It will create a 7.5 acre park with sports-themed exhibits and it’s being designed with the help of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Lu…
The names were announced during a Wednesday morning press conference.
Family and friends of Maddie Ross will be performing random acts of kindness around the city in her honor.
The arts council said Monday that most grants will be distributed to small and mid-sized organizations.
The campaign seeks to reduce sewage backups in homes and waterways.
The event is Tuesday, June 28 through Wednesday, June 29.
These girls not only hold records at their own school, but their strength has given them global recognition.
A local man is looking to help his fellow veterans who are living with PTSD.
This bicentennial minute takes a look at Elwood Haynes.
The Lobster Palooza supports a special Resident Artist Program.
The Indiana State Fair says groups can raise money for their churches, schools or clubs with fundraising opportunities at the Aug. 5-21 even…
The quilt will be on display at the Statehouse through July 11.
“The Coca-Cola bottle is famous world-wide, and the connection to Terre Haute is the fact it was actually designed in Terre Haute, Indiana a…
82 years ago he was America’s most notorious criminal.
Some 145 years ago on May 5, 1871 the first game was being played in Fort Wayne, said Chad Gramling the author of “Baseball in Fort Wayne.”
In 1959, the new black and white TVs almost closed down the live venue.
James Bethel Gresham enlisted in the army when he was 21 and died during a raid on Nov. 3, 1917.
Adoption fees are $30 and all the animals are spayed or neutered.
He’s a paraplegic and double amputee who is also an inspirational speaker.