Apple pie may be as American as the Fourth of July, but it probably wasn't on the table when the holiday first began.
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HOBART │ Marilyn’s Bakery is showing appreciation to its customers for 28 years of support by offering 1986 pricing on pies and bread.
MERRILLVILLE | Danielle Hill’s sixth grade blue team math students had a lesson in Pi on March 14.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Republican-controlled chambers of the Indiana General Assembly separately approved competing plans Thursday that both give big tax breaks to Hoosier companies.
Amelia Jimenez, 4, of Portage, decorates her pumpkin at the Covered Bridge Harvest Fest over the weekend at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Crown Point.
Looking a bit like a pumpkin herself, 10-year-old Isabella Schuhrke, of Lowell, competes in the pumpkin pie eating contest over the weekend at the Covered Bridge Harvest Fest at the Lake County Fairgrounds.
Townes Auksel, 3, of Porter, bowls with pumpkins over the weekend at the Covered Bridge Harvest Fest at the Lake County Fairgrounds.
Maddy Metros, 9, of Hobart, and Gianna Mack, 7, of South Holland, take part in the pumpkin pie-eating contest at the Covered Bridge Harvest Fest at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Crown Point. This year's festival is Sept. 26-28.
Thirteen-year-old Gabe Nieto, left, of Gary, and 8-year-old Charlie Wichmann, of Chicago, have at it Tuesday during the Pie Eating Contest at the Lake County Fair. Gabe came in first in his age group. Charlie had never had pie before this contest.
Nine-year-old Annika Baker, of Crown Point, pauses to lick her lips at the Pie Eating Contest on Tuesday at the Lake County Fair.
Jeff Wichmann, of Chicago, gives his 8-year-old son Charlie some words of encouragement Tuesday before the Pie Eating Contest at the Lake County Fair. This was the first time Charlie had ever had pie.
Antonio McRae, of Lake Station, watches in amazement as his competitor Alan Anton, of Chicago, devours an apple pie Tuesday during the Pie Eating Contest at the Lake County Fair. Anton easily won the competition by finishing the pie in about 10 minutes.
CROWN POINT | Antonio McRae of Lake Station watches in amazement as his competitor Alan Anton of Chicago devours an apple pie at the Pie Eating Contest at the Lake County Fair Tuesday, August 7, 2012. Anton easily won the competition finishing the pie before the allotted 15 minute time limit…
Saylor Elementary School teacher Ginger Stocky wipes whipped cream from her face Thursday after third-grader John Holland hit her with a pie during a fundraiser at the school in South Haven.
Saylor Elementary School first-grader Ethan Adkins hits teacher Stefanie Engle with a whipped cream pie Thursday. Ethan was one of seven students to win a raffle to throw pies at teachers as an American Heart Association fundraiser at the South Haven school.
Saylor Elementary School kindergartner Landon Collette throws a whipped cream pie in the face of teacher Kristen Siminski on Thursday during the American Heart Association fundraiser at the South Haven school.
Saylor Elementary School fifth-grader Jonathan Brasseur throws a whipped cream pie in the face of teacher Marci Johnson on Thursday. Jonathan was one of the students selected in a raffle for the American Heart Association fundraiser. Saylor Elementary School in South Haven has raised more th…
Kahler Middle School raised money for Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis by selling tickets for a chance to throw a pie at a teacher.
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