LAPORTE | There's a vision in LaPorte of trails for bicyclists and walkers who would then get off the path and patronize the downtown businesses.
HOBART | The Hobart Park Board on Monday set the wheels in motion to start the final phase of the Oak Savannah bike trail.
LAPORTE | A public meeting is scheduled Wednesday on a proposed trail in LaPorte.
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.
Today you will most likely take part in some activity celebrating our nation and freedom in general. If you live in Northwest Indiana, chances are you will access these activities by automobile, even if they might be in walking or biking distance from your house. It is very unlikely you will…
Ogden Dunes is a tight-knit beach community nestled in the Dunes.
Portraying Civil War Capt. Charles Bell, Dave Crane of Cedar Lake speaks during a dedication ceremony for new Civil War veteran headstones and the launch of the South Shore Civil War Memorial Trail Saturday, May 26, 2012.
PORTAGE | The Redevelopment Commission on Wednesday got a glimpse at what the land south of the Portage Lakefront and Riverwalk site of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore could look like some day.
PORTAGE | Construction of the Northside Trail has wrapped up for the season, less than two months after it officially began.
Those of us who have been around a while think we know our national park.
Walking is my health hobby. For years, I set a goal of walking on every street in Munster. Keep in mind that I did (and do) drive to a starting point and then begin the morning's walk. Each year, with the Munster street goal accomplished (in total miles about equal to walking to Iowa), I wou…
PORTAGE | Work began Tuesday, at least ceremonially, on Portage's new Northside Trail.
Kristopher Krouse, executive director of the Shirley Heinze Land Trust, speaks during a ceremony marking the opening of the ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor Deerfield Woods Fitness Trail.
Representatives of various groups attend a ceremonial ribbon cutting Tuesday to open the Deerfield Woods Fitness Trail near the ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor training center. Pictured from left are Daniel Goldfarb, of the Wildlife Habitat Council, Paul Quinlan, of the Shirley Heinze Land Trust,…
Rob Maciel, manger of environment at ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor, walks the Deerfield Woods Fitness Trail Tuesday near the plant's training center.
Madhu Ranade, vice president of ArcelorMittal and general manager of the Burns Harbor plant, speaks Tuesday during a ceremony marking the opening the Deerfield Woods Fitness Trail.
People begin to walk on the newly opened ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor Deerfield Woods Fitness Trail Tuesday near their training center on the grounds of the plant.
BURNS HARBOR | A group of ArcelorMittal employees took a walk in the woods Tuesday morning.
SCHERERVILLE | South Shore Trails will host a meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday to explain how trails are developed and ways residents can become involved in the process.
MERRILLVILLE | The town recently learned it has to contribute 20 percent of the costs of extending a walking and biking trail, officials said.
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