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Governor’s statement on the COVID-19 public health emergency

Statement from Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb concerning the current COVID-19 public health emergency.

FSSA Secretary Dr. Jennifer Sullivan stepping down

Dr. Jennifer Sullivan, the secretary of the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has notified Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb that she is stepping away from her position.

Gov. Holcomb signs COVID-19 Executive Orders

Today, Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb signed COVID-19 Executive Orders 21-16 & 21-17.

Johnnie Mae Farm Market now open

Today the City of Fort Wayne announced today that the Johnnie Mae Farm Market, located at 2518 Winter Street, is now open on Fridays throughout the summer and fall from 2 to 6 p.m.

Governor Holcomb signs COVID-19 Executive Orders

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has signed two COVID-19 Executive Orders regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

Indiana receives Federal Disaster Declaration

Governor Holcomb today announced Indiana has been granted a federal Major Disaster Declaration.

The Historic West Main Street Farmer's Market's 10th Season

The Historic West Main Street Farmers Market is celebrating 10 years of serving the Fort Wayne community with fresh local produce with our season opening on Friday, May 11, 2018, from 3-8 PM at 1936 West Main Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
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Ayad Al-Shaibani sentenced in Food Stamp Case and ordered to pay $1,714,207.10 in restitution

On October 6, 2015, Ayad Al-Shaibani, was sentenced to probation and was ordered to pay $1,714,207.10 after pleading guilty to food stamp benefits fraud.
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HEAL urban farmer’s market opens tonight

Hundreds of hours put in at Slataper Street Farms have all led up to the grand re-opening of HEAL's McCormick Farmer's Market for 2015 on July 8th.
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FWCS: Applications lagging for textbook rental financial assistance

Applications are lagging for financial assistance for textbooks rental fees at the Fort Wayne Community Schools.