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GARY | Rose Joiner, director of the John Will Anderson Boys & Girls Club, along with staff and club members, spent two weeks preparing for the recent move from the Fifth Avenue location to the new club at the former Tolleston Middle/High School, 2700 W. 19th Ave.
The new Porter Regional Hospital officially opened Aug. 25.
MUNSTER | Hearts In Motion has relocated its resale shop from Highland to 1834 45th Ave., Munster.
Nume Mary Immaculate, 23, ties an awareness bracelet on the arm of Calumet New Tech High School junior Jonathon Caesar. Immaculate and Logan Richards, both representatives from Invisible Children Inc., spoke to students about atrocities that have occurred in Uganda.
Nume Mary Immaculate ties an awareness bracelet on the arm of Calumet New Tech High School junior Tyler Nieves on Wednesday during her visit to the school.
Calumet New Tech High School students listen Wedensday as Nume Mary Immaculate, 23, speaks about atrocities she witnesses in northern Uganda as a child. When Joseph Kony and his Lord’s Resistance Army came to her village, 700 people were killed and 500 children were abducted, she said.
The Maxwell barn is moved onto a new location along Ind. 49 in Morgan Township on Thursday.
Morgan Township resident Mark Maxwell and his son Kaden, 4, sit in a doorway of their old family barn Thursday while it is moved to a new property along Ind. 49.
Dillabaugh employee Steve Grugel, right, checks the underside of a barn being moved onto its new property nearly a mile south of Division Road in Morgan Township. The move of the large barn required NIPSCO to disconnect power lines along the route.
A 35-foot-tall barn is moved under power lines Thursday along Ind. 49 in Morgan Township. The barn was built in the 1930s and was moved to its new location south of Division Road to preserve it on a more stable property.
Deb Maxwell, of New Jersey, talks about her family barn being moved south along Ind. 49 in Morgan Township to a different property. The move required NIPSCO to disconnect power in order to get the barn under lines.
A 56-foot-long-by-36-foot-wide barn is moved onto a new location along Ind. 49 in Morgan Township. The barn was built in the 1930s and owner Deb Maxwell wanted to preserve the barn farther away from the busy intersection of Division Road and Ind. 49.
The Porter Regional Hospital officially opened at 6 a.m., Saturday.
Porter Regional Hospital
A Porter Health Care Systems ambulance pulls out of the new Porter Regional Hospital on Saturday at U.S. 6 and Ind. 49 during the first day of operation.
Porter Regional Hospital employee Jerry Scott raises an Indiana flag Saturday during the first few minutes of operation at the new hospital.
Employees of Robins and Morton talk outside Saturday of operation for the new Porter Regonal Hospital. Robins and Morton were the general contractors for the new hospital.
The Porter Regional Hospital sign is lit Saturday morning during the first day of operation. The new hospital started operations at 6 a.m.
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