Pennsy Greenway Trail
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LANSING | Residents on both sides of the state line will have reason to celebrate at 3 p.m. Sunday when a marker is revealed to officially recognize the connection of Illinois and Indiana via the Pennsy Greenway bike trail.
SCHERERVILLE | Residents excited about the extension of the Pennsy Greenway trail in Schererville might have to wait about a year before construction begins.
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.
SCHERERVILLE | You could say Misty Chandos is lucky, or you could say she is fast.
At the end of April, Schererville and its Park Board hosted the Pennsy Greenway Trail groundbreaking. Just six months later, almost everyone present that day watched Oct. 15 as Town Council President Hal Slager cut the yellow ribbon and officially opened the bike trail.
Bikers take off on a 15-mile ride as a portion of the Pennsy Greenway Trail is officially opened Saturday during a ceremony in Schererville. The new part of the trail is the first of many phases that will eventually connect communities from Illinois to LaPorte County.
Schererville Parks and Recreation Superintendent John Novacich addresses the crowd Saturday during the official opening of a 2.1-mile leg of the Pennsy Greenway Trail.
Bikers began a 15-mile ride last fall at the official opening of the Pennsy Greenway Trail in Schererville.
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