Mark Ennes' last name was misspelled in a story in some editions of Friday's Times. He is vice chairman of the Valparaiso Fire Protection Territory Board.
A story in Sunday's edition ran a photo of Munster High School students working on a robotics project as part of a story about the Munster school district's finances. Sponsors of the Mustang HorsePower FIRST Robotics team said the group receives no funding from the school district and is ent…
In a Wednesday story about cruise nights, the listing for one in Lansing was incorrect. It is from 6 to 10 p.m. Aug. 2 in Lansing on Ridge Road between Wentworth and Burnham avenues. The Times regrets the error.
Corrupt government officials sometimes pay a hefty personal price for their misdeeds. Just ask former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, whose 2008 attempt to sell President Barack Obama's U.S. Senate seat and shake down a children's hospital earned him 14 years in federal prison.
The name of a veteran scheduled to receive a diploma this week from Thornton Fractional North High School was misspelled in a Sunday story. The correct name is James Gindl. The Times regrets the error.
A story in some Thursday editions listed an incorrect figure for what the city of Hammond spent on Festival of the Lakes in 2013.
Hammond City Councilman Robert Markovich was misquoted in a story in some Thursday editions. Markovich said the council members who voted in support of Councilman Homero "Chico" Hinojoa's request for a financial report on the last three years of the Festival of the Lakes were going with Mayo…
A story in some Friday editions misidentified Lake Station Mayor Keith Soderquist. The Times regrets the error.
Veteran's rank incorrect: A brief in some Jan. 26 editions and a picture in some Feb. 7 editions incorrectly listed the rank of Joe Ceasor Sr., one of four African-Americans World War ll veterans honored by the city of Hammond. Ceasor is a private first class. The Times regrets the error.
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…
CROWN POINT | Jason Cozmanoff, 44, received a 12-year prison sentence Friday in the hit-and-run that killed Lake County Corrections Officer Britney Meux and injured three fellow officers on March 6, 2012.
A panel that looked at sentencing reform this month was advised that if judges and prosecutors seek lengthy prison terms, Indiana's prison population won't drop.
A column in the Sunday Illinois edition about a toy drive should have stated that the toy drive last year collected more than 2,000 toys and $2,700 in gift cards, not just at the Lansing location. The Times regrets the error.
GROUP'S MISSION MISIDENTIFIED: A story in some editions Sept. 5 on Gary officials signing a resolution supporting the use of the Clean Air Act to reduce greenhouse gas emissions contained an error.
In a Thursday story on a Calumet City resident seeking assistance with his medical costs, a quote attributed to Franciscan St. Margaret Health President Tom Gryzbek contained an error.
VOLUNTEERS MISIDENTIFIED: A story in some Wednesday editions contained an error. There were 80 volunteers who helped clean Buffington Memorial Park in Gary, but only nine of them were high school students.
In an A1 story Tuesday about a proposed landfill for Dolton, the name of Dolton's village president was incorrect. Ronnie Lewis is the village president of Dolton; Lewis Towers is village president in Sauk Village. The Times regrets the error.
Date incorrect: A story in some editions Wednesday gave an incorrect date for Bowen High School's inception. The current school at 2710 E. 89th St. was dedicated in 1911. It originally was built in 1876 at 93rd Street and Houston Avenue. The Times regrets the error.
Marquette's Jasmin Biberovic and Ryan Fazekas were omitted from the honorable mention list of Times All-Area boys basketball players in Friday's editions.
Cost incorrect: A story in some editions Sunday reported the wrong ticket cost for a high school production because of incorrect information submitted to The Times. Admission to Griffith High's production of "Little Shop of Horrors" — set for Friday, Saturday and Sunday — costs $8 for adults…
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