U.S. 30 in both directions from the Allen-Whitley County Line is open again. The Indiana State Police and the Whitley County Sheriff's Department had closed part of the highway after a fatal crash at the intersection Wednesday morning.
After closing the show to the public in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mazuri Alpaca Owners Association Inc. National Alpaca Show will be returning to Fort Wayne.
Celebrating women needs to be a priority. At least, that is what local nonprofit Bring It Push It Own It’s founder and CEO Tisha Strasser of Churubusco feels.
While the judges agreed that Fort Wayne native Samuel Harness performed his strongest song on his journey on “The Voice,” it was not enough to bring him to the next round.
For those alive during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, it was one of those days that people will never forget. New York City; Washington, D.C.; and Somerset County, Pennsylvania, were changed forever.
PLYMOUTH — After posting an outstanding performance at the sectional — including a new school record and the top three spots — Carroll’s season has come to an end.
A wife and mother of two young boys who’s living in a fixer-upper in the 46805 area, Kristin Giant is an entrepreneur who lost her consulting firm, HyperLocalImpact, during the pandemic.
In an instant, Keegan Ferrell watched his chances on the television show “The Voice” dashed before his eyes when he was not chosen as the winner of his battle round.
A legal bill for $1,570 represented a tiny fraction of the $384,852.44 in claims that the Huntertown Town Council examined April 5, but the question of how the bill was incurred proved to be a point of concern.