Tarenger Costello, of Chesterton, tries the AWARE-TXT Simulator at Ivy Tech Community College in Valparaiso in November.
Get to know historic Benton Harbor on foot; experience the ultimate in glamping and rare photos of Bob Dylan are on exhibit in South Haven, Michigan.--- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
It’s about time John Cain, who has been basking in the glories of the 1960s, can celebrate the era with real legitimacy beginning tomorrow; along with a brief meditation on a very successful party at the Lubeznik Center last Saturday night.--- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Sh…
Students gather in the atrium of Ivy Tech Community College in Valparaiso Friday as they prepare for Canstruction Design Camp. Lake Area United Way and United Way of Porter County in cooperation with U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky came together to host a Superheroes Against Hunger "canstruction" c…
After the canned-food structures are built, they will be on display at Hobart's Southlake Mall where the public can vote on their favorite structure. At the conclusion of the event, all food items will be donated to the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana and ultimately local food pantries. From …
U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky talks with middle school students who gathered Friday at Ivy Tech Communty College in Valparaiso for the Superheroes Against Hunger "canstruction" competition. The students from Lake and Porter counties will use science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to de…
GARY | Indiana University, together with Ivy Tech Community College, received IU Board of Trustees approval today to proceed with the design of a new shared facility to be built on the northeast corner of Broadway and 35th Street.
VALPARAISO | Ants beware: Valparaiso University has what amounts to the world's largest magnifying glass.
While serving as guest speaker at Saturday's 60th Anniversary Luncheon Celebration for St. Mary's Medical Center Auxiliary of Hobart, reader Sarah Boyajian of Hammond asked me an interesting question.
INDIANAPOLIS | Nearly 66 percent of 2012 Indiana high school graduates went directly to college, up 2 percent from the Class of 2011. But 28 percent of them were not fully prepared and required remedial college coursework, according to a state study released Tuesday.
Dining through a program at one of the area's culinary or hospitality programs means getting the experience of a fine dining, downtown-caliber restaurant without paying the price tag of one.
Ivy Tech Northwest Chancellor Thomas Coley talks to high school seniors from 21st Century Charter in Gary who have earned associate degrees in general studies through Ivy Tech's dual-credit program. From left are Nyesha Canady, Shakira Burks and Arhonai Bandy.
These seniors from Whiting High School have earned technical certificates in industrial technology at Ivy Tech. From left are Jackson Cieceirski, Marcelo Lopez, Oscar Iniguez and Brett Gibbons. They were honored during a program Wednesday at Avalon Manor.
VALPARAISO | The city's Traffic and Safety Committee decided Thursday to try the gentle reminder approach to educate drivers about not parking in the no parking area on Jefferson Street in front of the Valparaiso Public Library.
Forest Hayes, Gary's director of commerce and economic development, speaks to local business leaders Wednesday about the city's University Park redevelopment plan.
An artist's rendition of renovations of the old Gary State Bank building on Broadway and Fifth Avenue include a plaza, a parking lot and drive-thru banking.
An artist's rendition of renovations of the old Gary State Bank building on Broadway and Fifth Avenue include a plaza, a parking lot and drive-Thur banking. Gary officials met with bankers and business leaders Wednesday to discuss the city's University Park redevelopment plan.
GARY | The Foster Youth Education seminar set for 10 a.m. today at the Ivy Tech Community College campus has been postponed.
GARY | A meeting to inform community leaders and educators about educational resources for children in foster care is scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday at the Ivy Tech Community College, 1440 East 35th Ave.
CROWN POINT | Northwest Indiana could be in line for millions of dollars in U.S. Commerce Department grants for new development in the area.
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