The Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce scheduled luncheon for May 27 is going virtual.
As businesses and other organizations return to either normal or limited operations as public restrictions fueled by the pandemic ease, support continues pouring in to assist groups on the front lines as well as those affected by the crisis.
Construction activity on the new La Porte Hospital is expected to resume June 1, according to the project’s general contractor.
State officials say Indiana is ready to move to the next phase of further easing of public restrictions as statewide health indicators show improving conditions.
Porter County recently was awarded $161,046 through the federal Emergency Food and Shelter Program to support local food pantries and homeless shelter services, according to the United Way of Porter County.
As restrictions ease on public interaction and businesses gradually reopen, organizations are preparing to operate under a new environment created by the coronavirus pandemic.
Reduced business activity fed by the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a more than 40% drop in estimated tax revenues for the state in April.
Determining how to get back to business under a new normal as the Region and world begin resuming life activities in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic will be no easy task, but resources are emerging to provide guidance.
The University of Notre Dame is asking its top-level administrators to take voluntary pay cuts to funnel dollars to help some of the college’s students on financial aid.
Disruptions to business activity and an array of normal life routines from watching a movie in the theater or dining out because of the global COVID-19 pandemic has had adverse affects on a widely monitored economic index.