And now a sweet surprise for this week's Locally Made Monday. Bryan, Ohio is home to one of the world's largest candy companies. You've probably eaten a Dum Dum's sucker- they've been made by the Spangler Candy Company for over sixty years. It’s this week's Locally Made Monday report.
For years the Allen County Juvenile Detention Center used it for rehabilitation therapy. Now that it's in the hands of the Allen County Parks, the Deer Run Wilderness Area is helping kids with developmental disorders. It’s this week’s Locally Made Monday.
For over a hundred years it served as a church build for congregations in Bryan, Ohio. Today, it has been converted to a banquet hall, high-end restaurant and do-it-yourself brew house.
Our region of northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio is known for the products and goods it produces locally. One thing you might not have known is our region is steeped in local talent.
Each week on Locally Made Monday we get a look inside a company or business making products right here. Tonight, we mix that with a bit of unique art.
They say it's the clothes that make the man. Tonight, we take a look at the man making the clothes. Anton Babich is putting his spin on fashion from right here in Fort Wayne.
Imagine eating a caramel-filled chocolate Han Solo called a 'Han Rolo.' Fort Wayne-based Sweets So Geek is making chocolates and other goods with a sci-fi or comics theme. It’s this week's Locally Made Monday report.
A few weeks ago, the Summit City hosted the Apple Seed Comic Con- a gathering of local and national comic book artists. Tonight on Locally Made Monday, WFFT is highlighting three of our local talents who are bringing art to life.
Indiana might not be the first state you think of for wine production, but a new local winery is hoping to change that. And the wines they produce are unlike any you've ever heard of before. Two EE’s winery is this week’s Locally Made Monday.
The craft beer market is seeing a boom across the country. In the past year, micro-breweries have begun popping up in our region. On this week’s Locally Made Monday, WFFT takes a look at one making its mark in northeast Indiana.
Here's a story about a glass company from right here in Fremont. You might not have heard of them, but it's likely you've seen their windows in yours or a friend's home. Cardinal IG is this week's Locally Made Monday report.
This week on Locally Made Monday- we have two companies who are working together as one providing windows and doors for the region. Home Guard Industries makes the windows in Grabill, and sells them inside the Windows, Doors and More show room in Fort Wayne. They are this week's Locally Made Monday.
Imagine working for a company creating special projects for our own military and government. Sky Sight Technologies is doing that right here in Fort Wayne, and they're making some pretty cool stuff.
It turns out that for many of you... Those seats inside your car may have been made right here in northwest Ohio. And they're making thousands every day out in Paulding. It’s this week’s Locally Made Monday report.
We've covered a lot of local businesses here on our weekly Locally Made Monday report- businesses that are specializing in products made right here. Tonight, WFFT headed out to Paulding, where Insource Technologies is doing things a little differently.
It's Monday, and tonight we're taking a look at a local business who is helping people around the region remember their loved ones. Go into any cemetery in our region and you're all but certain to find a headstone or memorial made by Birkmeier and Sons Monument in Fort Wayne. They've been doing it for over a hundred and thirty years.
A lot of specialty jewelers call our region home. They can even make a special piece just for you- all made right here in the region. It’s this week's Locally Made Monday.
Every car on the road today has safety measures and parts installed in them to keep you and your family safe. Many of the parts used to test car safety are built right here in northeast Indiana. It’s this week's Locally Made Monday report.
Northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio is known for its landscape companies. However, most specialize in seasonal work. We found a local company that does it all, all year round. It’s this week’s Locally Made Monday.
Many of the molded plastic pieces you might see in placed like your car, or your home, were likely made right here in northeast Indiana. Fort Wayne's Accutech mold and machine is making thousands of parts here and shipping them across the planet.
For the past year, we've been bringing you stories about local businesses in our region on our Locally Made Monday segment. This week, we're revisiting one of those businesses. Since it was featured, sales have increased so much, it's grown from the web- to a physical store.
This week on Locally Made Monday, we have a company that is local from the floor to the ceiling. The Jack Laurie Group has been in business since the 1950s. It’s this week's Locally Made Monday report.
This week on Locally Made Monday, we're ready to have a party. That's because on tonight's report we found a local party store who supplies more celebratory goods than anyone else in the world.
For nearly fifteen years, a Fort Wayne delivery company has changed the courier business in northeast Indiana. It started out as a moving company- and today, Crossroads Courier has grown into a local option for commercial and industrial shipping. It’s this week's Locally Made Monday.
Now here's a bright idea. Berne, Indiana, is known for its furniture and home accessories. One company in the area is lighting the way for home furnishings. WFFT has this week's Locally Made Monday.
We've introduced you to a lot of traditional businesses in our region here on Locally Made Monday. This week, we're doing something different. A new web site is serving as the region's hub for finding locally-sourced food.
We've looked at a few print shops around the region. Tonight on Locally Made Monday, we take a look at what happens to those printed materials as they are prepped for shipment.
A Fort Wayne eatery has been around for over thirty years. Nearly everything is made from local sources, and it even features local recipes submitted by some of you.
What little girl doesn't want to be a princess? A new Fort Wayne business is trying to make that dream come true. Sew Pinky makes princess wear for girls, and it's all done locally. It’s this week's edition of Locally Made Monday.
There is a new company that is looking to change the way you look at greeting cards- and how you send them. In fact, the cards are designed to be reusable. Full Frame is this week's Locally Made Monday.
Normally on Locally Made Monday, we feature local companies who send their products across the world. Today, we have a local store in Fort Wayne that's bringing world-wide products here.
Many of the signs you see every day in buildings across the region- inside city halls, the library, even those signs on bathroom doors- come from right here in Fort Wayne. It’s this week's edition of Locally Made Monday.
Many people have old t-shirts lying around or other pieces of clothing that are difficult to get rid of. This week on Locally Made Monday, a Fort Wayne business can take those old clothes and turn them into something new.
If you love popcorn- there's only so much jiffy pop you can have before you're sick of it. But if you're seeking some of that big-city fancy style corn, you don't have to leave the area. WFFT shows you how in this week's Locally Made Monday.
In many communities, it doesn't get more local than your local farmer's market. And here in Fort Wayne winter weather isn't stopping the downtown market. In fact, it's moved indoors for the season. We’re taking a look in this week's Locally Made Monday.
Sometimes it can take a business years to grow like a tree. WFFT’s Andrew Logsdon found a local business that is seeing it's growth- when those trees fall down. A local furniture artist uses fallen or reclaimed trees to make high-end tables and chairs in her studio. It's this week's edition of Locally Made Monday.
When it comes to jewelry, many people want that personal touch. In this week's edition of Locally Made Monday, WFFT’s Andrew Logsdon found a real diamond in the rough. It’s this week's Locally Made Monday.
Northeast Indiana is known for its vehicle manufacturing. One local company is producing hundreds of thousands of vehicles- toy vehicles, that is. The Fort Wayne manufacturing plant for Peg Perego builds children's riding vehicles for all of North America. WFFT’s Andrew Logsdon has more in this week's Locally Made Monday.
Northeast Indiana is known for its designer bags. But here's a company right in our backyard that is stitching its way into the children's clothing market. It’s this week's Locally Made Monday report.
What turned out to be a bright idea over sixty years ago is spreading its light across the world- all from its headquarters in Garrett, Indiana. WFFT’s Andrew Logsdon has this week's Locally Made Monday report.
You might remember all those big, thick textbooks you used back in college. Chances are, some of them were printed right here in northeast Indiana. It’s this week’s episode of Locally Made Monday.
Tonight on Locally Made Monday- we get a glimpse inside a company that is the epitome of local. 80/20 in Columbia City started over twenty-years ago as a product of the Fort Wayne Enterprise Center- And today sends its products all over the world. WFFT’s Andrew Logsdon has this week's Locally Made Monday.
A Noble County swine farm has a snout for business in an unconventional way. It's following the genes of its pigs, and using them for selective breeding to create the best swine possible for people around the world. It’s this week's edition of Locally Made Monday.
Over the past thirteen years, the music recording studio Digitracks has helped local musicians realize their dreams in recording their own albums. They're taking local talent- and spreading their work throughout the nation. WFFT’s Andrew Logsdon popped in this week while Dan Middleton and his crew were putting the final touches on an album from a local country band.
Crocheting and knitting is known as a crafty business. But for Annie's Publishing down in Berne, they've sewn up the right stitch for success- here, and across the country. It’s this week's edition of Locally Made Monday.
It's Monday night, and that means we're taking a closer look at some of our local businesses. In tonight's Locally Made Monday segment- WFFT’s Andrew Logsdon shows us how a small computer shop in north Fort Wayne is taking things to a personal level for its customers- and they say it's something the big stores can't do.
Anyone can print things at home off the computer. But we found a Fort Wayne print shop that is doing things the old fashioned way. WFFT’s Andrew Logsdon has this week's episode of Locally Made Monday.
You know all those political signs you see every year around Fort Wayne? Nearly all of them are made by the same local company. The business also makes much of the signage you see in stores across the country. We have more on this week's Locally Made Monday.
'Our Sunday Visitor' began publishing books and newspapers in the early 1900s. Over one hundred years later, the company, which was founded in Huntington, has grown to become the nation's largest Catholic publisher. It’s this week's Locally Made Monday.
It's in the treadmill plastic you're sweating on at the gym- and it's inside the plastic tubing inside your office's beverage machine. It's a permanent anti-microbial coating- it's reducing your risk of infections- and one local producer, Polyfusion, makes it for plastic companies across the globe. WFFT’s Andrew Logsdon has this week's Locally Made Monday report.