KENDALLVILLE — Will Kendallville join the ranks of those generating their own solar energy?
A rezoning within the Lima-Plank Industrial Park in Huntertown could eventually lead to a trail project connecting the town to Kendallville to the north.
Blood donors must wait up to a month before giving if they don't know what type of COVID-19 vaccine they've received, according to American Red Cross guidance.
LIGONIER — With the upcoming closure of Vibracoustic USA’s Ligonier facility workers will be eligible for Trade Adjustment Assistance benefits.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Sens. Todd Young, R-Ind., and Marco Rubio, R-Fla., reintroduced a constitutional amendment that would limit the U.S. Supreme Court to nine justices.
ANGOLA — A new records system employed by the Indiana State Department of Health is causing some delays and other issues for people who have lost family members to death.
ANGOLA — Seven more Angola businesses adversely impacted by COVID-19 were awarded forgivable loans Jan. 21, bringing the total number of local businesses that have received financial assistance in 2020 and 2021 to 16.
Getting your photo taken is OK, but getting it taken in front of the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile on a cool sunny day at a "meat-and-greet" is a weekend highlight.
INDIANAPOLIS — On Nov. 17, Metaldyne/AAM Driveline in Fremont became eligible to apply for benefits and services through the Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program.
INDIANAPOLIS — About 3,000 more residents in the four-county area have received a COVID-19 vaccine since last week as counties continue to work to get shots in arms.
ROANOKE — Ann Shive, owner of Crestwoods Frame Shop and Gallery, spends her days framing small pieces of history. Sometimes, that piece of history is a black-and-white photograph of a client’s in-laws on their wedding day. Other times, it’s a client’s painting that depicts her childhood memo…
Steel Dynamics, Inc. (NASDAQ/GS: STLD), one of the largest domestic steel producers and metals recyclers in the United States, founded and headquartered in Fort Wayne, will release fourth-quarter and full-year 2020 financial results after market close Jan. 25.
ANGOLA — The coronavirus pandemic hurt many Angola businesses in 2020 and slowed new development and infrastructure projects in the city, but Mayor Richard Hickman said this year has the potential to see the city rebound in a big way.
GREEN BAY, Wis. — Participants in a panel discussion Jan. 20 at the Dairy Business Association's Dairy Strong conference emphasized the importance of strong working relationships between dairy farmers and milk processors.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Indiana National Guard is staying in Washington after providing security during Jan. 20's inauguration ceremony.
Mayor Tom Henry announced on Jan. 21 that Citizens Square will reopen to the public Jan. 25. Citizens Square has been closed to the public since Nov. 23 as a precaution to help ensure the safety of the community due to COVID-19. Moving forward, City leaders believe providing public access t…
ROANOKE — For small businesses in Roanoke, the new year comes with a “new normal” in a COVID-19 era. Small-business owners like Anna Jones have now spent almost 10 months adapting to the ongoing pandemic.
CHICAGO — The Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation Division is warning Indiana taxpayers about a new wave of COVID-19-related scams as the agency delivers the second round of Economic Impact Payments.
INDIANAPOLIS — With individual income tax season just around the corner, the Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) wants to help Hoosiers feel confident in who they partner with to prepare and submit their tax returns.
The Allen County Bar Association issued the following statement on the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
Parkview Health has injected more than 20,000 doses of the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine into the arms of people looking for protection against the coronavirus, Dr. Jeffrey Boord said during a Zoom news conference Jan. 20.
On Jan. 20, students gathered in the Walb Classic Ballroom at Purdue University Fort Wayne to watch a livestream of history in the making as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris took their oaths of office on the nation’s Capitol.
ANGOLA — Students returning to Trine University for the spring semester will find the Career Center in a new, more convenient location, with new staff in place to help students and alumni in their career journey.
LAGRANGE — The Michiana Event Center remains closed and will stay that way at least through the end of next week, said LaGrange County Health Officer Dr. Tony Pechin.
KENDALLVILLE — With the turning of the calendar 12 months ago Kevin Robbins was preparing to take on a lifelong business dream, operating and managing the historic Strand Theatre in downtown Kendallville.
WASHINGTON — Northeast Indiana’s U.S. Rep. Jim Banks, R-3rd, now leads the House’s largest caucus of Republican members and recently laid out his committee’s top priorities.
Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry, police chief Steve Reed and Fire Chief Eric Lahey on Jan. 19 provided a public safety recap of 2020 and highlighted plans for 2021 that are designed to make Fort Wayne as safe as possible while a COVID-19 pandemic still challenges the city.
SHIPSHEWANA — Two years ago, when a Florida production company was looking for an idea for its “World’s Greatest …” television show, someone suggested they do a show about flea markets.
INDIANAPOLIS — Nursing homes in the far northeast four-county area ended 2020 and started 2021 on a tragic note, losing multiple residents to COVID-19.
PHOENIX – National nonprofit credit and debt management agency Take Charge America explains how credit card limits impact credit scores and what happens if the limit is reached.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — National Restaurant Association Executive Vice President of Public Affairs Sean Kennedy on Jan. 15 released the following statement on President-elect Joe Biden’s proposed American Rescue Plan:
Westlake Village, California — Guitar Center, the world’s largest music instrument retailer announced Jan. 15 the closure of its retail location in Fort Wayne. The California-based company said the closure is due to the expiration of its lease, but its looking at relocation and upgrade of th…
Initially, Adams County, just south of Allen County, took a big hit when COVID-19 shut down most of the country in spring 2020. The county’s unemployment rate shot up to 20.7% in April.