The Region’s hospitals are collaborating to improve residents’ access to emergency services during the pandemic.
Society of Innovators honorees for 2021 have come up with some impressive ways to improve lives, protect market share, kill germs and allow virtual hands-on learning
The crisis brought on by the pandemic has taught employers to provide assistance to workers to care for their mental health, among other new ways of thinking about work.
For 30 years, the Crown Point Community Foundation has directed resources to organizations that help improve the lives of those in need in southern Lake County
Publisher Troy Linker says time is now for all industries to rethink hiring strategies as the workforce continues to shrink, making it difficult to find qualified workers.
Richard Good of Schererville was the recipient of the 100,000th vaccination given at Community Hospital’s COVID Vaccine Clinic.
Companies find innovative ways to embrace technology with greater efficiencies and more collaboration post crisis, including more open spaces, sanitation and cloud solutions.
Residential growth in Indiana boomed first and is followed by an industrial market fortified by changing consumer demands after the pandemic. Spec buildings are part of that surge, giving a boost to the commercial market.
Indiana University Northwest Chancellor Ken Iwama says his first year was one of unity in navigating the pandemic and how to best serve students. Now he’s looking forward to pursuing his top priorities, especially increasing enrollment.
Regional bank leaders say the pandemic created challenges to communication, but relationships were still key to making clients comfortable.