- Fatal shooting marks region's first homicide of 2014
- 2 killed hours apart, marking region's first homicides of 2014
- E.C. teen dies, second wounded in shooting
- Hammond man struck, killed in apartment complex parking lot
- 1 dead, 1 arrested after shooting in Hammond
- Gary man killed in shooting Monday ID'd
PORTAGE | For the last month, striking workers have crowded around burn barrels in subzero temperatures and blizzard-like conditions outside a steel service center.
It’s good to be back home again in Indiana after a brief respite where no one ever has seen snow.
Behold a handful of off-cycle events scheduled in the next seven days that deserve attention including glass artistry in Chicago and Benton Harbor, along with the dazzling annual Chicago Flower and Garden Show. --- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
We're tracking homicides around the region in 2014.
MUNSTER | Another south suburban Chicago business has crossed the state line, and moved into a former mattress factory just across the border.
Are we truly appreciating the living connections with our past before they themselves pass into history?
Arctic winter weather continue to chill the gambling business in Northwest Indiana, with overall revenues at the five gaming boats falling 12.1 percent last month, according to the February revenue report from the Indiana Gaming Commission.
Experience, knowledge and skills are a necessary basis for high achievement, but as any Times Business and Industry Hall of Fame winner will tell you, navigation is a priority even for those who are at the top of the game.
Ivy Tech Chancellor Thomas G. Coley’s vision for could not be any more certain or his mission more clear. Ivy Tech gives students the skills and training necessary to get a not only a job, but a career path. Every program at Ivy Tech, Dr. Coley explains, is directed towards achieving an affo…
Valparaiso physician Mann Spitler III on Saturday tells the grim story of his daughter Manda's drug addiction and eventual death at the Keystone Conference hosted by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana.
HAMMOND | Civil War re-enactors will provide live demonstrations from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and Sunday at a special exhibit at the Indiana Welcome Center.
The Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore helped infuse $75.9 million into local communities in 2012, according to a National Park Service report.
GARY | A new owner is planning a $2.5 million renovation to a century-old tower to bring a bank back to downtown Gary for the first time in six years.
After a severe test of Paczki-avoidance, Diva Days are upon us and Chef Jean Joho devours the beach at Green Turtle Cay in a few weeks. --- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
As the mayor of the region's biggest city eyes a run for higher office, he might want to consult a neighboring school district on social media etiquette.
Dramatic developments in the wake of the Oscars in Miller Beach on Saturday, First Friday fest in Michigan City bounces to life and at the Box Factory, St. Patty's Day arrives early. --- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Beer fans will want to plan a trip soon to Hammond's Horseshoe Casino.
A new leader will take the reins at the Northwest Indiana Forum, a privately funded economic development agency.
We've been doing some sprucing up on nwi.com and the NWI Communities sites lately, Some of you may notice some of those changes right away, but we just wanted to share some of the highlights:
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