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PORTAGE | Up? Down? Good? Bad? As 2013 moves forward, the outlook for the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor remains cloudy, but could turn brighter if the rains fall.
He’s the chief executive office of a company that has grown to $1 billion in annual sales, but Tom Collins Sr. gives others the credit for that accomplishment.
From age 13, Brandon Kroft knew he wanted to become a lawyer, even though he really didn’t understand the fundamentals of the profession.
Mitch Gaffigan shuns the conventional pursuits and passions of the typical 20-year-old to focus on a series of never-ending goals.
PORTAGE | Sprouting from the sands along the lake shore, Portage approaches its 45th anniversary as the third-largest city in Northwest Indiana.
Milford Christenson claims he's not a philanthropist, but many others would disagree.
A little more than 20 years ago, Wil Davis saw Gary and its airport as an opportunity that was his for the taking.
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