A drop in the price for turkey is the leading reason why Hoosiers can expect to pay less for groceries to prepare a traditional Thanksgiving dinner this year.
Franciscan Health Crown Point recently was designated an Obstetric Level of Care III and Neonatal Level of Care III site by the state of Indiana.
Indiana’s jobless rate in October was 3.2%, which is unchanged from September, according to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
Region banks and lending representatives recently were recognized for their professional accomplishments the past year by the Valparaiso-based Regional Development Co.
The Cline Avenue Bridge in East Chicago, which has been closed since 2009, is on pace to reopen in 2020.
Patrick Industries Inc. said company president Andy Nemeth will succeed Todd Cleveland as chief executive officer.
Purdue University Northwest engineering school instructors will get hands on experience to better understand workforce needs of Region manufacturers.
The state of Indiana is experiencing better than expected revenues from tax collections.
Giving the Port of Indiana – Burns Harbor more capacity to handle additional cargo and at the same time reduce its environmental impact will be the result once nearly $20 million in improvements are completed.
Rex Richards, president of the Valparaiso Chamber of Commerce, is the new chairman of the Regional Development Co. board of directors.