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Neighbors

Unlike those guys, we respect our neighbors

First Eric Kreig described us as "failed northern cities," and now Wayne Slusser calls our homes a garbage dump. Looks like the love has gone out of our relationship, doesn't it?

December 12, 2013 12:00 am

Good neighbors are a treasure through thick and thin

Communities are made up of different kinds of neighborhoods. There are some neighborhoods that have a population that comes and goes pretty frequently. While that might not be a bad thing, depending on your needs and your situation, most of us prefer to live in an environment that is familia…

September 22, 2013 12:00 am
Sauk Village seniors jam on Sundays

Sauk Village seniors jam on Sundays

SAUK VILLAGE | The sounds of guitars, banjos, harmonicas, fiddles and a voice with a West Virginia twang fills the Sauk Village municipal center on Sunday evenings.

June 30, 2013 10:00 pm Photos

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New Vistas High School announces principal

New Vistas High School announces principal

East Chicago Central High School Assistant Principal Donald "D.J." Knotts will be the principal of New Vistas High School in Portage beginning July 1.

April 16, 2012 12:00 am
New Vistas High School announces principal

New Vistas High School announces principal

Donald Knotts, assistant principal at East Chicago Central High School, will be principal at New Vistas High School, a charter school in Portage, beginning July 1.

April 16, 2012 12:00 am
New Vistas High School announces principal

New Vistas High School announces principal

Donald Knotts, assistant principal at East Chicago Central High School, will be principal at New Vistas High School, a charter school in Portage, beginning July 1.

April 16, 2012 12:00 am

Neighborhoods are a great place to live and grow

Next month we will have been in our house on Jewett Street in Highland for 18 years. I was reminded of this a couple of weeks ago when one of our new neighbors began putting his yard back together after sealing his basement and adding drainage tiles. He had been working almost nonstop for we…

September 25, 2011 12:00 am
Region racial divide blurring -- slowly

Region racial divide blurring -- slowly

Alicia Rios, center foreground, and her husband, Oscar Rios, to her left, both Mexican-American, have lived in Crown Point for 12 years. Before that they lived in Merrillville for 20 years, moving there from East Chicago in 1979. They pose for a portrait with their family and neighbors in Cr…

April 01, 2011 10:10 pm
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