With public restrictions easing amid the global pandemic, many businesses and organizations as well as Indiana’s college have either reopened or are making plans to resume operations.
In recent weeks donations by volunteers and other support have been plentiful during the pandemic.
Franciscan Health is participating in a national study spearheaded by the Mayo Clinic to investigate the effectiveness of convalescent plasma in treating patients infected with COVID-19.
The Dunes Summer Theatre in Michigan City has cancelled its 2020 summer season because of circumstances created by the pandemic.
Most participants in a recent survey conducted by the United Way of Porter County believe a return to pre-pandemic life will not happen until at least February 2021 or even later.
Manufacturers across Indiana have answered the call to produce personal protective equipment for those on the frontlines in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reduced business activity fed by the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a more than 40% drop in estimated tax revenues for the state in April.
Determining how to get back to business under a new normal as the Region and world begin resuming life activities in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic will be no easy task, but resources are emerging to provide guidance.
The University of Notre Dame is asking its top-level administrators to take voluntary pay cuts to funnel dollars to help some of the college’s students on financial aid.
Disruptions to business activity and an array of normal life routines from watching a movie in the theater or dining out because of the global COVID-19 pandemic has had adverse affects on a widely monitored economic index.