As institutions of higher learning quickly set plans to operate and educate students through remote learning, efforts never wavered on a future that included new leaders, a new state-of-the art building for one school, and new academic programs and partnerships.
Plans to bolster town amenities, expand transportation driving new residential construction • People are continuing to relocate to Northwest Indiana.
With weather, tariffs, pests and other forces that affect agriculture, farmers must be innovative, find new ways to improve yields and protect the viability of their land for the future.
Employers are collaborating with educational institutions, governmental and nonprofit entities to ensure they can find skilled and reliable workers.
Region’s financial institutions finding plenty of growth opportunities in Northwest Indiana.
Law firms combine latest technology with traditional practice to retain, attract new business Paul A. Leonard Jr. has been practicing law for more than three decades, but he still remembers his first day of employment in a law office. “I was presented with a Bic pen, a legal pad and a telephone,” said Leonard, who […]
Setting special events apart takes time and planning and continual improvement, organizers say If this year is anything like the past 24, thousands of people will descend on downtown Whiting over three days in late July. They will devour Eastern European food, imbibe some brews or wine, watch a parade and take part in a […]