Lost Angels

For more than a century Fort Wayne's Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church has inspired the faithful, it's majestic spire towering above the North Highlands neighborhood it serves.

Lost Angels

For more than a century Fort Wayne’s Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church has inspired the faithful, it’s majestic spire towering above the North Highlands neighborhood it serves.

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Dark Light

In the depths of the Great Depression when one fourth of the country was out of work, the U. S. Government under Franklin Roosevelt hired millions of jobless Americans to build roads, state parks, schools and hospitals.

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What the…?

There’s a new addition to Fort Wayne’s Science Central, to the exhibits that demonstrate and help explain the natural world and how it works.

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What’s unique about Huntington is that it has used preservation as an economic driver for its community.


“Where did you come from and what was it like and why are your values what they are?”

Shedding Light

It was called the Grand Army of the Republic, the G.A.R., the VFW of its day whose members fought for the Union army in America’s Civil War.


Roanoke Indiana is luckier than most small towns, it’s proud history is revered and preserved here at the Roanoke Heritage Center and Historical Museum, tracing the towns rise from its Native American roots to thriving canal port, and local notables past and present.


“Everybody wants to do something to be creative,’ says business owner Shannon McClure, “and to be able to have a little piece of something they made.”

Print That!

Fort Wayne’s art museum is always packed with interesting things to see, paintings, art glass, sculpture.


They are among society’s most vulnerable, hospitalized children facing sometimes life threatening illness.

Unwelcome Travelers

This is what many Americans grew up watching on television in the 1960’s: police, fire hoses, police dogs unleashed on unarmed, peaceful civil rights protesters. Men, women and children. But brutality was just part of African American life in the South then. Tens of thousands of businesses refused to serve black people or forced them to use restrooms, hotels and restaurants separate from whites.

The Sign Post Up Ahead

They tell us what’s ahead, what to do and where to do it. And where would civilization be without them.

Just a bit of rain possible

Just a bit of rain possible

In contrast to yesterday evening, not too much sun will be seen today.

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