As we enter into the season for tornadoes and inclement weather, The City of Fort Wayne, Allen County and The Waynedale Business Chamber have reached an agreement to install an emergency siren within the next 3 months. Allen County Commissioners voted today and approved an Interlocal Collaboration
Mornings with Mommy is a new community program being offered in the Waynedale area starting in May. It isn’t preschool and it isn’t childcare. It’s something different. Mornings with Mommy uses themed educational playdates for infants, toddlers and preschoolers. It is a fun and easy way for
Honor Flight Northeast Indiana (HFNEI) will make its 23rd flight to Washington D.C. on Wednesday, April 26.
Flight #23 currently consists of 27 WWII, 53 Korean and five Vietnam veterans. There are three veterans who are dual war veterans, one who is a Battle of Bulge veteran and one female veteran
Camille Garrison of Kingston Residence presents $3,750 from Kingston’s latest fundraiser, The Taste of Waynedale, to Waynedale Business Chamber President Jordan Cornwell, in donation to go towards the Waynedale Corridor Project.
Kingston’s 2017 Taste of Waynedale kicked off official fundraising
Tyler Prince is a senior at Bishop Luers High School, a right-handed first baseman, DH and pitcher for the Knights. This 6-foot-3, 200-pound baseball player started playing ball at the age of 7. He played with the Hoagland Youth League and was selected to play on the All-Star team every year from
The cross-country team of Norwell High School, in Wells County, has enjoyed a nearly untouched wetland all to themselves for 20 years. But when the team runs the trails at eight miles per hour, some of the charm and raw beauty can be lost on teenagers. All of that is about to change.
In 1997, the Northern
The Easter Bunny will be hopping down the bunny trail that leads to the Southwest Conservation Club on Saturday, April 15 for the Waynedale Annual Easter Egg Hunt. A tradition in Waynedale since 2011, the event is always both popular and well attended. Children 12 and under are invited to collect
It’s time to spring clean in Waynedale and we need your help!
Recent heavy winds that downed power lines and tree limbs earlier this month also sprayed a generous amount of trash and debris throughout our neighborhoods polluting our roadways and ditches In preparation for the city-wide Great
“The best food yet!” That comment was overheard more than once during the 9th Annual Taste of Waynedale. With several new restaurants joining the lineup amid the favorites, there was a large variety of delicious food from which to choose.
You really could “have it all”. From Nine Mile’s Arkansas
A handful of Wayne High School students got an amazing surprise for their home-grown business ideas on a recent afternoon.
At the New Tech Academy at Wayne, a combined English and Economics class of about 75 students is going through a project of starting their own businesses – all the way from conception
ARCH, in conjunction with TekVenture, is excited to announce they will be hosting a Preservation Expo on April 1, 2017 from 10a.m. – 4p.m. The Expo will be held at TekVenture, which is located at 1550 Griffin Street, in Fort Wayne, Indiana. This event will feature several demonstrators and lectures
As you may already know, the deadline for filing the Federal and State income taxes is Tuesday, April 18th. This is the third year in a row that taxes fall due on a day other than the traditional April 15th. You can thank Abraham Lincoln for those three extra days you have to submit your returns
When you enter Marquart’s Custom Creations at 3418 McArthur Street, your first impression is that Mike and Frank from the show The American Pickers would be in seventh heaven. But don’t go calling Danielle just yet to invite them, because owner Marcus Marquart won’t part with any of the signs
Bob Roth, a Mason for 64 years, celebrated on Saturday, March 25, his unusually long years of service to Masonry. Few Masons serve as long.
Indiana Grand Master Carey Carter and Dominic Hamblin, worshipful master of Waynedale Lodge 739, presented the Award of Gold for Roth’s 50th year of service
Area Catholic school students sang the National Anthem at the Komet Hockey game for the You Can Lend A Hand Program.
From left to right: Vivienne Clark-Most Precious Blood School, Lillian Holzinger-Huntington Catholic, Leah Pranger-St. John New Haven, Olivia Wright-St. Vincent De Paul, Noelle
The Sons of the American (SAL) Legion Post #241 located on Bluffton Road has made a generous donation to Boy Scout Troop #344 sponsored by the local Waynedale United Methodist Church. This is the 7th year the SAL has donated to this local Boy Scout Troop.
Thanks to the SAL American Legion Post #241
Looking for a glimpse of America’s majestic national symbol? Eagle Marsh, just a stone’s throw from Waynedale’s back door, may just be your chance to spy one.
Among the myriad of things the wetland preserve offers is an actual, functioning bald eagle’s nest, nestled in the woods and wetlands
Get fit at the most beautiful fitness centers in the state for a chance to win prizes.
Indiana State Parks will again offer the popular annual Fitness Challenge.
The challenge encourages visitors to walk, run, bike, paddle or swim at least 25 miles, or ride on horseback 100 miles, by November 30
Paul and Charlotte Trenary announce plans for celebrating their 54th Wedding Anniversary on March 30th. Celebrating with them will be their children Dan and Susan and 2 Granddaughters.
The Trenary’s have lived on the south side of Fort Wayne all of their lives and in the Waynedale area.
Taylor University professor Dennis E. Hensley’s latest book, Finding Success with Your Dream Writing Projects (Bold Vision Books), is his tenth writing textbook. Dr. Hensley joined the Taylor faculty in 1997 as a member of the English department at the Fort Wayne campus. In 2009 he came to the Upland
Do you ever think about what you gain from Optimism? Well, on February 6th, there were 6 young students that shared a short speech on “What the World Gains from Optimism”.
This Oratorical Contest was sponsored by the Southside Optimist Club of Fort Wayne, held at the Allen County Public Library
Elzey-Patterson-Rodak Home For Funerals is steeped in rich history. As you may have noted in the last issue of The Waynedale News, Abner Elzey personally named our fair Waynedale community back in 1921. But their ties to the funeral business began long before that.
In 1895, Abner S., an ordained minister
A Fort Wayne treasure that aids children and adults with disabilities has a vital Waynedale connection.
The Turnstone Center, which opened in 1943, was originally a school for children and adults with disabilities. In fact, its original mission was “to provide therapeutic, educational, wellness
A hidden Waynedale jewel is being filled with some of the most beautiful German music you’ve ever heard.
The Fort Wayne Mannerchor/Damenchor, a men’s and women’s choir that sings traditional German choral songs, regularly practices here, and is even bringing some national exposure to the area