- 1 2 injured in crash on U.S. 6 in Jackson Township
- 2 This bites: Emerging breed of mosquito is more aggressive
- 3 Task force releases details in fatal shooting of M'ville officer
- 4 Tri-Creek, Crown Point, Merrillville schools close Monday to accommodate funeral traffic
- 5 Gaucho's Brazilian Steakhouse to return
MUNSTER | Orders for the Humane Society Calumet Area’s mum sale fundraiser are due Monday.
The parents, faculty and students at St. Florian School have been inspiring with their positive attitude and hard work.
I recently wrote about a couple of fundraisers in Lansing both being held in memory of men from Lansing who died very young. The fundraisers were done in their honor to raise funds for two worthy foundations.
GARY | Local organizations are having fundraisers this month for the family of slain Gary Patrolman Jeffery Westerfield.
MICHIGAN CITY | The Washington Park Zoo will host its annual Zoo-B-Que fundraiser from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the zoo.
Fourth of July festivities are over and do you know what that means? Dam Duck Race tickets are now on sale for $5 each or 5 for $20 from any member of the Hobart Community Foundation, including this writer.
Two Sunday fundraisers will benefit the Humane Society of Northwest Indiana, a "Picture Your Pet with the Easter Bunny" event in Gary and a "Bunco for the Animals" party in Schererville.
HIGHLAND | Youth groups of the First Presbyterian Church of Highland are raising money to serve the communities of Montgomery, W.V., and Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic, during two mission trips this summer.
A blanket of snow has arrived in Hobart, perhaps setting the stage for the arrival of Santa’s sleigh later this month?
CEDAR LAKE | The Cedar Lake Kiwanis Club made a splash with some events in September. They started the month off by donating a kayak, paddles, phones, and a variety of games to the Cedar Lake Parks and Recreation Department.
Crown Point Boy Scout Troop 45 will hold its annual, giant garage sale from 8 a.m. to noon Sept. 14.
SCHERERVILLE | A group of about 50 people met in Schererville Thursday night to raise funds for Bill Daley's gubernatorial campaign in Illinois.
HIGHLAND | Our Lady of Guadalupe Society from St. James the Less Catholic Church recently awarded a scholarship to Nicole Vetroczky in memory of the Rev. Francis Lazar, who served as pastor from 1970 through 2005 and passed away at age 73 in 2007. A Lake Central High School graduate, Vetroc…
GRIFFITH | Tri Kappa sorority is a statewide organization of women dedicated to the promotion of charity, culture, and education
Annika Johnson, 11, received a taste of college life last month when she attended the Ball State Institute for the Gifted in Mathematics at Ball State University.
Gary resident Gregory Richards is turning the tragedy of losing his spouse into a mission that has the potential to help many.
The eighth annual CARSTAR Make-A-Wish Charity Golf Outing will tee off Wednesday, Aug. 7 at Youche Country Club in Crown Point.
WHITING | Cancer Never Sleeps, and neither will those who participate in the overnight American Cancer Society Relay for Life on June 1 and 2 at Whiting Park.
MERRILLVILLE | The American Heart Association raised nearly $600,000 for cardiovascular research, education and advocacy at Saturday's Heart of Gold Gala, the group announced Tuesday.
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