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Riley Hospital ranks among best in country Riley Hospital for Children at IU was ranked among U.S. News and World Report’s 2018-2019 Best Children’s Hospitals. Riley is the only children’s hospital in Indiana to receive national ranking.  ...

Gary airport continues expansion

The Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority Board approved a contract with Burling Builders to start construction on a new corporate hangar. The new structure, known as the East Corporate Hanger, will cost nearly $1.3 million and is in line ...

First Quarter 2018: Boardroom Briefs

US House backs national park designation for Indiana Dunes A bill to make the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore a national park cleared the U.S. House with a unanimous voice vote, sending it to the Senate for consideration. As of press time, the ...

Third Quarter 2017: Boardroom Briefs

Woman-owned business constructing new HQ, adding hundreds of Hoosier jobs Knowledge Services, an information technology and professional services company, plans to build new headquarters in Hamilton County and create up to 400 new jobs by 2021. ...

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Anderson lands Japan-based automotive supplier Global automotive supplier NTK Precision Axel Corp. will invest approximately $92 million in Anderson, Indiana, with the construction of a new manufacturing facility. The building will be roughly ...

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Japanese auto supplier expands production in Madison County ELSA Corporation increased its automotive parts production in Indiana to support growth at Subaru of Indiana Automotive in Lafayette. The company plans to create a total of 114 new jobs ...

Indiana private colleges offer STEM courses for teachers

Teachers across the state have the opportunity to gain additional expertise in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at no cost through offerings at Indiana’s private colleges through STEM Teach II. The STEM Teach II initiative ...

Zoeller commends federal call to expand funding for opioid addiction treatment

As co-chair of Indiana’s Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Task Force, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller said he commends the recent federal proposal to expand funding for addiction treatment programs targeting prescription drug and heroin ...

IndyGo Red Line selected for federal funding

The Federal Transit Administration released its Smalls Starts funding recommendations for the 2017 federal fiscal year including a $75 million award for the construction of IndyGo’s Red Line Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project. The grant adds to more ...

Indiana gets ‘C’ on March of Dimes premature birth report card

Indiana earned a “C” on the 2015 March of Dimes Premature Birth Report Card, which for the first time graded the state’s cities and revealed persistent disparities among communities and among racial and ethnic groups. Indiana’s preterm ...