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GARY | A new owner is planning a $2.5 million renovation to a century-old tower to bring a bank back to downtown Gary for the first time in six years.
MUNSTER | The Times of Northwest Indiana beat out about 1,100 other newspapers across the nation to be named Monster.com's Growth Partner of the Year for 2013.
ArcelorMittal has been around for less than a decade, but the steelmaker already has a stronger brand than MTV, 7-Eleven, Estee Lauder and PlayStation.
NorthWest Indiana Bancorp, the parent company of Munster-based Peoples Bank, has announced a dividend of 22 cents per share.
Top steel executives, including some from ArcelorMittal and U.S. Steel, will discuss the future of steelmaking at an upcoming conference in Indianapolis.
A regional Midwestern bank with a sizable presence in the Calumet Region has named a new Indiana president.
Raw steel production in the country's Great Lakes region soared to 668,000 tons and overall U.S. output rose by 1.6 percent in the week that ended Saturday, according to an American Iron and Steel Institute estimate.
WHITING | Sharon Warnecke is a woman of firsts.
CROWN POINT | A hotel and billboard magnate has again made a list of the world's wealthiest individuals.
A new leader will take the reins at the Northwest Indiana Forum, a privately funded economic development agency.
While flanked by a robotic arm, a helicopter engine and other "pretty cool stuff," President Barack Obama joked at a news conference last week that he was announcing they were building Iron Man.
HAMMOND | Purdue Calumet was not one of the more than 70 college, government and business partners that helped Chicago land a $320 million digital manufacturing research hub, but it has been involved in similar pursuits and could collaborate on workforce training needed for next-generation m…
ArcelorMittal has finalized the purchase of a German steel finishing facility in Alabama that will allow it to better serve southern auto plants.
Northwest Indiana grew 1.9 percent last year, trailing both the state and nation.
MERRILLVILLE | An information technology management firm has moved into the Purdue Technology Center of Northwest Indiana business incubator in Merrillville.
Mention New Buffalo, and Northwest Indiana residents think of summer days on the beach, gambling at Four Winds casino and burgers at Redamak's.
VALPARAISO | Calumet Region businesses often have footprints on both sides of the state border, and now a regional economic development organization does too.
Raw steel production in the country's Great Lakes region dropped to 640,000 tons and overall U.S. output also declined in the week that ended Saturday, according to an American Iron and Steel Institute estimate.
DYER | Federal labor officials are fining a Dyer-based company $195,570 for six safety violations inspectors found at an Illinois plant last year, but the business is appealing.
West Side Tractor Sales Co. has opened a new John Deere construction equipment dealership facility in South Holland.
Scrap Metal Services LLC has bought auto parts scrap yards in Gary, Lake Station, Westville and DeMotte.
Entrepreneurs who are dreaming big do not have much longer to submit applications for a contest that will give them a public showcase for their ideas and a potential springboard for launching a business.
Signs will be changed over the weekend at 20 Citizens Financial Bank branches in Northwest Indiana and Chicago's south suburbs on the Illinois side of the border. They will reopen as First Merchants bank branches on Monday.
Illinois-based small businesses that want to export goods overseas can look to the state government for help getting started.
The civic center opened three decades ago around the time the much larger Allstate Arena did in Rosemont, but never packed in the same crowds. Taxpayer subsidies kept the lights on, and the facility broke even last year after expenses were slashed by 30 percent.
CALUMET CITY | A wrong-way interstate chase through heavy Friday afternoon traffic on the Bishop Ford Freeway ended in two damaged police cars and three arrests.
MERRILLVILLE | A grand jury indicted a former Merrillville town councilman on a charge of forgery.
SCHERERVILLE | A prosecutor wants to shut down two popular Mexican restaurants in Merrillville and Schererville after police seized more than $139,000 from them during raids in November. Prosecutors in Lafayette and Indianapolis have filed civil forfeiture lawsuits to keep more $3.4 million…
HAMMOND | Warehouse workers who protested having to work in bitter subzero cold say the company has since fired, disciplined, suspended and threatened them.
Raw steel production in the country's Great Lakes region increased slightly to 661,000 tons in the week that ended Saturday, according to an American Iron and Steel Institute estimate.
HAMMOND | A relationship between one of Northwest Indiana's best-known steakhouses and a celebrity chef ended on the eve of Valentine's Day, after 11 weeks.
Region residents will have to wait a whole year before Whole Foods brings its organic kale and grass-fed beef to Schererville.
Tap on a touchscreen, identify restaurants, find out what reviewers have to say and make a reservation through OpenTable - all while driving at 60 mph on the interstate and never lifting your eyes off the road.
A U.S. Coast Guard cutter made its way south on Lake Michigan this week to break up ice in Burns Harbor, to ensure lake freighters and barges can continue to come into the port.
First Federal Savings and Loan Association president and CEO John Freyek started his banking career back when First Federal was across the street from Goldblatt's Department Store in downtown Hammond and most of the employees cashed their paychecks there.
CHICAGO | The local manufacturing sector has been surging lately, but overall economic growth in the U.S. has been slow and anemic, according to an economist who spoke Thursday.
PORTAGE | Workers have gone on strike at a steel service center in Portage.
FLOSSMOOR | Homewood's Carl Buddig and Hammond's Paul Henry Art Gallery won honors at the South Suburban Small Business Association 12th annual Summit Awards.
Ozinga Ready Mix Concrete worked on municipal projects in Crown Point, Hammond and Valparaiso that won statewide recognition from the concrete industry.
MUNSTER | A new platform will enable Northwest Indiana's leading media company to deploy a large contingent of reporters and photographers to inform readers about what's happening in their communities, and also give businesses a new way to reach a large audience of potential customers.
Raw steel production in the country's Great Lakes region inched up to 655,000 tons in the week that ended Saturday, according to an American Iron and Steel Institute estimate.
MICHIGAN CITY | Horizon Bancorp, the parent company of Horizon Bank, announced its second acquisition in fourth months.
CALUMET CITY | Black is the new black, at least for a thriving company that makes the color for everything from lipstick to office supplies.
MERRILLVILLE | A real estate and retail development and property management firm has hired a new chief financial officer, as it plans to move company leaders downtown Chicago.
Marketers claimed the revived Twinkie snack cake was the sweetest comeback in the history of ever, but that was before Gayety's Chocolates and Ice Cream announced it would reopen its Schererville location.
The 106th annual auto show starts Saturday and will continue through Feb. 17. More than 1 million square feet in the North and South Exhibit Halls of McCormick Place will be devoted to automakers' latest offerings.
MUNSTER | Northwest Indiana has the best craft beer in the state, and some of the best in the world, according to a popular beer ranking website.
MERRILLVILLE | A former welder's helper who overcame a near-fatal workplace accident and went onto to be a inspiration speaker will keynote a local safety conference.
GARY | A short video challenge for high school students has no less a lofty goal than inspiring the next Thomas Edison or Steve Jobs.
Sex does not necessarily sell, at least not in Hobart.
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