ANGOLA — Steuben County’s concentration of COVID-19 cases continues to grow in the younger age groups, weekly information produced by the Steuben County Health Department says. Read more
INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers got a taste of summer over Memorial Day weekend, but state officials are warning that people shouldn’t get complacent and forget about taking safety precautions.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric J. Holcomb and the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration on Monday announced that the state will provide nearly $1 million to distribute the opioid reversal agent naloxone to ensure the medication reaches Hoosiers who are at-risk of overdose.
A brand-new signature business event has been announced this week by KPC Media Group, Inc., publisher of Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly, to bring together the leaders in manufacturing in Northeast Indiana, and to recognize outstanding and historic companies in the sector.
SHIPSHEWANA — While many area towns and cities are canceling their festival scheduled for the summer of 2020, Shipshewana is moving forward with a new festival in late July.
Whether extracurricular activities will be back to normal at Indiana schools this fall remains to be seen, but students expecting to study abroad in August are already seeing their plans come to a halt.
INDIANAPOLIS — The number of Hoosiers who have contracted COVID-19 is likely about 11 times higher than the number of known cases, estimated at about 186,000 people total.
A deadly pandemic, shuttered businesses and anticipated lower tax collections are among the reasons given to Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry on why he should deny Electric Works’ developer a fifth extension on the project.