Welcome to The News-Sentinel's online edition of Focus. Our "Focus on the Community" special section is a in depth-look at the communities that make up Fort Wayne and northeast Indiana. Focus is printed in both The News-Sentinel and The Journal Gazette every June by Fort Wayne Newspapers, and every year is a different topic. For 2015, The News-Sentinel investigates community development and tourism. What do you want to know about the Fort Wayne and northeast Indiana community? LET'S PUT IT IN FOCUS!
- The Burmese community 23 years after the first refugees
- Islamic community expects growth and greater involvement within Greater Fort Wayne
- Huntertown pizza place has the family touch
- Woodburn anniversary starts with big bash
- Save-A-Lot and Grabill Country Sales offer bulk and hard-to-find items
- TinCaps, Komets, Mad Ants drawing crowds
- Getting better, not necessarily bigger, is the goal for children's zoo
- Grabill shows prospects for coming growth
- What does develop, attract and retain talent mean for Northeast Indiana?
- Small-town fire department protects big territory around Grabill
- Greater Fort Wayne Hispanic Chamber of Commerce helps cultivate community networking
- Dixie Boat still draws crowds after 86 years