AUBURN — A $500,000 award from the Save America’s Treasures Grants Program will help repair the roof of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s unemployment rate, like that of a majority of the states, remains unchanged at 4.1% for August compared to the previous month, and the national rate is 5.2%.
WABASH COUNTY — Grow Wabash County is helping Wabash County manufacturing companies find the ideal candidates to fill their current job openings during the Manufacturing Job Fair on Sept. 28.
Family & Friends Fund, a donor-advised fund for investment in southeast Fort Wayne, will receive $25,000 through the Economic Inequality Initiative. The initiative is a six-month accelerator that supports solutions that address economic inequality in the U.S.
When you start thinking about how to achieve financial security, a few basic things probably come to mind: insurance for your car and home; disability insurance in case you’re injured and can’t work; life insurance to protect your family in case something happens to you. But there’s one impo…
INDIANAPOLIS — Proposed redistricting maps released by Indiana Republicans keep northeast Indiana’s state representative districts similar to the last decade, with a few notable shifts for reps from Noble and DeKalb counties.
INDIANAPOLIS — U.S. Rep. Jim Banks won’t see much change in his constituency in 2022 and beyond, as state lawmakers made minimal changes to the 3rd District congressional map during this year’s redistricting.
L3Harris Technologies (NYSE:LHX) has increased the size of its campus and is adding jobs in Fort Wayne to address the Department of Defense’s growing and urgent need for satellites.
Credit plays a vital role in helping people realize their personal and financial goals. A good credit score can help people qualify for favorable home loan terms, ultimately paving the way for them to move into their dream homes. Strong credit histories also can help consumers earn perks, an…
The Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership has named Stephane Frijia, an economic development professional in Arizona, as its new leader.
Saving is a vital component of financial planning. However, more than half of Americans are saving too little and do not have an accurate grasp of their spending habits.
Students and families invest heavily in higher education. Many students rely on student loans to finance their educations. In fact, students amassed $1.7 trillion in student loan debt by 2021, up from $1.56 trillion the previous year.
A barbecue cook with a long family history in the business who made an appearance on “American Idol” is providing some extra fuel for customers at a gas station.
Do you and your family regularly discuss money matters or do you shy away from the subject? Experts note that money talk taboos are common among American families and that this needs to change.
Allen County Commissioner Nelson Peters on Sept. 15 filed exploratory paperwork with the county election board as a first step toward examining another run for Fort Wayne mayor, this time in 2023.
When Fort Wayne residents ask their City Council representatives when their street will be repaired, the last thing they want to hear is “I don’t know.”
HUNTERTOWN — Lutheran Health Network broke ground Sept. 14 at 12404 Lima Road in Huntertown for the new Urgent Care and Primary Care Facility. The facility is set to open next July.
The U.S. Census Bureau announced Sept. 14 that median household income in 2020 decreased 2.9% between 2019 and 2020, and the official poverty rate increased 1.0 percentage point. Meanwhile, the percentage of people with health insurance coverage for all or part of 2020 was 91.4%. An estimate…
A majority of the 300 Indiana Michigan Power employees and contractors have returned home, or were returning home Sept. 14, to their families, friends and communities in Indiana and Michigan after spending two weeks in Louisiana assisting Entergy with Hurricane Ida restoration, including dur…
ANGOLA — Offering a new opportunity for students seeking formal training in the growing fields of gaming and esports, Trine University has unveiled a new game design and esports minor within its Department of Computer Science and Information Technology.
LAGRANGE — The LaGrange County Council on Sept. 13 approved a more than half-million-dollar tax abatement over the next 10 years for a Shipshewana RV manufacturer that is making a series of improvements at its facility.
LAGRANGE — Adams, Allen, Elkhart, LaGrange and Wells counties were awarded infrastructure grants, the Indiana Finance Authority announced Sept. 14.
FREMONT — A spill of some 5,000-6,000 gallons of nitric acid ended up closing both lanes of Interstate 69 and Old U.S. 27 for hours early Sept. 14 at the Pilot Travel Center in the 6900 block of Old U.S. 27.
Fort Wayne’s all for One Productions presents “The Charitable Sisterhood of the Second Trinity Victory Church” on six dates, Sept. 17-26. Tickets are $11 to $20. Buy tickets at allforonefw.org or call 260-422-4226, or visit artstix.org.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) has partnered with philanthropic groups across the state to expand the Indiana Learning Lab. With this new partnership, educators will gain expanded resources to enhance their teaching and growth.
The Fort Wayne Redevelopment Commission approved a request to add 10 feet to the Lofts at Headwaters Park project, along with an extension for closing on the project.
Fall kick-starts the financial road to college for parents of high school seniors. But if you’re like the majority of parents, you both value the importance of a college degree, while harboring anxiety about the price tag.
Optimism was at the forefront of U.S. Rep. Jim Banks’ message to his party faithful at the annual Steuben County Lincoln Day Dinner on Sept. 10.
ANGOLA — Indiana Democratic Party Chairman Mike Schmuhl was in Angola on Sept. 10 as part of his approach to strengthen the party with a new strategy for strengthening already blue portions of the state and turning the red more purple.
The Allen County Board of Commissioners on Sept. 10 issued the following statement on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack against the United States:
On Sept. 10 the five Republicans on Fort Wayne City Council sent a letter to Democratic Mayor Tom Henry criticizing him for offering cash bonuses to city employees who have been vaccinated against COVID-19.
Remound Wright has been named interim executive director of Joshua’s Hand, a Fort Wayne community development organization focused on housing and workforce development.
Local first responders gathered to accept a salute Sept. 9 at Promenade Park in Fort Wayne. The Better Business Bureau Serving Northern Indiana arranged the tribute to mark the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the United States on Sept. 11, 2001.
No one had more fun at Taste of the Arts than photographer/artist Adam Garland. He and a handful of friends created a 102-by-42-foot street mural on the pavement of the intersection of Calhoun and Columbia streets that is still visible despite the constant car, truck, bus, bike, scooter and …
CROOKED LAKE — Pat and Helen Casey have been wrestling with a tough decision for a few years, and have announced they are moving their business, Casey’s Cove Marina, to Orland Road in the former Nauta-Lease Boat Farm facility.
Parkview Health says the significant increase in hospitalizations for COVID-19 in recent weeks, as well as patient volumes at clinics across the region, is due mostly to the unvaccinated. About 90% of COVID-positive hospitalizations at Parkview are unvaccinated patients, the health system re…
The Motor Vehicle Advisory Board plans to work with legislators next year on ways to limit the thefts of catalytic converters.
The Allen County Department of Planning Services is adjusting permitting fees for residential, commercial and industrial projects, something that hasn’t been done since 2004.
Lingering post-COVID-19 symptoms that hang on for four weeks or longer after an initial COVID-19 diagnosis affect some people. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, long-term symptoms can appear with mild or severe cases of COVID-19. Symptoms are wide-ranging. They can…
WASHINGTON — The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) on Sept. 9 assessed a $250 million civil money penalty against Wells Fargo Bank, N.A, of Sioux Falls, S.D., based on what the agency called the bank’s unsafe or unsound practices related to deficiencies in its home lending loss…
KENDALLVILLE — Local officials and builders ceremonially broke ground on a new industrial shell building in mid-July, but no actual ground has moved yet at the construction site.