- Price of Poverty
- GUEST COMMENTARY: Addressing poverty begins with early education
- GUEST COMMENTARY: We must address areas of inequality
- GUEST COMMENTARY: Filling mental health services gap is necessary
- GUEST COMMENTARY: Compassion, self-interest aren't enough in poverty fight
- Read more: The Price of Poverty
The Times' June 8 supplement has provided us with data and stories which not only inform us about the problem of poverty, but which also should prompt us to personally reflect and act upon it.
It has been two weeks since The Times published the Price of Poverty special report. We asked the region to use these stories as the beginning of a discussion, not as the culmination of the investigation.
Consider this as you read our special report, "The Price of Poverty": Are cuts to social service agencies and education the right move as poverty increases in Northwest Indiana? What more can or should be done?
The Times convened with local executives from area organizations and agencies that work with the poor and those in need to advise on today's special section on The Price of Poverty.
HAMMOND | The crowd at Calumet College of St. Joseph celebrated the good mind, good heart and good works of the late Bishop Andrew Grutka Friday afternoon.
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