Economy

Compton Ice Arena youth hockey events contribute $12.5M to local economy


Former Jayco employee speaks out about potential layoffs


Local business leaders, politicians celebrate regional economic success


RV shipments expected to decline in 2019


Garth Brooks fills up as many hotels as a marquee Notre Dame game


US stock benchmarks close at record highs


Study says cigarettes, e-cigarettes are economic complements, not alternatives


Tax hike fuels jump in Indiana gas prices since last year


Gas prices are high, and crude oil price is why


RV industry is booming, but it isn't without concerns


Gas prices may soon stop rising


SF Motors unveils new smart cars to be made at Mishawaka plant


RV industry has record-breaking year, looks for higher numbers in 2018


US hiring jumps after hurricanes as employers add 261K jobs


Fed leaves key rate unchanged but hints at future hikes


Governor Holcomb hands out money for road improvements


Mishawaka experiences growth and has the hotels to prove it


Dow has its first close above 22,000


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