Sports blogs

Emily Spencer moved into second place on the all-time IPFW women’s volleyball kill list as the Mastodons dropped a non-league match to Western Michigan, 3-1 (23-25, 25-23, 25-16, 25-9) on Tuesday.
At its final event of the fall season, the IPFW women's golf team tied for seventh with a two-day score of 642 at the Dayton Fall Invitational in Kettering, Ohio. The Mastodons moved up one spot from day one to finish tied with SIUE.
The IPFW men’s golf team wrapped of its fall season with a 15th place finish at the Dayton Fall Invitational in Kettering, Ohio, with a two-day score of 628.
When the Atlantic Coast Conference revealed future opponents Tuesday for Notre Dame, Florida State naturally stuck out as a marquee matchup following Saturday night's classic.
Mad Ants single game tickets for all 2014-15 home games will be available for purchase at 10 a.m. Thursday.
Komets forward Mike Embach had an interesting offseason job and is now expected to be a top point producer for Fort Wayne.
The IPFW women's golf team sits in a tie for eighth place after the first day of the Dayton Fall Invitational at the NCR Country Club South. The men, also at Dayton, are in a three-way tie for 11th place.
Senior captain Sean Robinson will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ACL

Features blogs

A “celebration on a cellular level.” It's what the cold-pressed, unpasteurized juices from Jai Juice & Cafe offer, owners Julia Haller and Dani McGuire write on its website.  The two teamed up last year for the café, which opened at 1301 Lafayette Ave.
A “celebration on a cellular level.” It’s what the cold-pressed, unpasteurized juices from Jai Juice & Cafe offer, owners Julia Haller and Dani McGuire write on its website.  The two teamed up last year for the café, which opened at 1301 Lafayette Ave.

Local blogs

Outgoing Allen County Sheriff Ken Fries wasn't quite prepared for the three awards he received Sunday at the Life Bridge Church in Fort Wayne.
Governor Mike Pence today issued the below statement following the announcement that Major General R. Martin Umbarger will retire in May of 2015. Major General Umbarger was appointed to the position of The Adjutant General of Indiana on March 11, 2004.
The Indiana Right to Life Political Action Committee has endorsed five area Republicans seeking Statehouse office.
The Cinema Center is doing a special one-time showing of the 1922 Dracula film “Nosfuratu.”
he Hoosier State grew nearly 6,000 Manufacturing jobs in September, a 1.2 percent growth over the month, which constituted one of the largest one-month increases in a decade and ranked as one of the largest in the nation.
$50 per year for grandparents and their grandchildren.