46803, 46806, 46816

Zip Codes: 46803, 46806, 46816

Southeast Fort Wayne is the most diverse quadrant of the city. Home to a wide variety of cultures, languages, cuisines, and churches, its family-run restaurants and grocery stores will take you on a journey around the world.

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 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.
NewsDevelopment is underway at Bottle Works Lofts.

Bottle Works Lofts builds on Southeast momentum


Feature StoryParticipants of the Fort Wayne United Late Night Basketball Program prepare to play.

A city UNITED: No one left on the sidelines


Feature StoryRev. Andrew Jarmus at St. Nicholas Eastern Orthodox Church.

More than a 'City of Churches'


Feature StoryPatrons enjoy the new tasting room at Three Rivers Distilling Co.

A taste of hometown spirit


NewsVolunteers Janet Finkel and Bonnie Pomerantz sort donations.

Addressing unmet needs of low-income families


Feature StoryFresh produce at the McCormick Place Farm Market.

HEALing food deserts with fresh produce


NewsJames Khan at his restaurant The Hoppy Gnome in Downtown Fort Wayne.

Feeding success: Restaurateur invests in Fort Wayne's future


Feature StoryTony and Becky Ridley at their house in the Renaissance Pointe Neighborhood.

Stories of Renaissance: From booming 'Bowserville' to busy YMCA


NewsAs the owner of CS3, Donna Kessler is opening a new organic deli and tea shop across the street.
Feature StoryRéna Bradley and Pastor Javier Mondragon stand in front of a playground designed by local students working with Bridge of Grace.

Ensuring downtown revitalization benefits everyone


NewsAttendees make fleece blankets together at last year's Holiday Giveback.

Southeast Fort Wayne gives back


Feature StoryGladwell's book, The Tipping Point, explores the broken windows theory that inspired Mondragon's ministry.

Telling better stories in northeast Indiana


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