Quality of Life

Feature StoryThe back of the A.C. Wermuth House designed by Eero Saarinen.

7 places in Fort Wayne designed by architects who made history


Feature StoryThe GFW Fellows program attracts college students from across the country to intern in Fort Wayne.
Feature StoryTim Parsley paints a bison mural on the Landing in downtown Fort Wayne.

‘Quiet, steady’ bison mural presides over the Landing


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 StorySon Huynh People of NEI

#PeopleofNEI: Son Huynh, giving back to the community


Feature StoryTravis Sheridan
NewsThe Broadway corridor is filling up with new businesses in historic spaces.

The Broadway corridor is becoming a 'destination' downtown


NewsA basement lounge in the new Aptera headquarters.

A Fort Wayne tech company has new room to grow downtown


Feature StoryA Tired-a-Lot Summer Studio group presents their designs for a community space in front of a mural they designed and painted.

Teens answer Mount Vernon Park's call for urban renewal


Feature StoryBrett Gauger shares posts about life in downtown Fort Wayne.

7 inspiring Fort Wayne Instagram accounts to follow


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


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.
Feature StoryHoagland is one of seven East Allen County communities.
NewsAardvark Straws are an alternative to plastic ones, which don't break down easily and can harm wildlife.
NewsRachel and Brian Till are investing in the 46845 neighborhood with a second location.

Growth begets growth in the Dupont-Diebold area