Ebony Stallworth is throwing out all the records.
Jason Tsirtsis is taken off where he left off at Crown Point.
The Times Media Co. has a new leader who has run community newspapers in Ohio and Oklahoma.
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Once Chicago’s matinee idol, clutch hitter and go-to guy for interviews on the Cubs’ last contending teams, Mark DeRosa now counsels patience to the fans who once protested his trade to the Cleveland Indians.
PORTAGE | When tornadoes struck Oklahoma in late May, Lutheran Church Charities deployed a team of Comfort Dogs and handlers which included Comfort Dog Barnabas and Pastor Tim Engel from Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Portage.
Grief and shock has seized the scientific community with the deaths of three storm chasers in El Reno, Okla., from a multivortex tornado Friday.
Call it a season to remember for Manchester College’s Jordan Nieman.
VALPARAISO | As lemonade stands go, it was a resounding success, generating more than $200 in just two hours. But Wednesday's effort wasn't a typical kid's beverage sale, and it's now snowballed into a much larger relief effort for those affected by the tornado strike in Oklahoma.
Former Chesterton resident Pam Chandler is reunited with her dog, Abby, after they were separated during Monday's tornado in Moore, Okla.
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CHICAGO | Conor Gillaspie couldn't keep his eyes of the images from Moore, Okla., as the White Sox prepared for Monday night's game.
Picking through the debris of his tornado-demolished home Wednesday in Moore, Okla., Valparaiso native Jacob Schroeder hoped he might find things like baby books, the computer with the family's stored pictures or his daughter's favorite stuffed toy.
CHESTERTON | Here at James O'Connor Martial Arts, along with the hard-working volunteer efforts of other local organizations, are calling on our parents, students, followers, & friends to collect for the Oklahoma devastation. Mr. Padraig Martin, one of our black belts/fellow instructors …
One of the great things about living in America is the American Spirit and the willingness of people to come to the aid of others during tragic events. The recent tornadoes in Oklahoma have already brought volunteers to the area and others will certainly follow.
We are already experiencing unseasonably warm days and the incomparable beautiful evenings that signal early summer. For me, this has always been a season of industrious home improvement projects---this year it’s windows, every single window in the house to be exact---followed by a race to g…
Ashley Brown and John Cudia star in the lead roles in "Oklahoma!" at Chicago Lyric Opera until Sunday, May 19, 2013.
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The longer I stayed here, the more likely I thought I would never be saying goodbye, but I guess it goes to show that one never knows what the Lord has planned for us.
Water fights used to be a fun thing to do on hot summer days. These days, they are deadly serious and can go all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
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