Artist Tim Parsley and students from the University of Saint Francis paint a mural in the alley between Wayne Street and Berry Street as part of Art This Way. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> After years of renovations, the Clyde Theatre reopened in May and is now hosting shows at 1808 Bluffton Rd. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> Fireworks begin at 10 p.m. on July 4 at the Indiana Michigan Power Center in downtown Fort Wayne. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> A sculptural bike rack is full outside the Allen County Public Library in downtown Fort Wayne. <span class='image-credits'>By Ray Steup</span> Hundreds of cyclists took to the streets of downtown Fort Wayne for the 7th annual Fort4Fitness Spring Cycle on May 19. <span class='image-credits'>By Ray Steup</span> A mural on the Brass Rail in downtown Fort Wayne honors Native American history in northeast Indiana. <span class='image-credits'>By Ray Steup</span> The downtown Fort Wayne riverfront is busy with activity on warm summer days. <span class='image-credits'>By Ray Steup</span> The west side of the former General Electric campus is slated for Phase 1 of the Electric Works development, if local officials can seal the deal on funding. <span class='image-credits'>By Ray Steup</span>

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Feature StoryThis year marks the 50th annual Three Rivers Festival.

5 things Three Rivers Festival says about Fort Wayne

What happens in these days is something truly special that goes beyond the festival itself.

NewsFutsal is a great way for youth to develop motor skills necessary to excel in other sports.

Why Fort Wayne has Indiana's first outdoor futsal court

This is what can happen when the government, the public, and the private sector converge to meet a need.

Feature StoryNicole King, left, and Ellen Sauer, right, organized Fort Wayne's first Human Library.

What's happening at northeast Indiana's first Human Library?

Two local women share their vision for the event, and its special focus on reaching regional youth.

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4 things Fort Wayne can learn from Grand Rapids

What the resurgent success of this forward-thinking city can teach the Summit City.

Feature StorySingle-stream recycling bins are picked up to be sorted at a Materials Recovery Facility (MRF).

Is your recycling really getting recycled?

The answer might be less about your curbside pickup and more about your personal practices.

Feature StoryOpen Streets encourages people of all ages to play in the street.

From downtown to playground: This is the power of Open Streets

What residents did with four hours and 18-blocks of open space on Calhoun Street.

Feature StoryRhonda Sharp, MD, serves as the physician champion for the Suicide Prevention Task Force at Parkview.

Spot suicide warning signs with new training by Parkview

On average, one person dies by suicide every nine hours in Indiana. Here’s how you can help.


Feature StoryJade Kelsey is President of Bicycle Friendly Fort Wayne.

#People of NEI: Jade, President of Bicycle Friendly Fort Wayne

"There are so many unique ways to see northeast Indiana from a bike that you will never see from a car."

Feature StorySteppin’ Up Physical Therapy employs 35 people.

A south side success story

How Steppin’ Up Physical Therapy became Greater Fort Wayne Inc.’s 2018 Small Business of the Year.

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NewsFernando Tarango is a part-time New Zealand resident.

Fort Wayne musician lands role of a lifetime in New Zealand


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How supporting creative women boosts global economies


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NewsThree types of LED lighting have been installed under the Barr Street overpass.

Should lighting under the Barr Street overpass stay?


Feature StoryNicole King, left, and Ellen Sauer, right, organized Fort Wayne's first Human Library.

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Feature StorySingle-stream recycling bins are picked up to be sorted at a Materials Recovery Facility (MRF).

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