VALPARAISO | The citywide vision plan has a name — Valpo Next — and a color scheme — blue and green. All it needs is the input of about 30,000 city residents to be complete.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso was one of three Indiana cities to receive the first Primacy of Place Community Awards from Building Better Communities, a division of Ball State University.
HAMMOND | A man caught up in a Purdue University police sting targeting Internet pedophiles received the maximum 10-year sentence Thursday in U.S. District Court.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. | Illinois started strong and seemed to be setting itself up for another impressive win after defeating top-ranked Indiana, Gonzaga, Butler and Ohio State earlier this season.
VALPARAISO | The city has chosen a consulting team headed by ACP Visioning and Planning, of Columbus, Ohio, to develop what will be the most ambitious strategic plan in Valparaiso's history.
The person behind one of the country's fastest-growing animal rescues can't even vote yet. And neither can most of the people leading its 10 chapters across the nation.
The 12th annual One of a Kind Show and Sale brought more than 600 individual artisans to the Merchandise Mart in Downtown Chicago from Dec. 6-9.
HAMMOND | A man who won a new trial after being convicted in an Internet child sex enticement case has pleaded guilty to a federal count of attempted transmission of obscene material to a minor.
INDIANAPOLIS | Could Mike Pence, the Republican candidate for Indiana governor, get tripped up on residency issues similar to those that helped defeat Republican U.S. Sen. Dick Lugar?
VALPARAISO | Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Pence brought his "Jobs Tour" to Valparaiso on Friday, touring Task Force Tips and collecting job creation ideas from several area business owners.
INDIANAPOLIS | A knack for designing roundabouts, such as the ones in Valparaiso, helped earn American Structurepoint a feature role on the ION Network's "World's Greatest ...," which focuses on unique businesses and services in the nation.
This summer immerse yourself in architecture not by going to a major metropolis.
A replica of the Nina ship piloted by Christopher Columbus flies its flag Thursday in the Hammond marina.
Brad Johnson, of Detroit, a senior deck hand, prepares to dock the Nina, a replica of Christopher Columbus' ship, at the Hammond Marina two years ago. The Nina and Pinta replicas will be open for tours Aug. 3 at the Michigan City Port Authority.
The Pinta, shown here, and the Nina, arrive at the Hammond Marina on Thursday. They are replicas of two of the three ships that Christopher Columbus guided to America in 1492. The public can tour the ships this weekend.
Matthew Colombo, of Rochester, N.Y., left, and Len Clark, of Portage, grab some tires Thursday as they dock replicas of Christopher Columbus' Nina and the Pinta at the Hammond Marina.
Sarah Rogers, of Fort Wayne, works on her hair in the crew quarters aboard a replica of Christopher Columbus' Nina. This ship, along with a replica of the Pinta, are docked in the Hammond Marina. They are open to the public this weekend.
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