SCHERERVILLE | Two local teens who set out to earn community service hours for school are helping bring comfort to cancer patients.
VALPARAISO | A 52-year-old Valparaiso woman chased down a 21-year-old man who entered her neighbor's car, jumped on top of him, then bit his finger when he pulled off her glasses.
WESTVILLE | The 30th Purdue University North Central Hyde Park Forum Public Speaking Contest concluded with Ben Vernosky, of Valparaiso, named winner of the "Speak-Off" competition.
VALPARAISO | The Blackbird Café, 114 Lincolnway, will host an event at 7:30 p.m. Thursday to benefit the Valparaiso Adult Learning Center.
VALPARAISO | The city should be ready to start another stormwater project from its priority list by mid-June after opening bids at last week's city Utilities Board meeting.
SCHERERVILLE | A new law firm, Westland Kramer & Bennett P.C., recently opened at 141 W. U.S. 30.
This was the best winter ever. I'm still knocking on wood, but since we've set our clocks forward, and according to the calendar March 20 was the vernal equinox (or for regular folks, the first day of spring!), I am a happy person. It's nice to see things blooming, even as we anxiously watch…
HOBART | A Gary woman became a regular at area hospital emergency rooms to obtain dozens of painkiller prescriptions, police said.
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MUNSTER | Cancer Resource Centre offers free education programs, mind/body/spirit classes and support groups for those with a cancer diagnosis and their caregivers.
MERRILLVILLE | The Town Council has approved a bond sale that will finance payment on a court case the town lost earlier this year.
A shoeless, shirtless Crown Point man found hiding near a couch and a smoldering sport utility vehicle inside a Lake County home early Tuesday was arrested and booked for operating a vehicle while intoxicated, police said.
HAMMOND | Monday's School City of Hammond board meeting was quieter with fewer in attendance than the May 9 meeting when more than 300 Latinos packed the administration building alleging discrimination and racism at Clark Middle/High School.
EAST CHICAGO | I Too Sing America will host its 4th Annual Black Musical Parade and Festival starting at noon on Saturday, June 25 in the Indiana Harbor area.
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