46802

Zip Code: 46802

The urban center of northeast Indiana, Downtown Fort Wayne is a meeting place where the city's three rivers converge, and where people from all walks of life come together by streets, bike paths, riverboats, and bus stops. 
 
Here, residents enjoy the perks of urban living in historic houses dating back to the Canal Era or modern lofts. Stroll the streets, and you'll find dozens of local bars, eateries, and boutiques; a vibrant arts campus; and America's best minor league baseball experience—all within walking distance.

NewsThe University of Saint Francis owns two buildings in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne.

Making the most of a downtown university


Feature StorySean Wang, left, and Scott Fergusson, right, celebrate the Chapman's tap room in downtown Fort Wayne at Fortezza Coffee.

Tapping into small town community


Feature StoryGupta, right, takes notes from Sharma's instruction.

Why one young physician chose to grow in northeast Indiana


Feature StoryTrinity English hosted a 10-week public "Dialogue on Race" this spring.

‘People of every age and race are here’


NewsOut of a Jam helps at-risk teens develop life skills through cooking.

Fort Wayne's newest food truck has a powerful purpose


Feature StorySave Maumee is a grassroots organization to give northeast Indiana's rivers a voice.

Allen County residents rally for rivers


Feature StoryEden People of NEI

#PeopleofNEI: Eden, a river advocate


Feature StoryNeighborLink assigns volunteers to local service projects.

What does it mean to be a good neighbor?


Feature StoryYouTube-famous Kristen Alexis films her videos in her Fort Wayne home.

Getting to know YouTube sensation Kristyn Alexis


Special ReportCropped EW Chart

The case for a public market at Electric Works


NewsDerek Berkes owns Waiter on the Way in downtown Fort Wayne.
NewsVolunteers for the 2017 Hobnobben Film Festival pose in downtown Fort Wayne.

Want to support regional art projects?


NewsHistoric City Square in Van Wert, Ohio.

A look at New Urbanism in the Midwest


Feature Storyless trash reduce reuse recycle

Ask an Environmentalist: What’s your top recycling tip?


Feature StoryFort Wayne's "Donut Lady" Hetty Arts is at the Ft. Wayne Farmers Market on Saturday mornings.

Meet the lady behind Fort Wayne's donut truck


NewsThe 765 pulls into the LaSalle Street station in Chicago on one of its excursions.

What's happening with Headwaters Junction?


NewsJennifer Bermejo, right, works for Matilda Jane Clothing.
Feature StorySweetwater's GearFest attracts music fans from around the world.

Vacationing in Fort Wayne? Thousands of music lovers are


Feature Story#PeopleofNEI Jenee

#PeopleofNEI: Jenee, a mentor with South Side pride


Feature StoryMiddle Waves volunteers enjoy the festivities, too.
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