Waynedale

On the South Side of Fort Wayne, Waynedale is its own seemingly independent small town.

Driven by positive momentum and local pride, it's a thriving rural community, complete with a grocery store, gas stations, banks, a pharmacy, restaurants, and of course, familiar faces.

Feature Story Xeryus Johnson is a junior at Purdue University Fort Wayne where he’s studying political science.

Meet the 21-year-old Fort Wayne resident working to amplify Black voices in Indiana politics


News Esther Andrews, a Millennial fashion entrepreneur based in Fort Wayne, is the visionary behind Esther Andrews Bridal, a forthcoming line of sustainable winter knitwear for brides.
Feature Story The Purdue Fort Wayne Mastodon dons a mask during COVID-19.

Purdue Fort Wayne’s first Chief Diversity Officer seeks 'true equity'


Feature Story Fort Wayne artist Theoplis Smith III, the owner of Phresh Laundry, right, poses with Ohio Congresswoman Marcia Fudge.

Q&A with Fort Wayne artist Phresh Laundry on his work earning national attention and his future


Feature Story Ledford

A look back at 2020 in Northeast Indiana in words and images


Feature Story Doulas with Journey Birth and Wellness, serving immigrant and refugee populations in Fort Wayne. From left, row 2, are Lahmay Moo, Sue Heckley, Jaquanda Capers, Lucy Ortiz, Nina Bogle, Ja'Nisha Beal, and Shanna Bradley.
Feature Story David Perez De Leon shares the mission behind his quality-over-quantity home renovations at Leon Properties Enterprise.

Meet an immigrant entrepreneur revitalizing Fort Wayne’s neighborhoods—one home at a time


Feature Story Fort Wayne UNITED Director Iric Headley is one leaders behind Fort Wayne's United Front Initiative.

Details on a community-wide initiative underway to address racism in Fort Wayne


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