Northwest Bancshares, Inc., (NasdaqGS: NWBI) announced net income for the quarter ended Sept. 30 of $38.1 million, or $0.30 per diluted share. This represents an increase of $4.6 million, or 13.9%, compared with the same quarter last year when net income was $33.4 million, or $0.31 per dilut…
INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers 60 years old and older have always been at the highest risk for serious symptoms of or death from COVID-19.
U.S. Rep. Jim Banks announced Oct. 29 that Service Academy Day, originally scheduled for Oct. 31 at the Air National Guard base, will be rescheduled for a to-be-determined date.
Joshua’s Hand announced Oct. 29 that the Joshua Works Workforce Development Initiative Cohort 2 has begun accepting applications. Joshua's Hand, a 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2013, is the parent organization of the Joshua Works Workforce Development Initiative.
Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne and Warsaw are holding a Virtual Statewide Internship Fair 9-11 a.m. Nov. 5. The event will include information from Ivy Tech Fort Wayne Career Experiences Specialists, an employer panel, and employer breakout sessions where students can connect directly…
Fort Wayne audiologist Dr. Kristina Sheehan is looking for the community’s support to win a national contest that will benefit a local nonprofit.
Dozens of owners and employees of the region’s manufacturers gathered Oct. 27 for KPC Media and Regional Chamber of Northeast Indiana’s inaugural Northeast Indiana Manufacturing Awards.
HUNTERTOWN — From API Alliance’s inception in 1994 the Huntertown business has enjoyed steady growth — even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As Indiana’s statewide offices go, attorney general sounds pretty glamorous. Simply put, the Indiana attorney general’s office isn’t what a lot of people think it is.
CHURUBUSCO — From a small shop in a Churubusco man’s garage to an international company, C&A Tool has only seen growth over that past five decades.
My friend’s sister was sad about Fort Wayne’s Johnny Appleseed Festival being canceled this year due to COVID-19 like the rest of us. However, she was bummed that she wouldn’t be able to buy the maple creams from Sweet Tooth Chocolates and Fountain Rental of Kendallville, which normally is a…
INDIANAPOLIS — A Kendallville resident’s question took the spotlight Oct. 27 in the second and final debate of candidates for Indiana governor.
City Council approved the 2021 city budget Oct. 27 after several weeks of discussion with department heads as they sought ways to cut spending from the $186 million proposed by the city.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana received approval Oct. 26 to continue its successful alternative to traditional Medicaid expansion — the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) — for 10 more years. This allows the state to continue health coverage for more than 572,000 low-income adult Hoosiers.
Dozens of representatives of Northeast Indiana's manufacturers attended the first Northeast Indiana Manufacturing Awards on Oct. 27 at Ramada Plaza, Fort Wayne. The breakfast event was co-hosted by KPC Media, publisher of the Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly, and the Regional Chamber of No…
MERRILLVILLE — Northern Indiana Public Service Company announced that it will bring an additional 900 megawatts to Indiana with the Dunns Bridge I, Dunns Bridge II and Cavalry Solar Energy Centers as part of the company’s long-term generation strategy.
ANGOLA — A new report from The Chronicle of Higher Education on how the COVID-19 pandemic and calls for racial justice are impacting higher educational curriculum highlights Trine University’s Department of Criminal Justice.
ANGOLA — Though the COVID-19 pandemic has eliminated large in-person events such as college fairs, high school students preparing to graduate and their families still need information about available options.
Less than a month since Amazon opened a 150,000-square-foot delivery station out by the airport comes word the company plans to build a new, $60 million, 629,186-square-foot facility also out by the airport.
Below is the text of a letter send from U.S. Rep. Jim Banks, R-3rd, to Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb:
NEW HAVEN — COVID-19 will not stop the New Haven Chamber of Commerce from holding its annual dinner/fundraising event. This year, however, there will be no clinking of silverware on plates, no napkins, no tablecloths, no waitresses delivering steaming hot food to nearly 200 people at the Orc…
Beginning Oc. 28, the gates will be open on The Landing in downtown Fort Wayne, allowing for vehicular traffic to drive through that section of West Columbia Street between Calhoun and Harrison streets, weekdays, 7 a.m.–5 p.m. The open gates will give residents the option to be dropped off a…
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Savery Vegan Grill is a family-owned business. Teresa George and her two adult children, Bradley and Brittany George, began their first foray into the restaurant business in November 2018. After going vegan they decided to open a vegan restaurant. Their purpose was two-fold. They wanted show…
When Ayman Elswerky and his wife, Mayyadah Dour, decided to serve some of their homemade recipes out of a small downtown Fort Wayne gas station, they didn’t expect to receive enough positive reception to warrant opening a full-fledged restaurant just three months later.
Amid more publicized contests for the Indiana governor’s office and the General Assembly, the state’s third branch of government — the judiciary — also will have a presence on the Nov. 3 general election ballot.
The Allen County-Fort Wayne Capital Improvement Board has given its blessing to the revised plan laid out to redevelop the old General Electric campus on Broadway into Electric Works.
If you’re from the Midwest, the words “gas station food” likely conjure up images of hot dogs glistening on rollers, pizza and chicken under a heat lamp or nacho cheese by the pump – not exactly fresh fare.
Kelley Automotive Group planned to complete construction this week of its Jaguar Land Rover dealership at 905 Grand National Drive by Menards in southwest Fort Wayne.
When it comes to the great debates of the 21st century, a few arguments never fail to stir hullabaloo: Democrat vs. Republican; baseball or football; COVID-19 mask or no COVID-19 mask?
Sheila Mertens chose an unlikely place to open Sheila Kay’s Bakery & Catering. In September 2019, she began her culinary journey in a drafty tent, on a 40-acre gravel lot, an hour north of Fort Wayne. She was a fledgling vendor among other vendors who sold primitives, hand-painted signs,…
According to owner Demetrius Bostic, family, fresh ingredients and consistency are the keys to Lewis Street Grill’s success. Its authentic and delicious food is a result of cooking with and learning from generations of his family. Food is made to order.
Women-led and owned businesses have a new option to pursue innovation and growth. The NIIC EmPWR Program is launching an Innovation Mindset Mastermind, which will guide business owners and entrepreneurs through an innovation capacity growth process. This differs from typical masterminds, whi…
ANGOLA — Steuben County REMC has taken a significant step forward in bringing broadband to rural Steuben County with the purchase of the Steuben County Fiber Network, perhaps better known as iMAN, an REMC news release said.
“It’s great to be back home again,” Vice President Mike Pence told a crowd of supporters at a hangar at Fort Wayne International Airport on Oct. 22.
INDIANAPOLIS — With greater community transmission of COVID-19 around the state, the virus is now snaking its way back into long-term care facilities and impacting populations of vulnerable residents with often deadly effect.
INDIANAPOLIS — Unemployment across Northeast Indiana continued its decline yet is still running well beyond where it was a year ago, before the coronavirus outbreak that struck in March.
Local government and health care experts on Oct. 21 provided a medical update on the COVID-19 pandemic as cases continue to increase locally.