Irving Berlin could always write the perfect song for any holiday. His tune "Count Your Blessings" is great for Thanksgiving.
I really don’t like mentioning Christmas before Halloween or Thanksgiving, but. . .
That was an interesting summer, don't you think? Other than snow, I think we had all the seasons in one, spring to summer to fall to summer again. That’s why I love Northwest Indiana, always an adventure.
The U.S. National POW/MIA Recognition Day will be observed at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 20 at Schererville’s American Legion Post 485, 7485 Burr St.
The Schererville Chamber of Commerce will host its 50th annual All-you-can-eat Corn Roast on Friday at Redar Park, Austin and Gregory streets.
Memorial Day is Monday, and for some people, it’s become a three-day mini-vacation, filled with planting and a cookout or two. Sometimes, we seem to forget the true meaning of Memorial Day.
This Sunday, you can make a difference in the life of a Wounded Warrior. All you have to do is eat breakfast.
If spring’s arrival hasn’t inspired you to start cleaning out your garage, attic, or basement, watch an episode of TV's "Hoarders." I’ve emptied entire rooms during the commercials.
Cindy Jansky, of Caliber Funding, and Pam Bilyak, of Tupperware, would like to thank everyone who helped, attended and donated to the Schererville Chamber of Commerce’s 21st Mardi Gras Fashion Show this month. It was a great success and proceeds will be presented to the PTOs of Grimmer Middl…
Daylight savings time begins March 10. Yes, I know it’s more than a month away, but it’s a date I look forward to almost as much the White Sox spring opener - April 1 vs. Kansas City Royals.
Even though Christmas was yesterday (for most of us), it’s not over until the tree comes down or the cookies are gone, whichever comes first, and if you’re a betting person, bet on the cookies.
Hopefully, everyone had a great Thanksgiving and lots of fun at the Town of Schererville's and Schererville Chamber of Commerce's Christkindlmarket. Thanks to all the vendors who came and braved the night.
Fall is definitely in the air. Pumpkins and scarecrows are starting to show up on doorsteps and leaves are beginning to change color and fall. Pretty soon, Halloween Peeps will make their annual appearance.
Here it is the end of June, summer’s officially just kicking off and if you are in Schererville, you are busy.
We’ve moved! By we, I mean the Schererville Chamber of Commerce. Our office is now on the southwest corner of Joliet and Austin streets, and the address is 149 E. Joliet St.
Schererville's cement ducks are decorated for spring and I've seen a few White Sox garden gnomes cropping up around town. So it's official, spring is here and it's time to get outdoors.
This was the best winter ever. I'm still knocking on wood, but since we've set our clocks forward, and according to the calendar March 20 was the vernal equinox (or for regular folks, the first day of spring!), I am a happy person. It's nice to see things blooming, even as we anxiously watch…
Many of us are starting our Lenten journey today, Ash Wednesday, while for others, including the members of St. George Serbian Orthodox Church and St. George Hellenic Orthodox Church, Lent begins Monday.
As January ends, I hope everyone is rested and ready to start a busy year.
Santa Claus will arrive at 5 p.m. Friday at Schererville's Town Hall, 10 E. Joliet St., by firetruck (Mrs. Claus is using the sleigh for a family reunion at Teibel's). After he lights the town's Christmas tree, Santa will go inside and, with elves Lisa and Robin, meet and great everyone. Mak…
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