Former social worker Emily Edwards follows new passion to develop Paradise Spreads, which she says is a healthy, good-tasting alternative snack food.
Tom Byelick, Hobart Chamber of Commerce director, combines his business background with love of comedy to provide outside-the-box thinking in new role.
Janis Logsdon, assistant director of the Elkhart County Convention and Visitors Bureau, has a passion for live theater productions, and she hasn’t given up on performing even during the pandemic that shuttered indoor performances.
Bethany Hartley, of the South Bend-Elkhart Regional Partnership, shares her story about losing weight and pursuing better health in more than one fulfilling way.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Northwest Indiana take steps to remind Region’s communities that they offer many activities for children.
The Valparaiso-based Shirley Heinze Land Trust protects everything from small vacant lots to its largest parcel, the 520-acre Ambler Flatwoods east of Michigan City.
Gary Mayor Jerome Prince implements Cleanslate initiative to help brighten Gary’s streets and create jobs for those in need of a second chance in life. It is expected to create 15 to 25 jobs annually for residents while providing cleaner, safer streets.
New University of Saint Francis president says cycling outlet for fun and connecting with others. The Rev. Dr. Eric Zimmer took over as president of the university July 1.
During the early weeks of the pandemic, Joshua Railton, owner of DineIn, said his company’s residential orders were up 22%. DineIn, which launched in 1993, was ready for the uptick.
Entrepreneurs share ideas during 1 Million Cups meetings that include presentations about a local business or product while attendees enjoy some coffee.