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Michigan City's Washington Park

Beach visitors at Washington Park in Michigan City walk behind a sign noting park amenities were built by the federal Works Progress Administration in the 1930s, during the Great Depression.

Some well-known region landmarks owe their existence to the Works Progress Administration, which provided jobs to thousands of unemployed people during the Great Depression.

On the 80th anniversary of President Franklin Roosevelt's controversial program, pick up Sunday's edition of The Times to learn about its legacy in Northwest Indiana. 

Also in Sunday's edition:

• Times Statehouse reporter Dan Carden provides a first-hand look back at the 2015 legislative session.

• Learn how Morningstar CEO Joseph Mansueto's Munster roots propelled him to building an investment powerhouse.

• In Lifestyle, read Phil Potempa's interview with Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, about life outside the castle walls.

• Clip up to $288 in coupons and find sale ads for your favorite stores.

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