The process of dredging the Indiana Harbor and Ship Canal has begun, and it's going to be a lengthy process.
HAMMOND │ Dredging and disposing sediment from the Indiana Harbor and Canal is slated to continue for decades, according to a Tuesday presentation by the Purdue Water Institute and Department of Mechanical Engineering.
Lake Station resident Jennifer Miller pulled out a dirty water filter during a February Lake Station City Council meeting about a proposed water hike.
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