Porter County Indiana
The Affordable Healthcare Act has dominated the news in Northwest Indiana – and everywhere else in the country – but there has been little substantive change so far. That may change in the coming year. While Indiana and many of its lawmakers stand against the expansion of Medicaid, many busi…
VALPARAISO | Two weeks ago, Chesterton junior Mitch Wilborn suffered a devastating blow after running at the New Prairie Semistate for the Trojans' cross country team.
Anyone who is looking for a job in Northwest Indiana might want to clear their calendar Tuesday afternoon.
Economic development has been taking off in Northwest Indiana over the last two years, after a string of growing companies announced plans to invest millions of dollars and add dozens of jobs.
PORTAGE | A Canadian couple were killed Saturday morning after their car hit an embankment, went airborne and dropped 30 feet off the interstate near Portage, police said.
Jack Arnett is a prime example of what’s wrong in Northwest Indiana.
A Q&A with Porter Regional Hospital's CEO Jonathan Nalli.
The Northwest Indiana Workforce Board has announced its 2013-14 slate of members.
ArcelorMittal's steel mill in Burns Harbor, one of the biggest in the country, recovered quickly after a two-alarm fire late last month.
4-H member Emily Sears taught her dog, Holly, to sit, lie down, roll over, heel, stand on her hind legs, and even run through an obstacle course. Holly and Emily have been a successful team, winning Grand Champion in the Agility contest at last year’s Porter County Fair.
VALPARAISO | Recent reports given at a meeting of the Porter County Substance Abuse Council indicate programs are making an impact in Porter County.
On any given day during the Porter County Fair, chances are pretty good that you’ll spot 4-H member Alex Hughes. Hughes spends every possible hour at the fair, and might be seen in the Horse Arena wearing his signature cowboy hat, or at “Spuds-N-Moo” ordering himself a chili cheese dog.
HAMMOND | The century-and-a-half-old stories of Northwest Indiana's Civil War soldiers are getting new life in a Hammond exhibit opening today.
CROWN POINT | The unlikely pair of a Crown Point artist and excavator have teamed up to produce one of the major displays for a special region Civil War historical exhibition opening in April.
The post-war effects of Civil War destruction on human lives is the focus of a short drama created by a region filmmaker and set to debut at an April historical exposition in Hammond.
From the time he was a little boy digging seven-foot-high foxholes in the dunes around the Wabash tracks in Gary, Tom Sourlis had a fondness for working with his hands, his head and his heart.
Editor's note: This list is subject to last-minute changes.
Last summer, local graphic designer Matt Valuckis was stopped in his tracks.
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