Leaders and advocates from Northwest Indiana and the neighboring Chicago Southland came together on the state line between Munster and Lansing recently to officially open the Pennsy Greenway.
Munster Town Manager Thomas DeGiulio speaks to the crowd Sunday during the Pennsy Greenway ceremony.
Lansing Village President Norm Abbott addresses the crowd Sunday at the ceremony celebrating the Pennsy Greenway bike trail.
Bicyclists gather Sunday in front of the banner celebrating the Pennsy Greenway bike trail.
Members of the Lansing Boys Scouts present the colors Sunday at the Pennsy Greenway ceremony.
Amani Rodriguez, 2, receives a pony ride Sunday at the Fall Fest held by the Living Springs Community Church.
Isabel Medlin selects a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch Sunday at the Fall Fest held by the Living Springs Community Church in Glenwood.
Rowan Hamrin gets a look inside a fire truck at the Fall Fest held Sunday by the Living Springs Community Church in Glenwood.
SCHERERVILLE | Schererville is exploring projects to enhance access to the Erie Lackawanna bike trail and extend the Pennsy Greenway path.
Bob Huffman bicycles 14 miles one way on Sunday mornings over a combination of paved trails, side streets and busy roads to meet his wife, Chris, for breakfast at the Cracker Barrel restaurant off Interstate 65 at 61st Avenue in Merrillville.
GLENWOOD | Lan-Oak Park District officials have hopes for a “Golden Spoke” moment later this year when the Pennsy Greenway bicycle and hiking path is extended into Indiana via a connection at the Lansing/Munster border.
CALUMET CITY | Local officials are upset with the way the Burnham Greenway bicycle path is being maintained in their city, and they are planning to take their complaints to Cook County officials - including County Board President Toni Preckwinkle.
SCHERERVILLE | The saying that "looks can be deceiving" is true in the case of the segment of Pennsy Greenway Northwest Trail winding through Schererville.
SCHERERVILLE | The town of Schererville and the Park Board hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Pennsy Greenway Northwest Trail set to begin construction next Monday.
SCHERERVILLE | Two of Schererville's major parks could be linked via trail by the end of the year.
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