Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly recently announced the winners of the ninth annual Forty Under 40 Awards, which honor 40 individuals 39 and younger who are making a difference on the job and in their community. These young professionals were chosen by a panel of distinguished judges out of a record-breaking number of entries.
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.
As the Snider Varsity Winter Guard’s show unfolds across the gym floor, so does the the text that inspired the show.
Teach Plus has named five northeast Indiana teachers as fellows of the inaugural Indiana Teach Plus Policy Fellowship.
The Jewish Federation of Fort Wayne will host New York Times No. 1 Bestseller author Brad Meltzer for the People of the Book lecture, at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 6, at the Rifkin Campus, 5200 Old Mill Road.
Students from throughout the area are invited to attend the Homestead College & Career Fair, from 6-7:30 p.m. Monday, March 6. Homestead High School is at 4310 Homestead Road, Fort Wayne.
Chris Murphy has a crew of about 65 young students who are prepping sets and practicing their lines for a citywide middle school musical, “Annie Jr.”
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.
Frustrated gardeners watch the topsoil wash away with the rain and then try to figure out how to water their hard clay gardens.