With April coming to a close and May rolling in, I am assured of two things across high schools throughout the region: Unfortunate amounts of rain whenever I head out to the golf course and high school seniors panicking about college.
PORTAGE | Indiana University Northwest will continue to offer classes at Portage University Center.
He's seen the movie. He's heard about the hype. But still ...
INDIANAPOLIS | Some 8,750 of Indiana University's lowest-paid employees are getting a raise July 1.
It's become an all-to-common scene in Lake County: Box-laden dollies being tugged up the metal ramps of moving trucks as folks seek greener pastures elsewhere.
It looks like history may be in the making with recent approval to fund a bikes-on-trains study for the South Shore Line.
PORTAGE | The University Center will soon no longer be the University Center.
GARY | Indiana’s unique fiscal policies — particularly the property tax cap backed by the General Assembly and enrolled in the state’s Constitution by voters in November 2010 — now pit local communities against one another in a perpetual fight for funding.
Northwest Indiana was forged largely on steel, and its lunch-pail identity is welded to the metal made in the blaze of the mills that loom over the lakeshore. But today's new jobs are more likely to be found in suburban business parks and health care facilities.
Indiana coach Tom Crean, left, gets in the face of forward Will Sheehey during the March 8 game at Michigan, which prevailed 84-80.
GARY | Looking for work?
It’s been quite the freshman season for Kaitlyn Moricz.
VALPARAISO | At 3:20 p.m. Saturday, Laura Breen was taking a deserved break from competing in the second annual 24-Hour InSWIMniac Challenge at the Valparaiso Family YMCA.
Consumer spending has been making a comeback, and big stores have been cropping up lately in Northwest Indiana's retail sector.
Phil Potempa's daily entertainment news column.
Angel Escobedo knows the clock is ticking.
Northwest Indiana grew 1.9 percent last year, trailing both the state and nation.
I love journalism. I suppose that’s one of the reasons why I’m writing this column as well as studying journalism at Indiana University.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. | Modifications to Assembly Hall have been completed ahead of schedule and the basketball arena is now "fully functional."
Possible precautions in light of the metal beam that fell from the ceiling of IU's Assembly Hall.
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