SCHERERVILLE | More than 300 people gathered Sunday at Teibel's Restaurant to raise money to send armed forces veterans in Northwest Indiana on the spring Honor Flight.
Andrew Eaterday is the owner and operator at Little Italy in Dyer. His menu includes fresh ingredients and authentic Italian cruise.
SCHERERVILLE | The Tri-town Rotary (Schererville, St. John and Dyer) was proud to host Rebecca Gromala, West Lake supervisor of the West Lake Special Education Cooperative, as the featured speaker on Tuesday, October Nov. 29, at the organization’s weekly meeting at Briar Ridge Country Club i…
The Lake County Public Library is once again hosting a Summer Reading Program for toddlers, children, teens, and adults, with specific programs and awards for participation now through July 27.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | In anticipation of the homecoming football game on Sept. 28 and homecoming dance on Sept. 29, Marian Catholic High School students showed off their school spirit all week by dressing the part. Students dressed up in themed outfits representing their class.
HIGHLAND | Erick Howard nearly made history Sunday night at Plaza Lanes.
Rufus Hunt stands for the Pledge of Allegiance Saturday afternoon at the Showplace 16 in Schereville during a special presentation of the movie "Red Tails." The film portrays the exploits of the Tuskegee Airmen in World War II. Hunt, a Chicago pilot who served with the Tuskegee airman and be…
Rufus Hunt, a former Tuskegee Airman who was guest of honor at a morning screening of the movie "Red Tails," spoke about the World War II pilots' exploits at the Showplace 16 in Schererville. The event, Frontier of the West: In Honor of the Buffalo Soldiers, was presented by Stagecoach Produ…
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Marian Catholic High School is proud to announce that 48 members of the class of 2012 have earned recognition as Illinois State Scholars.
SCHERERVILLE | Democrat Tom Schmitt was appointed Town Council president Thursday during a meeting that saw the council remake the Police Commission.
John Mallee's unexpected summer vacation isn't permanent after all. The Schereville man was removed as the Florida Marlins' hitting coach on June 8, but is now back in major league baseball.
A motorist tries to get his car our of the snow on West Lincoln Highway in Schererville on Wednesday.
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