Steve Haggard (left) and John McGinty star in "Tribes" at Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago playing until Feb. 9, 2014.
Joanna Witulski is working to bring resources and networking opportunities to region residents during the second annual Northwest Indiana Deaf and Hard of Hearing Festival.
I am doing a little venting here, I guess. I started to lose my hearing when I was 27. I am now 60. I have been living in a quiet world for a long time. I am not complaining; it is what it is.
CROWN POINT | Bethel Church is hosting its first Deaf Social for the Northwest Indiana deaf community from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, with food, door prizes, games, fellowship and more.
The Indiana State Fire Marshal's Office has about 500 free smoke alarms to distribute to lower-income residents who are deaf or hearing impaired.
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