Bill Hanna talks about his 11 years with the Regional Development Authority and his next endeavor as the executive director of the Dean and Barbara White Family Foundation in Merrillville.
The long-awaited West Lake Corridor and double-track transportation projects are laying the groundwork for development near new stations.
South Shore Line President Michael Noland shares his thoughts on the double-track and the Westlake Corridor transportation projects underway in Northwest Indiana.
The Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority has named an interim leader to take over for its CEO who is departing in February.
Donald Fesko will continue his role with the Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority Board.
The passenger rail expansion movement has spurred Region leaders and developers to think beyond the usual growth projects.
The Northwest Indiana Forum Foundation, Northern Indiana Regional Planning Commission and the Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority landed an EPA Brownfields Assessment Coalition Grant.
PORTAGE – The potential to bring in $400 million to the Region’s economy over a 20-year period was among the chief reasons the Northwest Indiana Forum put its support behind a proposed convention center in Lake County. In a statement issued July 13, the Forum’s managing board said it applauds Lake County government for commissioning […]
After the grinding slowdown from the recession, the wheels of this region’s commercial real estate industry are again rolling along The rusty adage of commercial real estate, “They only make so much land,” has tarnished the potential of Northwest Indiana, which has had a reputation of being a deserted island distanced from Chicago and the […]
Not just gambling, but dining, shopping and entertainment too Next year, Indiana casinos will see big changes in their state taxes that will help them keep more money for each person that walks onto the casino floor. This could let regional gaming do more outside the gaming realm—bringing customers in not just to gamble, but […]