FORT WAYNE — A partnership between local artists is offering would-be festival goers a virtual music experience in lieu of Middle Waves, a Fort Wayne music festival that was postponed until 2021 this summer.
FORT WAYNE — Two northeast Indiana leaders joined the Northeast Indiana Innovation Center in its program to support women-owned businesses as they adapt to a post-COVID-19 pandemic economy.
FORT WAYNE — The Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department announced Friday that most Foellinger Theatre performances are being postponed until 2021.
WHITLEY COUNTY — “You are hereby ordered to close all schools, churches and places of public amusement and forbid public meetings in the county until further notice.”
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INDIANAPOLIS — Thursday, the Indiana State Fair Commission and the Indiana State Fair Board announced there will be no Indiana State Fair in 2020, but there will be a modified State Fair 4-H Livestock Show with additional activities that will be held on the state fairgrounds in August.
Vendors and shoppers found plenty of elbow room for social distancing Saturday, when the farmer’s market that had been held indoors all winter moved into the open air circling the Fort Wayne TinCaps’ playing field.
FORT WAYNE — Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo members will SOON enjoy three weeks of access to the zoo before the Sherman Boulevard attraction opens to the public July 4.
NEW HAVEN — At a special session of the New Haven Adams Township Parks & Recreation board Monday, the decision was made to not open Jury Pool for the summer of 2020. The decision was based on the fact that it would be virtually impossible to maintain the significant restrictions on opera…
Many festival boards in the region remain hopeful their annual festivities will happen without a hitch this summer, while even some that were planning events after the final phase of Governor Eric Holcomb’s Indiana reopening plan have opted to cancel and focus their efforts on next year.
COLUMBIA CITY — A Community Foundation grant recently went out to Passages to bolster its employee assistance program. The program helps employees through tough times with many types of programs and support. The current health situation has called on Passages employees to go above and beyond…