A number of northeast Indiana residents made their ways to the nation’s capitol recently, some to rally in a new president and others to protest what they believe that president represents.
The Huntington University Foundation breakfast on Wednesday, Feb. 8, will feature Mike Hacker, senior commodity analyst of WelIra Investments, and R.D. Schrader, president of Schrader Real Estate, sharing information concerning trends in agricultural real estate and grain markets.
Fort Wayne’s Mayor’s Youth Engagement Council will share its success story at a statewide council of similar groups.
Sarab Horani of Fort Wayne is passionate about helping Syrian refugees coming into Indiana. She spearheaded collections here of clothing, furniture and household necessities to be distributed to more than 50 families who have arrived in Indianapolis.
Victory Noll Center in Huntington is offering two spiritual opportunities during Lent.
Friends of Special Olympics will be “Freezin’ For a Reason” on Saturday, Feb. 11, at the lake at Metea County Park near Leo-Cedarville. Registration will be 10-11:30 a.m., followed by the Polar Plunge and then an After Splash Bash in the Metea County Park Nature Center.
The West Central Quartet will perform Friday, Feb. 24, at the Cottage Event Center, 9524 U.S. 24 at Locust Street, in Roanoke.
Indiana Department of Transportation officials expect that traffic will more than double — from 30,000 to 80,000 vehicles per day — on U.S. 30 if changes are made to the highway.
Steam Locomotive No. 624 will gleam once again, 60 years after hauling its last freight for the Nickel Plate Road.
Students from across northeast Indiana may compete for cash prizes in an engineering contest.