Mike Delph is a Republican state senator from Carmel, but he is well known to Republicans throughout the state.
A member of the LaPorte County Council blasted a county police officer on Facebook for a speeding ticket he received, and later removed the post and replaced it with an apology.
As the mayor of the region's biggest city eyes a run for higher office, he might want to consult a neighboring school district on social media etiquette.
VALPARAISO | The city collected a lot of ideas during last week's three public "big idea" gathering sessions for its Valpo Next planning effort, but it still hopes to get more.
I am tempted to be glib and just say I’m sick of food, but of course I’m not. I’m sure you know what I mean. The never-ending rearrangements of book titles with the words, “Salt,” “Sugar,” “Fat,” “Heat,” “Bread,” and/or the dreaded “Cake,” make me dizzy ...and I almost never cook.
With the Midwest coated in the polar vortex chill, many, myself included, are staying in and avoiding leaving the friendly warmth of our homes. With the perks of smartphones and tablets, staying in is easier than ever, so what better way to forget the cold than to read about the best apps to…
A vast majority of high school and college students use Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. People are focused on their own thoughts and making those thoughts known. Social media today highlight everyone’s narcissism, but this isn't always negative.
Tap on a touchscreen, identify restaurants, find out what reviewers have to say and make a reservation through OpenTable - all while driving at 60 mph on the interstate and never lifting your eyes off the road.
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VALPARAISO | You're in Valparaiso to have a nice dinner at one of the city's downtown restaurants, and, after the meal, you wonder what's happening in town that you might enjoy watching. What do you do?
The Horseshoe Casino unveiled its new Blackhawks blackjack pit Thursday.
It's pretty hard to find humor in the deep-freeze winter deluge burying us Regionites recently, but a state employee deserves thanks for thawing some of the agony with a little laughter.
Subzero cold, ice-slicked roads and drifting snow banks persisted Tuesday, but the brutal weather was not bad enough to freeze commerce in the region.
VALPARAISO | The city wants all its residents to tell it where to go - at least, in terms of the city's future direction.
The past couple of years I have followed Facebook pages and blogs dedicated to doing random acts of kindness each day. I enjoy reading what these people are doing to brighten the days of others and how they’ve helped in ways both big and small to do good things.
VALPARAISO | When Tina Loftis found a tag on her door Monday telling her the water would be shut off because she hadn't paid her bill for two months, she was surprised because she hadn't even gotten a bill for the past two months.
MUNSTER | The forthcoming closure of The Charley Horse Restaurant in Munster may cramp some people's plans for dining or watching the Blackhawks.
VALPARAISO | Police are seeking a criminal charge against a 15-year-old Hobart boy accused of making death threats on Facebook after another user of the social media site criticized his grammar.
VALPARAISO | The number of events keeps growing, but the Valparaiso Community Festivals and Events has shortened its name to Valparaiso Events.
VALPARAISO | The citywide vision plan has a name — Valpo Next — and a color scheme — blue and green. All it needs is the input of about 30,000 city residents to be complete.
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