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The winner of the recent SOUP event is TK Kelly for his plan to build Fort Wayne’s first ever Food Truck Park. Kelly has over 25 years of experience as a professional in the food industry. He has transformed culinary cultures in Seattle, Memphis, Los Angeles, Columbia, South Carolina, Nashvi…

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Operated by volunteers associated with Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana, the YLNI Farmers Market is returning to Barr Street. The market will be open 9 a.m.-1 p.m. every Saturday, beginning May 1, and will run through the end of September 2021.

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INDIANAPOLIS - Gov. Eric J. Holcomb on April 7 announced a significant expansion of the Indiana Small Business Restart Grant that will add $60 million to the program, tripling the total allocation, and allow small businesses to seek reimbursement for eligible expenses incurred between March …

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Dozens of representatives of Northeast Indiana's manufacturers attended the first Northeast Indiana Manufacturing Awards on Oct. 27 at Ramada Plaza, Fort Wayne. The breakfast event was co-hosted by KPC Media, publisher of the Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly, and the Regional Chamber of No…

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NEW HAVEN — So, you say you want to be in the food truck business? Contact New Haven resident Rachel Nally. She can give you a litany of trials, tribulations, frustrations, setbacks and disappointments that she overcame with the help of her neighborhood friends before getting her health depa…

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August 20, 2020 - There’s been a trend of businesses closing over the past several months, but some new owners are managing to establish themselves in Fort Wayne, despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on the economy.

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Even while closed for the pandemic, the marquee at the Brokaw Movie House stayed lit in downtown Angola. 

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The Brokaw Movie House logo is featured in new columns that grace the center dividing wall between the two theaters after restoration work in 2018. The 1931 facility has new owners.