Richard Good of Schererville was the recipient of the 100,000th vaccination given at Community Hospital’s COVID Vaccine Clinic.
Merrillville-based NIPSCO is among the 2021 inductees into the Indiana Manufacturers Association Hall of Fame.
Even as unemployment rates continue falling, the latest federal jobs report shows the pandemic still is impacting the country’s economy.
Ten mascots, from a range of collegiate and professional sports, are in the running for 2022 induction into the Mascot Hall of Fame.
Higher than expected collections from sales tax, individual income tax and corporate taxes have provided a boost to Indiana state revenues.
Rising costs likely are the driving force behind a steep drop in Indiana’s agriculture industry’s outlook on the sector.
The return of college and professional football reflected in record-setting sports wagering in Indiana in September.
Willow Wetherall was selected by DTSB as its new executive director.
Clarence Hulse, executive director of the Economic Development Corporation Michigan City, Indiana, has received industry honors for his work.
Calumet College of St. Joseph broke ground on its first residential dorm.