Although COVID-19 forced Wellspring Interfaith Social Services to suspend all non-essential programs, the organization has been working non-stop to lend a hand to those in need and keep its population's food insecurity at bay.
Although most community celebrations had to be cancelled or put on hold this summer due to COVID-19, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art is partnering with Arts United to carry off its 20th annual Chalk Walk, normally a signature Three Rivers Festival event--virtually.
Fort Wayne Youtheatre has been getting creative with its virtual programming since the earliest days of COVID-19 restrictions and now it's getting ready to resume "in person" activities, summer camp-style.
While nearly all of the areas' spring and summer festivals have been cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions and health risks, New Haven, Indiana has managed to keep its citizens engaged and connected in a variety of socially distanced communal activities.
As Indiana adjusts to the fourth stage of Governor Eric Holcomb’s “Back on Track” plan to “reopen” the Hoosier State amid the COVID-19 coronavirus, Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry and local health officials are urging continued vigilance to keep the virus at bay.
First Wayne Street United Methodist Church sits at a crossroads, as its Senior Pastor, Cheryl Garbe explains, "a key location both geographically and historically," which she maintains, "is no accident."
June 1 marked the third straight month in which rent was due in most places across the United States, during a period of consistent job losses amid the coronavirus pandemic that has led to 40 million unemployed Americans and counting.