Hometown Festival Days
Retired Marine Infantry Capt. Rob Scott ran the 5K part of the Hub Run on Saturday with friends as he wore combat boots and a 50-pound pack on his back. Scott served four years in Iraq and was one of nearly 2,000 who participated in the Hub Run 5K and 2K races which started and ended in the …
Valparaiso High School track and cross-country runner Jonathan Zygmunt, 16, crosses the finish line to win the 5k Hub Run on Saturday in Crown Point. A close second was last year's winner, Crown Point High School track and cross-country runner Ryan Kepshire, also 16,
CROWN POINT | Other than catching their breath, those participating in Saturday’s Hub Run had another reaction after crossing the finish line.
artwork by Skyler Ernst, Middle School Design Contest winner
CROWN POINT | Friday’s kickoff to Hometown Festival Days was a feast of favorites such as roasted corn and pork chops, elephant ears and cheesecake on a stick.
Crown Point Hometown Festival Days hosts its Dolly Parade at 11 a.m. Monday. This free family event will begin on the east side of the Old Courthouse.
CROWN POINT | After its weekend kickoff with the corn roast, the Hometown Festival Days kicks back into gear with Monday's Dollie Parade.
CROWN POINT | Hometown Festival Days kick off with the annual Corn Roast, this year expanding to two days, from 4 to 11 p.m. Friday and noon to 11 p.m. Saturday on South Main Street, just south of the downtown square. The beer garden closes a half-hour earlier than the corn roast each day.
Do you own a pre-1984 vehicle? Bring it to the Lake County Fairgrounds, 889 S. Court St., on Saturday to enter into the 103rd Anniversary Cobe Cup Celebration. Cars, trucks, motorcycles pre-1984, and all years of Corvettes, cost $10 to register. All registered drivers will receive goody bags…
CROWN POINT | The city welcomes the 2012 season of Car Cruises from 4 to 8 p.m. every Thursday around the historic downtown square, beginning tonight through Sept. 27.
A Play at the Courthouse
The Crossroads Regional Chamber is preparing for another very busy year.
CROWN POINT | The Crossroads Regional Chamber of Commerce's Hometown Festival Days will conclude tonight with the Gospel Concert at 6:30 on the Old Lake County Courthouse lawn.
CROWN POINT | June Urycki saw a parking spot with her name on it.
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