Hoosier renters and homeowners financially impacted by COVID-19 are getting some help from the state.
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.
Joe Hoage is the new commissioner of the Indiana Department of Labor.
Indiana residents who lost their jobs because of the pandemic may be eligible for rental assistance from the state.
Several appointments and reappointments to some of the state’s colleges recently were announced by the office of Gov. Eric Holcomb.
The state is offering more resources to help Hoosiers get back to work.
Donald Fesko will continue his role with the Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority Board.
In the early months of 2020, Indiana appeared to be on a roll as far as the state’s economy was concerned.
The state has launched several initiatives meant to help Hoosier businesses as they recover and reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pandemic required businesses and organizations to review or consider making changes to their operations to best handle the novel coronavirus situation as well as protect employees while still trying to survive.