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.
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.
The upgraded and expanded Franciscan Beacon Hospital in La Porte is on track for construction to be finished by early 2020.
Nurse Rose Flinchum was named Diabetes Educator of the Year for 2019 by the Indiana Coordinating Body of the American Diabetes Association.
Robert “Bob” Krumwied, president and CEO of Merrillville-based Regional Health Systems Mental Health Center, will retire at the end of the year and will be succeeded by Bill Trowbridge, president and CEO of Paladin, a Michigan City-based organization that assists people with disabilities.
Muncie-based First Merchants Corp. elected a new member to its board of directors and named a new leader for its Michigan operations.
Community Hospital in Munster now is designated as a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Level III Obstetrical Service site under the Indiana State Department of Health’s, new levels-of-care rating system.
Merrillville-based NiSource, parent of NIPSCO, has a new director of investor relations and finance and appointed a new safety leader for its Massachusetts subsidiary.
Common Collabs, a startup manufacturer specializing in cold brew coffee and other consumer packaged goods beverages, announced Nov. 7 it will set up operations in Knox in Starke County and create up to 80 new jobs in the next few years.