SCHERERVILLE | St. Michael Church, 1 Wilhelm St., will host a Smart Chicks & Old Bags Auction and Sale of pre-owned purses and jewelry from 2 to 4 p.m. today to raise funds for an ultrasound machine and to support the pro-life efforts of Elizabeth Ministry/Women’s Care Center.
When special education teacher Sally Moyer decided she wanted to do something different, she thought shopping for a living was an attractive notion.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis aren't the only ones poppin' tags at thrift shops.
For Vincent and Jessie Leman, turning their crafty creations into sellable decor was the most unexpected and enjoyable wedding presents they received.
When it comes to birthdays, anniversaries and other gift-giving occasions, finding the perfect present can be daunting.
You don't need to be a professional designer, or even much of a sewer, to create one-of-a-kind bedding that looks as nice as the stuff of dreams.
It's not that fast or dirt-cheap, but it can be that easy, according to woodworking experts who speak fondly of plywood's many merits.
VALPARAISO | Inland Real Estate Corp. announced Thursday it has acquired Valparaiso Walk for about $21.9 million from IBT Group LLC.
ATLANTA | Christmas shoppers thronged malls and pounced on discounts but apparently spent less this year, their spirits dampened by concerns about the economy and the aftermath of shootings and storms.
Forget Bing Crosby's classic "White Christmas." For me, Christmastime will forever be evoked by David Cassidy crooning "My Christmas Card to You," and I still have the 1972 Partridge Family holiday record album to prove it.
A New Year's bash is one of the easier parties to throw. Everyone's already in the merry-making mood, so it's a simple matter of setting the stage.
One day you realize you’re just not your best self – your energy level is low, you feel sluggish, your body just feels out of sorts.
Orange clearance stickers and rock bottom prices during the holiday shopping season can act as siren songs, luring people to the rocky shores of overspending and buying stuff they don't need.
Lake County Police Cpl. Chris Salomon helps Joanne Gilbert, 7, try on shoes Saturday at Meijer in Merrillville. Lake County Police Association Local 72 bought gifts for 100 children.
Kaleb Gilbert, 3, and his brother William Gilbert, 10, both of Hammond, pick out gifts Saturday at Meijer in Merrillville. Lake County Police Association Local 72 bought gifts for 100 children.
Carol Dominiak and her children Carl Dominiak and Diane Dominiak, of Hammond, pray for Lake County Police Officer Dave Murchek while shopping for gifts at Meijer in Merrillville. Carl Dominiak sugested his family pray for the officer. "I prayed for them that they are blessed as much as they …
Lake County Police Officer Harry Pedroza hugs Ella Rose Mata, 1, of Hammond, while shopping Saturday at Meijer in Merrillville.
Salt in the soil can be deadly for lawns, trees and gardens, robbing plants of their ability to absorb water. Salt-tolerant varieties are available, however, and ground laden with soluble toxins can be flushed clean to depths below the root zone.
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