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.

News The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing many Northeast Indiana employees to work remote.
News After moving to the U.S. with her husband, Yan Wall, right, launched a business in Fort Wayne.
Feature Story Theoplis Smith III will take the stage at CreativeMornings Fort Wayne in March to speak on "identity."
News AVOW was started in Fort Wayne by a group of women, including Rachel Tobin-Smith, Marilyn Moran-Townsend, Patti Hays, and Faith Van Gilder.
Feature Story Julia Meek is a local legend when it comes to the Fort Wayne arts scene.

Sharing her passion: Meet the voice of Fort Wayne's arts scene


News RIDME is a Fort Wayne-based app that helps users assess their outfit decisions.
News Dancer's book, "Day in, Day Out," is available for purchase on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
News The Fort Wayne Philharmonic’s Principal Oboist, Orion Rapp.
News The Workbench's Founder and CEO Jon Rehwaldt
Feature Story CO Impact Days functions as a farmers market of sorts for nonprofit and for-profit ventures to sell their ideas to investors.
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