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Regarding Gary Ziolkowski’s Aug. 31 letter in the Post-Tribune, well, Gary, you are about half-right as usual. The apparent shooting of an unarmed person by […]
Police officers from Merrillville, Indiana, and Chicago-area municipalities escorted the body of officer Nick Schultz from Christ Medical Center to the Cook County medical examiner’s […]
Nearly 200 people attended the Aug. 30 book release and book-signing program for Indiana State Rep. Vernon G. Smith, author of “The Power of the […]
My neighbor sprayed his lawn with a thick fog of chemicals in a desperate attempt to kill the infestation of mosquitoes on his property. “The […]
25. Get up and go!
GARY 9/11 Ceremony: The city of Gary will host its annual 9/11 commemoration ceremony at 8 a.m. Thursday at city hall, 401 Broadway, to remember […]
GARY — Since last fall, the modern-looking building with the glass-block wall on West 5th Avenue had sat quietly idle, like so many other buildings […]
At age 60, Bob McGuire didn’t think he would be raising a preteen grandson, but he and his wife, Kathy, are doing so. Their 11-year-old […]
28. Quickly, Sept. 7
Indiana’s working families didn’t win anything in the right-to-work ruling. The greedy corporations are the winners, of course. You are too blinded by their brainwashing […]
“Capitalism is the legitimate racket of the ruling class.” — Al Capone Ed Kis and Jeanne Hoyle live together in Long Beach, […]