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Paul Czapkowicz

Paul Czapkowicz
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Paul Czapkowicz has served as a correspondent for the Northwest Indiana Times, so he is familiar with local politics, local business, and local goings-on in general. His training as a teacher gives him an innate sense of how to present facts in an organized and meaningful way, so readers gain understanding of complex subjects.

Four new Lansing business licenses awarded in March 2024

The following new business licenses were awarded in the Village of Lansing in April 2024...

Memorial Day ceremony held in Ford Hangar: ‘May we never forget what they have done’

Something as simple as rain could not stop a crowd from honoring those who have died in service to America during a Memorial Day service...

Nicole Harrison continues family nursing legacy at new Nitengale Dollz spa

Nitengale Dollz offers mesotherapy instead of liposuction, which involves injections rather than surgery....

Four new Lansing business licenses awarded in March 2024

The following new business licenses were awarded in the Village of Lansing in March 2024...

‘It’s a ministry’ – Peace & Paradise Crematorium now open on Bernice Road

Rosezina Jordan has dreamed of opening Peace & Paradise Crematorium, now open at 2824 Bernice Road...

Vintage shop Circa Furnishings brings ‘eclectic elegance’ to Ridge Road

"I find really cool mid-century modern, vintage pieces," owner Cody Green said...

Residents pack School Town of Munster meeting to save Center for Visual and Performing Arts

Extra chairs were brought in to accommodate the large crowd, with many having the fate of The Center for Visual and Performing Arts...

Two new Lansing business licenses awarded in January and February 2024

The following new business licenses were awarded in the Village of Lansing in January and February 2024...

Permits, policing, pest control – Village staff share business-focused info at free session

"There's things that do happen in town," Phillips said of policing efforts. "A lot of our hotels give us a lot of problems."

Locals flock to Munster Town Council to preserve The Center for Visual and Performing Arts

"Please do all that you can to make sure the legacy of the Center for Visual & Performing Arts will be here for future generations," said Mar