Bluffton

About 40 minutes south of Fort Wayne, Bluffton is a welcoming small town, named for the river bluffs near its original site.
 

Today, it remains a beacon of natural beauty, with more than 100 acres of award-winning parkland all within an inclusive community that helps you feel right at home.

NewsBurned-In Teacher helps educators be their best personally and professionally.
NewsHomes in Fort Wayne's West Central neighborhood have seen a surge in investment in recent years.

What does the hot real estate market mean for buyers and sellers?


NewsSouthwest Honey Co. co-founders Megan Ryan and Alex Cornwell
NewsThe mother-son duo of Jain Young, left, and Rowan Greene, right, are beind Plowshares Cooperative Food Hub.
Feature StoryKristin Giant

#PeopleofNEI: Kristin, investing with impact


NewsSherry, center, and Clydia, right, enjoy connecting with the Green Hair community.
Feature StoryA northeast Indiana sunset, like this one in Angola, inspired the regional brand for talent attraction.
NewsBluffton's facade grant program has been a catalyst for economic development.
NewsZookeeper Dave Messman

Cool Jobs: Meet a zookeeper at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo


NewsTrue Kimchi is a food startup founded by Samantha Yim.

True Kimchi: How a Korean staple is spicing up northeast Indiana


NewsThe NIIC works with individuals and businesses in a variety of industries.

What does it mean to be a Certified Tech Park for entrepreneurs?


NewsNortheast Indiana has a new regional brand: "Make It Your Own."
NewsAssociates in Rural Sourcing's Albuquerque office collaborate.
NewsThe newly refurbished Chantili's hopes to offer a cosmopolitan dining experience.
NewsGenesis Health Bar provides healthy food to the community as well as job training to people with disabilities.
NewsJess Thrower entertains concert-goers at Middle Waves Music Festival.

Cool Jobs: Meet Fort Wayne musician Jess Thrower


NewsStyle For Less sells off-price women's, men's, and children's clothing, shoes, and accessories.
NewsThe KC Streetcar drops off riders at the doorstep of downtown businesses.
NewsWhile Fort Wayne fairs "quite well" in road congestion today, what does the future hold?
Signup for Email Alerts