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New neurologist practicing at Northwest Health in Valparaiso

A new neurologist is practicing with Northwest Medical Group in Valparaiso.

Neurologist Asia Filatov is now affiliated with the healthcare system that operates hotels in Valparaiso, LaPorte and Knox. She joined the practice of Dr. Richard Strawsburg at Northwest Medical Group–Neurology. She’s now seeing patients Northwest Health–Valparaiso, 2000 Roosevelt Road, Suite 201 in Valparaiso.

Filatov earned her medical degree from Caribbean Medical University in Rosemont and did a residency in neurology at the University of Chicago in Hyde Park on the South Side.

She treats epilepsy, dementia, movement disorders, neuromuscular issues and other neurological problems. She specializes in headaches treatment, migraine treatment and stroke prevention.

Filatov accepts most insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid.

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Northwest Health had more than 700 doctors and 3,000 employees. It has more than 60 public access points, including five emergency departments, urgent care centers, outpatient surgery centers, an ambulance service and physician offices.

For more information, call 219-476-7777.


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The landmark 88-year-old castle-shaped White Castle in Whiting is coming down to be replaced with a newer, larger, more modern White Castle restaurant. 


A longtime staple in downtown Crown Point poured its last drink.


The longtime Westforth Sports gun shop is closing.


The Silver Line Building Products plant at 16801 Exchange Ave. will be shuttered permanently.


Brewfest in Highland will close in what’s been called “an end of an era.”

David’s Bridal filed for bankruptcy and could close all stores if no buyer emerges to save it.


The 88-year-old Whiting White Castle will be remembered with displays at museums in two different states.


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For years, the “millionaire’s club” met every morning in the corner booth of the historic 88-year-old White Castle at Indianapolis Boulevard and 119th Street in downtown Whiting. The landmark restaurant served its final slider Tuesday. 


One of Northwest Indiana’s most popular and enduring hobby shops is looking for a buyer after the longtime owner died.


J&L This N That Consignment Shop, a popular thrift store, closed in downtown Whiting after a run of several years.


A Calumet Region institution, Calumet Fisheries on the far South Side of Chicago, is temporarily closed after failing a city health inspection.


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Pepe’s Mexican Restaurant is no mas in Valparaiso.


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Troubled retailer Bed Bath and Beyond will permanently close its Valparaiso location as it shutters more stores nationwide as it looks to restructure and shrink its footprint to save the struggling business.


Peoples Bank has shuttered its branch in downtown Hammond. 


Viking Artisan Ales will soon pour its last craft beer at its Merrillville taproom.


Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom is closing after 15 years at one of Northwest Indiana’s most prominent highway interchanges.


Walmart is closing its big-box store in Homewood.


The Chicago Auto Show, the nation’s largest auto show, returns to McCormick Place Saturday, running through Feb. 19.

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