Lauren Caggiano

Lauren Caggiano is a Fort Wayne-based writer. A 2007 graduate of the University of Dayton, she returned to Northeast Indiana to pursue a career. In the past 12 years she has worked in journalism, public relations, marketing, and digital media. She currently writes for several local, regional, and national publications.

NewsConvenience stores often perpetuate health disparities in low-income neighborhoods.
NewsWhile Fort Wayne fairs "quite well" in road congestion today, what does the future hold?
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.
Feature StoryA passenger rail service has been proposed from Chicago, IL, to Columbus, OH, through Fort Wayne.
NewsThe Nook is a popular eatery in Columbia City.

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


NewsBuild Your Future Indiana is a partnership formed to address the talent shortage in the building trades.
NewsJohn Manon is the brainchild behind Classic City Center's "Ninja Warrior" program.

Cool Jobs: Meet the man behind Waterloo's 'Ninja Warrior' program


NewsDr. Cosette Grant-Overton, right, is President/CEO of the Fort Wayne Urban League.
NewsThe Mid-America Windmill Museum has 52 restored windmills on exhibit indoors and outside.

5 museums you might not know about in northeast Indiana


NewsLeaders from the local craft beer scene are forward-thinking in their approach to advance the industry as a whole.
NewsIndiana Tech is offering more educational opportunities to compete in the global economy.
Feature StoryTekVenture offers makers tools, space, and community.

How makers are hacking Fort Wayne's culture


NewsLearning comes alive through group projects which are cornerstones of the New Tech Network curriculum.

New Tech Academy is challenging the status quo in education


NewsThe Community Apple Orchard in Winona Lake provides residents with organic apples and cider.
NewsArtists are on the hunt for midsize performance spaces that fit their needs and budget.

What’s missing from Fort Wayne's independent arts scene?