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NewsCWOW's Vanessa Sheckler, left, assists a Haitian artist with product development.

How supporting creative women boosts global economies


NewsMudLOVE started with clay products like mugs.
NewsThe University of Saint Francis owns two buildings in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne.

Making the most of a downtown university


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 StoryNeighborLink assigns volunteers to local service projects.

What does it mean to be a good neighbor?


NewsThere are seven communities in the NewAllen Alliance of East Allen County.

East Allen County sets the standard for strategic planning


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?


NewsJennifer Bermejo, right, works for Matilda Jane Clothing.
NewsColumbia Street, also known as The Landing, is currently under construction.

Landing a destination for local business


Feature StoryDreamers are foreign-born people who were brought to the U.S. as children.

Creating a safe space to learn about immigration


Feature StoryAsk An Environmentalist is a new monthly feature on Input Fort Wayne.

Introducing: Ask an Environmentalist


Feature StoryFort Wayne's trails see more than 60,000 visitors a month during the summer.

How trails are connecting communities


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


NewsOut of a Jam is a culinary nonprofit that teaches women and teens marketable business skills.

Organizations join forces to address systemic problems


Feature StorySome cities are taking on the topic of inclusive innovation and economic development.

Better together: Cities drive economic growth with greater inclusion