LOWELL | The eighth annual Runnin’ with the Devils 5K Walk/Run, presented by the 33 RDP Dean A. Frigo Foundation, will step off at 8 a.m. Saturday from Lowell High School, 2051 E. Commercial Ave.
Phil Potempa's daily entertainment news column.
HOBART | Meals on Wheels of Northwest Indiana honored its volunteers this spring at a Volunteer Recognition Luncheon for the good work they do all year round. A family-style meal was served to all the volunteers who attended to thank them for the meals they serve all year long.
INDIANAPOLIS | A south Lake County man convicted last year of child molesting and currently serving a 30-year prison term has won a new trial.
LOWELL | The Summer Reading Program, "Reading Keeps You Sharp," is in full swing at the Lowell Public Library, 1505 E. Commercial Ave., with programs and reading rewards for all ages.
Spend summer with the Lake County Parks and Recreation Department. There are plenty of indoor and outdoor activities for all ages.
CROWN POINT | The Crown Point Community Foundation will begin accepting online scholarship applications Tuesday for the Women’s Giving Circle Scholarships, the Ron and Suzanne Borto Scholarships, the Kathy Townsend Memorial Scholarship and the Crown Point Lions Club Scholarship.
CROWN POINT | Summer has officially arrived, and the Lake County Fair Secretary’s Office is now open for business from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Family Arts and Crafts Building at the Lake County Fairgrounds, 889 S. Court St.
CROWN POINT | Have you got a favorite charity?
The National Weather Service issued a flood warning for the Kankakee River at Shelby, affecting Lake and Newton counties.
SHELBY | The Kankakee River is expected to fall below flood stage by Wednesday evening after peaking at just under 11 feet in Shelby on March 20.
This winter's deep freeze pushed Northwest Indiana pork producers' overhead upward and almost guaranteed a delayed planting season for area grain farmers.
SCHERERVILLE | The Lake County Master Gardeners Association celebrated its accomplishments at its annual awards banquet.
LOWELL | Registration for children entering kindergarten in the fall will be held today and Thursday at the offices of Lake Prairie, Oak Hill, and Three Creeks elementary schools of the Tri-Creek School Corporation from 9 to 11 a.m. and noon to 2 p.m.
SHELBY | The Kankakee River at Shelby is under a flood warning until further notice due to weekend rains and melting snow.
Editor's note: An incomplete version of this news story appeared in the Southlake edition Jan. 5. Here is the full story.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek Education Foundation awards grants each year to teachers and other staff members who propose innovative programs that are not funded by the Tri-Creek Community School Corp.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek Education Foundation Inc. was able to increase its 12th annual $10,000 competitive grant opportunity to almost $25,000 this year due to generous donations from the community and a $5,000 grant from the Lake County Solid Waste Management District for grants that highlig…
A number of Trunk or Treat events are planned Saturday throughout the region.
Follow The Times
- 1 Calls of tiger on the loose in Gary prompt police search
- 2 Historical Blue Top Drive-In returns under new ownership
- 3 2 girls in critical condition, mom hospitalized after Hammond shooting
- 4 Cops: Help ID Highland Best Buy robbery suspect
- 5 Cops investigating Griffith man's death after fight with friends
Our Tooth Whitening Procedure is Easy & Painless. Get the Dazzling White Smile You Deserve. Call Today to Schedule Your Appointment.
What does tooth whitening involve?
Go With a Roofing Contractor with the Experience to Do the Job Right the First Time. Call K's Construction & Roofing 219-405-5146. No Downpayment Required.
Call K's Construction for you roofing, siding and remodeling needs
Keep your pool maintained with the best chemicals and other ac…
Several basic flip or texting phones available at Clarity Wireless.
This can be a complex endeavor filled with seemingly endless q…
Does the state do enough to cultivate economic growth in Northwest Indiana?