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Youths find opportunities with Fort Wayne United

By Garth Snow gsnow@kpcmedia.com ^ Organizers launched Fort Wayne United with a series of events to make young African-American males more aware of dangers ...

  • Dogs help raise money for last-chance rescues
  • Dogs help raise money for last-chance rescues
  • Dogs help raise money for last-chance rescues
  • Dogs help raise money for last-chance rescues
  • Dogs help raise money for last-chance rescues
  • Dogs help raise money for last-chance rescues
  • Dogs help raise money for last-chance rescues
  • Dogs help raise money for last-chance rescues
  • Dogs help raise money for last-chance rescues

By Nicole Minier nminier@kpcmedia.com ^ Pups from all over northeast Indiana came to Columbia City to participate in a doggie swimming fundraiser at ...

Hospice needs volunteers; training begins in October

A local hospice agency is offering training for volunteers. Interviews begin in early September, followed by required training in October. Visiting Nurse, ...

Schools
Northrop’s Witzigreuter took ideal job, traded up

By Garth Snow gsnow@kpcmedia.com ^ Jason Witzigreuter is back at Northrop High School. The former band director now directs from the principal’s office. ...

Concordia names Thoms director of annual giving

Concordia Lutheran High School has named Austin Thoms as the director of annual giving. Thoms, a 2006 graduate of the high school, first joined Concordia ...

USF gala to showcase landscape artists’ works

The University of Saint Francis will open the arts season with “2016 Presidential Gala: Thomas Hilty / Tamara Monk” from 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10. ...

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  • Annual monarch fest to light at local marsh
  • Annual monarch fest to light at local marsh
  • Annual monarch fest to light at local marsh
  • Annual monarch fest to light at local marsh

A September outing in a Fort Wayne marsh will share lessons on one of nature’s most storied travelers. Little River Wetlands Project will hold its 2016 Monarch Festival at Eagle Marsh, 6801 Engle Road, Fort Wayne, ...

Greater Fort Wayne Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Fort Wayne Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has been in existence for more than 25 years. Within the last four years, membership in the Chamber has grown from less than 30 businesses to nearly 100.  ...

Zanesville Pauses for Homespun Fun

  The parade, the town-wide garage sales, the carriage rides, the car show, and the food. Zanesville celebrated Zanesville on Saturday, with help from friends from throughout Allen, Huntington and Wells ...

A Step Back in Time

  Thousands took a step back in time Aug. 19-21, as the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society hosted its annual open house. The society owns the only surviving Nickel Plate steam locomotive still in ...

Schools United

Fort Wayne Community Schools kicked off a new year with students returning Aug. 15. Declining enrollments at Washington and Nebraska schools resulted in Nebraska closing at the end of the 2015-16 school year. The ...

GM Fort Wayne Assembly: 30 Years and Counting

General Motors Co. opened its 2.5-million-square-f00t Fort Wayne Assembly Plant in 1986. Thirty years later, the facility has expanded to 3.3 million square feet, and employs about 4,100 workers. “We were ...

New Building Emerges Inside Old One

  From the outside, the 90-year-old former Chamber of Commerce building in downtown Fort Wayne looks about the same as it always has. But more than a year of construction work has changed the inside into a ...

Kalisha is All Smiles

One of the Fort Wayne TinCaps’ biggest fans is also one of the team’s most enthusiastic greeters. “I’m a die-hard TinCaps fan,” says Kalisha Doty, and on game days as she welcomes other ...

Living Fort Wayne Concert Series Wraps Up Third Year

  The Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana‘s Living Fort Wayne Concert Series wrapped up a successful 2016 season on Aug. 3 with performances  by Secret Mezzanine and the Farm Land Jazz Band. Look ...

World-class Drum Corps Bring Shows to Fort Wayne

  Story and photos by Garth Snow. Drums, bugles, flags and sabres filled USF bleachers Tuesday. Marching musicians from California, Quebec and points between brought their shows to Bishop D’Arcy Stadium as ...