One Region One Vision
Don Babcock is NIPSCO's director of economic development.
3rd House District State Rep. Charlie Brown, D-Gary Represents: Gary (downtown and east side), Lake Station, New Chicago, Hobart Experience: State representative since 1982; health management consultant Committees: Public Health (ranking Democrat); Insurance; Government Reduction; Interstate…
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels spoke with attendees of the One Region luncheon on Thursday.
Gov. Mitch Daniels will speak in Northwest Indiana for the last time as governor at the Sept. 27 One Region awards and recognition luncheon at the Radisson Star Plaza in Merrillville.
Many people in Northwest Indiana make significant contributions to the enhancement of our quality of life, through volunteering, innovative ideas and financial donations. Yet, according to a recent study, Indiana residents ranked poorly when evaluated for their overall commitment to their co…
At the root of discussions on education reform is the nearly universal concern about the outcome: Will students emerge from high school ready for college or careers? A new Northwest Indiana initiative addresses that issue.
Pastor Steve Munsey speaks at the One Region, One Vision luncheon Sept. 10, 2010, at the Radisson Hotel.
GARY | The city’s parks got a little bit cleaner Wednesday thanks to the Northwest Indiana Green Vision Project, a partnership between The Times Media Co. and Lake County Juvenile Court Judge Mary Beth Bonaventura.
Dennis Rittenmeyer, former president of Calumet College of St. Joseph, has assumed the role of executive director of the newly formed One Region, One Vision for Northwest Indiana's Quality of Life.
Building an ever better Northwest Indiana is the aim of a merger of two regional civic organizations.
MERRILLVILLE | Local health officials are looking for cooperative ways to reduce preventable hospital re-admissions.
Ryan Richardson believes providing healthy, affordable food for a family is a matter of getting back to basics.
SCHERERVILLE | Linda Woloshansky, president and CEO of the Center of Workforce Innovations Inc., will speak about Ready NWI at the next Lake County Advancement Committee meeting, set for noon April 13 at Teibel's Restaurant, 1775 U.S. 41.
INDIANAPOLIS | Democrats and Republicans praised state Rep. Chet Dobis, D-Merrillville, as a master of the legislative process who "has more ways to get a bill through this House than I'll ever think of," in the words of state Rep. Ed Soliday, R-Valparaiso.
UNION TOWNSHIP | Despite its arterial highways and large housing developments like Shorewood Forest and Salt Creek Commons, it's still not that unusual to see rare birds in the skies and deer roaming through backyards in Union Township.
Around Porter County, a boom in the construction of new health care facilities continues, with two large facilities set to open.
KOUTS | The town put on a prettier face in 2011, and the makeover is expected to continue this year.
PINE TOWNSHIP | Situated at the doorstep to Mount Baldy, natural beauty abounds in rural Pine Township.
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