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Mayor Tom Henry and Fort Wayne UNITED today unveiled the Meals 4 Healing initiative that's designed to serve families who have lost loved ones to homicide.
Today, United Way of Allen County announced $4.68 million being invested in Allen County over the next year.
The Allen County Prosecutor's Office and Crime Victim Care of Allen County announce the "Understand Your Rights" event and community resource fair.
Crime Victim Care of Allen County announces four new members of its Board of Trustees, as well as the full slate of officers and board members.
The Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne distributed a total of $1,880,715 in new grant awards to nonprofit agencies serving Allen County.
Crime Victim Care of Allen County will continue to provide free mental health services to refugee and immigrant families in Fort Wayne.
Delivra announced today that 26 local organizations are receiving the company's email marketing software free of charge.
The Allen Superior Court announced today the retirement of Rex McFarren as the director of the Allen County's Court Appointed Special Advocate Program.
The first day of the 2013-14 academic year at IPFW featured the annual Fall Convocation, held in the Auer Performance Hall at the Rhinehart Music Center.
News release from the St. Joseph Community Health Foundation: The St. Joseph Community Health Foundation Announces $444,150 in 34 Local Grants (June 27, 2012) - The...