INDIANAPOLIS — Wetlands legislation that had seen compromises added that were favorable to environmental groups ended up passing Tuesday with those changes stripped, providing little protection to Indiana classified wetlands.

ANGOLA — Steuben County officials on Tuesday received some advice on how to invest a windfall from the federal American Rescue Plan that will soon put $6.7 million into county coffers.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The federal Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending a stoppage in distribution of COVID-19 vaccines from Johnson & Johnson as it investigates a handful of reports regarding blood clots and whether it may be related to…

Indiana’s public health officials are warning about unintended consequences in their ability to issue and enforce emergency health orders if changes in an Indiana Senate bill go through.

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AUBURN — The Auburn Community Band has released its schedule of 11 concerts for the summer season, beginning June 6 and continuing through Sept. 4.

The Diskey Sign Co. of Fort Wayne created and donated signage for the Eckhart Public Library Mobile Outreach Services delivery van. The new signage aims to raise patron awareness of the delivery and outreach services provided by the library. The library board and staff said they are grateful…

ANGOLA — A business raising show goats and a device that prevents pants tears for those with lower limb prosthetics took the top prizes at Trine University’s annual Innovation Challenge, held Thursday in the T. Furth Center for Performing Arts.

AUBURN — The DeKalb County Health Department on Friday reported 13 new cases of COVID-19 in DeKalb County residents. It is the highest one-day total since Feb. 19.

AUBURN — Judge Adam Squiller sentenced seven people for criminal offenses during hearings Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in DeKalb Superior Court I.

DEAR AMOR: Spring is here and I can tell because I already have thistles growing in my yard and landscaping beds again. I feel like I’ve tried EVERYTHING over the years to kill these things to no avail. I’ve blasted them with various weed killers, cut them, pulled them (which I later found o…

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Tickets go on sale Friday to see John Hiatt and The Jerry Douglas Band at the Clyde Theatre, 1808 Bluffton Road, Fort Wayne, with pre-sale tickets available online today from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. using the code, “PHONEBOOTH.” The concert is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 13, with doors opening a…

COLDWATER, Michigan — Celebrating student artwork, Arts Alive will host the Kids’ Art Rocks annual contest and exhibit this spring offering cash prizes, art supply giveaways and the opportunity for young artists to have their artwork framed and displayed in a local business.

FORT WAYNE — Fort Wayne Ballet’s Family Series will present “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” on Saturday, April 24 at 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. at the University of Saint Francis North Auditorium.

Members of the Kendallville Lions Club held two simultaneous community service projects on April 10. From left are Greg Krueckeberg, John Clifton, Dave Blackman, Ken Lash, vice president of the club; Ron Godby and Fred Inninger. In the trailer are Richard Anderson and Jim Haddock, club treas…

So we have focused on Jesus, we have celebrated the empty tomb, and the question is, “Now What?”

The hard seltzer market is becoming extremely crowded and maturing at a rapid rate. In just 5 years, White Claw and Truly have become not only household brand names, but pantry staples for many homes and ever increasingly in bars and restaurants. How did this come to be?