HAMMOND | Hammond is seeking developers for Oxbow Landing, an area city officials hope turns into a premier commercial and retail area.
HAMMOND | A Hammond City councilman has expressed dismay about the possibility of the Walmart on 165th Street closing for a larger store to open at the Cabela's site.
HAMMOND | A decrease in funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is causing Hammond to end or evaluate some programs backed by those dollars.
HAMMOND | Nurturing the next generation of small businesses often takes a partnership and a safe haven where fledgling companies can develop both wings and roots.
HAMMOND | United Neighborhoods Inc., a nonprofit aimed at addressing housing needs in the city, is under new leadership and hoping to carve out a niche for itself.
HAMMOND | A restaurant and a company interested in purchasing the Harris Bank building on Hohman Avenue are talking with the city to move to downtown Hammond, a city official said.
HAMMOND | A Subway sandwich shop is moving into the new Woodmar Mall development.
HAMMOND | Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. stood Tuesday on the former site of the Goldblatt's Department Store to celebrate a project city officials said is key in the redevelopment of downtown.
HAMMOND | The city is planning to buy the Manta building in downtown Hammond.
HAMMOND | The developer of the Woodmar Mall project appears close to meeting a critical deadline with the city, according to Department of Planning and Development Executive Director Phil Taillon.
HAMMOND | The city is planning to demolish an old concrete slab that once served as a rail loading area at 173rd Street and Lyman Avenue.
HAMMOND | A program offering assistance with down payments has helped more than 270 people buy homes in the city.
Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr., fourth from right, and a delegation of city officials traveled to China on an economic development trip in March. Pictured, from left, are a guide; Ed Krusa, Mark Kalwinski, Pat Obi, Tom Dabertin, McDermott, Bobby Lendi, Joe Smith and Phil Taillon.
HAMMOND | With Potash Corp. breaking ground on its new facility in June, the city is positioning itself to provide $10 million in incentives to the company.
HAMMOND | The developer of the Woodmar Mall project has until the end of June to complete work on the site at 165th Street and Indianapolis Boulevard.
The College Bound program in Hammond holds great promise in attracting and retaining homeowners in Hammond and in boosting the educational attainment level, which is so important in economic development efforts.
HAMMOND | The city of Hammond will host a ceremony Tuesday to unveil Carlson Drive near where the River Park Apartments used to be.
HAMMOND | Phil Taillon, Hammond director of planning and development, will speak at the Robertsdale/Whiting Crime Watch tonight.
HAMMOND | The Curves Gym in Hammond is moving downtown.
The murky rumors about a new development coming to Hammond are gaining more definition, even if the plans aren't definitive yet. Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. has identified the interested company as PotashCorp, the world's largest fertilizer producer.
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