The Genesis Convention Center has had little athletic opportunities for fans since the Gary Steelheads folded. Jewell Harris, former CEO for the Steelheads, and Chuck Hughes, executive director for the Gary Chamber of Commerce, discuss the building's options.
GARY │ The Gary Chamber of Commerce on Monday took a step back to 1955, particularly to the Gary Roosevelt and Indianapolis Attucks basketball teams playing in the high school state championship game.
Chuck Hughes believes the 1955 Gary Roosevelt and Indianapolis Attucks basketball teams have been kicked aside like an old pair of shoes.
At first, Danita Johnson Hughes was a bit hesitant to take the lead at Edgewater Systems for Balanced Living in Gary.
Gary Chamber Executive Director Chuck Hughes reflects on a busy 2012, which featured a visit from the Jacksons, Olympic Gold-Medalist Gabby Douglas and a new year with press conference by new Indiana Governor Mike Pence.
GARY | Gary has an international airport, beautiful lakefront and an image problem.
Chuck Hughes is executive director of the Gary Chamber of Commerce.
Chuck Hughes knows a lot of people. It's his job as executive director of the Gary Chamber of Commerce, an organization in dire need of feel-good stories.
Gary residents can expect “four days of celebration” while Michael Jackson's mother and his three children return to the late singer's hometown.
GARY | On July 12, 2012 at 1:00 p.m., Chuck Hughes, Executive Director of the Gary Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a meeting with Dr. Tony Bennett, Superintendent of Public Instruction at the Chamber office located at 839 Broadway, Suite S103, Gary, IN 46402.
Taste of Love Cafe manager Daphne Scull hopes baseball fans visiting Gary for this weekend's NCAA action find the downtown restaurant, even if it's closed.
The Steel City is ready for its close-up. The first Gary International Black Film Festival unreels Friday in a city of faded marquees and derelict cinemas.
Gary hasn't had much to smile and thump its chest about. Most of its bright, young future can't wait to get out of town.
You know how excitable Chuck Hughes can get.
MERRILLVILLE | San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich stopped by for lunch Friday, a joyous homecoming celebration he never expected.
Ex-Roosevelt basketball star Chuck Hughes was a prolific scorer who had no conscience, no need for help, and never met a shot he didn't like.
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