Indiana officials are seeking help from health care professionals, including recent retirees, medical students and those licensed in other states but residing in Indiana, to assist in an anticipated spike in COVID-19 cases.
Adapting to a world dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic where public interaction has been limited to slow the spread of the virus has the business community finding the best ways to help and cope with the situation.
Sales of existing homes across Northwest Indiana during the first two months of 2020 reflected the market likely would remain strong heading into the spring and summer months, traditionally the busiest selling time for the industry.
Economic experts suggest Indiana’s once-low unemployment rate is expected to jump significantly as a result of measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
The fluid situation surrounding the COVID-19 crisis has businesses providing help to those aiding those in need and rethinking how to deliver products and services to customers.
With the coronavirus crisis in constant flux, individuals and businesses are doing what they can to provide relief and do what they can to assist.
A $20 million development three years in the making will provide housing for low-income, senior and disabled veterans in Hobart.
Inovateus Solar of South Bend recently completed three solar projects for NIPSCO, the first installations for the utility, and include a ground-mount solar array at its Merrillville headquarters.
The Salvation Army of Lake County, Porter and Jasper Counties, in partnership with Strack & Van Til Food Markets, is conducting a “Check-Out Challenge” campaign to raise emergency dollars for the Salvation Army’s services.
The Gary Community School Corp. expects to have a balanced budget by 2021.