From the desk of your webmaster

Just a few notes from your webmaster.  You’ll be wanting to check the blog this week as I have several exciting - well, exciting to me anyways – posts planned.  Look for a special post about Headwaters Park, just in time for this weekend’s events.

You may have noticed that there are now some posts listed in the Archives dated between April and September of last year.  This blog did not begin until the end of last October.  However, I have decided to add posts from the RSS feeds that were a part of the website.  I feel these posts should be included in this blog as they have relevant information.  In addition, at some point, posts will be added from the Harrison Square time line, including information that hasn’t been published on the website to this point.

If you have a moment, I would really appreciate hearing from some of my readers.  What do you like about the website?  What would you like to see included?  If you have a constructive criticism, please feel free to e-mailthat to me as well.  If you would rather, take a moment and post your comments here.  You will need to register first if you haven’t already.  I apologize for that in advance, but I don’t like the idea of anonymous comments and this also helps to cut the spam comments down considerably.

Please keep in mind that the focus of the blog is some of the day-to-day things that go on around Fort Wayne, but in particular the downtown area.  Occasionally I do make it out of town.  For example, look for photos of the Bostick Road Bridge to be posted this coming week.  This bridge is scheduled for refurbishment and restoration by the County.

I think that’s all for now.  Everyone have a good week!


  1. Stephen, is my “go-to” site for beautiful photos of the city I love. The new blog is a nice touch and provides timely information. You’ve done a great job of archiving ongoing projects in real-time. Years from now, Fort Wayne enthusiasts will appreciate your present efforts, fondly remembering “back when…”

    Have you ever considered writing a book (wink, wink)?


  2. Hi Dave,

    Thanks for your comment! I am actually in the research and interview stage for a book concerning the Harrison Square project and the 10-15 years leading up to it. So, great minds…

    Thanks for your comments, I appreciate them!


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