By Linda Lipp
The Fort Wayne International Airport and Pets Assisting Well-Being Inc. teamed up to create what they hope to be a doggone good time for travelers.
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.
By Garth Snow
People representing every stop in the food supply chain shared ideas recently on how to speed more food to those in urgent need and divert more food from the landfill.
Maurice Keltsch was a good judge of art, said friend and artist Betty Fishman.
Housed in a former church on the corner of Coldwater and Union Chapel roads, teds market is in the final stages of another conversion: from neighborhood grocery store to family-friendly beer hall.
Fort Wayne’s Mayor’s Youth Engagement Council shared its success story at a statewide council of similar groups.
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.