My husband and I want to thank those who helped us last Friday evening during the downpour and flooding at the South Shore Brass Band concert in the Valparaiso's Central Park Plaza. They helped by getting me to our car, thereby, making it easy to drive back and get my husband and his wheelch…
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I want to thank the nice lady who helped me get up and gain my balance outside the Subway on Ridge Road in Lansing on Jan. 10.
I am hoping to express my gratitude to the citizens and professionals who came to my rescue after I had a traumatic accident on the on-ramp to eastbound Interstate 80/94.
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There's still good people in this world. I was at Menards on the 14th, came out and had a flat tire.
After a boxing scholarship at Wisconsin University and Army service, I spent 20 years with the Gary Police Department followed by 29 more in federal law enforcement with the U.S. State Department and then Homeland Security.
I would like to give a great big thank you to three young boys.
On March 20, my husband and I took a pickup load of auction items out to the Expo Center in Valparaiso. While we were unwrapping items and setting them up on the tables, my husband, Rich, collapsed and dropped to the concrete floor.
Thank you to the very kind and special lady who came to my rescue at the new McDonald's Restaurant on Ridge Road in Munster. I always stop by there because I enjoy their coffee and their service is the best.
I want to thank the two different Good Samaritans who stopped to help me recently when I fell crossing while the parking lot west of Calumet Avenue near the Dynasty Banquet Hall.
A young Munster man named Kyle went to a lot of trouble to help a stranger when he found my cellphone.
A quick note to the fellow turning west onto 151st Street in East Chicago, off Kennedy Avenue, recently: Thank you for stopping, getting out of your car and helping me when the railroad crossing gate was stuck on top of my car.
On Labor Day, I took my two grandchildren to Pulaski Park in north Hammond to play. While playing, my 9-year-old grandson fell and really knocked the air out of himself.
DeMotte residents John and Norma Van Keppel receive food Wednesday afternoon from NIPSCO employee Nancy Parker, right, at a disaster recovery tent in DeMotte.
NIPSCO communications manager Nick Meyer pours ice into coolers of water Wednesday at a disaster recovery tent at DeMotte Elementary School. The company said service was restored by Wednesday evening for most customers who lost power during Saturday's violent storm, which hit DeMotte particu…
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