The Merrillville-based subsidiary of NiSource on May 21 announced Mike Hooper will take over as president of NIPSCO June 1
Purdue University is partnering with the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in a competition against other colleges from around the country and internationally in the first-ever high-speed $1.5 million Indy Autonomous Challenge.
Initiatives to limit public interaction during the COVID-19 pandemic has kept demand for gasoline low the past several weeks, a trend expected to continue next month even as businesses in some parts of the U.S. begin to reopen, experts say.
Initiatives to improve air quality standards across the country have made an impact on the Region.
Tumbling gasoline prices may start to slow as gradual production declines fall more in pace with demand, experts suggest.
A total of 15 organizations working on assorted projects across Northern Indiana to benefit the environment were awarded grants from Northern Indiana Public Service Co.
Merrillville-based NIPSCO says once it receives approval from state regulators it plans to begin work to close its five coal ash ponds at its Michigan City Generation Station.
Decreased demand created by fewer vehicles on the nation’s roads because of efforts to limit public interaction during the COVID-19 crisis is keeping gasoline prices low, AAA said.
The coronavirus outbreak and efforts to keep people at home during the crisis continues to lower demand for gasoline and push down prices.
Indiana leaders take preemptive measures as water level continues to rise in Lake Michigan • Preserving the state’s Lake Michigan shoreline.