Gary Larson, CFO and corporate secretary of The Ford Meter Box Co. Inc. in Wabash, is the 2020 chair of the Indiana Manufacturers Association board of directors.
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.
Franciscan Health has a new and modernized facility for pediatric services in Crown Point.
Merrillville-based Centier Bank recently appointed new executives and a new branch manager.
The Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District, operator of the South Shore Line, received approval from the Federal Transportation Administration to begin final engineering for its Double Track Northwest Indiana Project.
Operators of Illinois-based Wu’s House and Woow Sushi Restaurants purchased the former Outback Steakhouse at 8117 Georgia St. in Merrillville.
The Indiana Breast Cancer Awareness Trust awarded $42,240 in grants to the Franciscan Health Foundation to provide free screenings and diagnostic services for low-income Hoosier women, as well as material support for patients with a breast cancer diagnosis, including food, transportation and housing payments.
Tennessee-based Contour Airlines will begin service out of Indianapolis International Airport on June 10.
The property and buildings of Amish Acres in Nappanee near Elkhart, which had been owned by the Peltcher family for 50 years, was sold at auction Feb. 5 for a cumulative total of $4,425,200.
David D. Wilson, retired and former owner of Monroe Pest Control in Hobart, recently was inducted into the Indiana Pest Management Association Hall of Fame.