Porter Health System CEO Jonathan Nalli reads the donate life proclamation while staff and others gather Tuesday near the main entrance to Porter Regional Hospital. The ceremony was held in observance of National Donate Life Month.
Porter Health System CEO Jonathan Nalli, center in background, reads a proclamation Tuesday while maintenance tech Jerry Scott, left, raises a Donate Life flag near the main entrance to Porter Regional Hospital. Staff and others gathered near the hospital's main entrance in observance of Nat…
Jerry Scott, a Porter Health System maintenance tech, raises a Donate Life flag Tuesday near the main entrance to Porter Regional Hospital. The ceremony, which featured CEO Jonathan Nalli reading a proclamation, was in observance of National Donate Life Month.
Anton Means, left, Aunt Millie's Bakery key account manager, and branch manager Scott Foreman unload some of the 3,600 loaves of bread that were donated Wednesday to the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana in Gary.
Volunteer Jacob Budzowski wheels in some of the 3,600 loaves of bread that were donated Wednesday to the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana in Gary.
Dana Brad, a NIPSCO projects manager, colors a thermometer in the company's lobby signifying a $100,000 donation made on Monday to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana.
Lincoln Ellis, president and CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana, thanks NIPSCO employees for their $100,000 donation to the organization.
MERRILLVILLE | The American Red Cross blood supply has reached emergency levels, with 50,000 fewer donations than expected this month. This shortfall leaves the Red Cross with half the readily available blood products on hand now than this time last year.
Porter Health System CEO Jonathan Nalli, third from left, and others join hands in support of National Donate Life month Thursday during a flag raising ceremony at the Porter hospital in Valparaiso.
Porter Health System CEO Jonathan Nalli gives a proclamation for National Donate Life month Thursday at the Porter hospital in Valparaiso. There are more than 110,000 people waiting for a transplant including 36 in Porter County. Porter Health System is encouraging people to be organ donors …
Lincoln Ellis, CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana, speaks Friday at the John Will Anderson Club in Gary.
Michael Finissi, chief operating officer for NIPSCO, gives high-fives Friday to club members at the John Will Anderson Boys & Girls Club in Gary. Bill Masterson Jr., Times Media Co. publisher, is seated at left. NIPSCO representatives announced the power company's pledge to donate $1 mil…
Times Media Co. Publisher Bill Masterson Jr. speaks Friday at the John Will Anderson Boys & Girls Club in Gary.
Members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana hold a novelty check Friday at the John Will Anderson Club in Gary. NIPSCO announced a $1 million donation to the campaign to remodel Gary's former Tolleston Middle School into the new John Will Anderson Club. The pledge marks one of…
Eddie Melton, communications and community relations manager for NIPSCO, speaks Friday during an announcement of the utility's $1 million donation to the campaign to remodel the former Tolleston Middle School into a new center for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana in Gary.
Boys & Girls Club member Shawn Dukes, 15, right, gives visitors a tour Friday of the John Will Anderson Club in Gary after an announcement of a $1 million gift from NIPSCO. The donation will be used to renovate the former Tolleston Middle School into a new John Will Anderson Club.
Region residents donated 6,000 pounds of supplies to help tornado-stricken residents in southern Indiana, a local business owner said.
Jadrien Doss, 17, watches nervously as his blood is drawn Thursday at Morton High School. Doss was born premature and received several blood transfusions that saved his life. He now has a chance to return the favor.
Jadrien Doss, 17, gives blood for the first time Thursday at Morton High School in Hammond.
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