First Federal Savings and Loan Association president and CEO John Freyek started his banking career back when First Federal was across the street from Goldblatt's Department Store in downtown Hammond and most of the employees cashed their paychecks there.
VALPARAISO | Saying he refuses to accept some people's pessimistic projection that nothing can get done in Washington until 2017, Sen. Dan Coats presented his Road Map for 2014 at several stops around the state Wednesday.
There has been talk that the NBA and NCAA have developed a “Common Court” set of basketball standards that may soon be forced upon young basketball players in this state. On the surface, these organizations say they want to prepare young players to perform on the national and international l…
Jane Pauley, is shown sitting at her anchor desk photographed during her first appearance Monday, Oct. 12, 1976 on NBC's "Today" show, described in the AP photo captions as: "Miss Pauley, 25, an ex-Chicago newscaster, who moved to New York to replace Barbara Walters."
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INDIANAPOLIS | Hoosiers now have two ways to stay connected with their state legislators: the 2014 Indiana General Assembly Legislative Directory and the Legislative Directory App from the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.
The state's unemployment rate continued a downward slide by dropping 0.2 percentage points to 7.3 percent in November.
Manufacturing has been rebounding in Indiana, and factory owners who had been skittish are again willing to spend toward the growth of their businesses, a new Indiana University report concludes.
Tampa Bay Rays catcher Jose Lobaton swung a bat made in Valparaiso when he belted a walk-off homer out of Tropicana Field in the bottom of the ninth Monday.
VALPARAISO | The Indiana Historical Society hit town Thursday to stir up a little Hoosier historical hysteria for the state's bicentennial in 2016, and it appeared to be working.
Residents can go online to find out when a neighbor's home is being foreclosed on, if a business down the block has applied for a liquor license and how a local government proposes to spend their tax dollars.
Even though creative musical genius Cole Porter hailed from Peru, Ind., there aren't any Hoosier city stops on the new national Broadway tour of his revived hit "Anything Goes."
The formula for success in the Indiana General Assembly seems to be to set the bar low. With them, it's not so much reaching for the bar as not tripping over it.
I am extremely proud of Hoosier voters who realized their mistake four years ago, resoundingly rejecting Barack Obama and his politics of “The Blame Game.”
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. | Indiana will have to settle for milestones other than a bowl game to show the team's improvement this season.
Chicago resident Melvin Ballard makes a phone call while Hoosier Helper Conor O'Brien sprays dry chemical on Ballard's smoking vehicle engine on the shoulder of Interstate 80/94 eastbound in Hammond.
Hoosier Helper Conor O'Brien waits for emergency responders to clear the scene of a traffic accident on the shoulder of I-80/94 eastbound. O'Brien used safety cones and his truck equipped with a traffic arrow board to shut down the lane for the emergency.
Hoosier Helper Conor O'Brien grabs some debris out of the right lane of I-80/94 during his shift patrolling between Broadway and Torrence Avenue in Gary.
Hoosier Helper Conor O'Brien gives Merrillville resident Oliver Battle a gallon of gasoline after Battle's car ran out of it on I-80/94 in Gary.
Amber Westbrook, owner of The Bunker in Mishawaka, listens to a presentation from the Indiana Department of Administration on certification for Minority and Women's Business Enterprises at the Blue Chip Casino on Thursday.
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