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Mayor Anthony Copeland explains the improvements and repairs to the Bessie Owens Center, including the gymnasium, at its re-opening last month.
The Bessie Owens Center in East Chicago has been completely repainted using a patriotic color scheme, as this hallway shows.
East Chicago Mayor Anthony Copeland and Park Superintendent Francisco Rosado call out raffle numbers for bicycles during the city's 30th National Night Out Against Crime. The City of East Chicago, the East Chicago Police Department and Arcelor Mittal sponsored the event.
The City of East Chicago celebrated the 30th National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday at the Washington Park Pool. Recreation Manager Fran Nowacki joins children during a March for Peace led by Mayor Anthony Copeland at the pool. Families release balloons after march for peace. This year�…
East Chicago Chief of Police Mark Becker talks to residents at the National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday. This annual event showcased the importance of standing up against crime in an organized manner and promoted involvement in crime prevention.
East Chicago Central High School students Jennifer Guerra, foreground, and Lyzabette Monsivais, pick up trash on Jeorse Park Beach during a recent clean-up day.
Freshman science students and National Honor Society members from East Chicago Central High School, organized by teachers Elizabeth Rivera and Veronica Garcia, get ready to start their clean-up efforts at Jeorse Park Beach.
Mayor Anthony Copeland gives East Chicago Central High School students a helping hand during a recent clean up at Jeorse Park Beach.
A balloon launch was held by the Sunnyside Committee in memory of Spc. Sergio Eduardo Perez Jr., an Indiana National Guardsman killed July 16 while serving in Afghanistan.
Family members, from left, Raquel P. Lopez, Sandra Perez and Sergio Perez Sr. meet with East Chicago Mayor Anthony Copeland at the recent memorial ceremony for Indiana National Guard Spc. Sergio Eduardo Perez Jr.
Precinct Committeewoman Stacy Dixon-Winfield, right, presents a memorial plaque to the family of fallen soldier Spc. Sergio Eduardo Perez Jr.
East Chicago seniors show off their Macarena skills.
The city of East Chicago kicked off the summer season Memorial Day with the Annual Blessing of the Water at the East Chicago Marina. In attendance were residents, elected officials and boaters set to sail away on the waters of Lake Michigan. Students from East Central High School's Culinary …
Participants in East Chicago's youth golf program are, from left to right, Julian Talylor, Timothy Pearson, Niko Pina, Maria Dogaru, Fernando Ariza, Joshua Morgan, Eric Sarabia, Courtney Rosario, coach Juan Cano, Jyszani Morgan, coach Eric Kundich, Naila Haynie, Mar Isela Madriz, Dominique B…
Hook a Kid on Golf participant Mia Pabey, 12, takes instruction from coach John Kovach.
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