Oak Savannah Trail
Back in May, two unfortunate incidents took place on two of our regional trails. On May 6, a woman was sexually assaulted on the Hobart-Gary border while riding the Oak Savannah Trail. Two days later, a young man suffered minor injuries in a knife attack in Portage on the Prairie Duneland Tr…
HOBART | The weather might have been dreary Monday morning, but that didn't dampen the mood of some Hobart officials as they kicked off a project to construct the last section of the Oak Savannah Trail.
Hobart leaders look at a map Monday about the Oak Savannah Trail extension project.
Mayor Brian Snedecor speaks during a groundbreaking ceremony Monday for the city's Oak Savannah Trail project.
HOBART | Construction of the final stretch of the Oak Savannah bike trail is slated to begin next week.
Whoever is done with this winter weather, please raise your hand.
Resting in the shadow of Chicago, with its many recreational amenities, it's easy for people in the region to assume we don't have much to do here in Northwest Indiana.
Warm Sunday mornings usually find Bob Huffman riding his bicycle from his Munster home to the Cracker Barrel restaurant in Merrillville, to meet his wife, Chris, for breakfast.
HOBART | So I was out shooting photos and took what I believe is a picture of a bald eagle over on the Oak Savannah Trail right by Robinson Lake.
By the early 1900s, Chicago was well established as the premier railroad hub for the Midwest. These railroads helped build a majority of our Northwest Indiana municipalities. However, by the 1980s, about half of these railroads were abandoned due to an increased reliance on truck traffic. Se…
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