Northwest Indiana health care professionals are embracing the increased use of telemedicine and the benefits it offers both consumers and providers.
The state is providing more than $10 million in assistance to help communities and businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
People are traveling again through South Bend International Airport.
State leaders are urging Hoosiers to be proactive and use safe practices in announcing a plan to modify the Back On Track Indiana plan ahead of the July 4 holiday weekend.
A good will gesture by members and employees of LaPorte Community Federal Credit Union led to an $850 donation to Franciscan Health Michigan City.
The iconic Indianapolis 500 is set for Aug. 23 and will have fans in the stands.
Sales of existing homes in Northwest Indiana totaled 699, down 30.9% when compared to 1,011 closed sales in May 2019.
In the early months of 2020, Indiana appeared to be on a roll as far as the state’s economy was concerned.
The Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce scheduled luncheon for May 27 is going virtual.
As businesses and other organizations return to either normal or limited operations as public restrictions fueled by the pandemic ease, support continues pouring in to assist groups on the front lines as well as those affected by the crisis.