The state has dropped a plan to acquire the site of a former power plant to build a fourth port.
Porter Regional Hospital’s stroke care services has landed national honors.
The pandemic’s impact on the economy and high unemployment have not dampened optimism among Indiana’s manufacturers.
When it comes to bringing together different groups to support a goal of attracting, developing, and retaining a workforce, state leaders believe Northwest Indiana knows how to get it done.
Ivy Tech Community College will open its 19th Indiana campus location on July 1.
Valparaiso University recently secured a $299,083 grant from the National Science Foundation to advance research to better understand long-term environmental impact of microplastic degradation.
Marshall County area officials and economic development professionals are hopeful a ready-to-move-in manufacturing facility will bring in a business seeking to get up and running quickly.
Purdue University Northwest has opened the doors to a new research center in Hammond to help students explore new innovations for manufacturing.