A new one-time grant program seeks to jumpstart area festivals and related community events to bring visitors back to the Region.
Region tourism professionals agree there’s a growing urge among people who are eager for a road trip after being couped up at home because of pandemic restrictions.
The South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority is seeking participants for the annual Savor the South Shore Restaurant Weeks.
Two individuals will join the South Shore Wall of Legends at the South Shore Convention & Visitors Authority in Hammond.
Leaders help communities cope with cancellations of large gatherings, including festivals, but also find alternatives to bringing people together. Organizers of Pierogi Fest, among others, say the uncertainty of the pandemic led to their decisions.
As new betting boom takes off, enhanced customer experiences attract new clients to Region’s gaming venues • Sports betting has been a game-changer.
Plans to bolster town amenities, expand transportation driving new residential construction • People are continuing to relocate to Northwest Indiana.
Indiana leaders take preemptive measures as water level continues to rise in Lake Michigan • Preserving the state’s Lake Michigan shoreline.
Northwest Indiana planners keep future in mind when maintaining, improving Region’s infrastructure, including a double-track project on South Shore Line.
Pete Doherty of Schererville calls his latest profession as photographer an occupational adventure after long career in banking.