Fifteen candidates fought over four seats on the Fort Wayne Community Schools board in 2010, with three incumbents going down to defeat. Today, two incumbents face no challengers and the at-large race includes just three candidates for two seats.
Fort Wayne City Council members reluctantly gave the go-ahead to use Legacy Fund money to cover costs from the past winter's extensive cleanup. Wonder how they might respond to a rainy day fund request for a deteriorating reflecting pool?
Neil deGrasse Tyson is visiting Fort Wayne today and will be speaking at IPFW as part of its Omnibus Lecture series. About a month ago, tickets sold out very quickly; he is clearly quite popular. Why is his visit to Fort Wayne important?

Opinion

  • Letters
    'Greatest nation' isshallow in showing it So often I see what appear at first glance to be demonstrations of my fellow citizens' pride in America.
  • The team for EACS
    “Two steps forward, one step back” could be the motto for the East Allen County Schools board, where efforts at district improvement seem inevitably to be disrupted by infighting and conflict.
  • LaPorte County steps up for Toll Road control
    The LaPorte County commissioners, the South Bend Tribune reports, have hired attorney Shaw Friedman to investigate whether the state can revoke its lease of the Indiana Toll Road now that its operator, ITR Concession Co., has declared bankruptcy, listing debts of $6 billion.
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