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Feature StoryPeople of NEI Richy Aung breakdance

#PeopleofNEI: Aung and Richy, breakdancers and entrepreneurs


NewsProsperity Heights Southeast Fort Wayne

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


Feature StoryKimora Lane, left, and Marie Sims, right, own KiMarie’s Kreations & Katering.

A creative catering business is seeking a downtown storefront


Feature StoryTyler Wabash People of NEI

#PeopleofNEI: Tyler, a Wabash ambassador


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 StoryFort Wayne's active transportation network has 10 miles of bike lanes.

Why did you move to Fort Wayne? Transplants fill us in


NewsA view of the neighborhoods surrounding Building 26 of the Electric Works campus.

Could Electric Works bring neighbors closer together?


NewsArtlink is currently home to creative spaces for artists to work and collaborate.

What's next for northeast Indiana's creative economy?


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

Student businesses build on LaGrange County's success


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 StoryMcKinney creative agency was one of the early investors in the American Tobacco campus.

Why my company moved to the American Tobacco campus


Feature StoryThe GFW Fellows program attracts college students from across the country to intern in Fort Wayne.
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
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 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?


Special ReportImmigrant Chart growth economic effects