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- 5 Lake Station mayor, wife, stepdaughter plead not guilty to corruption charges
MICHIGAN CITY | For more than 80 years, the main entrance to Michigan City's lakefront has been controlled by a draw bridge that stops traffic when raised to let sailboats with their tall masts pass.
VALPARAISO | About 18 months ago, Martin Binder Jewelers staff was looking at new lines to bring into its downtown store when they realized the difficult truth: It had nowhere to put the new lines.
VALPARAISO | Traffic on Washington Street in the city's downtown has been one-way northbound since Dave Smith was a lad, but he thinks it's time for the city to consider making it a two-way street again.
VALPARAISO | Franklin Street will be closed between Brown Street and Nickel Plate Avenue Monday through Sept. 20 to replace a culvert.
VALPARAISO | A project to upgrade several traffic signals in the downtown area, including adding two signals, is expected to begin by April.
VALPARAISO | The long-discussed changes in traffic on Jefferson and Chicago streets will be launched Monday.
VALPARAISO | The city's Utilities Board awarded the contract for replacing the West Street culvert on Tuesday despite the fact the low bid was almost $28,000 higher than the engineer's estimate.
VALPARAISO | With its promise to provide "amazing food consistently," the Valley restaurant received a recommendation of approval of its liquor license request from the city's Historic District Alcohol Beverage Licensing Committee on Monday.
VALPARAISO | The Valparaiso Historic Preservation Commission will hold the first of its summer historic neighborhood tours at 5 p.m. today on Franklin Street.
VALPARAISO | The city's getting ready to rearrange traffic flow and parking on several downtown streets in conjunction with the installation of two new traffic signals later this year.
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