Former U.S. Rep. Lee Hamilton joins in a panel discussion Monday night at Valparaiso University during a program titled "Civility Matters: Civility in Politics, Media and Business" at Valparaiso University Center for the Arts.
Porter County residents attend a program presented by the Porter County Community Foundation and Indiana Humanities on Monday night at Valparaiso University Center for the Arts.
Emma Waller, 8, of Lowell, and her sister, Claire, 6, join other preschoolers through fifth-graders in a contest flying Styrofoam planes Tuesday morning at the Lowell Public Library.
Children participate in a distance contest with their decorated Styrofoam airplanes Tuesday as part of the Summer Reading Club at the Lowell Public Library.
Preschoolers through fifth-graders decorated Styrofoam airplanes, attached a penny for weight and competed in a flying distance contest Tuesday at the Lowell Public Library as part of Reel in a Good Book, a summer reading club. About 400 kids are enrolled in the summer program.
Children's librarian Holly Koster reads "Owl Babies" by Martin Waddell to preschoolers during a reading program Tuesday at the Cedar Lake branch of the Lake County Public Library.
Children's librarian Holly Koster reads "Owl Babies" by Martin Waddell to preschoolers during a reading program at the Cedar Lake branch of the Lake County Public Library.
Children play with a colorful parachute during a reading program Tuesday at the Cedar Lake branch of the Lake County Public Library .
In the more than 30 years Gregg Williams has been director of the Merrillville Community Planetarium, one program with a feline theme still remains his favorite.
Hammond School City Food Service employes Lolita Jones, foreground, and Abigail Malia prepare lunch for children Tuesday at Columbia Park. Free breakfast and lunch is provided for kids attending the free day camp at the park.
Hammond Parks have begun the summer camp program at eight locations. Evelyn Wilson is the leader at Columbia Park, where 70 kids age 5 to 12 are attending the free camp. Wilson cools campers with mist from a garden hose Tuesday at the park.
Matt Griffey, from Energizing Indiana, looks at an air condenser and handler on the roof of Morton High School on Tuesday. NIPSCO and Energizing Indiana representatives met with administrators and building managers from Morton to help them discover energy savings in their facility. Lighting,…
Matt Griffey, an energy engineer for Energizing Indiana, uses a light meter to check foot candles in a hallway near the gymnasium at Morton High School on Tuesday morning. NIPSCO, in partnership with Energize Indiana met Tuesday with administrators and building managers from Morton to help t…
Matt Griffey, an energy engineer for Energizing Indiana, looks at lighting the natatorium at Hammond's Morton High School on Tuesday as part of a statewide energy efficiency effort through NIPSCO and Energizing Indiana to help them discover energy savings in their facility. Lighting, heating…
Barabara Bolling, president of the Indiana State Conference of the NAACP, reads from the Emancipation Proclamation on Monday during the 51st annual Emancipation Proclamation Program of Freedom in Gary.
Barabara Bolling, president of the Indiana State Conference of the NAACP, reads from the Emancipation Proclamation on Monday at the First A.M.E. Church in Gary during an annual observance.
The Rev. James Dukes, a bishop at Liberation Christian Church in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood, gives the keynote speech Monday during 51st annual Emancipation Proclamation Program of Freedom at the First A.M.E. Church in Gary.
The Rev. Ruby Welch, from left, of St. Paul C.M.E. Church in Benton Harbor, Mich., sings with the Rev. Vera Johnson, of Gary's Fith Avenue Methodist Church, and Vanessa Allen, president and CEO of the Urban League of Northwest Indiana, on Monday during a program to commemorate the Emancipati…
Students and professors take part in the international human cadaver prosection program at the Indiana University School of Medicine-Northwest. School officials hope to create another unique experience with a curriculum that focuses on urban health care disparities.
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