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FWA breaks ground on $47M improvement project

Fort Wayne International Airport has broken ground on Project Gateway’s $47 million West Terminal Expansion and Rehabilitation with a groundbreaking ceremony at the airport terminal.

Parkview: Roadmap to a Healthy Reopening

Local leaders are offering a webinar with guidance for the general public through Parkview Health.

Services/resources available to businesses during COVID-19 pandemic

Government and business leaders today highlighted services and resources that are available to assist large and small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

GFW COVID-19 information

Greater Fort Wayne (GFW) Inc. is providing a one-stop information hub specifically for Allen County business leaders.

Coronavirus Pandemic on PBS 39

PBS Fort Wayne presents a collection of programs and resources with timely and relevant information on the spread of the coronavirus.

Allen County attracts talent and jobs

In 2019, Allen County continued its progress as one of America's up-and-coming mid-sized communities by setting new records for building construction and attracting and retaining talent, and welcoming several new quality-of-place projects.

Allen County posts best domestic migration number yet

In 2018, Allen County added a net 691 new residents via domestic migration, according to statistics released by the U.S. Census Bureau which is Athe county's best single-year total since the Census Bureau began tracking net domestic migration in 1991.

Urbahns named next Greater Fort Wayne CEO

The Greater Fort Wayne Inc. board of directors has selected John Urbahns to become the organization's next chief executive officer.

Study confirms Electric Works potential

An independent market analysis confirms that Electric Works can help accelerate Northeast Indiana's economic momentum, with the unique reuse of a historic landmark helping to transform the local economy by attracting 21st-century jobs and talent to Allen County.
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Community leaders get inside look at schools

Local leaders have an opportunity to learn about the educational programs offered at FWCS during the third annual Seeing is Believing Tour Wednesday, April 13.