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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.
Dear Mr. Tyson Warner,
This column will not help my popularity.
Watch for the blame game to begin.
Don’t look for Mike Pence in Northwest Indiana any time before Election Day.
Is there a game being played with rebuilding the Cline Avenue Bridge?
The rays of red and yellow danced on Cedar Lake as the sun set Saturday evening.
What began in fall 2010 as an in-depth reporting effort to tell the stories of Northwest Indiana’s contributions and sacrifices during the Civil War has become a major ongoing historical preservation and tourism initiative spearheaded by Times Investigative Editor Marc Chase.
To err is human, and that’s what I’ve done. Lake County's attorney, John Dull, pointed out in an email to me Monday that I was wrong in suggesting he is “passing the buck” by his seeking to have communities throughout the county sign an interlocal agreement facilitating consolidation of 911 …
It’s no wonder in the Statehouse at Indianapolis they often refer to us as “the great State of Lake.”
Have you visited the Lake Michigan shoreline lately? Well, I got to leave my office Tuesday to enjoy the lake at the Portage Lakefront Park and Riverwalk.
The wait continues and continues and, well, continues.
There's no better measure of what's good in Northwest Indiana than the people who constantly work to make it an even better place.
When I look back over a year about to end, I naturally remember the tough times, but I also recapture the moments of success and accomplishment.
There is something magic in this time of year.
Change is standard at The Times, and we're changing again.
What do you think? That's the question being asked of Northwest Indiana residents.
There is a lot of double talk going on these days.
Tom Philpot should be on a television game show.
The beginning of a new decade brings great promise to Northwest Indiana.
I can identify with Ralphie Parker from "A Christmas Story."
How often do we hear the negative about Northwest Indiana?
What's next for the Lake Central schools?
It has taken me a couple weeks to muster up the fortitude to criticize someone I respect.
It's been a month since The Times adapted a new format, including a narrower page width.
Much is being said these days about the death of the newspaper industry. A great deal of the talk isn't really new.
It's been a bit longer than a week since fire blazed in the press room at The Times.
It never ceases to amaze me how petty some officials can become.
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Should the Illiana Expressway be built?