Geography Of The United States
It is one of Indiana’s best-kept secrets.
VALPARAISO | Indiana lost out on a new plant that an auto parts maker plans to build in Ohio.
Businesses are choosing to invest in the Chicago metro area more than anywhere else in the United States.
Indiana is looking for few good businesses.
MERRILLVILLE | A real estate and retail development and property management firm has hired a new chief financial officer, as it plans to move company leaders downtown Chicago.
GARY | The White House plans to announce an unprecedented level of federal support for the city of Gary later this week, Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson said.
Ships, including iron ore freighters bound for Northwest Indiana steel mills, have been jamming up the ice-choked St. Marys River in recent weeks as they rush to make deliveries before the Soo Locks close this week.
A building supply company in Michigan City is expanding, and a mechanical contracting firm is adding a new Munster office.
GARY | The Steel City has an estimated 10,000 vacant homes, but the porch lights will soon come back on in a few of them.
Tomorrow night at the Box Factory for the Arts, the supermodels and emerging designers show their winning ensembles from Fashion on the Shore and coming up next weekend Bob Swam presents La Boheme in New Buffalo.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
LAKE STATION | The Lake Station City Council will hold a special meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Chicago’s Hyde Park has always been something of an urban oasis.
Rumors circulating that the Chicago River may reverse itself due to low water levels in Lake Michigan are bogus, according to experts at the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
When Juan Ponce de Leon searched for riches in Florida, he unknowingly helped turn the Sunshine State into the first travel destination in the United States.
In the 1830s, Chicago, though still a village, had aspirations not only to become a city, but one with glorious parks as well.
ONEKAMA, Mich. (AP) — For more than a century, easy access to Lake Michigan has made Onekama a popular place for summer visitors and a refuge for boaters fleeing dangerous storms. Now the community itself needs a rescue, from slumping lake levels that threaten its precious link to open water.
The Christmas tree Joseph Gray bought his wife back in 1972 grew at the end of their driveway for 40 years, reminding them of the joy of the first holiday season they spent together in their home on Roan Mountain in Tennessee.
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