First Financial Bank hosts Financial Resource Fair

The Gary, Indiana First Financial Bank location recently supplied a financial resource fair and open house for the local community and neighbors. As a community...

NIPSCO V.P. of Communications to address Chamber luncheon

The Gary Chamber of Commerce will hold its next Monthly General Membership Luncheon on Monday, February 11, 2019 at the Gary SouthShore RailCats Administration...

Centier Bank Celebrates Continued Growth in 2018 

2018 was a year filled with highlights for Centier Bank, including passing the $4 billion asset milestone in the second quarter of 2018. The...

Assessor Kaegi extends deadline for senior exemptions

Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi announced recently that his office has extended the deadline for the Senior Citizen and Senior Freeze Exemption applications for...

Black Women Talk Tech Conference Is Giving $100,000 To A Deserving...

By Sequoia Blodgett, Black Enterprise The Black Women Talk Tech conference is back for its 3rd annual conference, and this year it’s jam-packed with great speakers, lots of...

The New 2018 Tax Law

By Constant W. Watson III, CPA, Contributing Writer The “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” that was recently passed, will have an impact on just about...

Our Financial Lives After the Government Shutdown

36 days! That was the historic amount of time that our federal government was shut down at the direction of the President, and it...

Ryan Companies announces new project in Pullman Crossings

New Speculative Industrial Building Slated for Chicago/Pullman Community Ryan Companies US Inc. announced recently that they will develop and build a 400,000 square foot speculative...

CREATE program partners host unique networking event

Professionals representing certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise firms, small businesses, public agencies, major freight and passenger railroads and prime contractors gathered at Kennedy King College...

Ain’t She Sweet Cafe drops plan to open eatery in Woodlawn

Crusader Staff Report Ain’t She Sweet Café, the successful and popular Black-owned eatery in Bronzeville, has dropped plans to open a new location in Woodlawn. In...