Maurice Keltsch was a good judge of art, said friend and artist Betty Fishman.
Fort Wayne Community Schools and RemedyLIVE partnered to teach parents about the mobile apps their children might be using in dangerous ways.
A Maryland developer is purchasing the General Electric campus on Broadway Street in Fort Wayne — all 31 acres — and hopes to begin construction on a more than $284 million revamp at the site as early as this fall.
Indiana Michigan Power Company’s infrastructure improvements in downtown Fort Wayne unfortunately are causing a temporary eyesore for some.
Healthy Essence, the student-run massage clinic at Ivy Tech Community College Northeast, has opened for the semester.
A love of computer science and a lot of hard work has earned Canterbury High School senior Sally Witwer state and national recognition from the National Council for Women in Technology.
Jordan Meintel of Boy Scout Troop 333 received his Eagle Scout Award in a ceremony at Fort Wayne Country Club. Jordan’s older brother, Christian, was the master of ceremonies. Six other Eagle scouts, including Meintel’s brother, and father, were in attendance. The troop meets at Liberty Mills Church of the Nazarene. Jordan is a senior at Homestead High School, and plans to attend Indiana Institute of Technology majoring in cyber security. Pictured with Jordan are his parents, Elizabeth and Norm Meintel.
Garrett Museum of Art will open its annual members show with a reception from 6-8 p.m. Friday, March 10. This event is free to the public. The museum is at 100 S. Randolph St., Garrett.
Hundreds are expected to sample food and support charities through the ninth annual Kingston’s Taste of Waynedale, 4:30-7 p.m. Tuesday, March 21.
The Purdue Varsity Glee Club will share gospel, novelty tunes, patriotic standards and more at a concert in Fort Wayne.