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ISP targets Move Over/Slow Down Law violations starting Sunday – 7/18/2021

The Indiana State Police will be targeting drivers violating Indiana's Move Over/Slow Down law, July 18, 2021, to July 24, 2021.
Allen County Office of Homeland Security

Severe Weather Preparedness Week

The Allen County Office of Homeland Security is supporting Severe Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana during March 14-20, 2021.

Midwest Governors announce partnership

Today, Midwest Governors announced that they will work in close coordination to reopen the economy in the Midwest region.
City of Fort Wayne

2019 highlights: State of the City address #12

Highlights from Mayor Tom Henry's 12th State of the City address delivered February 13, 2019.

Hop River brings home the Gold

Hop River Brewing Company won two Gold medals and placed second overall for Best in Show at the distinguished Indiana State Fair Brewers' Cup Professional Division.

The Kenn-Feld Group merges with Ohio firm

News release from Kenn-Feld Group, LLC: Kenn-Feld Group, LLC and Liechty Farm Equipment, Inc. Combine Combined firm will have 10 locations in northwest Ohio and northeast...

Guyott: Ohio election sends signal to Indiana lawmakers

News release from the Indiana AFL-CIO: Guyott: Ohio election result sends signal to Indiana lawmakers (INDIANAPOLIS, November 9, 2011) - Following the rejection by voters of...

Free septic systems workshop – 11/15/2011

News release from the St. Joseph River Watershed Initiative Partnership: The Public is urged to Participate in this free septic systems workshop (October 18, 2011) -...

Steam locomotive 765 returns to Ohio, Michigan this fall

Fort Wayne engineer Andrew Enyart races restored Nickel Plate Road steam locomotive no. 765 through Bannister, Michigan during a passenger excursion on July 26th, 2009....

Casinos come to Ohio

Ohio voted on their Issue 3 yesterday in their General Election. The issue passed with a 6 point margin.  The final vote: 1,659,029 For (53%) 1,471,192 Against (47%) 3,130,221 Not...