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FORT WAYNE (August 29, 2016) — Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly will honor 20 individuals under the age of 34 who are making a difference on the job and in their communities during its third annual 20 Millennials Making a Difference Awards. The young professionals were chosen by a panel of distinguished judges for their dedication and determination.
Steuben County’s Lance Price of Price Automation LLC was one of the 20 entrepreneurs to be chosen.
Price Automation LLC…
INDIANAPOLIS (Aug. 25, 2016) – The state will honor 14 innovative and entrepreneurial firms as Indiana Companies to Watch tonight in Indianapolis. The companies, which represent Elkhart, Hamilton, Marion, Monroe, Posey, Steuben, St. Joseph, Vigo and Whitley counties, operate in a number of growing Hoosier industries, including advanced manufacturing, life sciences, logistics and tech.
“Today, more Hoosiers are working now than ever before in our state’s 200-year…
FREMONT, IN (August 19, 2016) Good news for Fremont as the price tag on a major street repair project was $34,000 less than anticipated.
Clerk-Treasurer Kathy Parsons said at Tuesday’s Fremont Town Council meeting the cost was $568,272 for work done by E&B Paving, Fort Wayne. It was supposed to be $602,272, but cost savings came in the sidewalks, grading and seeding. She said project costs frequently change on finished work. The project was completed about a month ago.
Executive Director, Steuben County Economic Development Corporation
The Steuben County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Executive Director. Located in northeast Indiana at the crossroads of Interstate 69 and Interstate 80/90, Steuben County is home to more than 101 lakes, Pokagon State Park, Trine University, historic downtowns, strong community leadership and a vibrant local economy. Steuben County is also part of a dynamic…
ANGOLA, IN (August 17, 2016) The city has cleared the way for Trine University to proceed with its proposed Thunder Ice Arena.
The Angola Common Council acted on recommendations Monday from the Angola Plan Commission to rezone property in the 700 block of West Maumee Street and vacate Railroad and Saginaw streets. Both actions are needed for arena construction.
Trine is preparing to construct the 700-seat, 46,200-square-foot-Thunder Ice Arena. It will serve as the home of Trine’s…
ANGOLA, IN (August 17, 2016) The city of Angola wants a state-certified technology park and started beginning infrastructure toward it Monday. The planned park will be located at the Interstate 69 and U.S. 20 intersection.
The Angola Common Council approved an agreement with HWC Engineering, Indianapolis, for $188,040 for technology park infrastructure improvements. Payment will come from the city’s local option income tax funding.
Angola Plan Director Vivian Likes said the park is…
ANGOLA, IN (Aug. 12, 2016) The Indiana Economic Development Corporation approved $2.8 million in funding for Trine University’s Thunder Ice Arena and MTI Center, following a recommendation.
The funds recommended by the Northeast Indiana Regional Development Authority will be disbursed within 35 days. The RDA is responsible for distributing $42 million in funds granted to the 11-county region through Indiana’s Regional Cities Initiative, established last year.
LAKE JAMES (Aug 12, 2016) — The annual All-Night Star Spectacular will be held this weekend at Pokagon State Park.
The event, in its 29th year, is a joint effort of the Pokagon State Park Interpretive Services, the Astronomical Society of Hillsdale County and other local astronomers.
Activities begin at 8 p.m. Saturday and run through midnight. From 8-9:30 p.m. visitors will be able to see equipment on display and hear informal explanations of telescopes and related data.…
ANGOLA, IN (Aug 10, 2016) – Trine University supporters came together Friday on the links of Zollner Golf Course for fun, food and fundraising.
A total of 71 teams raised more than $97,000 at the 26th Annual Alumni & Friends Scholarship Golf Outing, setting records for participation and total money raised at this event.
First place was won by Kappa Sigma alumni Alex Lorencz, Shawn Floyd, Andrew Lesher and Mat Iacobelli. Second place was captured by a team representing the Risk…
ANGOLA, IN (Aug. 5, 2016) Ollie’s Bargain Outlet has a new location in Angola. The store opened its doors on Wednesday to a large crowd looking to save a few bucks. Ollie’s has brand name merchandise that is up to 75% off the original retail price.
Ollie’s Bargain Outlet is one of America’s largest retailers of closeouts, excess inventory, and salvage merchandise. Our 216 “semi-lovely” stores sell merchandise of all descriptions and some beyond…