Editor's Note: This is part one of a two-part series on the Steelworker for the Future program.
Students often overlook manufacturing as a career path, but Manufacturing Day hopes to make them more aware of the option.
ArcelorMittal has proven there's more than one way to put a pickup truck on a diet.
As automakers look at systems that can robotically pilot a car, and Chicago launches digital manufacturing, it may seem silly to ask where the next generation of pioneers will come from.
EAST CHICAGO | Work done in the region is having a global impact.
Officials and visitors to the ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor plant were invited to the unveiling Tuesday of the new South Shore poster by artist Mitch Markovitz that features the Burns Harbor plant.
Artist Mitch Markovitz, center, joins over 50 visitors, employees and officials Tuesday at the ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor for an unveiling of his newest South Shore poster featuring the ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor plant. The poster is the second one create of the plant, an was unveiled to com…
John Mengel, vice president and general manage, AcrceloMittal Burns Harbor, left, and Pete Trinidad, vice president, United Steeklworkers Local 7687, unveil a new South Shore poster Tuesday that features the Burns Harbor fiacility. The poster is the second South Shore poster of the plant, an…
HAMMOND | A Hammond-based steel service center won a major national award, and a few other steel companies with local ties also picked up top honors.
HAMMOND | A union grievance officer is claiming he was discriminated against while employed at the ArcelorMittal's Indiana Harbor West facility.
Recent reports addressing the decline in steel jobs in Northwest Indiana fail to paint a complete picture. What’s missing in discussions of the need for a new economic path is that the steel industry — and ArcelorMittal in particular — is taking the necessary actions to improve our competiti…
The biggest blast furnace in the Western Hemisphere is coming back online after a lengthy outage this summer.
The numbers show a staggering decline, especially for longtime region residents who remember when steel was king in Northwest Indiana.
PORTAGE | Portage Township Schools recently received two grants totaling $13,500 from ArcelorMittal.
CHESTERTON | A substantial grant by ArcelorMittal, the world’s leading steel and mining company, which has a significant presence in Northwest Indiana, has the potential to change lives and landscapes across the region.
GARY | A blast furnace at the nation's largest steel mill is back online after repairs were made.
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
The Inclusion Initiative: The Times Media Company's 7th Annual Diversity Job Fair and Business Symposium
The Times Media Company’s annual Diversity Job Fair and Business Symposium celebrates its seventh year of highlighting diversity awareness and the network of resources available in the Calumet and Northwest Indiana region. The event this year takes place at Avalon Manor in Merrillville on June 25.
Generations of Northwest Indiana families built their lives around the many jobs that major industries brought to this area more than 100 years ago. The adjacency to the Great Lakes created a transportation hub not only at manufacturing centers in Hammond, East Chicago and Portage, but also …
ArcelorMittal will spend $90 million to settle a price-fixing lawsuit that alleged U.S. steelmakers violated federal antitrust laws.
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