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Continuing a tradition of more than 20 years, Gary Job Corps students and staff assisted with the bi-annual “Friends of the Library” book sale. The goal of this year’s sale is to raise $1 million for the library’s extension project. More than 4,000 books and 3,000 DVDs were put up for sale. Shown are Gary students Kendrick Walker, Gavin Williams, Brandon Smith, Samuel Cain, Jame Howard, Kahnon Bennett, Brian Little Jr. and Kamuwela Carbonell-Dias; along with staff members Todd Watson and Titus Adeosun; community members Michael Coronado, Brandon Pharris, Charles Turner and Sarah Natal; and Library Director Diane Insley and Outreach Manager Susan Smith. Gary Job Corps photo

Gary Job Corps’ helping hands for public library

Aida Mondragon tidies up her food preparation area after a flurry of lunchtime customers at Lucy’s Tacos food truck on Aquarena Springs Drive. The food truck is one of 34 operating in the city that will be affected by the discussed revamping of the city code relating to food establishments and food vending machines at tonight’s city council meeting. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

Food safety code due for rewrite

The San Marcos food safety code is due for a revamp, and the city council will take a step toward doing just that tonight.

The newly restored Moore-Hopson House is one of the finest examples of Renaissance Revival in the Historic District. Located at 545 W. Hopkins St., it has been earmarked as the Designer Show House during the 44th Annual Heritage Home Tour and is where the Preview Party will take place. Photos by Denisa Burnham

The 44th Annual Heritage Home Tour

The 2019 Heritage Home Tour is right around the corner. This year the tour features architectural masterpieces of newly constructed homes, superbly updated vintage bungalows and restored historic manors with


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