- Woman on trial for alleged theft of funds from DeKalb County doctor
- Corned beef on rye fundraiser returns
- Waynedale newspaper publisher, Purdue Fort Wayne lecturer receive Vandeveer awards
- New 'Metavine' sculpture for Fort Wayne Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory moving forward
- New Fort Wayne Food Tours owner wants to add public artwork stops
AUBURN — A Fort Wayne woman is on trial in DeKalb Circuit Court this week, accused of the theft of $151,238 from DeKalb County physician Mark Souder in what was purported to be a business relationship.
The Auburn Associate Chapter of Tri Kappa met Oct. 8 at the Paradise Buffet. Hosting the autumn meeting and its theme of “Watch the Wind Blow By” by Tim McGraw were, in front, from left, Diane Ward, Pam Woodruff, and Stella Otterstedt, and in back, Mary Lynn Stein, left, and Judy Gochenour. …
KENDALLVILLE — A record number of teams and walkers who took part in the 23rd annual Northeast Indiana Light the Night Walk are expected to help the event eclipse its $75,000 fundraising goal.
Officers and members of the Hamilton American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 467, presented a check in the amount of $1,863.65 to Honor Flight Northeast Indiana from a bake sale held Labor Day weekend. Auxiliary members expressed thanks to all who purchased baked items and donated money.
The YMCA of DeKalb County will host euchre for its older adults' Silver Club Friday. Participants should meet in the YMCA cafe at 11 a.m. All are welcome, and those attending do not need to have YMCA memberships.
KENDALLVILLE —The Noble County Community Concert Association is presenting its second concert of its season. The Hall Sisters will perform Friday at 7:30 p.m. at East Noble Middle School.
HAMILTON — A boat used for morale, welfare and recreation, also known as MWR time by members of the United States military has been added to the fleet of vehicles for the Hamilton Police Department and will be used for the department’s new marine patrol.
AUBURN — Eckhart Public Library will present “Between the Layers: A Journey of Art Restoration with Debra Selden” on Tuesday from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Community Foundation of DeKalb County, 700 Main St.