Columbia City

About a half hour west of Fort Wayne, Columbia City is a peaceful center of commerce and community life in Whitley County. 

Historic houses and brick streets create a cozy downtown where residents enjoy a safe environment with strong family values, and neighbors who feel like family.

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.
Feature StoryRiverfront advocate Stephanie Henry says she moved back to Fort Wayne to be part of its momentum.

What's next for Riverfront Fort Wayne? Join the conversation


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


Special ReportA mural in downtown New Haven on Broadway Street.
Feature StoryChristen People of NEI

#PeopleofNEI: Christen, making an impact at a young age


NewsSari Bari helps women build new lives by making products from recycled saris.
Feature StoryResidents who have moved away from a city and then moved back are called "boomerangs."
Feature StoryResidents who have moved away from a city and then moved back are called "boomerangs."

Why did you move back to Fort Wayne? Boomerangs fill us in


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.
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