The German and Irish immigrants who built the Wabash and Erie Canal in the 1830's founded cities and towns along the way.


The German and Irish immigrants who built the Wabash and Erie Canal in the 1830’s founded cities and towns along the way.

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Metal Miracle

They’re about the most graceful works of art humans produce, formed from flat sheets of metal hammered and bent and coaxed into shape.

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Classy Chassis

Angola, Indiana’s majestic Civil War monument has seen much in its hundred years of service. And now, it’s seen just about everything.

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Lost Angels

For more than a century Fort Wayne’s Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church has inspired the faithful, it’s majestic spire towering above the North Highlands neighborhood it serves.

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Biography of a Town

North Manchester, Indiana is a picturesque and prosperous town and those are not new developments. It’s always been that way.

Calm and Collecting

-“I keep it in the same place all the time so I know where it is,” says collector Ben Clark. 

Ship Shape

This is fort Wayne’s magnificent Karpeles Manuscript Museum but the name is misleading.

Sultans of Jazz

They were the Sultans of Jazz who propelled that uniquely American music to legendary heights, and garnering fans across the globe.

Unknown Soldiers

It was called ‘The Great War’ and ‘The War to End All Wars’.

The Least Among Us

They are the least among us, the homeless, the penniless, their worldly possessions contained in a garbage bag or shopping cart.

Home Sweet Home?

Main Street, Ligonier, Indiana, the most prestigious neighborhood in town where Ligonier’s movers and shakers flaunted their wealth through the grand homes they built.

Fixer Upper

Before it morphed into a bedroom community for fort Wayne Huntertown, Indiana was its own bustling center of commerce with banks, stores, churches and fine homes built by the towns movers and shakers.

Got Milk?

It was a mainstay of Huntington, Indiana’s south side for a hundred years, the Fulton Milk Company, buying raw milk from local farmers, processing and delivering it to customers doorsteps.

History Locked Up

There are few towns as historic as Warsaw, Indiana and fewer still as critical to modern life today.

Showers tonight, sunnier Tuesday

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So far the first few days of summer have looked and felt similar to the last few days of spring,

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