Walmart, Amazon and grocery chains like ShopRite hope to tap into a lucrative new market: Food stamp recipients who want to shop for groceries online.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) — Ivy Tech Fort Wayne will be hosting an automotive and diesel job fair Wednesday. Recruiters from over 20 companies in
Some city leaders are now taking action on getting customers a refund after nearly a year of dealing with the city’s “pick up problems.”
A council meeting regarding a controversial plan to sell water from an aquifer took a surprising turn Monday night.
Are you still having pickup problems despite the new pickup routes? Some city officials say you deserve a refund.
A Fort Wayne organization is hoping to provide over 1,500 turkeys for families on the southeast side of town.
Local business and non-profit leaders will learn a little about what it is like to live in poverty Friday.
A new app is helping deliver meals to those in need while preventing food waste.
Friday is the day that Starbucks declares it’s official: the holidays are on.
General Motors is looking to trim its white-collar workforce.
It’s not uncommon for popular films to be adapted for the theatre, and a couple of Fort Wayne theatre troupes are working to bring one to stage starting this weekend.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) — A Fort Wayne organization is ready to help those in need stay warm this winter. Brightpoint, a nonprofit organization serving