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> A yoga class enjoys the warm weather in downtown Fort Wayne. <span class='image-credits'>By Ray Steup</span> The historic Nickel Plate No. 765 is coming back to downtown Fort Wayne as part of a multi-purpose railyard park project called Headwaters Junction. <span class='image-credits'>By Kelly Lynch</span> Summer festival season is the way with events like Buskerfest in downtown Fort Wayne. <span class='image-credits'>By Stephen J. Bailey</span> The Fort Wayne Tincaps are back for their 2018 season at Parkview Field. <span class='image-credits'>By Ray Steup</span> A cyclist travels the Fort Wayne trails. <span class='image-credits'>By Ray Steup</span>

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Feature StoryTrinity English hosted a 10-week public "Dialogue on Race" this spring.

‘People of every age and race are here’

A historic church is connecting with the community in non-traditional ways—and it's working.


NewsParkview Field and related projects have been a catalyst for downtown growth and investment.

The economic anomaly of Parkview Field

Ten seasons in, a minor league baseball stadium has changed the course of downtown Fort Wayne against all odds.

Feature StorySean Wang, left, and Scott Fergusson, right, celebrate the Chapman's tap room in downtown Fort Wayne at Fortezza Coffee.

Tapping into small town community

Across northeast Indiana, Chapman’s Brewing taprooms are putting the "local" back into "local beer."

NewsThe University of Saint Francis owns two buildings in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne.

Making the most of a downtown university

How the University of Saint Francis is contributing to momentum in Fort Wayne's urban core.

Feature StoryGupta, right, takes notes from Sharma's instruction.

Why one young physician chose to grow in northeast Indiana

Dr. Saurabh Gupta is training to serve a rising need for cancer care in northeast Indiana.

Feature StoryCynthia People of NEI

#PeopleofNEI: Cynthia, part of something important

"Each day, we help each other in our recovery from mental illness. We help each other find jobs, find homes, and find ourselves."

Feature StoryNeighborLink assigns volunteers to local service projects.

What does it mean to be a good neighbor?

NeighborLink is asking Fort Wayne to consider the question in two projects this summer.

NewsOut of a Jam helps at-risk teens develop life skills through cooking.

Fort Wayne's newest food truck has a powerful purpose

Out of a Jam helps at-risk teens develop life skills through cooking. Now it's taking its products to the streets.

Feature StorySave Maumee is a grassroots organization to give northeast Indiana's rivers a voice.

Allen County residents rally for rivers

Inside the Save Maumee Grassroots Organization that's preserving northeast Indiana's waterways.

NewsThe University of Saint Francis owns two buildings in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne.

Making the most of a downtown university

How the University of Saint Francis is contributing to momentum in Fort Wayne's urban core.

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NewsThe University of Saint Francis owns two buildings in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne.

Making the most of a downtown university


NewsParkview Field and related projects have been a catalyst for downtown growth and investment.

The economic anomaly of Parkview Field


NewsOut of a Jam helps at-risk teens develop life skills through cooking.

Fort Wayne's newest food truck has a powerful purpose


NewsThere are seven communities in the NewAllen Alliance of East Allen County.

East Allen County sets the standard for strategic planning


NewsDerek Berkes owns Waiter on the Way in downtown Fort Wayne.
NewsVolunteers for the 2017 Hobnobben Film Festival pose in downtown Fort Wayne.

Want to support regional art projects?


NewsHistoric City Square in Van Wert, Ohio.

A look at New Urbanism in the Midwest


NewsThe 765 pulls into the LaSalle Street station in Chicago on one of its excursions.

What's happening with Headwaters Junction?


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NewsThe University of Saint Francis owns two buildings in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne.

Making the most of a downtown university


NewsParkview Field and related projects have been a catalyst for downtown growth and investment.

The economic anomaly of Parkview Field


Feature StorySean Wang, left, and Scott Fergusson, right, celebrate the Chapman's tap room in downtown Fort Wayne at Fortezza Coffee.

Tapping into small town community


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Feature StorySean Wang, left, and Scott Fergusson, right, celebrate the Chapman's tap room in downtown Fort Wayne at Fortezza Coffee.

Tapping into small town community


Feature StoryRick Kinney bought and raised funding to restore the Clyde Theatre in Fort Wayne.

Historic theatre renovations create a sense of 'place'


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