If it seems like your grocery store bills are getting bigger, you're not imagining it: food prices are on the rise, and poised to go higher.
Last week, my parents joined me when I was invited to speak at a luncheon event for First United Methodist Church in Valparaiso.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg visits Tuesday with Gary resident Ora Price, who is able to have a home health care worker visit her three times a week because of the CHOICES program. Gregg promoted the state-funded CHOICE program, which he said is threatened with state budget cuts.
A motorist pumps gas at a BP gas station in Merrillville.
Dan Schultz, of Wisconsin, pumps gas Tuesday at a BP gas station in Merrillville.
Kathy Hoover, of Indianapolis, pumps gas Tuesday at a BP gas station in Merrillville. Gas prices have fallen about 50 cents per gallon since April but could fall about the same amount again to catch up with dropping oil prices, BP's Mark Finley said.
Dan Schultz, of Wisconsin, pays for gas Tuesday for his Chevrolet Tahoe SUV at a BP station in Merrillville.
Sheila Silhavy stands inside her former Michigan City home, which her son, Eric Cooper, recently bought for $38,000 less than she sold it for in 2007. The house still contains the refrigerator and stove Silhavy used before she sold the home.
Don Monchamp, of Michigan City, helps clean up a Michigan City home for his nephew, Eric Cooper, who bought the home this year for $38,000 less than his mother sold it for in 2007.
Kathy Monchamp, of Michigan City, sweeps the front sidewalk of her nephew's home that he bought in Michigan City. Eric Cooper recently bought his childhood home in Michigan City for $38,000 less than his mother sold it for in 2007.
Sheila Silhavy talks about living at her former Michigan City home that her son, Eric Cooper, recently bought for $38,000 less than she sold it for in 2007.
Sheila Silhavy looks over needed repairs to the home her son, Eric Cooper, recently bought in Michigan City. Her son bought his childhood home for $38,000 less than Silhavy sold it for in 2007.
Don Monchamp, of Michigan City, helps clean up a Michigan City home for his nephew, Eric Cooper, who bought the home this year for $38,000 less than his mother sold it for in 2007. The home still contains a few of the original appliances from when the family bought the home in 1998.
Sheila Silhavy, right, watches as Chad Bootz, of Ellis Electric, installs new wiring in her former home in Michigan City that her son, Eric Cooper, bought recently. Her son bought the home for $38,000 less than his mother sold it for in 2007. The plunge in home prices that followed the housi…
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CHICAGO | A federal appeals court Monday upheld the dismissal of a civil rights lawsuit against Harvey Alderman Keith Price for beating a used car lot mechanic in 2008.
Burns Harbor Police Chief Jerry Price Price has seen his share of struggles in his department. He said the town has survived its financial crisis with the help of other police departments and local businesses.
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