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INDIANAPOLIS | A man whose name is synonymous with Northwest Indiana's travel and hospitality industry was awarded the state's highest tourism honor Friday.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mike Pence recently appointed several Northwest Indiana residents to various state boards and commissions.
A staff of two at the Indiana State Library is working to preserve what is left of the printed record of Indiana's history as the yellowing, crumbling newspapers that chronicled Hoosiers' lives deteriorate with age.
INDIANAPOLIS | The governor's office has reclaimed the unused Statehouse workspace of the Post-Tribune.
GARY | The fundraising goal has been reached and the doors to the new John Will Anderson Boys & Girls Club will swing wide open Nov. 16 at the former Tolleston Middle/High School for a community celebration.
CROWN POINT | The Northwest Indiana House Raffle kicks off its ticket sales with a discount celebration from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Southlake YMCA, 1450 S. Court St., Crown Point.
An effort kicks off today to fill the gap for children whose access to free and reduced-cost lunch programs ends with the school year.
MUNSTER | Times Media Co. Publisher Bill Masterson Jr. will speak at the next Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce monthly lunch meeting Oct. 31, hosted by The Times, 601 W. 45th Ave.
GARY | The city’s parks got a little bit cleaner Wednesday thanks to the Northwest Indiana Green Vision Project, a partnership between The Times Media Co. and Lake County Juvenile Court Judge Mary Beth Bonaventura.
Historically low natural gas prices are ushering in big changes for the energy industry and the customers it serves.
The start of summer break should be a fun and exciting time for students, but for some local children, it can be the beginning of struggles with obtaining nutritious meals.
DAVENPORT, Iowa | Lee Enterprises Inc., parent company of The Times Media Co., has reached a key agreement necessary to proceed with a comprehensive refinancing of its debt.
VALPARAISO | Andy Friedman, who appears on CNBC's "Squawk Box," will share his insights on legislative and regulatory developments and trends affecting investments, insurance and retirement products.
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