New Haven-based Do It Best Corp. has announced plans to relocate its corporate headquarters to the Electric Works mixed-use innovation district in downtown Fort Wayne.
The new programs will include offerings for people with physical, developmental, intellectual and visual disabilities.
The development team behind the Electric Works mixed-use innovation district in downtown Fort Wayne are set for a major announcement Thursday afternoon.
Fort Wayne’s Redevelopment Commission Monday has given The TinCaps the green light to expand the protective netting at Parkview Field in Allen County. Plans call for increased protection for all seating areas in foul territory at the baseball diamond.
Purdue University Fort Wayne and Ivy Tech Fort Wayne have worked together to establish the Titan to Mastodon Connection, a new dual-enrollment program.
Michigan-based Genova Products Inc. is closing two facilities in Indiana. The plumbing supply company is terminating all of its employees at the two plants in what it expects to be a permanent closure, affecting 116 jobs at its Fort Wayne location and 89 in Rensselaer.
The developers of the $440 million Electric Works mixed-use innovation district in Fort Wayne are again seeking more time to secure financing.
Cleveland-based fiber network Everstream is investing more than $250 million this year as part of a growth strategy designed to boost its presence in the Midwest. As part of the plan, the company aims to open a local office in Fort Wayne and bring its services to the Allen County market.
Students earning an associate of applied science degree from Washtenaw Community College in Michigan can now transfer those credits toward a bachelor of applied science degree from Purdue Fort Wayne. The new agreement aims to help students continue their education while streamlining the transfer process.
The AWS Foundation has opened a new office building on the west side of Fort Wayne. The foundation invested nearly $3 million into the new 7,800 square foot facility.