WHITLEY COUNTY — Since its inception, the Whitley County 4-H Fair has been a family-friendly event that has brought residents of all ages together. It is a free event that offers free parking each year, something that sets it apart from many fairs throughout the state.
The pandemic affected many aspects of life last year, and the annual Three Rivers Festival in Fort Wayne was no different. It was canceled as the pandemic grew more widespread, but it is back on and has a few more events added to the roster than usual this year. The 52nd annual Three Rivers …
Terry Doran, a longtime Fort Wayne educator and community activist, has always heard the beat of a different drummer. “I’m always looking for a different way of approaching things,” Doran said. That awareness led him to begin RiverDrums, an artistic celebration of Fort Wayne’s rivers, rich h…
The last cars cleared the traffic backup June 26 as Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church completed the third and final long day of Greek Fast ‘N Go 2021.
CHURUBUSCO — Don’t look for a microwave at The 205, not even in the break room. That’s one of the rules at this new family restaurant. Everything is made to order and from scratch. Chad Stillwell, the owner of The 205, laid down that rule when he opened the restaurant last October.
The 13th annual Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly Innovation Awards celebrated the creativity and drive to thrive of the region’s companies.
Greek Fast ‘N Go 2021 will offer the fare of one of Fort Wayne’s premier summer festivals. The drive-thru edition of Fort Wayne Greek Festival will serve up gyros, baklava and more from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, June 24-26, at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, 110 E. Wallen Road, F…
BBQ RibFest will bring eight “ribmasters,” 11 bands and thousands of guests to Headwaters Park in Fort Wayne June 17-20.
COLUMBIA CITY — Crop advisors, pesticide applicators and growers have the opportunity to learn more about nutrient application and soil health at a workshop on June 22. Specialists from Purdue Extension, Ohio State Extension, A&L Labs, USDA and the Office of Indiana State Chemist will sh…
Did you ever play hide-and-seek as a kid? I’m sure many of you did. A common landscape pest plays, well, just “hide” with us on our evergreens – the bagworm. The insect does it not by hiding in the traditional sense, but by utilizing camouflage. In June, while bagworms do the hiding, we need…
Happy birthday today to Barney Dice, Jim Parker, Katelyn Green, Eva Refeld and Maggee Pequignot; tomorrow to Katie Shambaugh; to Darren Crigger, Amber Archer, Brandy Pulley, Helen Jean Stangland, Amy Bohnstedt and twins Christy Gilbert and Carmen Anderson on the 5th; Stacy Refeld and Carly B…
Northeast Indiana’s first food hall and public market will be known as the Union Street Market, its name harkening back to the earliest days of the former General Electric complex, where it will be opening next fall, developers announced May 13.
COLUMBIA CITY — BABE of Whitley County, a non-profit organization that provides resources and a community for Whitley County families, received more than 20,000 diapers from Hello Bello, an environmentally friendly company that specializes in diapers and personal care items for babies.
Visitors and employees will no longer be required to wear face coverings at Allen County and Fort Wayne municipal buildings, effective Tuesday, June 1.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Purdue University said Thursday it expects to welcome its largest-ever incoming class for the fall of 2021, setting a record for the second year in a row.
ALBION — Noble REMC’s EnviroWatts may be a young and growing program, but it’s already making a mark on the local community, feeding funding into local projects.
To put it bluntly, Oley’s deep-dish pizza is sinful! Piled high with the freshest ingredients on top of an old family recipe crust, this authentic Italian pie is unbelievably tasty and flavorful. Each forkful is a new experience.
Fields fires seen around Allen and nearby counties in early spring and late fall often are intentionally set, for a good purpose. These controlled prairie burns stave off unwanted woody species that are invading natural or planned prairies.
COLUMBIA CITY — This year marked a major change for the United Way in Whitley County. After reviewing different factors, it was decided the best option moving forward would be to merge with Kosciusko County and create a joint United Way organization between the two.