FORT WAYNE — The Sweetwater Performance Pavilion has shifted most of its originally announced 2020 concert lineup to 2021.
Only essential personnel will be allowed at Summit Athletic Conference dual sporting events through the month of August, Carroll High School Athletic Director Dan Ginder said in an email on behalf of SAC athletic directors Aug. 6.
COLUMBIA CITY — As school districts across the state and country are welcoming students back into schools for the first time since March, only one thing is for sure — flexibility is going to be necessary.
CHURUBUSCO — Two months after school was completed and more than four months after the students last walked the halls of Churubusco High School, the Class of 2020 held its commencement program on the football field last week.
COLUMBIA CITY — Grace Schrader proved she was the top showman in Whitley County on the last day of the 4-H Fair last week, topping seven other contestants in the inaugural Supreme Showmanship event.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published the initial findings from the Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI, the nation’s first statewide random sampling study to look for prevalence of COVID-19.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana is temporarily expanding its Next Level Jobs program through Dec. 30 to include more job seekers and employers, northeast Indiana lawmakers say.
As more states and municipalities make masks mandatory in public settings, the U.S. Department of Justice and the Better Business Bureau have issued a warning about flyers or cards stating that the owner is exempt from wearing face masks. These cards are not issued or approved by any state o…
KENDALLVILLE — More than 100 residents and staff in nursing homes in five northeast Indiana counties contracted COVID-19, leading to at least 15 deaths in the region.
INDIANAPOLIS — As several COVID-19 metrics in Indiana have been increasing throughout July, one important measure continues to see improvement — the death rate.
INDIANAPOLIS — A day after Gov. Eric Holcomb had to tamp down rumors relegating COVID-19 as a “hoax” and conspiracy, and President Trump finally asked “everybody” to wear a face mask, Indiana became the third state headed by a Republican governor to mandate the now controversial facial coverings.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb doesn’t have the authority to unilaterally impose criminal penalties for people who don’t abide an upcoming statewide mask mandate, Indiana’s attorney general said in an advisory opinion issued Wednesday night.
COLUMBIA CITY — While most area summer camps have shuttered their cabins and closed their lakeside beaches for the summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one local campground is doing its best to soldier on to keep folks entertained and occupied.
KENDALLVILLE — Whether East Noble students are positive for COVID-19, sick with symptoms that look like COVID-19 or simply exposed to someone with COVID-19, they’ll likely be home for at least 10 days.
CHURUBUSCO— One-hundred seventeen days. That’s how long Churubusco American Legion Post 157 was shut down as part of Governor Eric Holcomb’s closing of nonessential businesses.
SOUTH WHITLEY — Parents, students and staff at Whitko Community Schools now have guidance on what to expect in the upcoming school year.
Perhaps the phrase, "You can't please everyone" has never been more true than it is for school officials while attempting to make plans for the reopening of schools this fall.
AUBURN — An Auburn man is halfway through a project of penning a series of four books, beginning with the story of a retired sheriff solving a mystery and concluding with the story of how readers got to book one.
ANGOLA — The greater Angola community has gone the extra mile in helping welcome back returning and new international students at Trine University.
The federal Payroll Protection Plan worked as intended to carry small businesses and organizations through the COVID-19 pandemic, three local leaders said.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana hospitals continue to care for all Hoosier patients, including those with COVID-19, but new data show that the pandemic is causing significant financial challenges for hospitals across the state. With the impact of increased costs of supplies and other expenditures, su…
ALBION — Noble County school superintendents delivered an address together about school reopenings next month, although specifics about how and what that looks like were promised for a later date.
INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 can cause an array of serious health symptoms in its own right, but statewide statistics show the disease can be much more serious for people who have other underlying conditions.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Mike Braun’s bid to discuss tweaking laws protecting police officers from frivolous lawsuits has died, according to Steuben County Sheriff R.J. Robinson.
CHURUBUSCO — After starting a modified sports activities this summer, the Churubusco Youth League announced last weekend that the seasons would be canceled due to COVID-19.
INDIANAPOLIS — Some day, enough people might be immune to COVID-19 to severely limit the opportunity for the virus to jump from person to person and spread in communities.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana topped 700 new cases of COVID-19 for the second straight day as the daily positivity rate topped 10% for the first time since mid-May.
A festival dedicated to frontier life demonstrations that draws tens of thousands of visitors to Fort Wayne has been canceled because of COVID-19 concerns.
COLUMBIA CITY — While schools are working toward making plans for the start of the 2020 school year, many have taken time to reflect on the last two months of the past school year.
ANGOLA — Trine University has received a $3,400 grant from the Indiana Space Grant Consortium to support a senior design project that competes in the NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge.
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development said it is putting “holds” on, and investigating, many Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) claims that have been recently filed before clearing them for payment.
WHITLEY COUNTY — While the COVID-19 pandemic has stretched its menacing tentacles around most aspects of daily life in 2020, from restaurants to weddings, sports and social gatherings, one field is finding the coronavirus distress particularly daunting. Local non-profit groups are struggling…