Porter County Expo Center
Chefs Michael Paszkief, from left, Jim Galligan and Kyle Fouch of the American Culinary Federation of Northwest Indiana serve tortellini to guests at the Taste of Valparaiso on Thursday at the Porter County Expo Center.
Tri Kappa's Taste of Valparaiso was held Thursday evening at the Porter County Expo Center. Dozens of local restaurants gave out samples of their cuisine at the ticketed event.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind. told Porter County Sheriff Department officers of a childhood ritual lovingly forced upon him by his mom, whose brother was a policeman.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Bartenders, servers and liquor store clerks gathered Tuesday at the Porter County Expo Center to learn how to balance responsibility with the ability to make money.
At long last the mile-high snow piles have melted away. In their wake, I find two things to reflect on.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Clad in a black suit, cowboy hat, bolo tie and snakeskin boots, Steven Bloom hunched intently over a bin of CDs Saturday morning, flipping through them in search of any good rockabilly or vintage country records.
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Karen Dewitt, left, and her sister Helen Dewitt attend a quilt show at the Porter County Expo Center on Saturday. Karen Dewitt was at the show to promote her books "The Bunco Club" and "Quilters of the Bunco Club."
The String-A-Long Quilters guild is sponsoring a quilt show at the Porter County Expo Center during the weekend. Among those at the show was Di Richards, of Quilts of Valor, a nonprofit organization that donates quilts to veterans.
Grand Rapids' Cottage & Lakefront Living Show, the herald of the Lake Michigan Shore season, has what you have been fantasizing about for the last 16 weeks. Head east to DeVos Place for all things from floor plans to fine wine. --- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | The main hall of the Porter County Expo Center was crammed Saturday with nearly 50 sport, pontoon, and fishing boats at the annual Northwest Indiana Boat and Sports Show.
Jeff Meyers and his wife Kim, owners of The Great Bread Company, arre participating in the Shipshewana on the Road show this weekend. The show continues from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today at the Porter County Expo Center.
Nancy Sellers, of Wanatah, admires a piece of furniture Saturday at the Shipshewana on the Road show. The event continues from 10 .m. to 5 p.m. today at the Porter County Expo Center.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | People sat in lawn chairs outside on their patio, stood in front of their garage doors, or sat on tractor lawn mowers.
Lance Surma is no stranger to Bellator MMA.
VALPARAISO | Early in the card at Hoosier Fight Club 19, co-owner and matchmaker Paul Vale realized he would step foot inside his own cage during an event for the first time.
Don White, owner of Anything Orchids out of Frankfort Ill., holds a flower up for Victoria Jostes to appreciate Saturday at the annual Gardening Show at the Porter County Expo Center in Washington Township.
The 11th annual Gardening Show was held Saturday at the Porter County Expo Center in Washington Township. Attendees came from a 200-mile radius and more than 100 vendors and exhibitors were featured.
VALPARAISO | The Recycling and Waste Reduction District of Porter County is accepting online registration for exhibitors to participate in the 2014 Northwest Indiana Earth Day Celebration on April 19.
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