Auburn

About a half hour north of Fort Wayne, Auburn made a name for itself as the birthplace of the famous Auburn, Cord and Duesenberg automobiles of the early 1900s.

Today it continues to be a hub of ingenuity and innovation in Indiana, boasting a community-owned electrical system that offers residents the lowest rates in the state.

NewsMercadito Taqueria fuses the traditional with modern Mexican.
NewsSpring Cycle is marketed as an all-ages event.
NewsWolf Corporation invites consumers to see their products at their showroom.
Feature StoryAnton People of NEi

#PeopleofNEI: Anton, enjoying Auburn's rebirth


NewsBurned-In Teacher helps educators be their best personally and professionally.
NewsHomes in Fort Wayne's West Central neighborhood have seen a surge in investment in recent years.

What does the hot real estate market mean for buyers and sellers?


NewsSouthwest Honey Co. co-founders Megan Ryan and Alex Cornwell
NewsThe mother-son duo of Jain Young, left, and Rowan Greene, right, are beind Plowshares Cooperative Food Hub.
Feature StoryKristin Giant

#PeopleofNEI: Kristin, investing with impact


NewsAuburn's Fresh Food Hub is bringing regionally grown, fresh food to rural residents.
NewsSherry, center, and Clydia, right, enjoy connecting with the Green Hair community.
Feature StoryA northeast Indiana sunset, like this one in Angola, inspired the regional brand for talent attraction.
NewsZookeeper Dave Messman

Cool Jobs: Meet a zookeeper at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo


NewsTrue Kimchi is a food startup founded by Samantha Yim.

True Kimchi: How a Korean staple is spicing up northeast Indiana


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