Unemployment rose in most of Northwest Indiana in May, when the Region again had some of the highest jobless rates in the state.
St. John, Cedar Lake and Winfield all ranked among the fastest-growing places in Indiana last year.
More than 60 artists and artisans will show their work at the Valparaiso Art Festival this weekend.
Walmart, Indiana's largest private-sector employer, is now offering a doula benefit to its employers and their pregnant spouses or partners.
Dino Day roars back into Schererville Friday evening.
New Chapter Real Estate opened a brokerage in Schererville.
The Foamation Project will release a special craft beer this weekend to raise money and awareness for suicide prevention.
The 12/20 landscape of Dunes Highway and the largely parallel U.S. 20 highway in Gary's Miller neighborhood have been undergoing a major transformation as many decrepit old buildings get demolished.
The Chicago Stamping Plant is laying off workers temporarily this summer as Ford scales back production at some of its major auto plants.
People will soon be able to get postcard-like pictures by beaches, dunes and other Region backdrops when visiting Northwest Indiana festivals.
Culver's is now serving its famous butter burgers, cheese curds and custard in Hammond.
Gas prices fell for the first time in nine weeks this week after hitting an all-time high of $5 per gallon nationally.
The University of Illinois landed a $3.5 million grant from the Department of Energy to study carbon capture at U.S. Steel's Gary Works as part of an "aggressive decarbonization" push.
A new report found climate change could cause more flooding and industrial pollution along Lake Michigan's shoreline in Northwest Indiana.
U.S. Rep. Frank J. Mrvan recently toured Korellis Roofing in Hammond, meeting with union workers there.
Alliance Steel in Gary named a new president and chief operating officer.
McColly Real Estate has named a new president as founder Ronald F. McColly transitions to a chairman role.
Great Lakes steel production fell by 13,000 tons last week, while steel capacity utilization ticked down, according to the American Iron and Steel Institute.
Lakeshore Public Media's president and CEO has joined the One Region Opportunities Council.