Franciscan Health Michigan City is working with local churches to prevent diabetes in Michigan City.
Franciscan Health Michigan City's bariatric program attained accreditation for meeting standards for patient safety and care.
The Pittsburgh-based steelmaker made a record $1.1 billion in second-quarter adjusted net earnings or $3.86 per share. It also pulled a record second-quarter adjusted EBITDA of $1.6 billion.
A new exotic and luxury car rental business in Crown Point will let customers rent Lamborghini, Porsches, Ferraris and monster trucks.
The automaker, which operates the Chicago Assembly Plant on the far South Side and the Chicago Stamping Plant in Chicago Heights, pulled in $40.2 billion in revenue and adjusted earnings before interest and taxes of $3.7 billion in the three-month period that ended on June 30.
"Congress should seriously consider some type of carbon border adjustment, which ensures producers of dirty foreign steel pay a premium to have the privilege to sell into our markets."
James Muhammad will leave on September 7 to head west and become president of the University of Southern California Radio Group.
The Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra will soon return for its 81st season, which will include performances of a classic Broadway musical, the work of Latin composers and blockbuster movie scores.
Dan's Pierogis draws some of the longest lines at the annual celebration of the Polish dumping and the Region's Eastern European heritage.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker said the state is selling the building to a developer for $30 million in cash and also getting another downtown building valued at $75 million.
Sip Coffee House and Artisan Cafe in downtown Highland has doubled in size and is adding an events space and artisan deli.
Lowell Animal Hospital is planning a major expansion that will double its size.
Unemployment rose in most of Northwest Indiana in June, but Lake County no longer has the highest jobless rate in the state.
A busy, growing animal clinic opened a newly constructed office at Hwy 421 and US State Rd. 2 in Westville.
Economic Development Corp. Michigan City presented awards at its 25th anniversary gala.
"First and foremost, the shutdown of Indiana Harbor No. 4 was driven by our commitment to reduce our carbon footprint. We can only do that because Indiana Harbor No. 7 is a massive consumer of Hot Briquetted Iron."
Cleveland-Cliffs reported a $601 million profit in the second quarter.
The puzzle, toy and game store for all ages, which bills itself as "Northwest Indiana's largest little retailer of logic brain games," is moving from a 340-square-foot space to a 1,150-square-foot storefront down the street.
Ford is charging up its battery capacity as a result of strong demand for its new electric vehicles.
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