Northwest Indiana Forum
PORTAGE │ Taxes, education, energy, environmental, government reform and labor policy were topics addressed by representatives of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce during a legislative preview for local business people and elected officials.
PORTAGE | Indiana Chamber of Commerce Kevin Brinegar will make a presentation on key topics from taxes and environmental policy to local government reform and economic development at 9:30 a.m. Friday at the Northwest Indiana Forum offices.
Economic developments in Northwest Indiana are paying off. The economy is, well, developing.
HOBART │ Manufacturing returning to the U.S., a housing and construction comeback and “getting junior out of the house” are some of the reasons the country is on an economic journey to normal, according to an industry expert.
MERRILLVILLE | Fifth Third Bank and the Northwest Indiana Forum have scheduled a Wednesday presentation about the current financial market and the journey to growth for the U.S. economy.
A state agricultural official will highlight opportunities and programs at an Oct. 15 lunch hosted by the Northwest Indiana Forum.
Years ago, Northwest Indiana residents could get out of high school and find work at a mill or on the factory floor.
What is the biggest deterrent to economic development in Northwest Indiana?
PORTAGE | The Northwest Indiana Forum, a private group composed of 130 local businesses in seven counties, and Conexus Indiana, Indiana’s statewide advanced manufacturing and logistics initiative, today announced the formation of the Northwest Regional Logistics Council.
VALPARAISO | Two former assistant principals at Valparaiso High School are among the six-pack of candidates seeking to be appointed to the school board position now held by Mark Maassel.
A Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission committee has narrowed offers for a NIRPC headquarters location to just three, including its current building at 6100 Southport Road in Portage.
A panel of economists will deliver their latest update on the health of Northwest Indiana's economy on April 29 at Harre Union at Valparaiso University.
INDIANAPOLIS | The state's new economic development officials believe Northwest Indiana is perfectly situated to attract jobs and investment, so long as region leaders work together to tell its story.
It’s people who make Northwest Indiana special.
Stephen Key, left, executive director of the Hoosier State Press Association, chats with Times Publisher Bill Masterson Jr. during a reception Thursday in Dyer. Masterson was honored at the reception sponsored by the Northwest Indiana Forum for being named Publisher of the Year by Editor &am…
PORTAGE | The Northwest Indiana Forum will host Tom Guevara, assistant secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration for a special discussion geared to business/industry leaders and elected officials.
Local economic developers say they are working with up to 10 companies that may open or expand operations in Northwest Indiana, with jobs announcements expected sooner rather than later.
PORTAGE | If the Democratic candidate for Indiana governor were in any higher spirits about Northwest Indiana's economic future, he would be working for the Northwest Indiana Forum.
Two organizations have differing views of the state's decision to sue the Environmental Protection Agency regarding ozone nonattainment designations of Lake and Porter counties.
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