First Midwest Bank
EAST CHICAGO | East Chicago Housing Authority residents took one big step closer to their goals last month when they successfully completed the seven-week DYPEC 2013: Happy Homes Program, where they learned more effective parenting, financial and home management skills and methods to counter…
First Midwest Bancorp, the holding company of First Midwest Bank, has announced a dividend of 7 cents per share for the third quarter.
First Midwest Bancorp Inc., the parent company of First Midwest Bank, reported an 80 percent increase in net income last quarter after seeing its loan business pick up and selling off an ownership stake during a company's initial public offering.
SCHERERVILLE │ Local organizations wanting to help individuals enhance their financial skills and create positive banking relationships attended a free “Train the Trainer” workshop Thursday at Northwest Indiana Community Action.
SCHERERVILLE | For more than six decades Campagna Academy, a nonprofit social service agency, has provided help and hope to troubled youth and their families in Northwest Indiana.
HAMMOND | Books, Brushes & Bands for Education and First Midwest Bank have partnered to bring Book Brigade: A call to Action book drive to all Northwest Indiana First Midwest Bank locations.
HAMMOND | Books, Brushes & Bands for Education and First Midwest Bank have partnered to bring Book Brigade: A Call to Action, a book drive, to all Northwest Indiana First Midwest Bank locations.
Ricky Paz, 11, right, and brother Tony, 8, cast their ballots Saturday for the People's Choice Award at the 15th annual Car & Cycle Show in Munster.
Mark Dalla Costa, right, and Lucas Dalla Costa take 3-year-old Oscar Dalla Costa's photo Saturday in front of a 2003 Ferrari 360 Medina at the 15th annual Car & Cycle Show in Munster.
Michelle Lecyk, left, watches her daughter Monica capture a photograph of a 1953 Jaguar XK120 SE owned by Laura and Doug Stuart. The Jaguar has all of its original parts, including white wall tires and side mirrors mounted near the front of the car’s fenders.
MUNSTER | Thousands of car lovers descended on Community Park on Saturday for the 15th annual Car & Cycle Show.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County treasurer said about 1,000 customers of First Midwest Bank shouldn't pay property tax bills they are receiving.
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.
HIGHLAND | Highland resident Alicia Pantoja was among a group of First Midwest Bancorp employees selected to celebrate the bank’s 30th anniversary by participating in the Nasdaq stock market opening ceremony Monday in New York.
CROWN POINT | Lake County Sheriff John Buncich said Monday an intense 72-hour investigation led to the capture of a Gary man and an Crown Point-area woman being charged with robbing a Winfield bank this weekend.
HAMMOND | Continuing their commitment to education, the Hammond Hurricanes recently sponsored a financial literacy seminar for youths 14 to 17.
MERRILLVILLE | A masked man carjacked a Schererville couple just before 4 p.m. Saturday at a park on 73rd Avenue in Merrillville and robbed a nearby bank, police said.
First Midwest Bank said Friday it acquired the loans and deposits of Waukegan Savings Bank.
MUNSTER | Today, ladies who lunch might more aptly be called ladies who launch, to borrow the title of the bestselling book by Victoria Colligan, Beth Schoenfeldt and Amy Swift about women entrepreneurs and how to become one.
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