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November 30, 2016 View email in browser

Merrillville could expand bus service by next summer

Merrillville residents could have bus service to a wider area of town by late summer 2017 under a new 3-year pact with Gary Public Transportation Corp.

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Residents frustrated at hearing about alcohol at Indiana Dunes State Park pavilion

Residents at a hearing were frustrated with the process that has precipitated the ability for liquor to be served at the Indiana Dunes State Park pavilion.

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Jackpot rigging scandal grows in scope

As trials near for two brothers accused of conspiring to fix lottery games in five states details are emerging about an additional rigged game.

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Trump, Pence reach deal with Carrier to keep some jobs in Indiana

President-elect Donald Trump and Mike Pence will travel to Indiana Thursday for an event with officials from Carrier, the air conditioning company Trump wants to keep from moving jobs to Mexico.

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Whiting veteran once accused of assassination attempt on Castro

Days before Fidel Castro’s rebel army overthrew dictator Fulgencio Batista, Castro’s soldiers claimed Alan Nye was planning to kill Cuba’s soon-to-be leader.

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Valparaiso University forum examines questions of racial bias, policing

“How do I know my body is not going to be perceived as violent in Valparaiso?” asked Richard Severe, a 6-foot-tall black man. “You don’t,” answered a panelist.

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