Kayla Doyle, 10, holds a sign Saturday during the March Against Monsanto held on the courthouse square in Valparaiso. Doyle, of Valparaiso, joined more than 100 other marchers hoping bring attention to genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, and efforts to label them in the food supply.
More than 100 people, including many children, march Saturday through downtown Valparaiso during the March Against Monsanto. The local march, held in conjunction with similar marches across the world, was designed to bring attention to the dangers of genetically modified organisms.
The effects of plastics on wildlife, deforestation and large-scale damming are some of the issues addressed in the exhibition "Climate of Uncertainty," which goes on display at the DePaul Art Museum Jan. 10.
The effects of plastics on wildlife, deforestation and large-scale damming are some of the issues addressed in the exhibition “Climate of Uncertainty,” which goes on display at the DePaul Art Museum Jan. 10.
It’s time again to make New Year’s resolutions. Endeavor to live a healthier lifestyle, spend more time with family and friends, be more in control of finances, or perhaps start your own business. All are worthy and (hopefully) attainable goals, but here are a few others that should make you…
CALUMET CITY | One of the perks of being the son of famed civil rights activist the Rev. Jesse Jackson is having the chance to meet every U.S. president since Richard Nixon.
CHESTERTON | The home that local environmental pioneer Herb Read built for his parents in the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore now is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
CROWN POINT | A book that calls for appreciating Northwest Indiana and getting involved in the community was at the heart of a town hall meeting Tuesday at a Crown Point church.
ST. JOHN | What started as a lecture to two bickering boys outside a Chicago grade school has launched into a national anti-bullying campaign that will bring two local women to the White House next week.
Yunoka Berry, a Wirt Emerson Visual and Performing Arts student, is featured in her video, Collecting for Rebuilding, during her presentation in Raintree Hall auditorium at Indiana University Northwest in Gary. Berry was one of 17 Gary High School seniors who presented their work for the Bar…
Yunoka Berry, a student from Wirt Emerson School for Visual and Performing Arts, acknowledges applause Friday in the Raintree Hall auditorium at Indiana University Northwest in Gary. She was one of 17 Gary high school seniors who presented their work for the community service and activism pr…
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