The old field house and gymnasium area at Lake Central High School, right with the new pool and athletic area at left. The new work done is about 875,000 square-feet that includes a new 50 meter pool, vocational classrooms, 3-stories of academic classrooms, and more.
New Prairie's Kelsey Tyler, left, LaPorte's Kailee Schoof and Valparaiso's Alison Mundell race toward the finish line at last year's Chesterton Sectional. Schoof will be one of the favorites to win the title this season.
Joshua Sutton, of Buck's Bike Shop with some of the new Yuba cargo bikes recently available at the Valparaiso bicycle store. The two-wheelers offer a way to literally haul around the whole family and cargo under the power of one adult.
Joshua Sutton, of Buck's Bike Shop, rides a Yuba "Mundo" cargo bike along Cascade Drive in Valpraiso. The bicycles offer a way to literally haul around the whole family and cargo under the power of one adult. Buck’s recently added two models of Yuba to its offerings, the Mundo and Boda Boda.
Region rivals Merrillville and Crown Point played in the opening round of girl's volleyball sectionals last spring at Crown Point High School.
Tarenger Costello, of Chesterton, tries the AWARE-TXT Simulator at Ivy Tech Community College in Valparaiso in November.
Dr. Robert Angerman, shown in 2009 in his dental office, died at age 76 on June 12. He always treasured the advice of his late friend Liberace, who was one of his patients: "If you can change somebody's life, it's invaluable."
Crown Point market attracts vendors from all over the region during Hometown Festival days.
Poverty is more pervasive in Northwest Indiana than most people realize, even 50 years after President Lyndon Johnson declared war on poverty.
Griffith's Matt Colomes broke the school record for doubles this season with 14. He leads his team with a .456 batting average.
Mike Adams, dubbed the "hot dog guy," is a familiar face with his hot dog vendor cart in Crown Point.
Blackjack dealer John Quigley at Horseshoe casino
T.F. South's Brian Seymour, right, said he is excited to play under the lights at Gary's U.S. Steel Yard. The Rebels play rival T.F. North at 7 p.m. today.
Milka Atchley, from ArcelorMittal's Burns Harbor, plants celery with South Haven Elementary School kindergarten student, Hunter Reid, 6, last spring as part of the school's Teaching Garden.
Crown Point Republican Kim Krull displays yard signs she gave away during a rally in opposition to the Lake County income tax.
VNA home hospice care nurse Stephanie Paduch visits in June with Bill Crumpacker, of Chesterton. Crumpacker died last fall.
Thornton's Marsean Vercher guards 1995 Thornton grad Tai Streets during the McLegends XI all-star basketball game in April 2013
Star Plaza Theatre President, CEO and Talent Buyer Charlie Blum, who began his career as a booking consultant for the theater, marks his 25th anniversary with the stage space on March 13, 2014.
Luke and Pete Bochniak, of Valparaiso, work on a sand sculpture from the nursery rhyme, "There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe," last July as they participate in the 16th annual sand sculpture contest at Indiana Dunes State Park.
Marian Catholic boys basketball coach Mike Taylor
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