The Urban League of NWI Young Professionals is offering people a crash course in how to sell an idea, a business or themselves in 30 seconds.
Saundra Taylor considers herself a people person and always thought during her 34 years at NIPSCO she knew how to communicate with superiors.
NIPSCO customers can look forward to paying the same base rate for natural gas through 2020, after the utility reached an agreement with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission.
MERRILLVILLE | Meals on Wheels of Northwest Indiana vans were recent the cleanest in town thanks to NIPSCO and NiSource employees.
MERRILLVILLE | Northwest Indiana's economy has grown to $34 billion today from $29 billion in 2009, but the rising tide is not lifting the boats of workers without enough skills or education.
NiSource Inc. has issued its 2012 Sustainability Report, tracking the company's progress in meeting goals dealing with the environment, customers, employees and shareholders.
In the early 1970s, a rumor was going around that Gary wanted to annex part of unincorporated Merrillville. The citizens wanted to remain a small town, so they called all of the homeowner associations and businesses to meet at Harrison Junior High School. At the meeting they came to a consen…
NIPSCO was cited for pipeline safety violations after utility workers repeatedly damaged lines they should have first located.
NIPSCO has filed plans for a $1 billion electric system modernization with state regulators, a move that could lead to 1 percent annual electric bill hikes for customers later this decade.
The Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority has appointed Carrie Hightman, executive vice president and chief legal officer of Merrillville-based NiSource Inc., as the new chair of the airport's ad hoc committee to explore a public-private partnership.
More than 30 NiSource and NIPSCO interns learned about building a career at the utility during an all-day information and training session Tuesday.
NiSource Inc. CEO Robert Skaggs told shareholders at the company's annual meeting Tuesday the company will continue with its infrastructure-based growth strategy and highlighted recent Indiana legislation that will help make that possible.
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.
NiSource Inc. has announced former Caterpillar Inc. executive Richard Thompson will become company chairman on May 14, succeeding Indiana business icon Ian Rolland, who is retiring.
Former NIPSCO CEO Jimmy Staton's pay almost doubled to $3.56 million in 2012, as he continued to earn rewards for reaching a landmark electric rate case settlement at the utility in late 2011.
On behalf of the more than 80,000 Hammond residents and businesses whose households are almost all NIPSCO ratepayers, I would like to voice my opposition to Indiana Senate Bill 560. It unfairly shifts the risk and burden of capital investment onto ratepayers instead of on monopoly utilities …
NiSource Inc., of Merrillville, is among 140 companies worldwide named this year to the Ethisphere Institute's "World's Most Ethical Companies" list.
NiSource Inc. CEO Robert Skaggs Jr. on Tuesday said he believes a bill that would allow utilities to adjust customer charges to pay for new wires and pipelines is "progressing rapidly" in the Indiana House.
Although New Year's usually means making a resolution to get fit, several companies in the region have already made it a priority to keep their employees healthy.
Customers enrolled in NIPSCO's Extra Service Protection plans will be getting their appliance protection and other services from a new company.
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