Jasper County Indiana
Looking over the roster and the resumes of the mid-career success stories that have caught our attention this year, there are some common denominators that stand out in my mind. Whether the names are familiar is not as important as the fact that these are people who have changed the game and…
Experience, knowledge and skills are a necessary basis for high achievement, but as any Times Business and Industry Hall of Fame winner will tell you, navigation is a priority even for those who are at the top of the game.
A Northwest Indiana economic development agency won a national accolade for its efforts to draw more businesses to the region.
The Affordable Healthcare Act has dominated the news in Northwest Indiana – and everywhere else in the country – but there has been little substantive change so far. That may change in the coming year. While Indiana and many of its lawmakers stand against the expansion of Medicaid, many busi…
HOBART | Communities in the Calumet Region need to take a more regional approach when it comes to attracting commerce or visitors, Speros Batistatos said.
The Jasper County Sheriff's office is alerting residents in the DeMotte and Roselawn area of recent thefts of home central air conditioning units.
RENSSELAER | Events surrounding the May 22 fiery crash that killed two teens were termed a "tragedy of mistakes" by Jasper Circuit Court Judge John Potter.
RENSSELAER | A DeMotte man who on Dec. 3 pleaded guilty to drinking and driving in a crash that killed two teens, heads back to court this week.
RENSSELAER | The DeMotte man accused of driving drunk in a May 22 crash that killed two of his passengers goes back to court today.
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