The Journal Gazette
Space for short-term boat, kayak and canoe docking and a variation of the tree canopy trail in Promenade Park that connects to an overlook deck on the 3rd Street Pump Station.

Verbatim: Designs Revealed for Next Phases of Riverfront Fort Wayne

The City of Fort Wayne's riverfront consulting team tonight revealed designs for the next phases of riverfront development, some of which...

December 5, 2019 4:33 pm

Verbatim: IURC issues order in NIPSCO electric rate case

The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission issued this news release today:

December 4, 2019 12:53 pm

Verbatim: Manchester announces plan for academic program changes

Manchester University issued this news release today:

December 3, 2019 10:04 am

Verbatim: PFW and Fort Wayne Sister Cities formalize partnership

Purdue University Fort Wayne issued the following news release today:

December 3, 2019 8:03 am

Verbatim: Combined Sewer Overflow Warning Today

When it rains, the 100-year-old combined sewers in older parts of Fort Wayne can overflow, resulting in the discharge of a combination of...

December 1, 2019 6:43 am

 Scott McMullen with Hagerman Construction takes down the fence screen along Harrison Street on Wednesday after high wind hit the city. (Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette)

Verbatim: I&M power outage update

Indiana Michigan Power expects most of its Fort Wayne area customers will have power restored by 4 p.m.

November 28, 2019 10:37 am

Verbatim: Combined sewer overflow

The city of Fort Wayne issued the following news release today:

November 27, 2019 6:56 am

Verbatim: Festival of Trees award-winners

The Embassy Theatre issued this news release today:

November 26, 2019 5:39 pm

Renderings show the planned expansion to Trine University's engineering facilities.

Verbatim: Trine receives $500,000 pledge for engineering expansion

The English-Bonter-Mitchell (EBM) Foundation has pledged $500,000 to support the planned expansion of facilities for Trine University's...

November 26, 2019 9:43 am

Verbatim: Commissioners to Consider Lease Extension for Hotel Property

The Allen County Board of Commissioners is being asked to consider extending a lease agreement that will allow a hotel to make future...

November 25, 2019 2:08 pm

  • Verbatim: History Center Announces Festival of Gingerbread 2019 Winners
  • Verbatim: Lutheran Health Physicians Expands Family Medicine Services to DeKalb County
  • Verbatim: Combined sewer overflow warning today
  • Verbatim: PBS39 sweater drive underway
  • Verbatim: Rhodes State College Announces New President
  • Verbatim: Affordable housing expanded through $170 million in housing tax credits
  • Verbatim: Ohio Rail Development Commission approves grant to Indiana Northeastern Railroad
  • Verbatim: Copper Processing Company Plans Allen County Expansion
  • Verbatim: Electric Works update
  • Verbatim: FWCS to close for Red for Ed Day
  • Verbatim: Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control expands services to include City of New Haven
  • Verbatim: Combined Sewer Overflow Warning Today
  • Verbatim: AG Curtis Hill announces re-election campaign
  • Hill announces his AG re-election bid
  • Verbatim: Young Announces Navy Ship to be Named in Honor of Richard G. Lugar
  • Verbatim: Authority to Invest remaining $250,000 in additional Regional Cities projects
  • Verbatim: NeighborLink Fort Wayne Completes Phase 1 of a Five-Neighborhood Research Project
  • Verbatim: Public meeting set on Van Wert County intersection redesign
  • Verbatim: I&M drone inspections scheduled
  • Verbatim: HCCSC to close on November 19, 2019
  • Verbatim: Leaf collection moves north
  • Verbatim: 10 neighborhoods awarded grants
  • Verbatim: Animal straw available as cold weather moves in
  • Verbatim: WOWO to benefit Cancer Services of NE Indiana
  • Verbatim: TRF announces 2020 parade theme
  • Verbatim: Local School Purchases New Property
  • Verbatim: Downtown Improvement District Announces Winner Of New Events Contest:
  • Upgrades close Promenade Park's Canopy Trail
  • Verbatim: BMV open for Election Day
  • Verbatim: Holcomb Statement on Hulman & Company Announcement
  • Verbatim: Energy assistance program resumes
  • Verbatim: Combined sewer overflow warning today
  • Verbatim: No Alley-oop, but still a Slam Dunk!
  • Verbatim: Mayor Henry Announces State-Of-The-Art Improvements coming to bridge along Spy Run Avenue In Partnership With INDOT
  • Verbatim: Combined sewer overflow warning today
  • Verbatim: State Boulevard now open
  • Verbatim: First three quarters of 2019 show reductions in homicides, shootings and violent crimes compared to 2018
  • Verbatim: USF announces changes to academic programs
  • Verbatim: Young Statement in Response to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s Death
  • Verbatim: Combined sewer overflow warning today