MERRILLVILLE | More and more people are using single-load detergent packets when washing their dishes or doing their laundry -- instead of measuring out the cleaning agent and maybe spilling some in the process.
MERILLVILLE | Twenty-seven organization and association representatives learned what it meant to be a hero on March 21 during the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority and Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza’s Bring it Home Ambassador Reception.
Andrean's Matt Ruberry steals the ball against Merrillville earlier this year. The 59ers take their 49-point defensive average into Saturday's Class 3A Plymouth Regional against Lew Wallace, the state's highest scoring team at 79.43 points a game. Andrean must lock down to advance to the cha…
Andrean's D.J. Gonzalez, right, puts a body on Merrillville's B.J. Jenkins in a game earlier this year. The senior has helped lead the 59ers to one of their best years in terms of defensive average in school history. With an average at 49 points a game, it is hard to hit a shot or get into t…
MERRILLVILLE | The Merrillville High School band students help the fifth graders at Merrillville Intermediate School make a big decision. All MIS fifth graders have to decide before the school year is out if they want to play an instrument in the band. Many high school band students took tim…
GARY | Food baskets will be delivered this holiday season to more than 1,000 families in need across Lake, Porter and La Porte County thanks to a partnership between NIPSCO, the Urban League of Northwest Indiana, the City of Gary, WLTH Radio 1370-AM and the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana.
Merrillville's Jelani Pruitt, left and B.J. Jenkins defend against Andrean's Collin Wojcik on Saturday.
Merrillville's B.J. Jenkins battles for a rebound with Andrean's D.J. Gonzalez on Saturday.
Merrillville's Jake Rapopovich, left, tries to control the ball while Andrean's Matt Ruberry defends
Merrillville's Jake Rapopovich, left, tries to control the ball while Andrean's Matt Ruberry defends Saturday.
Merrillville's Jalen Wilbert shoots over Andrean's Nick Davidson on Saturday.
MERRILLVILLE | Only one more month until the United Ways of Lake and Porter Counties kick off their fundraising campaign with the annual Big Schmooze, an upbeat networking event at the Avalon Manor in Merrillville on Sept. 13. This is the must-attend event of the season, with the region’s el…
EAST CHICAGO | Looking for a fun way to spend time this weekend, see fantastic and creative artwork, as well as possibly start some Holiday shopping?
The Pirates rushed for 271 yards, taking the sectional over Duneland Athletic Conference opponent Lake Central, 30-24.
Almost every afternoon, Karl Seibel, of Crown Point, is at one of his favorite hangouts with his computer, studying for classes or working on a paper.
MERRILLVILLE | The STAND, (Socially Together and Naturally Diverse) club had its 7th International Dinner on Saturday, May 14 at Pierce Middle School.
CROWN POINT | The Crossroads Chamber of Commerce hosted their monthly networking meeting April 19 at St. Elijah Serbian American Hall.
Tickets are selling fast for Breakfast with the Easter Bunny, the annual event sponsored by Crossroads Regional Chamber of Commerce from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday in the Maki Ballroom at the Old Courthouse on the downtown square in Crown Point.
MERRILLVILLE | On Thursday, March 15, Merrillville Alumni returned to Merrillville High School to talk to current freshmen and sophomores about college life.
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