Rural Living

NewsGreat KIDS hosts events like mental health training seminars to coach caregivers working with children.
Feature StoryProducts like lightbulbs and batteries require unique recycling methods.
Feature StoryFormerly obscured by a highway bridge, the Reedy River now serves as the centerpiece of downtown Greenville.
Special ReportParkview recruiting job candidates seek
NewsThe Community Apple Orchard in Winona Lake provides residents with organic apples and cider.
NewsRoanoke hosts at least one big event per month.
Feature StoryThe New Haven Community Center has become a center of local life since it opened in 2017.

A robust parks plan is enhancing Southeast Allen County


Feature StoryToday, recycling or properly disposing of items is largely up to consumers. But that could change.

Ask an Environmentalist: Is there a way to make recycling easier?


Special ReportOpioid epidemic chart Indiana
Feature StoryTyler Wabash People of NEI

#PeopleofNEI: Tyler, a Wabash ambassador


NewsDestiny Rescue has saved thousands of girls from the sex trade.
NewsMarket wagon is an online farmers market that delivers farmers' products to consumers.

Want to buy local more often? Market Wagon is here to help


Feature StoryEmergency responders practice treatments on high-fidelity patient simulators, or manikins, supplied by the Parkview Advanced Medical Simulation Lab.

Is your school prepared for an emergency?


NewsA team of high school students launched Shipshewana Pedicabs through Launch LaGrange.

Student businesses build on LaGrange County's success


Feature StoryMany U.S. companies are left with no market for their recyclables.

How does trade with China affect recycling in Allen County?


Feature StoryFWCS Superintendent Wendy Robinson explains the benefits of Electric Works to local educators.

'This is more than just a business deal'


Feature StoryElectric Works is the largest project Fort Wayne has considered in recent years.

What type of place is Fort Wayne going to be?


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