VALPARAISO | The beer tap is gone, replaced by labs with chemicals and testing equipment for developing additives to a variety of vinyl products.
The University of Saint Francis (Fort Wayne) football team had its season come to an end Saturday in a 28-14 loss to the University of Cumberlands in the quarterfinals of the NAIA Football Championship Series.
Holocaust survivor Eva Mozes Kor speaks to 8th graders at Valparaiso High School's auditorium.
She’s back at it again.
CHICAGO | It's been five years since the Bulls hit the jackpot in the lottery and used the golden ticket to grab Derrick Rose with the No. 1 pick.
Cookbook author ("Whatever Happened to Sunday Dinner?") Lisa Caponigri will be at Sawyer Garden Center and Moe Mroueh will be dishing it out at the Taste of Michigan City this weekend ---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
A group of Ben Franklin Middle School students washes cars Wednesday at the Valparaiso Police Department as part of a service day. Other groups engaged in other activities at various locations in the city. This was the first year students have done work communitywide, said Becky Cowan, a cou…
Bailey Vantine, 14, joins more than a dozen eighth-graders from Ben Franklin Middle School on Wednesday as they was police cars for a service project.
Students from Ben Franklin Middle school spray Valparaiso police cars with water Wednesday as they wash the vehicles for a service project. Nearly 100 eighth-grade students fanned out across the city to wash the cars, paint a mural at the Caring Place, sew toy bears at the hospital, work in …
Two young women were discussing lunch options as the elevator descended to the lobby of our Loop office building recently, and it came down to the two mobile food trucks that park outside on West Jackson—one offering Jamaican "jerk" meats, the other Asian cuisine. The meals aren't prepared i…
Teacher Christine Brenner, left, president of the teachers union in Griffith, joins her colleagues at Franklin Elementary School in wearing black on Fridays to protest legislative attempts to restrict union bargaining at public schools.
Teachers at Franklin Elementary School in Griffith, like some at other schools, are wearing black on Fridays to protest legislative issues and the impact on public schools. Teacher Christine Brenner, left, president of the teachers union in Griffith, joins her colleagues in black garb at the…
Benjamin Franklin Middle School eighth-graders Madi Walter, right, hands Drake Barton a dog brought by Dr. Larry McAfee of McAfee Animal Hospital during career day at the school Wednesday.
Registered Nurse Cindy Sergent, of Porter hospital, talks Wednesday about different careers in health care while Benjamin Franklin Middle School eighth-grader Evan Curry helps out during career day at the school.
Cindy Sergent, a registered nurse at Porter hospital, talks about different careers in health care while Benjamin Franklin Middle School eighth-grader Maggie Welsh pretends to be a nurse during career day at the school. Professionals from various industries told students about their careers.…
A Argenteen Tegu walks around a classroom Wednesday at Benjamin Franklin Middle School while eighth-graders listen to Dr. Larry McAfee, left, talk about his job as a veterinarian. McAfee and his employees brought animals to share with the students on the career day.
Valparaiso - Mike Leeson, owner of the Industrial Revolution Eatery, accepts his Community Improvement Award for the new restaurant on U.S. 30 during an award ceremony at the Valparaiso University Harre Union Wednesday, July 7, 2010.
Uptown East co-owners Larry Gough, right, and Chase Sorrick accept their Valparaiso Community Improvement Award for the Lincolnway Avenue building during a luncheon at the Valparaiso University Harre Union Wednesday.
Franklin House co-owner Jason Evans holds up his Heritage Award, left, for historic preservation of a building in Valparaiso and his Community Improvement Award, right, after being honored at the 43rd annual Valparaiso Community Improvement Award luncheon at the Valparaiso University Harre U…
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