A significant milestone in the revitalization of the southeast side of Fort Wayne was celebrated with the grand opening of the Pontiac Street Market on November 6, 2023. Located at 918 E. Pontiac St., this full-service grocery store aims to provide fresh, healthy, and affordable food to the residents of a historically underserved area. Economic […]
Rep. Harris on leading the Black caucus, 21st Century Scholars expansion plans The Indiana Black Legislative Caucus will hold a six-part town hall series in municipalities across the state; the group announced Friday (Muniz, Indiana Capital Chronicle). It billed the events as opportunities for Hoosiers to learn more about legislation passed in the most recent session, […]
The grocery is the first phase from HANDS (Hope Arts Networking Diversity Service), a group of community investors (including Simmons), that will be bringing back a restaurant (but organic and healthy) and a salon in its subsequent phases.
The COVID-19 year has tested the four regional Chambers of Commerce and reinforced guiding principles inherent to their missions. The unique characteristic that bridges the four regional Chambers of Commerce (the Fort Wayne Black Chamber of Commerce, Greater Fort Wayne Inc., the Greater Fort Wayne Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and the Regional Chamber of Northeast […]
Demographic representation improved locally with the election of three African Americans, including two women, to the Fort Wayne City Council. But, participants in panel discussion at a Founders Spark Power Circle celebration said the city remains far from approaching what it could achieve by improving inclusiveness.
As for the real estate, Linda Golden (Legacy One) does residential and commercial brokering. Closing on a residential sale usually within 30 days.
Wendy Moyle and John Dortch were named the inaugural winners of the Greater Fort Wayne Inc. Women’s Network Champions of Change Awards. The awards, which aim to celebrate those who mentor and empower women in Allen County, were announced at a luncheon Wednesday at The Charles Fort Wayne.
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