Hoosier companies partner on medical device component

Two Indiana companies are teaming up on the development of a metal technology to be used in medical devices.

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Rental assistance program deadline approaching

Indianapolis residents wanting to take advantage of the city's Rental Assistance Program have a short time left to apply. The city says the deadline for applications is 5 p.m. Wednesday for residents, and 5 p.m. December 9 for landlords to complete their portion of the application.

Lake City Bank hits record quarterly profit

Warsaw-based Lakeland Financial Corp. is reporting record third quarter net income of $22.8 million, up from $21.5 million during the same period last year.

FDA gives clearance to Warsaw company’s pediatric bone repair system

The Kosciusko County company says the medical device has been in use across Asia and Europe since 2009.

Ivy Tech campuses selected for apprenticeship programs

The U.S. Department of Labor has selected Ivy Tech Community College as one of 18 organizations in the country to oversee the development of Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs.

Near record enrollment fuels changes at Grace College

The 2020 class at Grace College is the second-largest in school history and leaders say the increase has led to a more diversified accelerated master's degree programs and a new partnership with Purdue University. Grace's incoming class is 13% larger than last year and totals 1,901 students this semester.