A new report from Ball State University suggests the COVID-19 pandemic may lead to cumulative lost local government tax revenues ranging between $218 million and $315 million.
As most economists expected, the coronavirus pandemic has feed a wave of layoffs across numerous business sectors the past several weeks.
The Economic Development Corp. Michigan City, Ind. recently appointed new members to its board of directors.
With orders in place for people to stay home and restrictions on public interaction to slow the spread of the coronavirus, a survey of chief financial officers from the South Bend-Elkhart area revealed gloomy sentiment about the economy.
Gov. Eric Holcomb and six other neighboring state governors announced April 16, a partnership to coordinate on a plan to reopen the Midwest region economy, which could happen sometime in May.
Economic Development Corporation Michigan City and the Michigan City Chamber of Commerce in partnership with SERA Solutions have launched a COVID-19 resource website.
The state now is accepting applications for the first round of Community Development Block Grants for 2020.
Tea A’More, which will offer Taiwanese tea influenced bubble tea drinks and specialty waffles, will soon open in Portage.
South Bend-based Holladay Properties recently announced that Fagor Arrasate of Spain, which has customers spread across 70 countries worldwide, signed a lease to occupy 6,735 square feet in the new 52,900 square foot Diversey Building in Portage.
The Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission recently elected new officers and named new executive board members.