Philip Purevich talks turkey with the parade mascot prior to the 2011 McDonald's Thanksgiving Parade.
Members of The Times Board of Economists reported at their October meeting the area economy keeps moving slowly forward and should see a boost because of holiday spending.
U.S. Steel recently overhauled its leadership after years of losses and a cement-booted stock price that has sunk by about 90 percent since 2008, but an analyst warns a turnaround will not be easy.
The Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority has appointed Carrie Hightman, executive vice president and chief legal officer of Merrillville-based NiSource Inc., as the new chair of the airport's ad hoc committee to explore a public-private partnership.
Anybody can giftwrap a matching apron and oven mitts. But if you really want to impress the foodie in your life, give the gift of kitchen tech.
A merger proposal to join the Hobart Chamber of Commerce and Lake Station's is only in the talking stage, chamber officials say.
The board of directors for Aramark Corp. named Lowell native Eric Foss as its president and chief executive officer Tuesday.
Former Portage High School and Valparaiso University basketball star Bruce Lindner is now executive director for the Porter County Aging and Community Services. With a degree in education from VU, Lindner also taught in Portage at Central Elementary and Aylesworth Schools. He's been with the…
Former Portage High School and Valparaiso University basketball star Bruce Lindner is executive director for the Porter County Aging and Community Services. With a degree in education from VU, Lindner also taught in Portage at Central Elementary and Aylesworth schools, and has been with the …
Former Portage High School and Valparaiso University basketball star Bruce Lindner is executive director for the Porter County Aging and Community Services. Lindner's 25.6 points-per-game average is still the best in Portage boys basketball history. His 725 points in the 1969-70 season are t…
Bruce Lindner, a former Portage High School and Valparaiso University basketball star, is now executive director for the Porter County Aging and Community Services. He starred for Harold Cox at Portage, scoring 566 points during the 1965-66 season.
Philip Purevich, originally from Gary's Glen Park neighborhood, will see 18 months of work come to fruition when the 78th annual McDonald's Thanksgiving Parade steps off Thursday. Purevich is the Chicago Festivals and Events executive director. He graduated from North Newton High School.
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CHICAGO | A former White Sox executive pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to a single count of wire fraud in connection with more than $400,000 in kickbacks received from prospective players in Latin America.
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PHOTO PROVIDED Hammond Clark High school graduate Bob Chapek, left, shown with celebrity Jennifer Aniston, is Walt Disney Studios’ new president of distribution. He’ll manage the delivery of films and TV shows across multiple platforms, including theatrical, home entertainment, pay TV, digit…
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