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MUNSTER | For drivers battling an increased number of long trains on railroad tracks and heavy traffic along Calumet Avenue and two portions of 45th Avenue, the proposed underpass/overpass project probably can’t start soon enough.
MUNSTER | For the third year in a row, the Munster High School "We the People" team earned a spot in the final round of the 25th nationwide civics competition in Washington, D.C.
Beginning in the mid-19th century, Northwest Indiana offered opportunities for the many waves of people who brought their skills, trades and beliefs to help mold the communities where they settled.
GARY | At 11 a.m. Wednesday, the main Gary Public Library began its transition from a library to the South Shore Museum & Cultural Center by closing its doors to patrons wanting to check out materials.
HAMMOND | More than 1,000 homes and businesses adjoining the Little Calumet River has been taken out of the flood plain by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, city officials announced Monday.
DYER | Not many first-graders receive mail from a former U.S. president.
HIGHLAND | People call Judy Rarrick "the Monarch Lady" and "the Monarch Mother." Rarrick not only doesn't mind the monikers, but she encourages others to nurture one of the butterfly kingdom's most recognizable and regionally endangered members.
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