Longtime northeast Indiana congressman Mark Souder is providing new insight into his fight against pancreatic cancer, now that doctors have performed surgery and scans that offer a better assessment of his condition.
Fort Wayne has no shortage of healthcare providers with Parkview and Lutheran each operating several hospitals and a number of clinics and now IU health making plans to disrupt the marketplace with a massive new hospital.
Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream is once again growing in northeast Indiana. The company says it is looking to hire an additional 100 employees at its Fort Wayne facility as it also plans to increase its starting hourly wage to at least $20 an hour.
Tax season is fast approaching, something that can increase anxiety levels. You should be ready for filing challenges if you have kids, received a stimulus check this past year, or gave money to charity.
A leader in the local business community and major supporter of the Turnstone organization has passed away. Family members are remembering Ronald Plassman as a man with a legacy of service to the Fort Wayne community, and especially to those with disabilities.
Anti-abortion protesters, including hundreds of northeast Indiana students, began to gather Friday in the nation’s capital with spirits high and a sense that the country has reached a pivotal moment that could lead to a sweeping rollback of abortion rights in many states.
Indiana teachers are mounting opposition to a House bill that Republican lawmakers say will increase transparency of school curricula, even after Senate leaders decided to effectively abandoned their version of the legislation.
A federal grand jury has indicted an Indiana man on charges that would make him eligible for the death penalty if convicted in the fatal shooting of a Terre Haute police detective and FBI task force officer.
As TRAA officials have repeatedly blamed a paramedic shortage for the issues, but have largely failed to mitigate the effects. TRAA’s service provider had been falling short of complying with the mandate that ambulances must be on the scene of all potential life-threatening emergencies within 8 minutes and 30 seconds 90% of the time or face fines.
Democrat Tom Henry told ABC 21 Wednesday, though it’s not a certainty, city garbage customers may have to endure a rate increase after a new trash collection contractor gets hired later this year. The mayor’s comments come after city attorney Tim Haffner told city council Tuesday night that residents should expect Red River Waste Solutions will keep providing service for up to six more months.
Are you looking for a way to celebrate Indiana’s official snack and National Popcorn Day? Locally Owned ‘Poptique Popcorn’ is celebrating by giving away free bags of popcorn for those who stop by one of their three stores.
The Indiana Small Business Development Center is now accepting applications for the Indiana Technical Assistance Program, a statewide initiative that connects small businesses with professional assistance. Businesses can receive up to $15,000 in professional services to complete growth and improvement projects that require specialized assistance or technical expertise.
City trash customers frustrated by missed pickups by Red River Waste Solutions are reporting problems to 311 in such large numbers that at times those complaints are overwhelming the system. Mayor Tom Henry’s administration is offering advice on how to work around the crush of reports.