Waynedale

On the South Side of Fort Wayne, Waynedale is its own seemingly independent small town.

Driven by positive momentum and local pride, it's a thriving rural community, complete with a grocery store, gas stations, banks, a pharmacy, restaurants, and of course, familiar faces.

Feature StoryThe back of the A.C. Wermuth House designed by Eero Saarinen.

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Feature StoryThe GFW Fellows program attracts college students from across the country to intern in Fort Wayne.
Feature Story“Farmer Dan” Flotow and his wife, Wendy, have a booth at the YLNI Farmers Market in Fort Wayne.

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Feature StoryResidents of northeast Indiana gather in downtown Fort Wayne.

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Feature StorySon Huynh People of NEI

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Feature StoryTravis Sheridan
Feature StoryBrett Gauger shares posts about life in downtown Fort Wayne.

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Feature StoryTommy Cutter and Shruti Sharma are launching a company called Sustainable Thinkers.

Fort Wayne startup seeks to simplify sustainable shopping


Feature StoryAubrie Tinsley (left), Sara Gensic (center), and Suzy Ulmer (right) in downtown Fort Wayne with the Alyssum Montessori School behind them on the left.

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NewsA program focused on drone repair will launch in the next year.

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Feature StoryTravis Sheridan is President of Cambridge Innovation Center’s (CIC) Venture Café Global Institute.
Feature StoryHoagland is one of seven East Allen County communities.
Feature StoryIrene

#PeopleofNEI: Irene, Executive Director of Amani Family Services


NewsAardvark Straws are an alternative to plastic ones, which don't break down easily and can harm wildlife.
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Feature StoryThe Cube House was originally built for Graves's high school friends Jay and Lois Hanselmann.
Feature StoryNicole King, left, and Ellen Sauer, right, organized Fort Wayne's first Human Library.

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