Deferred income tax payments from April and June gave the state’s general revenue fund a boost.
Purdue University Northwest student scholarships and academic programs received a major boost from donors.
A new partnership between the state of Indiana and 180 Skills, a provider of online training programs, will provide 100,000 Hoosiers with free training to upgrade their skills.
A new $3.8 million Ivy Tech facility in Elkhart County will offer more opportunities for people to learn advanced manufacturing skills.
The operator of Tom & Ed’s Autobody in Northwest Indiana is expanding into East Central Indiana.
An event to update community and Region leaders on an initiative to develop a long-term strategy to strengthen Northwest Indiana’s economy is back on.
Sixteen organizations will receive grants from NIPSCO to fund safety education and training projects throughout northern Indiana.
Ball State University economist Michael Hicks said the latest federal jobs report showing an increase of 1.4 million jobs during August indicates the economic recovery is slowing.
A statewide competition seeks the best solutions to help Indiana’s agriculture sector and farmers work more efficiently.
An Indianapolis-based organization which wants to foster more entrepreneurship around Indiana has provided a financial boost to groups around the state to further its mission.