There are some important changes to laws in Indiana taking effect on July 1. Many of the changes impact drivers under the age of 21. In an attempt to keep Hoosier driver’s eyes up and cut down on distracted driving, lawmakers changed state law to remove driving diversions for Hoosiers under 21. Starting July 1, [...]

POSTED: 06/30/15 at 10:32 pm. FILED UNDER: News

EACS WELCOMES NEW PRINCIPAL OF PRINCE CHAPMAN ACADEMY Mr. Patrick McCann began working with EACS as a Title 1 administrator in November 2011. A native of Wabash Indiana, he attended Indiana University in Bloomington, graduating in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a Teaching license with a major in Economics and a [...]

POSTED: 06/30/15 at 10:26 pm. FILED UNDER: Schools

WELCOME HOME ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SECONDARY EDUCATION Ms. Deborah Watson is returning to EACS after being principal at Snider High School for the past six years. She is entering her 37th year in education and worked in EACS for 28 of those years. Deborah has degrees from Ball State, Indiana University, and Purdue University. Prior [...]

POSTED: 06/30/15 at 10:23 pm. FILED UNDER: Schools

EACS DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION SELECTED Mr. Dave Myers was recently named the Director of Transportation for the district. Mr. Myers began his teaching career in 1989. He became a teacher with EACS at Paul Harding High in 2000. In 2004, he transferred to New Haven High School during the district’s redesign process. For the past [...]

POSTED: 06/30/15 at 10:19 pm. FILED UNDER: News, Schools

Thousands still powerless; river flooding continues The Journal Gazette More than 7,500 northeast Indiana I&M customers remained without power this morning after the weekend’s storms, and flooding continued on several area rivers. As of 6:30 a.m., Indiana Michigan Power estimated 7,167 of its Allen County customers, or about 5 percent, were without power.The utility estimated [...]

POSTED: 06/29/15 at 7:33 am. FILED UNDER: News

New Haven man pleads guilty in Wells traffic deaths The Journal Gazette A New Haven man has pleaded guilty in the April traffic deaths of three Wells County residents, the county prosecutor’s office said today. Anthony W. Dager, 26, pleaded guilty Wednesday in Wells Circuit Court, the prosecutor’s office said in a statement. He is [...]

POSTED: 06/27/15 at 10:05 am. FILED UNDER: News

The New Haven High School Class of 1965 will celebrate their 50th Reunion Saturday, September 19th from 6-11 pm at the Hotel Fort Wayne (old Marriott) Cost $65.00 per person. Contact Denny Herman at 260-449-9670 /email or Wayne Sovine 260-749-1716/ email – reservation deadline July 29th. Lost Classmates: William Blessing, Patricia Browne, Stan [...]

POSTED: 06/27/15 at 10:02 am. FILED UNDER: Entertainment, News

Heritage Park Receives National Award for Quality Care Heritage Park is the recipient of the Bronze – Commitment to Quality Award for its dedication to improving the lives of residents through quality care. The award will be presented by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL). “Heritage Park has demonstrated [...]

POSTED: 06/24/15 at 9:37 pm. FILED UNDER: Business, News

ROAD CLOSURE… Landin Road Beginning Monday, May 18, 2015 Landin Road, in New Haven, Indiana will be closed at the Bullerman drain and 500 feet south of the bridge. The closure will be in effect until Wednesday, June 18, 2015. **This has been extended; the closure will be in effect until 5:00p.m. Monday, July 10, [...]

POSTED: 06/24/15 at 9:33 pm. FILED UNDER: News

There’s big news on the hardcourt in the Fort Wayne area Introducing Club 1 Local basketball coaches joined Parkview Sports Medicine, SportONE and Cougar Basketball as they introduced Club 1; an innovative approach to youth basketball that combines the largest youth basketball leagues in northern Indiana with one of the top college coaching staffs in [...]

POSTED: 06/24/15 at 9:29 pm. FILED UNDER: News, Sports