Councilman’s Corner by Glenn Hines—In 2014 we need to ask not what our community will do for us, but ask what can we do for our community.
My name is Jay Walker and I was born and raised in Fort Wayne, Ind., and I’m introducing a new texture in a variety of flavored gourmet pork, chicken and eventually turkey rinds.
We just experienced a shameful milestone in the history of U.S. media—and barely anyone noticed. There are now zero black-owned and operated full-power TV stations in our country.
Victor Eugene Butler, or “Gene” as he is known to most folks in the community, was well aware of the possible pitfalls and failure rates when he decided to forgo the corporate fast track, to go into business for himself. That was 20 years ago.
FORT WAYNE—People in business for themselves or those hoping to start businesses have an opportunity to gain valuable insight into to the world of entrepreneurs and to share the benefit of their own experiences at the Fort Wayne Entrepreneurial Summit, scheduled for 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sept. 21 at the Fort Wayne Public Safety […]
Jeanie profiles former inmate, recovering addict, cancer and stroke survivor, and now owner of Sparkling Touch cleaning service.