The Duneland Chamber of Commerce has been recognized as one of five finalists for the statewide Indiana Chamber of the Year for 2018. The organization was judged by a panel of five professionals located outside of Indiana in the areas of leadership and organization; finance; advocacy; membership; and programming, and finalists for the award were announced during the Annual Conference of the Indiana Chamber Executives Association.
The 21st century has seen a profound improvement in medical practices, an increase in health care options, and the development of technology. With so much to choose from, deciding on a health care provider can seem like a daunting task. Fortunately, the team at UnitedHealthcare is committed to not only providing health care for people of all ages, but also creating a health system that is sustainable and effective for everyone.
The Duneland Chamber of Commerce will host their annual State of the Chamber & Community Awards Wednesday, July 18 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Allure on the Lake in Chesterton. With a lively welcome from AM 1420-WIMS’ Ric Federighi, the event will kick off with an update on what the Chamber has accomplished so far this year and what their goals are moving forward.
The Northwest Indiana Workforce Board (NWIWB) has announced its slate of officers for 2018-2019. Election of the officers occurred during their meeting on May 24, 2018. Comprised of business, education, labor, economic development, and community leaders, the NWIWB members represent the counties of Jasper, Lake, La Porte, Newton, Porter, Pulaski, and Starke.
Any time, any day, people see white trucks emblazoned with the logo of Overhead Door Company of Northwest Indiana navigating the Region’s streets. They are filled with the company’s elite technicians that travel all around the county fixing or installing something we forget about until they are making us late for work – garage doors. On Friday, Overhead Door Company of Northwest Indiana honored those dedicated technicians with their annual SuperTech day.
The smell of freshly mown grass filled the air as the sun shone down on the golfers dropping off their bags, grabbing some free coffee and doughnuts, and riding \onto the Sand Creek Country Club golf course. Today, the Duneland Chamber of Commerce held their annual golf outing to support the meaningful impact they have on the surrounding community.
Few companies contribute as much growth and development across the Region as Holladay Properties. From business parks to retail services, each property Holladay opens or operates brings opportunity. On Friday, they hosted an open house for their ambitious new community, the Promenade at Founders Square.
Blue Chip Casino, Hotel & Spa today announced plans for a significant expansion of its meetings and events center.
Portage has long been a great place to work, live, and play. With original features like a beautiful lakefront and new developments like The Promenade at Founders Square, the city has proven that the future is theirs to transform and grow. To help encourage this growth, the Portage Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is here to ensure that local businesses have the resources they need to succeed and continue improving the city’s quality of life.
Weddings often celebrate the merging of two families together, in addition to the newlyweds who made the merger possible. The McShane’s, Kramer & Leonard open house on Thursday was a “wedding” of sorts, celebrating the merger of McShane’s Inc, of Munster, and Kramer & Leonard Office Products in Chesterton.
Flaherty & Collins Properties Selected by City of Valparaiso for TOD Project Featuring Journeyman Distillery
Flaherty & Collins Properties has been selected by the City of Valparaiso to negotiate and develop a proposed $120 million mixed-use, transit-oriented project that will include over 500 apartments and 12,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space at the site of the former Anco factory. Journeyman Distillery, based out of Three Oaks, Michigan, will serve as the anchor tenant. As part of the construction, Journeyman would rehab a nearly 130,000 square foot office building. The project also includes 25,000 square feet of commercial office space.