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Electric Works phase 2 renderings

Kevan Biggs with RTM Ventures, LLC. has provided us with a rendering of the second phase of the Electric Works project along Broadway, as presented in last evening's Plan Commission meeting.

$92 Million in City Utility improvements

Mayor Tom Henry joined neighborhood leaders, City Council members, and City Utilities to reveal more than $90 million investment in 2021 City Utility improvements.
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2020: Fort Wayne City Utilities year in photos

The Fort Wayne City Utilities year in photos for 2020.
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Fort Wayne City Utility upgrades continue in 2021

In 2020, City Utility upgrades moved forward with more than $100M in water, sanitary, and storm improvements in more than 90 neighborhoods.
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Buyers wanted for West Central homes

The City's Office of Housing and Neighborhood Services (OHNS) is seeking residents interested in buying a home in the West Central Neighborhood.
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ACRES receives surprise $1 million from local nature lover Robert Pence

An unexpected bequest from photographer Robert E. Pence will enable ACRES Land Trust to maintain its 5,700 acres forever.
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ARCH Annual Fright Site Hikes & Haunted Bus Tours

As Halloween approaches, it is again time for ARCH's Fright Site Hikes & Haunted Bus tours.
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ARCH haunted sites bus tours

Three spooky bus tours whisk you away to historic sites full of frightening delight.
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From blight to beautiful: 800 block of West Washington transformed

Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry joined Belay Corporation officials today in opening the doors to two new and one rehabbed home in the 800 block of West Washington Boulevard.
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“Revealing Our Rivers” initiative postponed until May 4th

Due to high water conditions, the "Revealing Our Rivers" Initiative scheduled for Saturday, April 20 will be held on Saturday, May 4, 8 am - noon.