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Remain vigilant about scammers this summer

Article provided As summer begins, many homeowners across Indiana will begin planning for home improvement and repair projects. For some, those projects may become needlessly expensive and frustrating if they hire an unscrupulous contractor who does not perform the work… Continue Reading →

Whitley County EDC launches newly created logo, branding

Article provided Whitley County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) announces the launch of its new brand and website as part of the ongoing evolution and growth of the organization. Whitley EDC serves as the main point of contact for industry and… Continue Reading →

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Japanese steakhouse ‘Tokyo’ is coming to downtown Columbia City

By Brooke Kinder If you’ve long dreamed of enjoying sushi or  Habachi in downtown Columbia City, you won’t be waiting much longer. Signs appeared this week noting that a recently refurbished storefront at 116 West Van Buren Street will soon become… Continue Reading →

Annual Antique Alley coming to downtown Columbia City on July 31

By Brooke Kinder Whether antiques are your passion or you love the occasional vintage find to spark interest in your home, you’ll want to attend the First Annual Antique Alley in the alley adjacent to the Whitley County Government Center… Continue Reading →

$20M in grants earmarked for Indiana’s manufacturers via Manufacturing Readiness Grant program

Article provided Applications for the Manufacturing Readiness Grant program, which was launched to stimulate private sector investments to modernize Indiana’s manufacturing sector, have re-opened to Indiana manufacturers across the state. Administered by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) in partnership… Continue Reading →

Brooks Walker joins Community Foundation of Whitley County staff

From reports September McConnell, executive director of the Community Foundation of Whitley County, has announced the addition of Brooks Walker to the full-time staff of the Community Foundation.   Walker has served the Foundation as a summer intern for the… Continue Reading →

Changes coming to Hoosier youth employment law

From reports Effective July 1, 2021, schools will no longer issue work permits for minor employees (under age 18). Instead, employers who employ five or more minor employees will now be responsible for tracking and reporting minor-employee information via the… Continue Reading →

Ted Baker to lead Northeast Indiana Innovation Center (NIIC)

From reports Today, The NIIC Board Chair Larry Rowland announced that the NIIC’s Board of Directors has appointed Ted Baker as the Interim President & CEO of The NIIC effective July 1, 2021. Ted Baker is the Executive Director and… Continue Reading →

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