The Landing is coming to life as new buildings take shape on historic Columbia Street. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> Warmer temperatures welcome walkers in Fort Wayne's Lakeside Park. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> Headwaters Park Ice Rink is open now through March 4, 2019. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Bridge in downtown Fort Wayne comes alive at night. <span class='image-credits'>By Ray Steup</span> Bob the Bison stands watch in downtown Angola as part of the Indiana “Bison-tennial” art project in 2016. His mural was painted by artist Carl Moshe to feature the Pottawatomi Inn on the lake, as well as Native American imagery. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> The downtown Fort Wayne riverfront is under construction to become a regional destination. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> Construction continues on Promenade Park along the downtown Fort Wayne riverfront. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span>

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Feature StoryRéna Bradley

How do you support a neighborhood? Architect and Community Developer Réna Bradley weighs in

Bradley’s work is holistic, from helping students design sustainable playgrounds on their streets to helping girls learn about professions to pursue.

Feature StoryPaco Reyes, who wanted to do screen printing since he was 13, prints and sells t-shirts and teaches others the art of screen printing at TekVenture.

What is TekVenture? Discover the potential of Indiana’s oldest and largest makerspace

Step into a place where ideas are hatched, inventions take shape, art is created, and dreams are realized—right in Fort Wayne.

NewsConvenience stores often perpetuate health disparities in low-income neighborhoods.

The cost of convenience: Why minimarts are a bad deal for low-income areas

On the surface, increased access to food might seem like a good thing. But it often comes with a costly catch-22.

Feature StoryRiverfront advocate Stephanie Henry says she moved back to Fort Wayne to be part of its momentum.

What's next for Riverfront Fort Wayne? Join the conversation

Riverfront Fort Wayne is offering a free public educational series in February among other events.

Feature StoryThe parks system offers students the chance to use equipment for scientific study, like microscopes.

Park School: How science programs at Allen County Parks are meeting homeschool student needs

The Allen County Parks system is offering science enrichment programs by popular demand.

Feature StoryMaya People of NEI

#PeopleofNEI: Maya, growing up in downtown Fort Wayne

"Someday, when I am bigger, I want to be an acrobat. I’ve been practicing since I was four. I’m pretty good at it."

NewsCrimson House Café's Jeff and Heidi Reed are missionaries-turned-business owners.

Meet these 7 northeast Indiana business owner couples who are crushing it

These regional entrepreneurs are partners in business and in life. 

NewsWhile Fort Wayne fairs "quite well" in road congestion today, what does the future hold?

What's the traffic outlook on northeast Indiana's Road to One Million?

The Fort Wayne area fairs "quite well" in road congestion today. But as the region grows, what does the future hold?

Feature StoryCreativeMorningsFTW

Introducing CreativeMornings Fort Wayne: A place for the creative community to connect

Input Fort Wayne is proud to be a media partner for a new monthly breakfast lecture series downtown.

Feature StoryYvonne and Robert Johnson launched Bukál flavored sparkling water.

New business bubbling up: Kombucha entrepreneur launches sparkling water company in Fort Wayne

Bukál flavored sparkling water connects the Summit City to culture and causes in Southeast Asia.

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NewsCrimson House Café's Jeff and Heidi Reed are missionaries-turned-business owners.
NewsIndiana Tech launched a new tagline to better speak to all of its audiences.
NewsNOLA on 13 serves breakfast and lunch options.

Enjoy a taste of New Orleans with views of the Summit City skyline


NewsCornerstone Youth Center staff and volunteers work to help youth develop in all areas of their lives.

Going beyond data: How one nonprofit is changing lives of rural youth


NewsSari Bari helps women build new lives by making products from recycled saris.
NewsThe Nook is a popular eatery in Columbia City.

Visiting Whitley County? Try these 4 small eateries with big flavor


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