Wabash

About an hour southwest of Fort Wayne, Wabash is a high-achieving arts community with strong local spirit and Wabash will.

Known for being the first electrically lighted city in the world, this innovative, close knit community packs small town charm where residents actively invest and shape their city's future.

Feature Story Employees Fred Billingsley, Wiredrawer, left, gives feedback to Clifford Griffith, Engineer Tech in order to improve work at Fort Wayne Metals on Ardmore Ave. on September 27, 2021.
Feature Story Zaeden climbs on the playground during a 30 minute play time outside during Miss Nielson's 3-5 year old class at Children's Village, 6613 S. Anthony.
Feature Story A new program called Double Up Indiana helps low-income families double their buying power on fruits and vegetables at participating retailers. 
Feature Story Fresh produce is displayed at the Berry Hill Farm table during the Fort Wayne's Farmers Market at McCulloch Park on Saturday June 19, 2021.
Feature Story Musicians from around the world participate in the 2021 Resonance program of the Honeywell Arts Academy at the Eagles Theatre in Wabash.
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Feature Story Fort Wayne women celebrate the launch of the Community Foundation's Women's Fund of Greater Fort Wayne.

Getting to know the Women’s Fund of Greater Fort Wayne


Feature Story The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the value of small, intimate weddings.