Innovation technology? Yes! Rust belt industry? No!
ArcelorMittal Flat Carbon USA announces the recent appointment of John D. Mengel to vice president and general manager at ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor and John J. Battisti to chief operating officer, Plate Operations.
There are good things happening in Northwest Indiana, some which are happening right here in Burns Harbor.
To stay competitive globally and to grow, the North American steel industry needs reasonable, streamlined and effectively enforced policies from the U.S. and Canadian governments, top steel executives said.
Students from Highland's Johnston Elementary School get their hands in the dirt Thursday as they help plant a garden.
Master gardener Joe Janostak, of Highland, helps Johnston Elementary second-grade students Michael Pottorf and Aidan Boyle, right, plant lettuce Thursday at the Highland school.
A key report on Northwest Indiana's economy Monday showed productivity is up, but not because more workers have been hired. In Northwest Indiana, at least, this seems to be the jobless recovery everyone has been worried about.
SOUTH HAVEN | South Haven Elementary School students got to dig into the dirt Tuesday afternoon.
EAST CHICAGO | ArcelorMittal Steel continues to press its patent rights in federal court over the use of its Usibor-AS aluminum silicon coated product.
A dispute over safety at ArcelorMittal's Burns Harbor mill has slowed production there, with some union workers refusing to work under what they claim are unsafe conditions.
MERRILLVILLE | The American Heart Association raised nearly $600,000 for cardiovascular research, education and advocacy at Saturday's Heart of Gold Gala, the group announced Tuesday.
As you have probably seen in the paper the past few weeks, the Tolleston project (which is remodeling the old Tolleston building into a new Boys & Girls Club) is well underway and should be open for business in October.
PORTAGE | Portage firefighters are working to make sure residents are protected by smoke detectors.
Hiring representatives from companies across the region gathered at Prairie State College Tuesday in search of prospective employees.
Andy Harshaw says steel companies need to promote a culture of continuous improvement. Focusing on the future and being able to foster innovation is critical to the industry’s survival, he believes.
EAST CHICAGO | Teamsters are expected to continue a third day of striking today against a trucking contractor after negotiators failed to reach an agreement Tuesday.
ArcelorMittal USA on Tuesday was named a Energy Star Partner of the Year for sustained excellence by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy.
ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor Plate Heat Treat Facility employees attend a news conference about the new production line for heat-treated products at the facility last spring. The steel mill is Burns Harbor's largest taxpayer.
Northwest Indiana industries continue to show strength and resilience, regardless of the challenges we face as individual companies or as one industrial region. Significant investments in current operations, expanded facilities and new incoming business announcements gave 2012 some of its gr…
Mike Rippey, president and CEO of ArcelorMittal USA, gives a presentation on trends in the economy affecting the steel industry during a Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce luncheon at Ameristar Casino in East Chicago in November.
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