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 ...
Lafayette and West Lafayette offer small-town charm
By Arriel Vinson
The Wabash River passes through both Lafayette and West Lafayette, two historic Indiana cities. Lafayette was founded in 1825, with West Lafayette being founded about 35 years ...
Filling the gap
Contractors and freelancers and temps … oh, my
By Lauren Caggiano
Temporary, part-time or contract help can be a boon to companies facing tight budgets and tighter deadlines. But with the added help comes a need for employers to do their due ...
Made in Indiana
Eight products to make you proud to be a Hoosier
By Keshia McEntire
Founded by Julie Bolejack, Chocolate for the Spirit sells artisan chocolate in Indiana and beyond. The treats include chocolate bars, toffee and chocolate barks and are ...
Five tools for creating a paper-free office
By Keshia McEntire
While technology has all but rendered phonebooks and paper maps antiques, the usage of paper products has actually increased 126% in the past 20 years. According to the Paperles...
On the Scene
Women’s Fund hosts Michelle Obama
The Women’s Fund of Central Indiana brought a national role model to the Hoosier state for “A Moderated Conversation with Former First Lady Michelle Obama.” Jennifer Pope Baker, executive director of the ...
Winning Winter Wardrobe
By Amber Sapenter
Indiana winters can be brutal, especially when the temperatures don’t always remain consistent. Fall vibes on a Wednesday can quickly turn into freezing temperatures by Friday, and just when you think spring is about to break ...
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 ...
A City by the River
Evansville features fun, relaxation for all
Compiled by Abby Westcott
The City of Evansville, Indiana, was founded in 1812 on a scenic bend in the Ohio River. With a population of nearly 121,000 people in the city limits and more than 300,000 ...