New cancer care services in La Porte
MICHIGAN CITY — Indiana’s sportsbooks reversed their February dip, using a completely home-grown NCAA Tournament to push monthly betting volume past the $300 million mark.
Emotions do not start and stop. Emotions are continuous interpretations of our world. In the 1970s Walter Mischel’s studies demonstrated our ability to control our impulses has a huge impact on our entire life. Children who were able to postpone gratification of one marshmallow for the rewar…
La PORTE — Northwest Health – La Porte has been selected as one of the Best Maternity Care Hospitals in the United States, one of only six Indiana hospitals to receive the distinction.
MICHIGAN CITY — Michigan City-based Sullair, which produces compressed air products, will have new leadership after its president/CEO was promoted within parent company Hitachi and will relocate to Japan.
HAMMOND/WESTVILLE — Purdue University Northwest researchers at the Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation are leading a team using a $7 million federal grant to improve steelmaking processes.
NEW CARLISLE — Rainfield Farm joined other Community Supported Agriculture business farmers across the country to celebrate CSA Week last week.
LAS VEGAS — Boyd Gaming Corporation reported solid financial results for the fourth quarter to end a challenging year for the casino and hospitality firm.
Pandemic fatigue is upon us as we start our second year of working and living under the cloud of COVID-19. Many companies that have survived are focused on doing the work. “Focused” may be the wrong term since “lack of focus” is one result of the fatigue.
LAS VEGAS — Indiana sportsbooks opened 2021 with yet another impressive month, setting the state’s wagering record for a fifth consecutive month with nearly $350 million and posting a new high in revenue.
MERRILLVILLE — With final funds provided by the Legacy Foundation, Lakeshore Public Media has completed the final phase of its critical system infrastructure upgrades.
MICHIGAN CITY — Shady Creek Winery broke ground Thursday on a major building expansion designed to transform the business and property into a state-of-the-art winery destination within the Midwest.
PORTAGE — Ports of Indiana has announced that Ian Hirt has resigned after four years as port director of Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor, effective May 3.
Desired change means it is something people want to do. This is Fogg Maxim No. 1: Help people do what they already want to do. Understanding Behavior Design is the first step to achieving any desired change. BJ Fogg, PhD, explains Behavior Design in his book “Tiny Habits” as B=MAP: Behavior …
LAS VEGAS — Indiana became the fifth state in U.S. history to surpass $300 million in bets in a month in December, ending 2020 with four consecutive record months, more than $1.75 billion in bets and passing $2 billion in lifetime wagers.