Obama's health law finally gets real for America
Now is when Americans start figuring out that President Barack Obama's health care law goes beyond political talk, and really does affect them and people they know. With a cranky federal website complicating access to new coverage and some consumers being notified their existing plans are going away, the potential for winners and losers is creating anxiety and confusion.
Dyer hospital undergoing $10.2M renovation
Franciscan St. Margaret Health hospital in Dyer is undergoing a multimillion dollar renovation, hospital officials announced Monday. The $10.2 million project, which started at the end of October, will expand the capabilities of its emergency, laboratory and surgical departments.
Blue Top Drive-In won't cruise off into sunset, after all
Highland's landmark Blue Top Drive-In could have gone from a brightly lit beacon for classic muscle cars to a place to rinse off the family sedan while ticking off the weekend errands.
Indiana appeals court rejects Beta Steel ownership claim
The Indiana Court of Appeals has rejected a partial ownership claim for a Portage steel mill made by a son of the late Greek entrepreneur who founded Beta Steel.
An Athens court determined in 2009 that Beta Steel owner Panayiotis Angelopoulos gave the Portage mill and Alpha Steel, based in England, to his son, Theodore Angelopoulos, prior to Panayiotis' death in 2001. The ruling was affirmed by the Greek Court of Appeals in 2011.
The Times hires new vice president of sales
A news industry veteran with widespread experience in print and new media has been hired to lead advertising and digital sales efforts at The Times Media Co.
New plan to drive state's automotive strategy
The Indiana Automotive Council has drafted a three-year strategic plan that's aimed at making the state's auto manufacturers and suppliers more globally competitive, in order to spark more jobs and investment.