INDIANAPOLIS — Unemployment is all but nonexistent in Northeast Indiana.
SOLV Holdings, an Ambassador Enterprises affiliate, recently announced it acquired a majority position in QuikCut, an advanced metal fabricator and contract manufacturer. SOLV focuses on identifying prospective partners that embody “a legacy of success, innovative offerings, and strong cultu…
Fort Wayne City Council had no trouble at its Jan. 25 meeting voting in favor of a bill that would change the way the city selects its trash and recycling providers.
KENDALLVILLE — Kendallville now officially has an architect hired to design its $2 million facade project downtown and at a cost significantly lower than the original number floated for design services.
After losing in the U.S. Supreme Court, OSHA on Jan. 25 announced it would withdraw its Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard the next day.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s unemployment rate fell from 3.0% in November to 2.7% in December — a record low for the state dating back to 1976, according to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD).
GRABILL — Grabill Hardware is celebrating the official transition of ownership from Claude Schrock to his son, Len Schrock and business partner Jim Gerig. The business also recognizes their belated 90th anniversary.
AUBURN — After months of anticipation, negotiations and planning, the sale of the Sotheby’s RM Auction property off of C.R. 11-A in Auburn is complete and plans are moving forward for the property’s future.
Steel Dynamics, Inc. (NASDAQ/GS: S`TLD) on Jan. 24 announced fourth-quarter 2021 and annual financial results that included a 92% increase and record net sales and a quadrupling of operating income to a record $4.3 billion compared to last year. Looking toward 2022, the company plans to inve…
WPTA’s ABC21 television channel will introduce a 7 p.m. newscast in February, providing the region with a new option for live, local news and weather coverage.
The Allen County treasurer’s report on investment activity in 2021 provided a snapshot of how the current economy is affecting Allen County.
KENDALLVILLE — George Osburn Witwer, publisher emeritus and principal owner of KPC Media Group Inc., died unexpectedly but peacefully the afternoon of Jan. 20, at his home in Key West, Florida. He was 92.
AUBURN — The DeKalb Chamber Partnership on Jan. 19 celebrated the opening of its modern coworking and collaboration space with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
East Haven Tavern, 635 Green St, New Haven, had a sign up that said, "RIP Betty White." The actress died Dec. 31 ahead of what would have been her 100th birthday Jan. 17. White played numerous roles on TV in a career that started in 1949 and included "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" in the 1970s,…
Centier Bank, Indiana’s largest private, family-owned bank, will be the featured company on an upcoming national broadcast of the award-winning educational series, “Viewpoint with Dennis Quaid.” The series depicts stories of industry-leading organizations, with preceding episodes highlightin…
The Allen County War Memorial Coliseum's Fort Wayne Farm Show featured educational seminars, cutting-edge technology and some impressively large farm machinery. More than 1,000 vendors were on hand to answer questions and meet the needs of today’s farming community during the show, Jan. 18-20.
How long have you been community and economic development director for the city of New Haven and what are the main duties that the job entails?
Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry announced Jan. 20 that the city of Fort Wayne’s Community Development Division, in partnership with the Cincinnati-based company Model Group, will continue the revitalization of The Landing.
Eagle Marsh will welcome even more community events in 2022. The staff of Little River Wetlands Project outlined goals and listed key dates via Breakfast on the Marsh, presented in person and digitally Jan. 13.
City of Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry, Fort Wayne Police Department Police Chief Steve Reed and Fort Wayne Fire Department Fire Chief Eric Lahey provided a public safety recap for 2021 and announced plans for 2022 on Jan. 19.
Employees from Valero Renewables Bluffton ethanol plant gifted a $15,000 grant to Erin’s House for Grieving Children on Dec. 13. Funds were raised through the Valero Energy Foundation as part of its 2021 Benefit for Children. The fundraising effort generated more than $15 million to be distr…
Fort Wayne’s beleaguered trash hauler, Red River Waste Solutions, likely will continue to provide trash pickup for the city for the next 4-6 months as the city seeks a new trash hauler with the financial wherewithal and management capability to take over.
WASHINGTON — The United States Mint has begun shipping the first coins in the American Women Quarters (AWQ) Program. These circulating quarters honoring Maya Angelou are manufactured at the Mint facilities in Philadelphia and Denver. Coins featuring additional honorees will begin shipping la…
AUBURN — Two weeks after being appointed chief of the Auburn Police Department, Corey Heffelfinger received more recognition from the city during Jan. 13’s Board of Works and Public Safety meeting.
The producer price index for final demand slowed sharply to a 0.2% increase in December, undershooting the consensus forecast of a 0.4% increase, and slowing from a 0.8% increase in November. December’s increase was the slowest in 13 months. Holding down the headline increase, final demand e…
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Former Southwest Allen County Schools Superintendent Philip Downs was honored along with other state Superintendent of the Year winners for 2020 and 2021.
FREMONT — In light of the June 2021 tornado that swept through Fremont, coupled with the deadly tornadoes that ripped through Kentucky in late December, killing scores of people, Cardinal IG is working to establish its own weather spotter program, the company announced Jan. 14.
COLUMBIA CITY — Titus Group, the world’s leader in supplying high-volume cabinet hardware components, recently announced the acquisition of Precision Plastics in Columbia City.
PITTSBURGH — The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. on Jan. 18 reported full-year 2021 net income of $5.7 billion, and fourth-quarter net income of $1.3 billion.
INDIANAPOLIS — COVID-19 has been hitting schools much harder than a year ago and the cracks have started to show as local districts have had to cancel in-person classes due to large outages of students and staff.
AUBURN — Visions, dreams and potential future growth opportunities fill the large wooden table inside Mayor Mike Ley’s office off 9th Street inside City Hall.