Some young adults seem to have difficulty getting their days started. One effect has people kicking and lurching their way out of bed.
EAST CHICAGO | The City Council approved a resolution to establish a facade, sign and awning grant program for the North Harbor Business District.
A trade commission hearing on illegal steel dumping was cancelled because of the federal government shutdown, and U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky warned it could have ominous repercussions for the local steel industry.
We had a variety of diversions in my hometown of Indiana Harbor. The most obvious was our zoo.
HAMMOND | Two people were rescued Monday morning from a boat in Lake Michigan northeast of Indiana Harbor.
EAST CHICAGO | An Indiana Harbor-based coke plant will continue to furnish the world's largest steelmaker with a raw material it needs to forge metal in East Chicago.
One of the practices common in the 1930s was the dumping of abandoned vehicles in empty lots. Naturally, this represented an invitation to youngsters who used those lots for recreation to gravitate toward the vehicles.
A blast furnace is smelting molten metal again after a glitch earlier this month at ArcelorMittal Indiana Harbor, where the Luxembourg-based steelmaker operates two mills.
East Chicago is vigorously pursuing its proposal for a new $400 million shipping port on Lake Michigan, just as Gary hopes to get a hearing its own proposal for Buffington Harbor.
Holes. Much of the Calumet Region’s history can be found in holes. Such daubs of history, however, would be evanescent. Much of it would be whimsical.
A blast furnace has gone down at ArcelorMittal Indiana Harbor, the largest steelmaking complex in North America.
It’s strange how a single event, however small, can change your entire life.
You all know people who grew up in Indiana Harbor, perhaps a next door neighbor, perhaps a sidekick at work, perhaps a fellow churchgoer. And you would know that person in a totally strange atmosphere. I’ve heard people say that if they ran into a regionite abroad, they would know their root…
EAST CHICAGO | The startup of equipment at ArcelorMittal Indiana Harbor to recycle blast furnace gas for electricity production was lauded Monday at the integrating steelmaking complex as a tribute to partnerships between the public and private sector.
’Tis the season to be jolly, fa la la la la, la la, la la.
When I moved from East Chicago to attend Indiana University in Bloomington, my first foray at the grocery store showed me I was in an alien land. Back home my mother and I bought such Italian sausages as mortadella and sopressata, and Serbian links like sremska kobasica at DeRosa Imports, a …
One of the strongest-running local news story has to do with the bridge over the Indiana Harbor ship canal. Despite all these stories, I’m not sure that any of us are any the wiser about why the bridge failed. However, I’m inclined to think it has something to do with our obsession with bridges.
EAST CHICAGO | A public meeting is planned for Thursday in East Chicago to provide information about upcoming dredging at Indiana Harbor.
In reflecting on the history of the Calumet Region, a great difficulty is that a piece of the territory might change not just once, but several times.
During the past week, the mass media has been full of information about the sinking of the Titanic - a century after it sank.
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