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Chuck Hughes

  • Chuck Hughes, president and CEO of the Gary Chamber of Commerce and self-proclaimed historian of all things Gary about the life and legacy of Richard Gordon Hatcher the first Black mayor of Steel City in recognition of Black History Month. Community members in Schereville will have a chance to share their thoughts on a potential extension of the Old Plank Road Trail into Northwest Indiana when planning consultants hold a community open house Thursday, February 8 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. at the St. John Township Community Center.
  • Planned Parenthood Great Northwest recently launched vasectomy services in the Region. Economic development opportunities around stations along the NICTD Westlake commuter rail corridor and the South Shore Line double-track project bring promise to transform neighborhoods. Recognizing the the achievements of African Americans in honor of Black History Month, Chuck Hughes joins Lakeshore Public Radio's Dee Dotson to talk about the life and legacy of former Gary Mayor Richard Gordon Hatcher.
  • Chicago Blackhawk fans will get a playoff reprieve should the NHL season continues. We'll tell you why on today's sports.
  • Deep in the heart of Texas, the Miranda Rules were handed out in women's softball: you will strike out and you will like it!!! Those rules helped a Crown…