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Juan Pablo Montoya wins the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500

Juan Pablo Montoya wins the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500.


Thousands attend opening of new mosque in city

They came from as far away as New York and Texas, Virginia, Chicago and Kentucky Sunday to celebrate the opening of a n ...


Summer Events Guide

Looking for some fun this summer? Well, theres no need to travel far.

Marina abuzz as season beckons

People like the Yarger's, have seen the best and the worst of lake season through owning the Pirates Cove Marina.

Bike share rolling to town

With Uber signaling a new trend in Fort Wayne transportation, bike share, also trending worldwide, cant be far behind.

'Social revolution' in Ireland

DUBLIN – Ireland’s citizens have voted in a landslide to legalize gay marriage, electoral officials announced Saturday – a stunningly lopsided result that illustrates what Catholic l ...

Variety of offerings, great finds at Pho-Shi

Pho and sushi all in one place? Sounded like a great plan to me.

Making a room great

So, you finally have that new house with the capacious great room you’ve always wanted. Except now, as it comes time to decorate, you’re finding that room, well, not so great. Sure, it&rsq ...

New ambassador for area

During his 2½-year tenure with the Indiana Economic Development Corp., Eric Doden traveled to all 92 counties in the state. The Fort Wayne resident considers it one of his two greatest accompli ...

Scott County's lessons apply nationwide

As the HIV outbreak in southeastern Indiana continues and as the number of confirmed cases remains slowly on the rise, my colleagues and I, along with a few reporters, have been asking, “Why the ...

Weekly scorecard

Winners Fort Wayne: City gained about 1,650 residents in 2014, according to a new report by IU’s Indiana Business Research Center. According to a report in the Indiana Business Journal, Fort Way ...