The fairgrounds site is the eighth COVID-19 vaccine distribution location in Lake County.
"At this moment — our moment — even knowing full well the awful toll of COVID-19, and acknowledging that we are still in its deadly grip, it's important to now look to the future," Holcomb said.
Appointments for the free immunization must be made online at ourshot.in.gov or by calling 2-1-1.
All Hoosiers age 80 and older can begin making appointments Friday to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Republican and Democratic Hoosier lawmakers unanimously affirmed the election of Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb for a second four-year term as Indiana's chief executive.
Legislative leaders are fast-tracking proposals aimed at thwarting the perceived threat of civil lawsuits from individuals claiming they were infected with COVID-19 and entitled to monetary damages.
By any measure, things will be far from business as usual when the gavels slam down shortly after noon Region time Monday and the Indiana House and Senate come to order.
State restrictions on business operations, Indiana's face mask directive, and all of the governor's other COVID-19 prevention measures and guidelines will remain in effect until at least Jan. 24.
The investigation of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer determined no one assisted the osteopathic physician in his actions, and because Klopfer is dead he cannot be charged with a crime or medical misconduct.
The guardsmen, who initially were deployed in early November, are tasked with screening nursing home employees and residents for COVID-19, data entry and infection control.
The Indiana Farm Bureau has chosen a Northwest Indiana lawmaker as its "Legislator of the Year" for 2020.
Lake County is participating in a pilot program to connect individuals charged with or convicted of misdemeanor crimes to mental health or addiction treatment.
Gov. Eric Holcomb unveiled a 2021 legislative agenda Thursday that largely seeks to build on the Republican's first-term accomplishments.
The legislative and executive branches of Lake County government are continuing to clash over various purchases requested by the Lake County sheriff.
State leaders are encouraging Hoosiers to consider forgoing holiday celebrations amid the COVID-19 pandemic to give everyone in their family a better chance to be around to celebrate next year.
The Indiana Supreme Court has suspended all jury trials statewide until March 1 in response to the continuing surge of COVID-19 cases across the Hoosier State.
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"This is incredibly exciting news because it signals the beginning of the end of the pandemic," said Dr. Lindsey Weaver, chief medical officer at the State Department of Health.
Gov. Eric Holcomb is temporarily suspending all non-emergency, inpatient surgeries at Indiana hospitals after proclaiming Wednesday the Hoosier State "is on fire" with COVID-19 cases.
More than 40 interest groups are urging state lawmakers to improve transparency and public participation in Indiana's legislative process, especially in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
A week after the Lake County Commissioners put off for a second time the sheriff's proposal to spend $23,560 on thermometer system kiosks, the council voted to resubmit the purchase in its name for action by the commissioners.
U.S. Sen. Mike Braun isn't letting his unfounded claims about the potential illegitimacy of Joe Biden's election as president stop him from criticizing one of Biden's expected cabinet nominees.