In some editions of the Friday edition, a location of a car reported stolen was incorrect. The vehicle was reported stolen from Sundance Trail in Willow Creek Apartments.
A story that appeared in Tuesday's editions of The Times incorrectly identified a defendant. David P. Perdue Jr., 39, did not plead guilty to failing to register as a sex offender, did not appear before Judge Salvador Vasquez, and is not homeless. Perdue was arrested and charged with operati…
A story in some editions Monday incorrectly stated where additional donations for the Good Neighbor Cheer Fund have come from. Money was raised from the Hammond Optimist Club Christmas party held at Freddy's Steak House in Hammond, not the restaurant. The Times regrets the error.
A story that appeared in Friday editions of The Times about a Munster teacher who went to NASA should have indicated that students will study solar wind and how it affects Mars' atmosphere. The Times regrets the error.
Wednesday's editorial should have said the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning approved adding the Illiana Expressway to its 2040 transportation plan.
IDOT funds planning agency: The Illinois Department of Transportation reimburses the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning for certain services the agency provides. A Times story Thursday incorrectly reported CMAP's funding source. The Times regrets the error.
Mike Millsap was misidentified in a story that appeared in some editions on Friday. Millsap is a United Steelworkers District 7 subdirector. Jim Robinson is USW District 7 director.
In a story in Thursday's Illinois edition about a Prairie State College graduate working at a Lansing school, Jolie Avant's job title was incorrect in a headline. She is an English Language Lerner teacher. The Times regrets the error.
In a story in some editions of The Times on Wednesday, the name of a quilt presented to Army Sgt. 1st Class William Herr was misidentified. Herr received a Quilt of Valor from the Quilt of Valor Foundation.
Michael Eversole's name was listed in the wrong category in the arrests column in Tuesday's newspaper. Eversole, 46, 351 W. Jefferson St., Valparaiso, was charged with drunken driving. The Times regrets for the error.
The total vote for the referendum for the School Town of Munster was incorrect in a story in Wednesday's editions. The final tally was 3,689 “yes” and 1,991 “no.”
A story that appeared Wednesday in some editions of The Times incorrectly stated whose term on the Valparaiso School Board is expiring in July. The story should have said Jim Jorgensen's term is expiring.
FORT WAYNE | The Associated Press reported in error that former Chesterton High School student Alexander Beierwalter pleaded guilty to rape of an incapacitated woman in a Fort Wayne court. Court records show Beierwalter pleaded guilty to criminal deviate conduct. Two other former Chesterton …
Byline incorrect: A story in some editions Wednesday about Crete-Monee High School girls track star Tenija Foy contained the wrong byline. The story was written by Times correspondent Phil Arvia. The Times regrets the error.
Ricardo (Streetwise) Moreno's letter to the editor Tuesday should have said Hammond Councilman Al Salinas Jr. spent $77,511 in city casino money on Dumpsters in 2011.
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Information unclear: A story in some editions Sunday about the race for the Lake County Republican Party chairmanship was not clear about the number of Republican officeholders in the county. Current party Chairwoman Kim Krull said the party has won 23 additional Republican seats since 2009 …
Parent misidentified: In Sunday's edition, a Gary parent who has concerns about special education issues in the Gary Community School Corp. should have been identified as Sherida Cobbins. The Times regrets the error.
The crimeTimes listing published Nov. 30 incorrectly listed the charges for Justin Crowell of Valparaiso. It should have stated he was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of a narcotic and driving while suspended.
CEO'S HOMETOWN INCORRECT: A story Thursday about newly hired NIPSCO CEO Jim Stanley contained incorrect information about where he grew up. Stanley grew up in Portage. The Times regrets the error.
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