VALPARAISO | The city took another step Friday in its planning for the expansion of Central Park Plaza with the approval of a new contract with Design Organization to finalize the schematic for the proposed addition.
VALPARAISO | If the ghost of William E. Urschel, founder of Urschel Laboratories, still lives in the house he built at Indiana Avenue and Napoleon Street, he will soon be able to look out the front windows at the new pavilion/skating rink to bear his name in Central Park Plaza.
VALPARAISO | Urschel Laboratories Inc. announced Friday the promotion of Rick Urschel by the board of directors from vice president of operations to president/CEO effective immediately.
VALPARAISO | Plans to replace and refurbish the playground at ValPlayso and improve the surrounding park gets underway in earnest Aug. 17 with the second annual Party in the Park fundraiser at the park.
CHESTERTON │ More than 300 employees of Urschel Laboratories Inc. grabbed shovels and broke ground on the site of the company’s new manufacturing and global headquarters Thursday in Coffee Creek Center.
KOUTS | The town wants to be more prepared the next time a major company like Urschel Laboratories comes looking for land on which to locate.
VALPARAISO | Whether he's looking back at the past year or ahead to the next one, Mayor Jon Costas sees plenty of things to be optimistic about.
VALPARAISO | The city's Redevelopment Commission put a hold on funding for any new pathways or facade grants, will spend only about $15,000 to assist expansion of Central Park Plaza and won't fund planned streetscape work on North Calumet Avenue.
Urschel Laboratories Inc. will begin construction of a new $104 million corporate headquarters and manufacturing plant at Chesterton's Coffee Creek Center next year, the company announced Friday.
VALPARAISO | Get ready for construction of the next big roundabout project in the city.
VALPARAISO | One of the last major vacant properties in Valparaiso is the subject of a study to determine the best way to deal with drainage issues so it could be developed.
VALPARAISO | With plans for a five-point roundabout nearly finished, the city now knows how much land it will need for the project. The bad news is it also knows how much it will cost.
VALPARAISO | Mayor Jon Costas predicted the next 20 years will see "unparalleled opportunity, growth and success" for Valparaiso and Porter County during his annual State of the City address.
VALPARAISO | Urschel Laboratories is looking to move after more than a half century at its current location.
VALPARAISO | If the paint isn't too expensive, a section of Vale Park Road could become a three-lane road soon.
VALPARAISO | Three contracts totaling more than $200,000 were approved Thursday by Valparaiso's Board of Public Works and Safety.
VALPARAISO | The success of Valparaiso is built around meeting the needs of people like Elsie Wathne and the Daisy Girl Scout Troop 149, Mayor Jon Costas said Tuesday.
Phil Potempa's daily entertainment news column.
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