Rhonda (Hosler) Dennon kept busy among the scholars, athletes and musicians of Elmhurst High School.
Members of the Fort Wayne community will once again get the opportunity to take American Sign Language classes thanks to the League and DeafLink.
Frustrated gardeners watch the topsoil wash away with the rain and then try to figure out how to water their hard clay gardens.
Huntington University and The Haupert Institute for Agricultural Studies will celebrate National Agricultural Day by hosting John Phipps, former host and current commentator of the U.S. Farm Report, at its annual Feed a Farmer event on Tuesday, March 21
USF Jesters offer
Faith Lutheran Church in Roanoke will open a preschool and daycare for the fall 2017 school year. The program is open to children ages 3 to 5.
By Linda Lipp
James Mitchell has been confusing his audiences for just over 10 years. As he strolls among customers each Sunday night at Granite City, he leaves each guest with a playing card and a puzzled expression.
Linda Huge is passionate about history. An elementary school teacher turned historian and local history instructor, Huge has been working to preserve Fort Wayne’s history for about 40 years.