Portage residents and business owners talk Monday about what they would like to see along U.S. 20 in the future. The group gathered at Woodland Park to take part in the U.S. 20 vision workshop.
PORTAGE | Most of the two dozen people who attended Monday's vision workshop for the redevelopment of the U.S. 20 corridor through Portage agreed something needed to be done.
PORTAGE | Residents will get a chance to both learn about and offer opinions on the city's Highway 20 Corridor Plan during a public workshop next week.
PINE TOWNSHIP | Three people were injured — one seriously — in an accident Tuesday morning on U.S. 20.
Ralph Ayres led the effort in 1988 to save a large Siberian elm tree along U.S. 20 a few miles east of Ind. 49. The tree overhangs the eastbound lanes of U.S. 20.
Ralph Ayres adjusts decorations to a Siberian elm tree along U.S. 20. He led the effort in 1988 to save the tree along U.S. 20 a few miles east of Ind. 49.
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