VALPARAISO | The Porter County Community Foundation hopes to send a strong message about homelessness in the region by gathering forces for a one-day event, GIVE Day, on Nov. 8.
VALPARAISO | In its first meeting of the new school year, Valparaiso School Board members were asked to reshape their public participation policy to rebuild trust with the community.
MERRILLVILLE | A company that develops, tests and markets diagnostic tools that measure and monitor cancer tumor cells is expanding its presence in Northwest Indiana by opening an office in the Purdue Research Park of Northwest Indiana.
Now celebrating more than 60 years in business, the Valparaiso-based Chester Inc. has its roots firmly planted in corn and steel. Led by President and CEO Pete Peuquet, the company serves customers with the manufacture, sales and service.
VALPARAISO | Now celebrating more than 60 years in business, Chester Inc. has its roots firmly planted in corn and steel.
Andrew "Andy" Maxwell was a man of faith who loved his family and loved being a farmer, said his wife, Heather Maxwell.
VALPARAISO | Les Corkill dove head first into a new career and a new lifestyle when he opened Diver's Lair, a shop selling underwater diving equipment, late last year.
When the word "diversity" is mentioned, most people think of race, gender or ethnic differences.
VALPARAISO | Jack Hood says his philosophy for operating his two Kelsey's Steak and Seafood restaurants is "if it's not broke, don't fix it.''
The Indiana High Speed Rail Association is hosting the 12th annual Golden Spike seminar Thursday and Friday at the Harre Union at Valpraiso University. Highlights of the event will include a speech from American Public Transportation Association CEO Bill Millar and a celebration of Amtrak's …
For many mothers and their children partnered in business, there is no such thing as too much togetherness.
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