third consecutive year, the company announced.
Mayor Tom Henry, schoolchildren, residents and businesses from the Edsall Avenue area celebrated the reopening of the bridge on that street after four years.
Defiance, Ohio-based First Defiance Financial Corp. is acquiring Youngstown, Ohio-based United Community Financial Corp. in an all-stock transaction valued at $473 million.
Using an iPad with a preassigned career and salary, students go off into Junior Achievement of Northern Indiana's Lincoln Finance Park to make a living, learning to balance their wants and needs at several sponsored replicas of stores and offices.
When Fed advisor William Strauss provided a snapshot of the nation’s economy, it was nothing to shout about, but wasn’t doing badly.
Starting Oct. 1, per an announcement from the VA’s Northern Indiana Health Care System, patients, visitors, volunteers, employees and contractors will not be allowed to smoke at its health care facilities.
Bandidos owner Jimmie Schindler is opening another restaurant in southwest Fort Wayne with a different concept.
First Fridays Fort Wayne moved to a new location for Sept. 6’s meeting, which featured John Urbahns, CEO of Greater Fort Wayne, Inc.
Antonuccio’s Italian Market is pretty bare bones now, but come late October, it should be a European-style spot to drop in for items for that night’s dinner.
It’s stretched beyond two weeks since the abrupt departure of the Colts quarterback, and so far, we seem to have been spared the awful kind of puns usually favored by newspaper headline writers and TV news readers:
Allen County’s three commissioners approved a text amendment to the county zoning ordinance regarding where sexually oriented businesses could operate. They also approved several rezoning petitions.
Allen County Commissioner Therese Brown has agreed to serve on the Indiana Transportation & Infrastructure Advisory Council of U.S. Sen. Mike Braun, her office announced Sept. 10.
NEW HAVEN — Betting on college and professional sporting events is coming to New Haven soon ... very soon. In fact, the newly renamed Winner’s Circle Race, Sports, Pub expects to open its sportsbook later this month.
An invitation to see the massive new data center on Fort Wayne’s south side generated a lot of interest among members of the Networking and Information Technology Association of Fort Wayne when the offer was extended late last month.
The developers for the $65 million Headwaters Lofts project believed they had all their bases covered when they prepared to present their primary development plan to the Fort Wayne Plan Commission on Sept. 9.
The faculty senate at Purdue University Fort Wayne was not satisfied during its meeting Sept. 9 with the prepared answers that Chancellor Ronald Elsenbaumer dished out to them in response to inquiries about the suspension of College Access TV (CTV or CATV) last June.
This November, Hoosier voters will make important decisions about the future economy of our state. They will choose the mayors and council members who will determine the members of local zoning boards and planning commissions. The choices of those boards and commissions will set the course o…
Mayor Tom Henry announced Sept. 9 that the city is getting a pro soccer club, Fort Wayne Football Club, an expansion team of the National Premier Soccer League.
Fort Wayne City Council introduced a resolution during its Sept. 10 regular session that outlines the council’s response to its delay of Democratic Mayor Tom Henry’s new Investing in Neighborhoods Now program.
The city of Fort Wayne and Allen County plan to spend over a half-million dollars to update their shared growth and development plan. The first and last one was adopted in 2007 under the name Plan-it Allen.
The superintendents of Allen County’s four school districts weren’t surprised to find that less than 40% of Indiana’s students passed the new ILEARN standardized test last spring — a significant drop in performance numbers from last year’s ISTEP+ results. However, much like ISTEP+, which has…