A growing number of orders for electric vans to be built in Mishawaka

MISHAWAKA, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) -- Michigan-based Electric Last Mile [...]

By |2021-03-16T21:15:12-04:004 weeks ago|Business, Indiana News, Inside INdiana Business, News|Comments Off on A growing number of orders for electric vans to be built in Mishawaka

Bethel University names interim president

The Bethel University Board of Trustees has selected Dr. Barbara Bellefeuille as the university's interim president.

By |2021-01-25T16:02:29-05:003 months ago|Business, Indiana News, Inside INdiana Business, News|Comments Off on Bethel University names interim president

EV maker to bring hundreds of jobs to Mishawaka

The previously-announced decision by Michigan-based Electric Last Mile Inc. to establish operations at the former AM General plant in Mishawaka could bring nearly 1,000 jobs to the St. Joseph County city by the end of 2024.

Bethel University adds extension studies program

Bethel University will partner with churches to allow students to take online courses and practicum experiences in an Extension Studies Program.

Lighthouse Autism Center purchases Autism Therapy Services

Mishawaka-based Lighthouse Autism Center has announced the acquisition of Autism Therapy Services LLC, based in the greater-Indianapolis market. Lighthouse operates nine facilities in Indiana after first opening in Mishawaka in 2012.

South Bend-based AM General & Fiat Chrysler to build military-grade Jeeps

Nearly 80 years since the first jeep rolled off the assembly line, and helped support American soldiers throughout World War Two, it appears the trusted four-wheel-drive machine may be making a comeback in the U.S. military. South Bend-based AM General LLC has teamed up with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to build military-grade versions of the new 2020 Jeep Gladiator pickup truck.

By |2019-10-16T14:03:37-04:00October 16th, 2019|Business, Indiana News, Inside INdiana Business, News|Comments Off on South Bend-based AM General & Fiat Chrysler to build military-grade Jeeps

Bayer layoffs in Mishawaka to begin in November, nearly 200 workers affected

One of the last facilities in Indiana with the name Bayer, a company deeply rooted in northern Indiana history, will close in November. The Germany-based pharmaceutical and agricultural company sent a WARN letter to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development that it will begin layoffs on November 8 at the customer logistics service center in Mishawaka.

By |2019-09-06T14:55:20-04:00September 6th, 2019|Business, Indiana News, Inside INdiana Business, News|Comments Off on Bayer layoffs in Mishawaka to begin in November, nearly 200 workers affected