LANSING | Do you think you make the best chili? This is your chance to prove it by being of part of the Lansing Autumn Fest 2nd annual chili cook-off.
HAMMOND | A chili cook-off fundraiser will be held Sunday in memory of a Hammond police officer who died in 2006 after fighting bone cancer.
LANSING | Village Clerk Patty Eidam won the chili cook-off that took place Oct. 14 during the Lansing Autumn Fest at Lansing Fire Station No. 1.
Participants and guests of the Lansing Autumn Fest chili cook-off.
Pictured are the top three winners in the Lansing Autumn Fest chili cook-off. From left are Brian Bonic, third place and People's Choice Award, Patty Eidam, first place, and Nancy Noworyta, second place.
A crowd enjoying the Crown Point Oktoberfest on South Main Street.
MERRILLVILLE | The Merrillville High School Key Club and the Indiana chapter of the Lupus Foundation will hold a chili cook-off and tasting fundraiser March 10.
MERRILLVILLE | Do you make the best chili in town? If so, we've got a contest for you!
Diners line up Sunday afternoon in the back room of Euclid's Tap in East Chicago to take part in the chili cook-off fundraiser for the Carmelite Home for Girls in East Chicago.
Joel Gonzalez, of East Chicago, tries one of 20 kinds of chili Sunday afternoon at the Euclid Tap in East Chicago during the third annual chili cook-off fundraiser for the Carmelite Home for Girls.
Hobart American Legion Post 54 named Chuck Newcomb, commandant of Howlin Mad Marine Corps League, as the Legion's Honorary Member of the Year.
A good size crowd enjoyed the warm weather at Saturday's Oktoberfest in downtown Crown Point.
A Crown Point Oktoberfest participant munches on an ear of corn Saturday on South Main Street. The event included a chili cook-off, pumpkin pie-eating contest, bean bag toss and a beer garden.
Emily Wilkins, 5, of Lowell, beholds her new look in the mirror held by face painter Maria Karis on Saturday at the Oktoberfest in historic downtown Crown Point.
The new Hobart Community Center is finally ready for its debut Tuesday at Festival Park, 111 E. Old Ridge Road. A ribbon cutting will take place at 4 p.m., followed by an open house from 5 to 7.
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