GARY | Rep. Peter Visclosky, officials from Gary and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers held a groundbreaking ceremony in Gary on Friday to mark the construction start for the Gary Black Oak phase II sewer improvement project.
Mike Schrage, center, president and CEO of Centier Bank, speaks to the crowd last week at a groundbreaking for a new Hammond branch on Hohman Avenue in the downtown area.
A sign and shovels attest to the work that is about to begin on a new Centier Bank branch in downtown Hammond.
Sharon St. Meyers, an event coordinator and marketing associate for Centier Bank, hands the last of five shovels to Mike Schrage, president and CEO of Centier as Hammond's chief of staff, Rick Calinski, left, speaks about the importance of the bank and the downtown district. The groundbreaki…
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