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Controversy has long been a common trait in Northwest Indiana.
Over and over and over again, IEDC President Eric Doden stressed the importance of working as a region to foster economic growth.
The art of opposition is alive and thriving in Northwest Indiana.
Forget about good government; just show me the cash.
He’s done it again and again.
Twice last week the message of cooperation and compromise could be heard across the region.
Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series of periodic columns based on interviews with Northwest Indiana leaders.
What fate awaits Jeff Langbehn in what some are calling pursegate?
Water everywhere. That’s the picture in Northwest Indiana. And yet we take Lake Michigan pretty much for granted.
AUBURN, Ind. | Thousands of classic car buffs will converge on the tiny town of Auburn in northeast Indiana this weekend.
Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of columns based on interviews with Northwest Indiana leaders.
Northwest Indiana is missing out on economic opportunities.
We are all familiar with the doctrine that separates church and state. Well, in Crown Point the line will be a bit blurry Sunday, Sept. 14. That’s when members of the First United Methodist Church will take on officers of the Crown Point Police Department in a game of flag football.
Editor's note: This is the second in a series of periodic interviews with individuals providing leadership in Northwest Indiana.
Jon Costas is a man of many titles. Among them, Valparaiso mayor, musician, lawyer, athlete, church deacon, restaurateur and family man.
Summer is seen by most as a time of relaxation. A time to vacation. A time to fire up the grill and enjoy the outdoors.
The saga of Thomas McDermott Jr. continues.
As if enough hasn’t been said, I’d like to weigh in on Lake County’s 911 debacle.
Perhaps there is life after death. That's what might be happening with the Lake County Solid Waste Management District.
Northwest Indiana is awash in bureaucracy. It threatens many projects vital to the region's future.
Thirty years is a long time for most anything. Serving in Congress that long is extraordinary.
We have all heard the phrase “parting is such sweet sorrow.”
Northwest Indiana stands on the threshold of positive change. The winds of change are clearly at work as we enter 2014. Many a progressive program is at work here.
For as long as I can recall, thinking and acting regionally has been advocated for Northwest Indiana.
When tragedy strikes, emergency responders spring into action.
Well, shut my mouth.
The public comment period for the proposed Illiana Expressway has ended.
When is enough, enough? When silliness prevails and logic takes a back seat. That best describes the move to a central 911 service in Lake County.
It was like multiple ingredients blending in a mixing bowl.
Remember the Cline Avenue bridge?
A few days have passed since Richie Daley lit a fire under Northwest Indiana’s community leaders.
Jack Arnett is a prime example of what’s wrong in Northwest Indiana.
A shortage of common sense is often reflected by an act of poor judgment.
The truth behind Chicago resistance to development of an Illiana Expressway came into focus last week.
Three cities. Three mayors. One goal.
So much has been written about crime in Gary.
You would think $5 million a year could buy a lot.
The temporary closure of U.S. 30 in Dyer earlier this month got me to thinking.
We start paying a Lake County income tax in October.
Where will the money come from?
The fray over how to fund government in Lake County has taken a definite political plunge.
Justice appears to be running amuck in Indiana.
It’s people who make Northwest Indiana special.
Mark Lopez is the warm-up act. Pete Visclosky is the star.
Northwest Indiana has lost its voice of conscience with the passing of Mark Kiesling.
It appears the idea of government existing to create jobs is alive and well in Lake County
Keep ‘em rollin’, rollin’ ...
Maybe I was wrong. Maybe not.
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