Social Innovation

NewsJust Neighbors Interfaith Homeless Network provides temporary housing for homeless families in Fort Wayne.
NewsKenesha Williams-Aro is the founder and owner of Imperial Business Management, which helps business owners with taxes, accounting, and payroll services.
Feature StoryFour couples in Fort Wayne were married in 1968; 50 years later, they’re still going strong.

In honor of Black History Month: 7 must-read stories in Fort Wayne's recent history


NewsGenesis Health Bar provides healthy food to the community as well as job training to people with disabilities.
NewsThe KC Streetcar drops off riders at the doorstep of downtown businesses.
NewsIndiana Tech launched a new tagline to better speak to all of its audiences.
NewsSari Bari helps women build new lives by making products from recycled saris.
Feature StoryResidents who have moved away from a city and then moved back are called "boomerangs."
NewsBuild Your Future Indiana is a partnership formed to address the talent shortage in the building trades.
NewsDr. Cosette Grant-Overton, right, is President/CEO of the Fort Wayne Urban League.
NewsLeaders from the local craft beer scene are forward-thinking in their approach to advance the industry as a whole.
NewsLearning comes alive through group projects which are cornerstones of the New Tech Network curriculum.

New Tech Academy is challenging the status quo in education


NewsThe Community Apple Orchard in Winona Lake provides residents with organic apples and cider.
NewsNorth Coast Organics provides alternatives to traditional personal care products on the market.
NewsProsperity Heights Southeast Fort Wayne

New developments build hope for 'posterity' in Southeast Fort Wayne


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

The Broadway corridor is becoming a 'destination' downtown