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Gymnast accepts scholarship to University of Arizona

By Garth Snow gsnow@kpcmedia.com Fort Wayne gymnast Haylie Hendrickson is ready to vault to NCAA-level gymnastics. The Homestead High School senior has accepted a full-ride athletic scholarship to the University of ...

Weekend To-Do List, 1/30/2015 – 2/1/2015

Fort Wayne will be buzzing with activity this weekend. Have an event to add? Let us know! SOUPER BOWL: Covington Plaza will be stewing with activity Saturday for the Souper Bowl. With a donation of a non-perishable ...

Prep baseball to play at Parkview Field

From staff reports FORT WAYNE – While the TinCaps are away, the kids will play. Parkview Field announced that 24 area high school baseball teams will play ball on its stage as part of the second annual ...

Taz set to return to Fort Wayne zoo

From staff reports FORT WAYNE – Taz is coming back to town. The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo on Tuesday announced that Tasmanian devils will return to the zoo after 11 years. Fort Wayne’s zoo was selected by ...

St. Joe burn unit heals a hero

By Aaron Organ aorgan@kpcmedia.com The sun had yet to rise the early morning of Dec. 7 when Fred Adrian was awoken by the alarm no one wants to hear. The smoke alarm. While his wife Taylor roused the couple’s ...

Weekend To-Do List – 1/23-11/5

There’s no shortage of fun, family-friendly activities around Fort Wayne this weekend. Our to-do list lays it all out for you. Have a suggestion? Let us know! CIRCUS: Come on, everybody, let’s go to the circus. ...

Winter guards open to receptive audience

Winter guards open to receptive audience as the Carroll High School welcomed their counterparts from three other schools to a preview night Saturday.

Fort Wayne MLK breakfast recalls Freedom Summer

By Garth Snow gsnow@kpcmedia.com Louise Smith said Richard Swanson was the appropriate choice for keynote speaker of the MLK Unity Day in Fort Wayne. That’s not just because Swanson is the first white keynote ...

East Allen Times, January 2015

New Haven Community Foundation garners gifts

Matching money and a major grant have boosted the New Haven Community Foundation’s drive to fund local projects. “We are excited to partner with the Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne who has offered a ...

Nana blankets kids with comfort

Loretta Loy has lost count of how many blankets she has created for area children, but 3,000 is a pretty good guess. The retired Waynedale school bus driver has been sewing Nana’s Creations blankets since 2005. ...

Major downtown housing development coming

By Aaron Organ aorgan@kpcmedia.com FORT WAYNE – Downtown Fort Wayne has been the publicly proud recipient of a flood of fresh residential housing of late. The waters are rising. Mayor Tom Henry announced ...

Weekend To-Do List 1/16/15 – 1/18/15

How about some culture this weekend, Fort Wayne? Whether you’re looking for food, music, sport or discussion, there’s an event for you. Have an event to add? Let us know! EAT: Savor Fort Wayne continues ...

Times Clipper, January 2015

St. Joe Times, January 2015

Aboite and About, January 2015

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Health care deadline approaching: Seek help

By Aaron Organ aorgan@kpcmedia.com There’s no better time than now to apply for federally mandated health insurance coverage through the Affordable Care Act. The deadline is Feb. 15, so time is of the essence. The ...

Glimpse of past kicks off Rotary centennial celebration

By Garth Snow gsnow@kpcmedia.com Rotary Club of Fort Wayne members starred in a historical skit to kick off the club’s centennial celebration. A cast of 13 presented nine scenes from 1912 to 1965. The club ...

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