A vast majority of business leaders in Allen County believe northeast Indiana is on the right track for business development and for job growth.
Ruoff Home Mortgage Co. announced plans to build new headquarters in downtown Fort Wayne
A national association of healthcare information executives has once again honored Fort Wayne-based Parkview Health for its commitment to using advanced technologies in their clinical and business operations. The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives says Parkview is ranked in the 97th percentile of organizations surveyed for the program, earning a “Most Wired” distinction.
“The opportunity to support Gov. Holcomb’s goal to achieve the lowest infant mortality rate among Midwestern states by 2024 is compelling.”
Fort Wayne-based Parkview Health has launched a specialty pharmacy program to support patients who have complex medication needs, requiring prescriptions that can often reach thousands of dollars.
Fifteen budding Fort Wayne-area businesses are being teamed up with more established companies to help the young companies bridge the gap from startup to success. Greater Fort Wayne Inc. announced its first round of entrepreneurs which will be paired with “bridge investors.”
The Fort Wayne-based Northeast Indiana Innovation Center has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration to help underrepresented entrepreneurs, such as minorities, women-owned and rural-based businesses, develop their small, high-tech firms.
A message seeking comment was left Thursday for the suspect’s attorney.
He ran unsuccessfully in the 2016 Republican primary election for northeastern Indiana’s 3rd District, losing to eventual U.S. Rep. Jim Banks.
Last month, the attorney general announced a "zero tolerance" policy that any adult who enters the country illegally is criminally prosecuted.