Government / Non-profit

Feature StoryAsk An Environmentalist is a new monthly feature on Input Fort Wayne.

Introducing: Ask an Environmentalist


Feature StoryFort Wayne's trails see more than 60,000 visitors a month during the summer.

How trails are connecting communities


NewsDevelopment is underway at Bottle Works Lofts.

Bottle Works Lofts builds on Southeast momentum


Feature StoryParticipants of the Fort Wayne United Late Night Basketball Program prepare to play.

A city UNITED: No one left on the sidelines


NewsOut of a Jam is a culinary nonprofit that teaches women and teens marketable business skills.

Organizations join forces to address systemic problems


NewsThe Parkview Cancer Institute team and Paul's Place board members.

Helping families when they need it most


NewsBreydon practices reading at the Fort Wayne Center for Learning.

Turning struggling students into lifelong learners


Feature StoryRev. Andrew Jarmus at St. Nicholas Eastern Orthodox Church.

More than a 'City of Churches'


NewsWindrose Urban Farm grows Shiitake mushrooms.

Growing innovative employment opportunities


Feature StoryResidents can renovate existing tiny houses like this one at 1126 Lexington Ave.

The big reason for tiny houses


NewsVolunteers Janet Finkel and Bonnie Pomerantz sort donations.

Addressing unmet needs of low-income families


Feature StoryResident Diana Talor shops at the 3 Rivers Food Co-op at 1612 Sherman Blvd.

Growing interest in a local food network


Feature StoryDemonstrators take to the streets of downtown Fort Wayne as part of the Women's March.

The 'pink wave' is rising in northeast Indiana


NewsColorful homes at 1009-1013 W Jefferson Blvd. on the Historic West Central tour.

Historic tours show city from a fresh perspective


Feature StoryMayor SuzAnne Handshoe, right, with students from one of her Junior Achievement classes.

Kendallville's first female mayor shares her story


Feature StoryJodi Leamon lives and works in downtown Fort Wayne.

Downtown lifestyle leads to less waste


Feature StoryFresh produce at the McCormick Place Farm Market.

HEALing food deserts with fresh produce


NewsVeit, right, watches as Fort Wayne City Councilman Crawford signs the YLNI Inclusivity Pledge.

Interested in inclusivity? Take a pledge


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