WEST LAFAYETTE — More than 1,400 students will hear their names called during Purdue University’s summer commencement.
LAFAYETTE — Last week, Franciscan Health held a blessing and dedication for a Safe Haven Baby Box at its Lafayette East campus. The device allows mothers in crisis to safely and anonymously surrender their infant to hospital staff.
LAFAYETTE — The Lafayette Fire Department is pleased to announce that it has secured a $10, 000 grant from State Farm Insurance to continue its mission of minimizing the loss of life and property through effective community education and other innovative programs.
WEST LAFAYETTE — President Mitch Daniels announced Friday that he and more than 160 college presidents and chancellors are committing to full student voter registration and participation through the “ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge.”
WEST LAFAYETTE — As researchers learn more about COVID-19 and its effect on human health, the need for that information to be accessed — and understood — quickly and easily is vital.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Purdue University will require and pay for all West Lafayette campus-bound students to be tested for COVID-19 before moving into residence halls and attending classes this fall.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Public camera footage of how people have responded so far to COVID-19 social distancing guidelines in spaces such as tourist spots and busy street corners could help inform new policies as the pandemic progresses.
LAFAYETTE – First Merchants Corporation, Indiana’s second largest financial services holding company, today announced it will donate to 21 Lafayette region nonprofit organizations supporting area communities negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The donation is part of a $1 million c…
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Grown reached an exciting milestone today as they celebrate five years of supporting Indiana agriculture. The initiative officially launched on July 7, 2015, and has continued to grow each year in both membership numbers and consumer awareness.
LAFAYETTE — Franciscan Health announced its Western Indiana hospitals, located in Rensselaer, Lafayette and Crawfordsville, changed their visitor restrictions as of Wednesday, July 1.
LAFAYETTE — State Farm Insurance Co. has donated $35,000 to help HomesteadCS continue its housing counseling and financial education programs.
INDIANAPOLIS — Michele McMahon has been elevated to associate dean for the graduate nursing programs with Purdue University Global, effective July 1.
WEST LAFAYETTE — You can’t spell Boilermaker without “maker.” During the COVID-19 pandemic, Purdue University has manufactured thousands of pieces of personal protective equipment, thanks to a donation of raw materials from 3M.
LAFAYETTE — Junior Achievement serving Greater Lafayette is a recent recipient of a $14,000 grant from State Farm Insurance to provide funding for high school JA Career Success programming.
WEST LAFAYETTE — In joint statements, the Purdue Interfraternity Council and the Purdue Cooperative Council said they will make the necessary adjustments to their off-campus housing operations by canceling large-scale events and activities of 150 people or more as defined by University and h…
WEST LAFAYETTE — Purdue University announced Thursday (June 18) that Bayer, a global life sciences company, intends to open Bayer at Convergence in Purdue’s Discovery Park District.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Purdue University is offering a new online version of its popular Wine Appreciation course, a study of the history of wine growing, global grape and wine production techniques, and the economic and political impact of the wine industry as part of modern agriculture.
WEST LAFAYETTE — A Purdue University team has come up with an approach to extend the shelf life for an N95 mask, which is one of the pieces of personal protective equipment being used by health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana PK-12 schools and higher education institutions can now apply for a needs-based, competitive $61.6 million grant program providing funding to improve remote learning.
LAFAYETTE – Food Finders Food Bank received a grant for $20,000 from Bayer Fund, which will be used to support Food Finders Food Bank’s Mobile Pantry Program that serves 16 counties in North Central Indiana.
(The Center Square) – Indiana residents are more in need of financial assistance during the coronavirus pandemic than residents in most other U.S. states.
MERRILLVILLE, Ind., July 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- NiSource Inc. (NYSE: NI) today announced that the company will host a conference call at 9:00 a.m. ET (8:00 a.m. CT) on August 5, 2020 to review its second quarter 2020 financial results, and to provide a general business update.
Democratic nominee Gary Davis, of LaPorte, officially launched his bid Tuesday to unseat state Sen. Mike Bohacek, R-Michiana Shores.
LOS ANGELES - A Newport Beach socialite who admitted paying $9,000 for a conspirator to take her son's online courses at Georgetown University, was sentenced Wednesday to five weeks in prison. Karen Littlefair was also ordered by U.S. District Judge Allison D. Burroughs to pay a $209,000 fine and serve 300 hours of community service. Littlefair, 57, became the 18th parent sentenced and the ...
If television's many platforms and networks and channels were not already confusing and taxing enough, now we get Peacock, from the Comcast-owned NBCUniversal. (The name references NBC's longtime logo, born at the dawn of color TV.) It is all Clash of the Titans nowadays, as one enormous mega-corporate conglomeration of banked, acquired or original intellectual content battles another for your ...
MINNEAPOLIS - The family of George Floyd is suing the city of Minneapolis and the four officers involved in his death, citing a failure in proper police training and a racist departmental culture that led to a "reckless disregard" of Floyd's civil rights. "This complaint shows what we have said all along, that Mr. Floyd died because the weight of the entire Minneapolis Police Department was on ...
NEW YORK - Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance's effort to get hold of President Donald Trump's taxes appears far from over, despite a historic Supreme Court ruling. Attorneys for Trump indicated in a federal court filing Wednesday they would bring new legal challenges against Vance's subpoena for the tax records. Trump will argue that the subpoena is too broad, among other challenges. Vance ...