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INDIANAPOLIS – The top-ranking U.S. maritime official will provide the breakfast keynote presentation during the Indiana Logistics Summit taking place Nov. 16-17 at the Indiana Convention Center. On Nov. 17, U.S. Maritime Administrator Paul “Chip” Jaenichen will discuss new opportunities for maritime shipping to help resolve gridlock on U.S. highways and to create new economic opportunities. Jaenichen joined the United State’s Maritime Administration (MARAD), an …Read Full Article
HAMMOND and WESTVILLE – Purdue University Northwest faculty and staff members have distinguished themselves in recent weeks through personal and professional accomplishments.
Faculty, staff, students travel to Japanese university
Brooke Hewson, of Highland, Purdue University Northwest director of International Programming; Shoji Nakayama, of Schererville, associate professor of Organizational Leadership and Supervision; B. Lee Artz, of New Buffalo, Mich., professor of Media Studies; …Read Full Article
MERILLVILLE — The American Cancer Society is pleased to share that NIPSCO employees raised$87,000 in cash donations through their Charity of Choice campaign to support their mission to fightfor a cure. Combined with a corporate donation of $50,000, the campaign raised a total of $137,000.
“The outpouring of generosity from NIPSCO’s employees is overwhelming,” said Mike Megyesi,senior market manager of community engagement …Read Full Article
SOUTH BEND – Indiana’s largest credit union has promoted Gene Novello to executive vice president and chief operating officer (COO).
Novello will take over responsibility for the day-to-day operations and direction of the organization from current president Paul Marsh. This shift in duties will allow Marsh to take a more active leadership role locally, nationally and within the credit union industry.
“This was a strategic …Read Full Article
The Starke County Economic Development Foundation will hosted its Fourth annual “Prospectus and Achievements Event” at the Knox Middle School. This event culminated with the awarding of the Robert E. Hamilton Award, named in honor of the now deceased banker widely believed to be the leading force for the creation of the Foundation. This Award was established by action of the Foundation’s Board of Directors …Read Full Article
VALPARAISO–Vaccinations can prevent dangerous and sometimes deadly diseases. Family Medicine physician Kajal Patel, M.D., suggests now is the perfect time to remind family, friends and co-workers to get caught up on these important immunizations.
“The need for immunizations doesn’t end when you become an adult. Being up-to-date protects you and your loved ones from illness,” shares Dr. Patel, a board-certified physician with Portage …Read Full Article
The community is invited to visit the beautiful Corvilla Campus, tour the new facility,
meet staff and learn about the new Programs and Services that we are offering to people withintellectual and developmental disabilities in the community.
Corvilla, a non‐profit organization, has been serving people with developmental
disabilities in the community for over 55 years and continues to make a difference in the
On Wednesday, October 19, 2016, the Lakeshore Chamber’s 12th Annual Business Expo & Luncheon will feature Daniel G. Sullivan, director of research and executive vice president at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
Mr. Sullivan oversees the Bank’s research in monetary policy, banking and regional economics and has supervisory responsibility for the Fed’s Community Development and Public Affairs Department. He also attends meetings of the …Read Full Article
SOUTH BEND– Goodwill’s 4th Annual Little Black Dress Fashion Show will be held on Thursday, November 3rd at the Avalon Manor Banquet Center in Merrillville. Goodwill Industries of Michiana is partnering with Comcast, Adams Radio Group, WIMS-AM, Giving Indiana Magazine and IN City Magazine to raise funds to support their mission to strengthen communities by empowering individuals and families through education, training and job …Read Full Article
SOUTH BEND – The Music Villagefinalizes new lease agreement with the St. Joseph County Public Library, TMV Executive Director Josh Aerie announced.
The Music Village will move into the currently-vacant building at 301 South Michigan Street in downtown South Bend, which will dramatically increase the center’s visibility and accessibility. In contrastto TMV’s current location in the lower-level of the JMS Building at 108 …Read Full Article