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VALPARAISO | As excavation begins to prepare for construction of Valplayso: the Next Generation park on Glendale Boulevard, project organizers already are working hard to get more donors and more volunteers.
With a part-time job at a Valparaiso laboratory and a college scholarship, Cole Ozbolt is proud of his vocational accomplishments.
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VALPARAISO | Almost everything is set for moving the former Canadian National depot from its current location to the Porter County Career and Technical Center property July 7.
VALPARAISO | With the goal of raising $150,000 by June 1, the Porter County Building Trades Corp. kicked off the campaign to move the Canadian National train station to the Porter County Career and Technical Center property on Thursday.
VALPARAISO | Jon Groth is looking forward to "an amazing day" on July 7.
VALPARAISO | The outcome was never really in doubt but a vote on issuing $207.5 million in bonds for two companies was delayed Monday, requiring the City Council to hold a special meeting Tuesday.
VALPARAISO │ How Task Force Tips uses technology to build a collaborative environment was the theme of the 19th Innovators Café Thursday.
VALPARAISO | The city could be getting another downtown restaurant soon.
VALPARAISO | The City Council took the first step Monday toward financing an estimated $5.2 million public works campus on the grounds of the sewage treatment plant.
VALPARAISO | The city could be the first in Northwest Indiana to get a new system for phone, Internet and TV service that will lower customers' costs even if they don't sign up with the provider.
Our schools must work for all our children, regardless of where they start in life and regardless of where they want to start their careers. Recently, I announced a plan to make career, technical and vocational education a priority in every high school in Indiana.
VALPARAISO | More than 100 emergency responders and their families joined elected officials from Northwest Indiana and Task Force Tips employees for the 2012 Emergency Responders Appreciation Day Celebration
VALPARAISO | Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Pence brought his "Jobs Tour" to Valparaiso on Friday, touring Task Force Tips and collecting job creation ideas from several area business owners.
VALPARAISO | Paul Wurth Inc. expects to close on the purchase of the vacant Task Force Tips building at 2800 Evans Ave. on Wednesday and hopes to move in by the end of July.
VALPARAISO | Mayor Jon Costas predicted the next 20 years will see "unparalleled opportunity, growth and success" for Valparaiso and Porter County during his annual State of the City address.
VALPARAISO | The City Council was willing to forgive Task Force Tips for failing to file its abatement paperwork with the Porter County auditor's office on time, but the company will pay a big price for its error next year.
Eleven region chief executive officers and one chief financial officer were honored by Northwest Indiana Business Quarterly magazine. They were nominated by readers and peers.
Task Force Tips employee and local firefighter Dwayne Tate stands in front of the firefighting equipment company there. Several employees drove 17 hours to New York City the day after 9/11 to help the beleaguered fire department there 10 years ago.
VALPARAISO | Firefighter and Task Force Tips employee Dwayne Tate said it's still difficult to put himself in the shoes of New York City emergency responders who lost their lives following the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
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