HAMMOND | It's not usual for a score from the opening squad of the opening day of a tournament to qualify for the semifinals a month later, but three bowlers have a shot.
VALPARAISO | After hearing from its real estate broker for the former North Coast Distributing building, the city's Redevelopment Commission is expected to extend the broker's contract for another six months but might lower the building's asking price.
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MUNSTER | An Evanston, Ill.-based company plans to build a solar panel manufacturing facility that will employ about 90 area residents within the next year, town officials said.
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The board of directors for Aramark Corp. named Lowell native Eric Foss as its president and chief executive officer Tuesday.
PORTAGE | The Ballet Folklorico Tapatio of Northwest Indiana will present Fiesta Folklorico 2012 at 7 p.m. March 10 at Portage High School West.
Featuring a real ruby "bottle cap" and encrusted with diamonds and emeralds, this 14k gold "Pepsi-Cola Bottle" brooch belonged to the late Joan Crawford and was sold at auction on Dec. 7 for $5,000.
GARY | Michael Steffan and Robert Gritzman of Pepsi Beverages Company recently presented Gregory Reinholt, development manager of Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana, a $432 check.
PORTAGE | A last-minute purchase of 75 bottles of Pepsi has earned a local cultural dance troupe a $10,000 Pepsi Refresh grant.
HAMMOND | Fresh off a final four appearance at the Intercollegiate Singles National Championships, Alice Veenstra put up some high scores in the semifinal round of the Times Classic cosponsored by Pepsi Sunday at Olympia Lanes.
Actress Joan Crawford, widow of Alfred N. Steele, late chairman of the Pepsi Cola company, is shown attending her first meeting of the company's board of directors in New York in this May 7, 1959 photo. Crawford, a major stockholder, was named to the board following her husband's death.
PORTAGE | The Portage Park Board approved a change in vendors for the sale of soft drinks and bottled water at city parks.
After more than a decade of promoting public art in Munster, it appears even the vandals respect the benefits it brings to the community.
VALPARAISO | With profits estimated to be from $25,000 to $35,000 a year, Valparaiso's Park Board voted Tuesday to proceed with the application for a license to sell beer at Forest Park Golf Course.
PORTAGE | The girls in the Ballet Folklorico of Portage swirled their colorful skirts as they twirled and stomped their feet.
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