Residents have until March 31 to move out of a contaminated housing complex. After that date, the city says remaining residents will be involuntarily relocated.
The money will help cover costs for organizations providing housing and social services to Indiana's homeless.
The Crawford II apartments will house up to 43 people who have been homeless for an extended period of time.
A complaint has been settled by the Department of Housing and Urban Development to give current and former East Chicago residents more time, money to relocate.
Officials hope USDA housing initiatives will eventually help recovering addicts in rural areas transition to healthier lives.
If you've moved back in with your parents, or if you're a parent whose child has moved home after attending college or university, we want to hear from you.
Hundreds of incoming Indiana University freshman aren't sure where they'll be living when classes start in a little more than three weeks.
A leading indicator for Indiana’s economy is highest in seven years in part because of growing confidence in the housing and automotive sectors.
Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann will announce whether the state will use funds from the U.S. Department of Treasury funds to tear down foreclosed properties.
The project is estimated to take two years to complete.