Local churches of various faiths are celebrating Holy Week with both old and new traditions.
An Environmental Party and Roan & Black opening on Saturday in Michigan and then back to Merrillville for a splendid, even intimidating buffet at Innsbrook Country Club in Merrillville. The weather looks divine.--- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Phil Potempa's weekly farm column recipe.
HOBART | Most youngsters are content to open a lemonade stand in front of their house. Not 7-year-old Hunter Mehl. The Hobart boy, with help from his parents, is hoping to get approval April 18 from the Board of Works to open a stand near the fountain at Festival Park off Old Ridge Road.
Times columnist Philip Potempa will share Easter and Passover food traditions on the 6 a.m. "Sunrise" Easter Sunday NBC 5 Chicago television newscast.
SOUTH HOLLAND | River Oaks Community Church hosts its second annual Easter Sunday helicopter egg drop at noon Sunday on the baseball field behind Thornwood High School, 17100 South Park Ave.
Today is the day Christians all over the world celebrate that Jesus Christ rose from the dead. Although Christmas is often the most popular holiday of the year, Easter ranks first in importance among all of the other holidays of the Christian church year. It is the celebration of God making …
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