HOBART | The city's past and future continue to be linked to Lake George, Mike Adams said.
HOBART | The John and Rosemarie Ehrhardt family members will serve as grand marshals in this year's July Fourth parade in Hobart.
This bench marker at the Pennsy Depot in Hobart shows due north and elevation. It was installed by the U.S. Coast Guard and Geodetic Survey. The Pennsy Depot is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.
Mike Admas, executive director of the Hobart Chamber of Commerce, stands inside the Pennsy Depot which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. The chamber has occupied the depot since 2005.
The Pennsy Depot in Hobart is on the National Register of Historic Places and is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.
The Pennsy Depot in Hobart, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.
Mike Admas, executive director of the Hobart Chamber of Commerce, stands in the cellar of the Pennsy Depot, which is said to be haunted. The depot is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.
Mike Admas, executive director of the Hobart Chamber of Commerce, stands at the Pennsy Depot which marks its 100th anniversary on Thursday with a rededication.
The former Adams Street home where Ruth Pelke lived in May 1985 when four teenage girls attacked and killed her. One of the murderers, Paula Cooper, was 15 at the time and initially given a death penalty sentence. Her sentence was later commuted and she was given 60 years in prison. She is c…
GARY The former Adams Street home, right, where a teenage girl who killed an elderly grandmother in 1985. The girl, who was 15 at the time of the homicide, was commuted from a death penalty sentence, and was sent to prison for 60 years. The girl will soon be released after serving about half…
Lake Central's Mike Miklusak is smothered by South Bend Adams' Joseph Beard and Nolan Montgomery on Saturday at Michigan City High School.
Lake Central's Tyler Wideman gets shut down by South Bend Adams' Stevie Thomas during the second half as the Indians lose, 76-72 Saturday during boys basketball regional semifinal play at Michigan CIty High School.
Lake Central's Tye Wilburn gets fouled by South Bend Adams' Jalen White during the second half of the Indian's 76-72 loss Saturday in regional play at Michigan City High School.
Lake Central's Tyler Wideman pounds his chest following a basket that drew a foul Saturday in boys regional play at Michigan City High School.
Lake Central's Glenn Robinson III looks to shoot during the second half of the Indian's 76-72 loss Saturday to South Bend Adams in a semifinal regional contest at Michigan CIty High School.
Lake Central's head coach Dave Milausnic in the second half as the Indians play South Bend Adams on Saturday morning at Michigan City High School.
The Blue Yonder Lounge at Strongbow Inn in Valparaiso features a large collection of model planes hanging from the ceiling. The restaurant is celebrating its 70th anniversary.
Russ Adams, the grandson of Strongbow Inn founder Bess Thrun, stands in front of the Valparaiso restaurant. Adams and his wife, Nancy, bought the business in 1993 from his parents, Chuck and Caroline Adams.
Strongbow Inn bakery worker Brandi Hedge stands behind a display of desserts in the main lobby of the restaurant. The Valparaiso business is celebrating its 70th anniversary.
Between dine-in reservations and carryout orders, Strongbow Inn in Valparaiso plans to feed about 3,000 local residents. Russ Adams said that translates into 11,000 pounds of turkey, 140 gallons of gravy, 400 gallons of bread dressing, 20,000 Strongbow rolls, 1400 pounds of whipped potatoes …
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