CROWN POINT | A Hammond man is facing eight criminal charges in the weekend hit-and-run crash that killed a Gary man and seriously injured another.
GARY | An East Chicago man is suspected of drunken driving in a hit-and-run crash early Sunday on Cline Avenue that left one man dead and another critically injured, police said.
Andy Seeger, of Hebron, directs a truck carrying "Indiana 53" rock that is being laid as part of the work on a new roundabout intersection at Cline Avenue, 77th Avenue, Rohrman Road and Seberger Road near Chapel Lawn Cemetery.
SCHERERVILLE | Work continues for a safety enhancement project on a stretch of Cline Avenue in Schererville.
Cline Avenue is now restricted to one lane in each direction between Chicago Avenue and Michigan Street/5th Avenue as preparations begin for repaving the pothole-laden road.
Just a week ago, the front page of this newspaper provided a microcosm of what Indiana is all about.
HAMMOND | A 46-year-old Chicago man died Tuesday afternoon after jumping from Cline Avenue onto Calumet Avenue, police said.
When I was a young, idealistic writer for the Purdue University Calumet Chronicle, I wrote a great deal about two subjects - the U.S. Steel strike of 1986 and the sad condition of the Borman Expressway.
GARY | A Portage woman received injuries to her face early Saturday when she reportedly drove her car off a Cline Avenue ramp and hit a bridge abutment.
GARY | A semi hauling 73,000 pounds of scrap metal rolled over on the ramp to northbound Cline Avenue from the eastbound Borman Expressway on Tuesday, dumping the load and briefly closing both northbound Cline Avenue lanes.
I'm in full agreement with Sy Sarowitz of Schererville (Jan. 31). Why weren't the designers and builders of the Cline Avenue bridge held responsible for it's premature failure?
A worker spreads hot asphalt into a pothole in January on Cline Avenue near 169th Street in Hammond. The road has been plagued with potholes and was closed briefly in January to allow for patching after several cars were damaged.
A INDOT worker spreads hot asphalt into a pothole on Cline Avenue this winter. Indiana lawmakers have begun looking at alternatives to the gasoline tax for funding construction and maintenance of the state’s highways.
Did Cline Avenue and the closed, then demolished for lack of maintenance, bridge that was supposed to last 60 years meet the same fate as the bridge closure in Fort Lee, N.J., due to one political group retaliating against another at the expense of the taxpayers?
I write in response to the Jan. 20 article, “Donnelly tears into state for failure to fix Cline Avenue, calls it shameful.”
On Monday, U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly said what a lot of us have been thinking for a long time. Nothing says state government is slighting this corner of Indiana quite like Cline Avenue.
EAST CHICAGO | A Chesterton family says potholes and Lake County towing fees took too big bite out of one son's wallet recently, reflecting the plight of countless region residents whose tires, axles, windshields and other car parts have been damaged due to potholes along Cline Avenue.
MUNSTER | U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., blasted the state for its failure to maintain Cline Avenue, calling it inconceivable, shameful and a disgrace.
Every time I drive up or down Cline Avenue, dodging potholes, dead dogs and cats on one of the most heavily traveled and dimly lit arteries in the state, I am infuriated.
The condition of Cline Avenue is an outrage and a slap in the face to the men and women who work in our local steel mills.
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