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- 2 2 injured in crash on U.S. 6 in Jackson Township
- 3 Task force releases details in fatal shooting of M'ville officer
- 4 Tri-Creek, Crown Point, Merrillville schools close Monday to accommodate funeral traffic
- 5 Gaucho's Brazilian Steakhouse to return
Northwest Indiana Federation Of Labor
HIGHLAND | The Northwest Indiana Federation of Labor 39th annual Labor and Community Awards reception Thursday at Wicker Memorial Park recognized outstanding achievements in labor while providing political education and awareness to the community.
Labor Day means many things to many people, the unofficial last day of summer, an odd day off before school really kicks in. A day to sleep in and maybe to grill out with friend and family. Yes, it is a great day to do all of those things, but in reality, the day represents so much more.
Editor's note: This story is part of an occasional series that looks at how the Affordable Care Act affects the region.
CROWN POINT | A postal worker and a Crown Point Public Works employee came to the rescue of an elderly woman who had fallen and injured herself Wednesday morning.
The Northwest Indiana Federation of Labor recently honored key people during its 38th annual Community Labor Awards reception.
HIGHLAND | The Northwest Indiana Federation of Labor presented eight awards Wednesday at its 37th annual Community Labor Awards reception at Wicker Memorial Park.
HIGHLAND | The president of the one of the nation's largest labor groups is expected to visit the region Jan. 31 for an event the Northwest Indiana Federation of Labor is hosting.
INDIANAPOLIS | Hundreds of Northwest Indiana union workers will be at the Statehouse on Tuesday hoping to speak with state lawmakers as they convene for the ceremonial first day of the legislative session, known as Organization Day.
PORTAGE | The Portage City Council on Tuesday approved resolutions supporting teachers and unions, and opposing proposed legislation council members believe will harm both.
HIGHLAND | Lake Area United Way and United Way of Porter County were recognized recently by the Northwest Indiana Federation of Labor for decisively responding to the disastrous 2008 floods and securing $15.7 million that helped create and fund the Lakeshore Area Regional Recovery of Indiana.
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