Saturday March 24 11:27 pm

Spotlighting events along the south shore of Lake Michigan


INDOT Takes Customer Service to the Next Level with INDOT4U


The Indiana Department of Transportation today announced the launch of INDOT4U, a new model for customer service that makes it easier than ever for customers to contact the agency and get questions answered and problems resolved.

Free Assistance for Low-Income and Senior Taxpayers: DOR offers in-person and online assistance to Hoosiers


Customers in need of tax preparation assistance are encouraged to take advantage of the free services offered by the Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) and other reputable organizations. Programs are available for both low-income and senior taxpayers.

Bishop Noll Alumna makes a Difference at IU

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From her mom to her first-grade teacher to her teachers at Bishop Noll, a number of strong women influenced Marissa Radziwiecki growing up. Now as a senior at IU, the East Chicago native and Bishop Noll Class of 2014 alumna, has welcomed every opportunity to pay it forward to the next generation.

Porter County arboretum now operating as Gabis Arboretum at Purdue Northwest


Purdue University Northwest, through a generous gift from the Taltree Arboretum & Gardens Foundation’s Board of Directors and Damien and Rita Gabis, is now operating the 300-plus-acre arboretum near Valparaiso long known as Taltree Arboretum & Gardens.

INDOT Releases I-69 Section 6 Final Environmental Impact Statement

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The final leg of Interstate 69 in Indiana is a step closer to completion with the release of the Tier 2 Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) and Record of Decision (ROD) for I-69 Section 6. In addition to increasing economic activity in the Martinsville to Indianapolis corridor, I-69 Section 6 will improve safety and travel times for motorists.

DOR Programs Recoup Tax Dollars for Vital Services


The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) continues to uncover ways to help individuals and businesses be compliant with tax laws to ensure funding is provided to vital state and local services.

Attorney General Curtis Hill releases advisory on Indiana gun law following tragic mass shooting in Florida


Attorney General Curtis Hill is sending out a public safety advisory today to increase awareness of Indiana’s “Red Flag Law,” a statute enacted in 2005 allowing law enforcement officers to take possession of firearms from people they believe to be dangerous as defined in the statute. Indiana is one of five states in the nation to have such laws.

AG Curtis Hill joins multistate coalition urging Supreme Court to allow officers to act to protect public safety


Attorney General Curtis Hill announced today that he is part of a coalition of 10 states that filed a friend-of-the-court brief in a U.S. Supreme Court case that could make it more difficult for police to do their jobs.