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GARY | Allegiant will discontinue air service in August, officials at the Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority announced late Friday.
Action on a public participation plan was postponed Thursday at the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission due to concerns raised by disability rights advocates and confusion over what was to be voted on.
Americans will be traveling slightly farther on average to enjoy the Memorial Day weekend this year, but gas prices in the Midwest may have drivers locally looking for ways to skimp on some of their fun.
PORTAGE | The Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission on Thursday heard from three real estate developers in a three-hour closed session, with members mulling whether to move after 20 years in Portage.
Northwest Indiana single-family home sales increased 26 percent in April as compared to one year ago, marking the 22nd straight month home sales have increased in the region.
The Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority Board on Tuesday approved working with the state to land a new employer for the region that could create more than 250 new jobs.
One day, he spent five hours straight at City Hall talking to representatives of major investment banks from all over the world. Other days he was on the phone with a $170 billion global hedge fund.
The Gary/Chicago International Airport's expansion project is facing mounting costs, but officials say it can still be completed within its current $166 million budget.
Gary/Chicago International Airport is advertising nationwide for an airport executive director as the airport prepares for some of the biggest changes in its history.
NiSource Inc. CEO Robert Skaggs told shareholders at the company's annual meeting Tuesday the company will continue with its infrastructure-based growth strategy and highlighted recent Indiana legislation that will help make that possible.
The Gary/Chicago International Airport authority took a big step Monday toward landing a new corporate jet operation for its airport, contingent on resolving potential conflicts with its most prestigious tenant.
A joint city/airport committee has recommended the Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority hire a firm to perform a comprehensive review of its $166 million expansion project, which is scheduled for completion this year.
A 3-year-old dispute over a 3-cent fee charged to I-Pass users of the Chicago Skyway and Indiana Toll Road may get some renewed attention from the Illinois Tollway Authority.
Friday was a day for standing on the shoulders of a giant at Gary/Chicago International Airport.
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.
Northwest Indiana casino revenues decreased 2.9 percent in total in April as compared to the year-ago-month, driven mainly by a large drop of 11.1 percent at the two Majestic Star boats in Gary.
The Illinois Tollway Authority will establish a Construction Business Development Center with local community colleges in order to give minority- and women-owned firms a chance to compete.
A couple of weekends ago Anita Douglas noticed The Times on her kitchen table was open to an ad for a 2013 Chevrolet Malibu Sweepstakes.
Northwest Indiana's economic performance remained largely flat in March, but observers are taking heart in gains in individual business sectors and overall in the last 12 months.
MUNSTER | A once-a-year chance to get an application to become a union construction laborer attracted 984 people Wednesday to the headquarters of Local 41 of the Laborers International Union of North America.
The new Airport Road overpass in Gary is now open to one lane of traffic in each direction. All four lanes are expected to open by July.
Illiana Expressway planners have whittled down crossroad closures to just three in Indiana, after starting with a list of more than a half-dozen that would dead-end at the expressway.
NiSource Inc. net earnings increased 34.7 percent to $260.5 million in the first quarter, mainly on the sale of its service protection business to AGL Resources Inc. in January.
The Northwest Indiana economy recovered from the recession with robust earnings and sales, but it might be difficult to convince your average working person of that.
A safety dispute that idled blast furnaces and some other operations at ArcelorMittal's Burns Harbor mill has been resolved after two days of intense negotiations between union officials and management.
WHITING | The $3.8 billion BP Whiting refinery project is set to wrap up later this year and layoffs of involved construction workers are expected.
A dispute over safety at ArcelorMittal's Burns Harbor mill has slowed production there, with some union workers refusing to work under what they claim are unsafe conditions.
Former Indianapolis International Airport CEO John Clark has landed a contract at Gary/Chicago International Airport that could net him a $500,000 payday within months.
Single-family home sales in Northwest Indiana increased 23.3 percent in March, marking their 21st consecutive monthly increase on a year-over-year basis, according to sales figures from the Greater Northwest Indiana Association of Realtors.
The new Airport Road overpass could open as early as this week and the Gary airport authority wants to see it named for a Tuskegee airman.
The building of Potash Corp.'s new transfer facility in Hammond has been delayed, but the Canadian company remains firmly committed to the project, having spent $12 million at the site already, a top Potash Corp. executive said Friday.
The long-delayed Indiana Gateway rail project should get underway this year, with a kick-off for the $71.4 million in rail improvements tentatively set for May, according to a top Indiana transportation official.
GARY | A joint city/airport committee on Thursday recommended hiring a slate of advisers for forming a public/private partnership at Gary/Chicago International Airport.
LOWELL | State transportation officials said Thursday they will have a "real good guess" of exactly where the 47-mile Illiana Expressway will go by midsummer, as well as what crossroads will remain open and where interchanges will be.
NiSource Inc. has announced former Caterpillar Inc. executive Richard Thompson will become company chairman on May 14, succeeding Indiana business icon Ian Rolland, who is retiring.
Former NIPSCO CEO Jimmy Staton's pay almost doubled to $3.56 million in 2012, as he continued to earn rewards for reaching a landmark electric rate case settlement at the utility in late 2011.
Gov. Mike Pence has appointed the top executive at The Community Hospital in Munster to the Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority.
A top Potash Corp. executive will update region businesspeople on progress on the company's planned $65 million rail-to-truck transfer facility Friday at Dynasty Banquets in Hammond.
Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson and other Gary/Chicago International Airport backers now have their eyes fixed well beyond the completion of its runway expansion later this year.
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission will host a hearing April 22 on $59.2 million in environmental projects planned at NIPSCO generating plants and the additional customer charges that will pay for them.
Northwest Indiana could begin to feel the effects of the national economic recovery in six months, with the NWI Leading Index forecasting weak but positive growth ahead, according to Micah Pollak, an assistant professor of economics at IU Northwest.
Land-based gaming will come to Indiana, with declining overall casino revenues and other factors making such a shift more likely, Indiana Gaming Commission Executive Director Ernest Yelton said Monday.
The Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority by a 6-1 vote on Monday approved moving forward to seek private investors willing to put $100 million or more into airport development.
Environmental regulators have told the Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority it must undertake a costly project to haul away contaminated soils uncovered by its runway expansion.
The Report Card for America's Infrastructure issued last month by the American Society of Civil Engineers pointed out the gaping holes in our nation's infrastructure, as it has done for years.
For many years the steel futures market was all talk and little action, but those days are gone as more financial products tied to the price of steel come to market.
GARY | A joint city/airport committee will recommend the airport authority seek investors willing to invest at least $100 million to develop the airfield and surrounding property.
The Federal Aviation Administration has informed Gary/Chicago International Airport that its control towers and others nationwide will stay open until mid-June before falling victim to federal sequestration budget cuts.
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.
A joint city/airport committee readying a recommendation on privatization at Gary/Chicago International Airport is not the first effort to find private investors to spur airport development.
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