Geography Of Indiana
MUNSTER | Another south suburban Chicago business has crossed the state line, and moved into a former mattress factory just across the border.
A new leader will take the reins at the Northwest Indiana Forum, a privately funded economic development agency.
MERRILLVILLE | An information technology management firm has moved into the Purdue Technology Center of Northwest Indiana business incubator in Merrillville.
MERRILLVILLE | A grand jury indicted a former Merrillville town councilman on a charge of forgery.
MERRILLVILLE | A real estate and retail development and property management firm has hired a new chief financial officer, as it plans to move company leaders downtown Chicago.
GARY | A short video challenge for high school students has no less a lofty goal than inspiring the next Thomas Edison or Steve Jobs.
PORTAGE | Portage's "plowgate" controversy is raging on.
Jeff and Linda Hlista lived in a tri-level house in Oak Lawn up until a few years ago, when a property tax bill that was once $1,000 a year rose to a hefty $5,500.
Northwest Indiana grew at a slower pace than the state and nation last year, partly because of the heavy concentration in manufacturing.
Two small businesses from Northwest Indiana got statewide recognition for their entrepreneurial spirit and economic contributions.
GARY | The White House plans to announce an unprecedented level of federal support for the city of Gary later this week, Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson said.
A building supply company in Michigan City is expanding, and a mechanical contracting firm is adding a new Munster office.
GARY | The Steel City has an estimated 10,000 vacant homes, but the porch lights will soon come back on in a few of them.
MERRILLVILLE | Indiana Chamber of Commerce officials met with a Northwest Indiana business crowd Friday to tout progress made on a long-range economic development plan and to discuss next steps, including a legislative push to let employees factor smoking into hiring decisions and health ins…
1st Source Bank was founded in 1863 when the Civil War was raging.
A new owner has bought a large chunk of the former State Line Energy plant property in Hammond, including the historic Art Deco generating station where workers burned coal to produce electricity for more than eight decades.
VALPARAISO | People who want to eat fresh, locally grown produce might not have to head to a farmers market to see if anything strikes their fancy if an Indiana Department of Agriculture project comes to fruition.
PORTAGE | Shipments rose by 28 percent in August over last year at The Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor on the strength of increased fertilizer and steel traffic.
PORTAGE | Indiana's port authority has launched a few major construction projects at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor.
Swimsuit-clad Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders posed on a pristine Lake Michigan beach for their calendar this year, and local tourism officials are fuming they drove right past Indiana's 15 miles of shoreline.
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