Some Northwest Indiana organizations are getting help to aid efforts to ensure children get their education off to a good start.
Successful small businesses and individuals working to make Northwest Indiana a good place to work, live and play will be honored during the annual Entrepreneurial Excellence (E-Day) Awards event Nov. 14.
Ivy Tech Community College recently was awarded more than $1.5 million in federal grants to support education programs for veterans.
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development said the state’s overall private sector employment has grown by 21,500 jobs between September 2018 and September 2019.
The Economic Development Corp. Michigan City, Ind. said the Mayfield Place subdivision off Tyron Road, has a new developer, who is planning to invest $7 million in the subdivision and add 30 new homes to the development.
Elaine Bedel, who has served as president of the Indiana Economic Development Corp. since 2017, now will lead the newly established Indiana Destination Development Corp.
Erskine Village shopping center in South Bend recently was purchased by The Cotswold Group of Harrison, N.Y.
A $1.5 million investment has revived the former Golden Sands Motel in Michigan City.
Mascot Hall of Fame’s Reggy will kickoff 2019 Lake County Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign Nov. 2
Hospital officials said 65% of the trades and sub-contractors working on the project are based in La Porte County and Northwest Indiana, which translates to $55 million for the Region’s economy.