Ivy Westerhoff 17, hangs a piece of siding during a service project Saturday at a house in Hammond.
Jack Havlin, left, owner of Havmack Construction, helps to hang a piece of siding with student volunteers Jake Yankauskas, 18, and Ivy Westerhoff, 17. United Neighborhoods Inc., Havmack Construction and students from Hammond Academy of Science and Technology teamed up Saturday to rehab a hou…
HAMMOND | Celebration of Life, a dinner by Webbhouse Inc., was held at The Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, from 5:30-9:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 26. Board of Director Bob Farmer created the event to show thanks to those who have supported the non-for-profit organization and to celebrate the Mont…
GLENWOOD | An intergovernmental agreement appears to have been reached between the village and Brookwood Elementary School District 167 regarding a village-owned road that presented an obstacle to the building of a new middle school.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point native Jerry Ross, the first human to complete seven space shuttle missions, has been appointed as an honorary member of the board of directors of the Lake Court House Foundation Inc.
HAMMOND | A Purdue University Calumet alumnus and corporate manufacturing leader has made a substantial financial gift to his alma mater to advance development of a university manufacturing center.
GARY | CRWorks, Inc., a nonprofit organization based in Gary, has received a grant from Federal Home Bank of Indianapolis for $170,000 under the Affordable Housing program.
MUNSTER | Goodwill Industries of Michiana Inc. is partnering with the Jewel-0sco store in Munster for a donation drive.
Tom Krygsheld, center, owner of Illiana Heating and Air Conditioning Inc., stands in front of the business' new building on Wicker Ave. with general manager Kevin Frump, left, and sales manager Dan Krygsheld.
EAST CHICAGO | Co-hosted by Neighborhoods,Inc. and Grow It In Chicago Coalition is Backyard Garden Workshop from 5-7 p.m. May 15, at the Salvation Army, 513 W. Chicago Avenue.
SCHERERVILLE | You could say Misty Chandos is lucky, or you could say she is fast.
HAMMOND | The owner of LaPorte-based Paynes Products is suing a tool company in federal court for allegedly selling imitations of his products.
HAMMOND | You can't blow off Doyle Godbolt for too long.
Drum Major Award Marchers pray Saturday during the Gary Frontiers Service Club, Inc. annual Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast at the Genesis Convention Center in Gary.
Lake County Superior Court Judge Calvin Hawkins speaks Saturday during the Gary Frontiers Service Club, Inc. annual Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast in Gary.
The 2013 Drum Major award recipient Dr. David Chube, left, talks with Mistress of Ceremonies Darian Collins on Saturday during the Gary Frontiers Service Club, Inc. annual Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast in Gary.
Nicole Richards and her husband Joree Richards, of Gary, pray during the Gary Frontiers Service Club, Inc. annual Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast in Gary.
Jayda Moore, 7, listens Saturday during the Gary Frontiers Service Club, Inc. annual Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast in Gary.
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