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The City revealed its plans for sidewalk and alley improvements for 2018 on Tuesday afternoon.

Fort Wayne's Yummi Bunni A Sweet Success

Sep 15, 2017
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The Yummi Bunni is the newest ice cream emporium to hit Fort Wayne, with a signature ice cream sandwich, or bun, that owner, Makenna Click, promises will be as creamy and delicious as it is beautiful. It must also be photo-worthy for social media, she adds.

University Of Saint Francis Launches Student-Run Record Label

Sep 13, 2017
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The University of Saint Francis announced the launch of its new student-run music label. The new music venture aims to give students a real life look at the music industry. 

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A new health care facility celebrated its grand opening on the west side of Fort Wayne with a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday afternoon.

Courtesy/Brewed IN the Fort

When "Brewed IN the Fort," Northeast Indiana's premier craft beer festival, served its 1st taste back in 1998, it featured a handful of local and regional brewers.

This fall, 89.1 WBOI is making some exciting changes to its weekend lineup! Here's what you need to know: 

89.1 WBOI's Warp Drive is Back!

Sep 8, 2017

89.1 WBOI is kicking off its 2017 fall warp drive. Not familiar with a warp drive? The idea is to raise as much money as fast as possible through online and mailed in pledges before the drive goes live on Thursday, September 28th. If we reach our fall fundraising goal of $225,000 before the 28th, there will be no on-air fund drive! All donations made now count towards the goal. 

During last spring's warp drive, over 1,400 listeners stepped up to support public radio and cut the drive short by three days! 

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A new housing complex is coming to the southeast side of Fort Wayne.

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A proposed ordinance to limit the business hours of Fort Wayne’s strip clubs was tabled on a 5-4 vote by City Council Tuesday Night.

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Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry and New Haven Mayor Terry McDonald announced Tuesday they will be taking on direct bridge repair and maintenance for their respective cities.