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Volunteers, all employees from The Times Media Co., pack food items donated for the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana's Summer Care & Share Program at the food bank in Gary.
Volunteer Glenn Reese, 6, breaks down boxes from food items donated for the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana's Summer Care & Share Program at the food bank in Gary.
Volunteer Matt Saltanovitz, The Times' business editor, packs food items donated for the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana's Summer Care & Share Program at the food bank in Gary.
GARY | Obtaining nutritious meals can be particularly difficult for families in need during summer months.
Although the 2nd annual Summer Care & Share Food Drive officially draws to a close today, there’s still time to donate food using one of today’s most popular online tools — the virtual shopping cart.
Ricky Paz, 11, right, and brother Tony, 8, cast their ballots Saturday for the People's Choice Award at the 15th annual Car & Cycle Show in Munster.
Mark Dalla Costa, right, and Lucas Dalla Costa take 3-year-old Oscar Dalla Costa's photo Saturday in front of a 2003 Ferrari 360 Medina at the 15th annual Car & Cycle Show in Munster.
Michelle Lecyk, left, watches her daughter Monica capture a photograph of a 1953 Jaguar XK120 SE owned by Laura and Doug Stuart. The Jaguar has all of its original parts, including white wall tires and side mirrors mounted near the front of the car’s fenders.
MUNSTER | Thousands of car lovers descended on Community Park on Saturday for the 15th annual Car & Cycle Show.
CROWN POINT | The Board of Communication Services at Trinity Lutheran Church and School hosts its second annual Communication and Public Relations Workshop on March 16.
MERRILLVILLE | Several hundred stakeholders gathered Tuesday at the Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza for the official unveiling of the 2012 Quality of Life Indicators Report issued by One Region.
VALPARAISO | The Porter County Community Foundation hopes to send a strong message about homelessness in the region by gathering forces for a one-day event, GIVE Day, on Nov. 8.
THE THRIVING HEALTH CARE SECTOR IN NWI IS NOT JUST GOOD BUSINESS, IT’S AN ENVIRONMENTAL ADVANTAGE AS OUR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN GAIN GROUND IN HEALTH AND WELLNESS
HOBART | The first call to action in the 2012-2013 battle with breast cancer was issued during Wednesday’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer kickoff breakfast at Avalon Manor.
GARY | Despite being laid off from his job last year, Alex Chirambo, of Portage, said Friday he is confident he will be able to find work soon.
GARY | More than 60 volunteers affiliated with The Times Media Co. and BMO Harris Bank plus 33,000 pounds of donated food adds up to meals for 1,000 struggling families with children in Lake and Porter counties.
HIGHLY-EFFECTIVE COMPETITORS COME TOGETHER TO LOOK AT A REGIONAL INITIATIVE TO REDUCE HOSPITAL READMISSIONS
Only a health care provider would know that the nationally systemic challenge of the same patients admitted into the hospital again and again was reaching challenging proportions in certain areas of the Region.
Small business owners are seeing prices rise for gasoline and other basic inputs, while customers are still holding on tight to their wallets and looking for deals.
For Karen Land, the annual Day of Caring is more than just a day to get out of the office.
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