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.

Feature StoryA passenger rail service has been proposed from Chicago, IL, to Columbus, OH, through Fort Wayne.
Feature StorySue Parkview Greenhouse

#PeopleofNEI: Sue, growing a healthy community


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


Feature StoryMembers of the Fort Wayne Black Chamber of Commerce.

Closing the racial wage gap in Fort Wayne


Feature StoryThe Fort Wayne Dance Collective is hosting a class on African Dance.

Exploring African culture through dance


Feature StoryMelissa Kirsten Old Fort Tee Co

#PeopleofNEI: Kirsten and Melissa, the story behind Old Fort Tee Co.


NewsThe children's room at Vincent Village has more space, a new look, and new equipment.
NewsBuild Your Future Indiana is a partnership formed to address the talent shortage in the building trades.
Feature StoryParkview Health will soon be launching a new community resource called the Parkview Community Greenhouse and Learning Kitchen.
Feature StoryThe Clyde Theatre hosts national acts and local performers like Christiana Danielle.
Feature StoryRandy Dan People of NEI

#PeopleofNEI: Randy and Dan, capturing Fort Wayne through time


NewsDr. Cosette Grant-Overton, right, is President/CEO of the Fort Wayne Urban League.
NewsThe Mid-America Windmill Museum has 52 restored windmills on exhibit indoors and outside.

5 museums you might not know about in northeast Indiana


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