Life's Better Here

  • The Holidays are Better Here: Fort Wayne 2012

    Fort Wayne, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) - Behind an empty storefront in Glenbrook Commons, a Christmas miracle is unfolding. This is command headquarters for two of Fort Wayne’s greatest holiday charities, the Marine Corps Reserve ‘Toys for Tot’s’, and the Salvation Army’s ‘Adopt a Family’ program…manned today by volunteers from New Haven’s Lifeway Wesleyan Church. Ben Cox and his wife Thelma have volunteered here for nine Christmases.

  • The Holidays are Better in 2012 - Part 3

    Fort Wayne, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) - Eric Olson and Jason Meyers are back at it with Part 3 of Holidays are Better Here.

  • The Holidays are Better Here: St. Joe 2012

    ST. JOE, Indiana--They’re on a mission of mercy at St. Joe’s Riverdale Elementary School, collecting food for friends and neighbors who might not have enough to go around this holiday season.

  • The Holidays are Better in 2012 - Part 2

    Columbia City, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) - Eric Olson and Jason Meyers are back at it with Part 2 of Holidays are Better Here.

  • The Holidays are Better Here: Bluffton 2012

    BLUFFTON, Indiana--Every community has folks who step up to help others over the holidays but retired Bluffton High School teacher Tony Garton is someone special. Thirty-four years ago Garton started ‘Buckets for Santa’ at Bluffton High where students pitted their basket shooting skills against his.

  • The Holidays are Better in 2012 - Part 1

    Columbia City, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) - Eric Olson and Jason Meyers are back at it again, kicking off a new season of Holidays are Better Here.

  • Life's Better Here: Fort Wayne 2012

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Fort Wayne, Indiana is a city of immigrants. The French and the English first disturbed the Native American peace along the Three Rivers three hundred years ago. The Irish who built the Wabash and Erie Canal provided the first organized wave of immigration to Fort Wayne followed by a huge influx of Germans just before and after the turn of the last century. And the flow to the Summit City of nationalities seeking a better life has not slowed.

  • Life's Better Here: Columbia City 2012

    COLUMBIA CITY, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)-Jennifer Zartman Romano is a born journalist. On any given day you’ll find the Columbia City native traversing the streets of her hometown in search of news…gathering information, interviewing people..even shooting photos and videos.

  • Life's Better Here: Huntington 2012

    HUNTINGTON, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)- What would we be without our memories, or our ability to remember? We’d be nothing, coming from nowhere, headed toward nowhere. In the shadow of the Huntington County courthouse sits a repository of memories, the Huntington County Historical Museum, keeping track of where local folks have been and what they have done…recording Huntington’s progress for nearly the last two hundred years.

  • Life's Better Here: Bluffton 2012

    BLUFFTON, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)-So how do you take the pulse of a town? Discover something about the character of its people? Well, you look to the children.