Sports blogs

TinCaps director of promotions and community relations Abby Naas was named the Midwest League's Female Executive of the Year.
There are few teams Indiana is more ill prepared to stop than Missouri. But that hasn't deterred the Hoosiers in the buildup to Saturday's game.
Homestead senior quarterback Logan Ormsby will delay any medical procedures on his injured foot until the end of the season and is expected to start today, coach Chad Zolman said.
Aside from the Big Ten Network, here are the Indiana games slated to appear on national television during the upcoming season.
SOUTH BEND -- Sophomore halfback Greg Bryant arrived at Notre Dame a five-star prospect, but a year later, he finally realizes how much he knows now that he didn't know then.
ESPN and CBS announced their college basketball schedule today, with Purdue appearing six times on one of the nationally known networks.
That's the journey left tackle David Hedelin has taken to Purdue.
I don't have anything new to report on the alleged merger between the ECHL and CHL -- wouldn't it actually be an absorption of the CHL? -- though the rumors persist with internet outlets citing unnamed sources that it will happen.

Features blogs

If you drive along Lima Road, it's hard to miss the changes to the restaurant scene.

Local blogs

The following statement was issued Friday by the Allen County Treasurer’s office: Allen County (September 19, 2014) – Local banks will no longer be accepting property tax payments.
As a resident of Fort Wayne’s 46807 ZIP code, I'm excited to hear that Wunderkammer Company art gallery is having an event Saturday night called UnZIP ’07, which is basically a trolley tour of seven stops in the ‘07 area featuring local food, art and music.
Today, the Indiana State Police unveiled a new electronic firearms application process that will be in effect beginning October 1st.
   Voter registration has now gone hi-tech.
The Indiana Republican Party is trying to drum up interest in its Fall Dinner by being a bit cagey.
INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller filed a lawsuit in Allen County Circuit Court against a group of Fort Wayne residents who   have acted together to form nonprofit organizations falsely claiming to benefit veterans.