CROWN POINT | Lake County Surveyor George Van Til said Thanksgiving will be a melancholy anniversary for him.
Scott Romney, center, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's brother, talks with supporters Tuesday at Gamba Ristorante as part of a fundraiser for brother Mitt Romney's Republican presidential campaign in Merrillville. More than 50 contributors paid between $300 and $75,800 per per…
MERRILLVILLE Scott Romney, center, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's brother, talks with supporters Tuesday in Merrillville at a Romney Victory camapign fundraiser. Dan Dumezich, a former state representative and his wife, Dana, sponsored the event. Contributors paid between $300 and …
Valparaiso Mayor Jon Costa, left, and Portage Mayor James Snyder listen to Scott Romney during a fundraising event Tuesday night at Gamba Ristorante in Merrillvile. Contributors paid between $300 and $75,800 per person to attend the event featuring Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romn…
Scott Romney, a brother of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, appeared Tuesday at Gamba Ristorante in Merrillville for a fundraiser on behalf of the Romney Victory camapign. He is one of several speakers touring the country to address issues expected to influence voters in the No…
Hobart Humane Society Kennel Supervisor Tim Trinosky shows the injured backside of one of the dogs seized from Portage resident Patricia Scott.
Hobart Humane Society Kennel Supervisor Tim Trinosky on Tuesday pets one of the three dogs seized Friday from Portage resident Patricia Scott.
A cat looks out from its cage Tuesday at the Hobart Humane Society. The cat was seized from Portage resident Patricia Scott along with dozens of other animals. This cat was found to be owned by another person, according to Brenda Slavik, the Humane Society's director.
Hobart Humane Society Kennel Supervisor Tim Trinosky leads a dog seized from Portage resident Patricia Scott back to its cage Tuesday. Scott had more than 50 animals taken from her trailer home Friday.
Scott Matlock shows each of his memorial tattoos for his parents, and his sister, Kristina, has one for her father.
Scott Matlock moves a blanket from the family's dog, Montana, while helping his siblings, Kristina and Joe. During the past eight years, the Matlocks' parents died, Kristina lost both legs and had a kidney transplant, and they lost their home in a fire. But the siblings are thankful for gett…
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