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Visclosky Announces Project Development Status for South Shore Expansion

south-shore-line-cover.On Wednesday, September 28, Congressman Visclosky announced that the Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has moved the South Shore expansion forward into the Project Development phase.

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Radical Remission: Kelly Turner Brings 9 Factors to Purdue Nothwest

Turner-Sinai-Forum-5“I wish it would have only been 3,” jokes Kelly A. Turner, Ph.D, “My book and dissertation would have been shorter.” She is talking about her book, Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds, which chronicles the 9 common healing factors that cancer survivors have used to heal their bodies. Turner spent a decade researching cases of radical remission, or the healing of cancer without the use, or after the failure of, modern Western medicine.

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John Gregg Speaks at IKORCC/NWI Contractors PAC Luncheon


On Thursday, the Indiana/Kentucky/Ohio Regional Council of Carpenters (IKORCC) and the NWI Contractors Political Action Committee hosted a luncheon in support of Indiana gubernatorial candidate John Gregg. Attendees of the luncheon got the chance to hear firsthand from Gregg about his campaign and they had the opportunity to ask questions during a question and answer session.

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Lake County Torch Bearer Reception to be Held on September 22nd

bicentennial-logoThirty Lake County Torch Bearers were selected to carry the ceremonious Torch through Lake County, Ind. in celebration of Indiana’s Bicentennial. The Torch Relay will take place in Lake County on October 9 and October 11.

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Symphony of Chesterton Thanks First Responders with Breakfast Event


Symphony of Chesterton was still new to the neighborhood when it made friends with the town’s first responders. On September 20th, they held their second breakfast thanking the men and women of the town’s emergency services.

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South Shore Line Launches New Website in 2016


The South Shore Line (SSL) is inviting users to explore its newly-launched website. The new website was created to enhance user experience and further simplify access to vital information like train schedules and updates.

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South Shore Line Launches Double Track NWI Project

South-Shore-Line-Launches-Double-Track-NWI-ProjectThe South Shore Line, in cooperation with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), has begun an exciting new project that is certain to benefit the region: the Double Track Northwest Indiana (NWI) project.

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Salute to our Veterans Event October 8 at Blue Chip to Benefit Community Veterans Groups

Blue-Chip-Salute-to-Veterans-2016Breaking Down the Barriers: Salute to our Veterans, a police-escorted, non-stop motorcycle ride, veterans’ vendor fair and dinner, will be held on Saturday, October 8 at Blue Chip Casino, Hotel & Spa, Michigan City, Indiana.

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Groundbreaking Signals Official Start Of Construction For New Porter County Animal Shelter

Groundbreaking-Signals-Official-Start-Of-Construction-For-New-Porter-County-Animal-ShelterAt a groundbreaking ceremony today, members of the Porter County Board of Commissioners and County Council, along with Shelter Director Toni Bianchi, donor Jacki Stutzman, and representatives of DLZ Indiana and Larson Danielson Construction Company signaled the official start of construction for the new Porter County Animal Shelter.

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South Shore Line Honors First Responders with Free SSL Rides on 9/10, 9/11. Here is Why.


On the weekend of September 10 and 11, 2016, the South Shore Line will offer free rides to first responders as a "thank you" for their service, and also to commemorate the 15-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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Valparaiso Police Department Announces Traffic Alert for Popcorn Fest 2016

valpopoliceThe Valparaiso Police Department is issuing a traffic alert for Saturday due to the annual Popcorn Festival downtown Valparaiso. Many roadways throughout the city will have heavier than normal traffic and many roadways especially in the morning will be closed for the Popcorn Panic Run and Popcorn Parade.

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