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.

NewsZookeeper Dave Messman

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NewsNortheast Indiana has a new regional brand: "Make It Your Own."
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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.

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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.

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NewsCrimson House Café's Jeff and Heidi Reed are missionaries-turned-business owners.
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NewsNOLA on 13 serves breakfast and lunch options.

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Special ReportA mural in downtown New Haven on Broadway Street.
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