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.
Follow The Times
Looking for an Affordable & Quality Roofing Contractor in Northwest Indiana or the Chicagoland area?
Look no further, as you have found leaders in the roofing indu…
Purchase Tickets Here!
Click here for more information!
Established in 1997, Forest Ridge Family Dentistry is a genera…
Should Hammond police restore full-time participation in the Region STOP Team?