Wabash

About an hour southwest of Fort Wayne, Wabash is a high-achieving arts community with strong local spirit and Wabash will.

Known for being the first electrically lighted city in the world, this innovative, close knit community packs small town charm where residents actively invest and shape their city's future.

Feature Story“Farmer Dan” Flotow and his wife, Wendy, have a booth at the YLNI Farmers Market in Fort Wayne.

A farmer’s experience of the farm-to-fork movement


Feature StoryResidents of northeast Indiana gather in downtown Fort Wayne.

What is northeast Indiana’s brand? Share your thoughts in a 10-minute survey


Feature StoryTravis Sheridan
NewsBoutique hotels are gaining popularity among travelers looking for novelty.

5 reasons Fort Wayne needs a boutique hotel


Feature StoryAubrie Tinsley (left), Sara Gensic (center), and Suzy Ulmer (right) in downtown Fort Wayne with the Alyssum Montessori School behind them on the left.

Send your kids to school in downtown Fort Wayne


NewsA program focused on drone repair will launch in the next year.

Could northeast Indiana be the next global hub for drone repair?


NewsThe revitalized Market Way alley advances downtown Wabash.

Why your city should transform an alley


Special ReportImmigrant Chart growth economic effects
Feature StoryTravis Sheridan is President of Cambridge Innovation Center’s (CIC) Venture Café Global Institute.
Special ReportVincent Village is located at 2827 Holton Ave.
Feature StoryThis year marks the 50th annual Three Rivers Festival.

5 things Three Rivers Festival says about Fort Wayne


Feature StoryRhonda Sharp, MD, serves as the physician champion for the Suicide Prevention Task Force at Parkview.
Special ReportInfant mortality Allen County northeast Indiana

SPECIAL REPORT: ‘Every life lost impacts us all’


Feature StoryParkview Health is taking the Ronald McDonald House Care Mobile to northeast Indiana residents.

Taking pediatric care on the road


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


Special ReportCropped EW Chart

The case for a public market at Electric Works


Feature StoryRick Kinney bought and raised funding to restore the Clyde Theatre in Fort Wayne.

Historic theatre renovations create a sense of 'place'


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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