Renderings of the container bar provided by Wine Down Tasting and Tapas.

Photos: Wine Down’s container bar

The $85,000 project includes a 320 feet outdoor bar, indoor kitchen, bartending space and seating for up to 30 people along the outside counter.

In this photo provided by the U.S. Coast Guard, a U.S. Coast Guard landing barge, tightly packed with helmeted soldiers, approaches the shore at Normandy, France, during initial Allied landing operations, June 6, 1944. These barges ride back and forth across the English Channel, bringing wave after wave of reinforcement troops to the Allied beachheads. (AP Photo)

Photos: D-Day

A turning point for the Allies in World War II, known as D-Day, June 6, 1944.

A train derailed near Main Street in South Whitley. (Photo courtesy Mike Licata via Twitter)

Cleanup of the South Whitley train derailment

These photos capture crews cleaning up the wreckage the day after a train derailed in South Whitley, prompting several people near the tracks to be evacuated from their home.

One of ten benches designed by Fort Wayne artists to sit along one of the city’s three rivers. It’s part of a project between the Riverfront Fort Wayne and Artlink.

RiverFront artistic benches

Artists have transformed 10 Citilink benches that will be installed along the city’s RiverFront this summer. Check out these photos of some of the designs.

Mitchell's Sports Bar & Grill, which burned down in the Marketplace of Canterbury, has reopened in a new location in Westland Mall on the southwest corner of Getz Road and West Jefferson Boulevard.

Mitchell’s Sports Bar reopens in new location

Three years after a fire leveled the popular joint, it has reopened in a new location, with the same welcoming bar, pool tables and game room that once stood in the Marketplace of Canterbury. Take a look at these photos from the Westland Mall location.

The former home of marijuana kingpin Michael Fabini was put on the market by the U.S. Marshals Service.

TOUR | Drug kingpin’s Cherry Hill mansion

Take a look inside Michael Fabini’s home, which was raided when police investigated a marijuana trafficking operation. The mansion was recently put on the market for more than $600,000.