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  • Voices of Unity head to Europe for the 8th World Choir Games
  • Voices of Unity head to Europe for the 8th World Choir Games
  • Voices of Unity head to Europe for the 8th World Choir Games

The Voices of Unity Youth Choir (VOUYC) in Fort Wayne is preparing to make history, again, by traveling to the Eighth World Choir Games in Riga, Latvia. This will be the third time the choir has participated in this ...

Java Mama has more to offer than just coffee

By Garth Snow gsnow@kpcmedia.com Kim Haweit didn’t want just another coffee shop. So her Java Mama offers a chance for mothers to meet with friends or tap into WiFi while children enjoy a supervised play area. The ...

  • Concerts on the Green series kicks off in Aboite
  • Concerts on the Green series kicks off in Aboite
  • Concerts on the Green series kicks off in Aboite
  • Concerts on the Green series kicks off in Aboite
  • Concerts on the Green series kicks off in Aboite
  • Concerts on the Green series kicks off in Aboite

By Carl Pipkin cpipkin@kpcmedia.com The sounds of the The Party Boat Band carried across Indian Trails Park on a summer night, as the Aboite Township Concerts on the Green series kicked off its 12th year in style. ...

Moser Park lets public study, enjoy, guard nature

Story contributed by New Haven Parks & Recreation Moser Park Nature Center’s July programs offer activities for children and adults. The pond, woods and study center are at 601 W. Main St., New Haven. Nature ...

Event Focus: Festivals

The Three Rivers Festival kicks off this Friday and continues through the 19th of July.  In honor of the many festivals Fort Wayne hosts every year, we sat down with Jack Hammer, Executive Director of the Three ...

  • Hoagland celebrates its namesake festival
  • Hoagland celebrates its namesake festival
  • Hoagland celebrates its namesake festival
  • Hoagland celebrates its namesake festival

Story and Photos by Garth Snowgsnow@kpcmedia.com Crowds gathered recently to celebrate Hoagland Days, sponsored by the Hoagland Area Advancement Association. Heritage High School senior Emily Jackley, claimed the ...

McMillen Park Community Center offers summer programs for all ages

By Garth Snowgsnow@kpcmedia.com The McMillen Park Community Center at 3900 Abbot St., Fort Wayne, offers summer programs for all ages. A ribbon-cutting introduced the community to the renovated facility. Summer ...

Christmas in July? It’s not too late to begin saving for the holidays, says 3Rivers FCU

By Aaron Organ There are just over 24 weeks until Christmas. That tidbit of information might make you cling even tighter to summer’s warmth. It also might leave you wondering how you’re going to afford the cost ...

New lunch spot opens on Calhoun

Central City Cafe opened for business Monday after months of renovations to the historic building at 620 Calhoun St. “I saw a perfect opportunity to buy a beautiful historic building in an area that has so ...

  • Covington Art Fair attracts large crowd
  • Covington Art Fair attracts large crowd
  • Covington Art Fair attracts large crowd
  • Covington Art Fair attracts large crowd
  • Covington Art Fair attracts large crowd
  • Covington Art Fair attracts large crowd
  • Covington Art Fair attracts large crowd

PHOTOS BY GARTH SNOW Crowds flocked to the 22nd Covington Art Fair, where juried artists and Covington Plaza merchants reported heavy turnout June 21 and 22. The Jerry Ferrington Jazz Trio added to the atmosphere. ...

In Medigap We Trust: Seniors can switch to Medicare without fear, says Postema

By Terri Hughes-Lazzell Many seniors refuse to switch their Medicare supplement insurance out of fear of losing their great coverage. But the insurance coverage, better known as Medigap, is regulated—all plans ...

Aboite teens look to make U.S. Ski Team

By Garth Snow gsnow@kpcmedia.com Winter means skiing for the Elizondo family of Aboite Township. So does summer. Anya Elizondo, who just completed eighth grade at Woodside Middle School, is spending three weeks in ...

  • Fort Wayne Philharmonic Plays at Parkview Field
  • Fort Wayne Philharmonic Plays at Parkview Field
  • Fort Wayne Philharmonic Plays at Parkview Field
  • Fort Wayne Philharmonic Plays at Parkview Field
  • Fort Wayne Philharmonic Plays at Parkview Field

On July 3rd the Fort Wayne Philharmonic performed a selection of patriotic tunes to a packed Parkview Field.Mayor Tom Henry kicked off the night by commenting on how many people were in the stands, before Assistant ...

Schwarz Law Office says valuation discounting of a LLC is beneficial

By Terri Hughes-Lazzell Valuation discounting of a Limited Liability Company (LLC) offers many benefits to farming businesses and the family members involved. This technique, utilized by LLCs and corporations, in ...

Peerless Cleaners shares their renowned cleaning process

Peerless Cleaners, northeast Indiana’s oldest full-service cleaner, has built a strong reputation for expert service, quality, value and attention to detail. But how does the region’s premier cleaner keep your ...

Washler Inc. trash and recycling is all about serving the community at a low cost

By Terri Hughes-Lazzell A local company meeting customers’ needs and saving them money, as well as giving back to the community, is what is most important to Jeff Washler, owner of Washler Inc. Washler started the ...

Customers can count on Indiana Warm Floors’ Eric Beachy

By Lauren Caggiano Indiana Warm Floors’ customers are in good hands, thanks to an excellent staff. This month, owner Scott Patton would like to highlight Eric Beachy. “Eric has a good work ethic, is honest ...

Hot Rod Golf Cart’s Jeff Hatch is serious about customer service

By Lauren Caggiano Any business depends on high quality staff to meet the expectations and demands of customers. And at Hot Rod Golf Carts there is no shortage of excellence. This month, owner Scott Patton would ...

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