Regarding Ron Kaszak's letter in the Aug. 21 edition of The Times:
HIGHLAND | The intersection of Main Street and Indianapolis Boulevard at the border of Highland and Schererville has grown into a destination for grocery shopping.
The May 1 edition of the Roundtable discusses the upcoming primaries and development in Gary.
Prairie Club of Chicago at the dunes
MERRILLVILLE | New development could be coming to town.
HOBART | The first phase of a long-term sanitary sewer project in Hobart could begin next year.
MUNSTER | Tenants of Munster Shops on Calumet Avenue say they are losing money and might lose their businesses if their landlord doesn’t increase the number of parking spaces and address other concerns.
MERRILLVILLE | An assisted living/skilled nursing facility proposed for Merrillville's south side isn't advancing at this time, and the town is uncertain about the status of a different development proposed for Mississippi Street.
Michigan City is providing $100,000 in funding for efforts to lure new businesses and bring more jobs.
Nobel-winning economist and Gary native Joseph Stiglitz earned another accolade, this time for his research on income inequality.
EAST CHICAGO │ Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann stopped by Mayor Anthony Copeland’s office Monday to hear his plans and vision for the city, beginning with the development of the city’s North Harbor community.
SCHERERVILLE | The Shops on Main isn't the only commercial center receiving approvals in Schererville.
Construction crews are working on the entrances to Shops on Main in Schererville. The first stores in the shopping center are expected to open in March.
Construction crews work on the entrances to Shops on Main in Schererville in October. Retail projects also are returning to Northwest Indiana, including the $112 million Shops on Main project.
SCHERERVILLE | Structures have been established for several businesses that are expected to open in coming months at Shops on Main, town officials said.
PORTAGE | Region planners are hoping grant funds will encourage municipalities to work toward making their city centers the true cores of their communities.
Jim Fitzer, of Portage's Economic Development Corp., stands near a new Family Express store under construction along Ridge Road near Willowcreek. Portage has been successfully attracting new businesses to its area.
Jim Fitzer, of Portage's Economic Development Corp., stands near a new Family Express store under construction along Ridge Road near Willowcreek.
SCHERERVILLE | The Town Council last week approved a variance of use allowing a drive-through lane to be incorporated in the Shoppes on the Boulevard development.
CROWN POINT | The Plan Commission on Monday granted preliminary approval of a six-lot subdivision in a section of Ellendale Farm, but called for more discussion of a walking trail planned through the neighborhood.
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