Who owns Post Tribune?
Post-Tribune (Indiana newspaper)
|Crown Point, Indiana
Who owns Gary Post Tribune?
In 1974, The Post-Tribune became part of the former Knight-Ridder chain. In June, 1986, the publishing cycle changed to a seven-day morning edition, from a weekday evening and weekend morning edition. On Feb. 2, 1998, American Publishing took over and has become the chain which is now the Sun-Times News Group.
Does Gary Indiana have a newspaper?
Gary News | nwitimes.com.
What happened in Gary Indiana?
The city of Gary in Indiana, USA was once a prosperous steel town but overseas competition and restructuring of the industry led to population loss of 55% since its peak in the 1960s. Much of the city lies abandoned and it faces huge social problems such as poverty and ghettoization.
What family owned the Chicago Tribune?
|The June 16, 2009 front page of the Chicago Tribune
|James Kelly, John E. Wheeler and Joseph K. C. Forrest
|Christine Wolfram Taylor
Who used to own Chicago Tribune?
The newspaper—as well as its parent company and later media conglomerate, the Tribune Company—was founded in 1847 by three Chicagoans. However, the paper was close to bankruptcy in 1855, at which time Joseph Medill and five partners bought it.
What website can I find news in Northwest Indiana?
Lake County News | Indiana | nwitimes.com.
What is the crime rate of Gary Indiana?
The Gary IN crime rate for 2018 was 495.85 per 100,000 population, a 20.19% decline from 2017. The Gary IN crime rate for 2017 was 621.31 per 100,000 population, a 3.4% increase from 2016….Gary IN Crime Rate 1999-2018.
What is the most miserable city in Indiana?
GARY, Ind. (WLS) — Gary, Indiana has been named the Most Miserable City in the country by business news website Business Insider. According to the website Gary has 75,000 residents but lost six percent of its population from 2010 to 2018. Just over half of the population works and 36 percent live in poverty.
Why are there so many abandoned houses in Gary Indiana?
The less money cities had, the less desirable they became to those with the money, and their exodus in turn increased the privations that drove them away. Gary, Indiana is reportedly home to 13,000 abandoned structures, many of them abandoned houses like this one.
When did the Tribune company go out of business?
The subsequent 2008 bankruptcy of Tribune Company was the largest bankruptcy in the history of the American media industry. In December 2012 the Tribune Co. emerged from bankruptcy.