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December isn't the normal time to talk about parks. But this is the season of giving, and this column is about giving back to the community by cleaning up parks.
MUNSTER | The Times Media Co. is gaining circulation numbers, according to the most recent Alliance for Audited Media report.
The Times Media Co., Valparaiso University and One Region are co-sponsoring a free Veterans Day concert at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Center for the Arts on the Valparaiso University campus.
MUNSTER | The public is welcome to join The Times employees as blood donors from 2 to 7 p.m. Wednesday.
JEREMY GANTZ's abiding passions are biking, live jazz, politics, and craft beer and whiskey. His home base in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago enabled him to get the latest and most cutting-edge information on movie shoots in Chicago, as the next film in the Transformers franchise uses the…
GARY | In his five weeks since becoming publisher of The Times Media Co., Christopher T. White says he’s witnessed the vitality in and passion for Northwest Indiana that will continue to provide opportunities for the region’s growth and success.
Lee Enterprises, the parent company of The Times Media Co., reported a third-quarter profit as digital advertising grew and cost reductions continued at the newspaper publisher.
MUNSTER | Installation is underway on a new folder at The Times' main press, further demonstrating the company's commitment to investing in Northwest Indiana.
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Lauri Harvey-Keagle, who has covered environmental issues in Northwest Indiana and Chicagoland for her nearly 20 years as a journalist, was honored Saturday by the Indiana Division of the Izaak Walton League with the Russell Sinclair News Media Award, given for excellence in environmental jo…
MERRILLVILLE | The American Heart Association raised nearly $600,000 for cardiovascular research, education and advocacy at Saturday's Heart of Gold Gala, the group announced Tuesday.
As you have probably seen in the paper the past few weeks, the Tolleston project (which is remodeling the old Tolleston building into a new Boys & Girls Club) is well underway and should be open for business in October.
The cloak of anonymity is a powerful thing.
“Help one another; there’s no time like the present and no present like the time.”
Times columnist Mark Kiesling and Editorial Page Editor Doug Ross share stories and laughs at a 1994 reception for the opening of The Times' Crown Point office. Kiesling died Thursday.
KATHLEEN DORSEY is the Managing Editor/Web Producer for Shore and Get Healthy magazines, and a features section editor with The Times Media Company. Her focus is on health, relationships and home design. Kathleen has worked for The Times for three years, starting out in the circulation depa…
For all the talk about Indiana being a conservative state, the latest Howey/DePauw Battleground Poll results add some nuance. Hoosiers are fiscally conservative, yes, but socially conservative, not so much.
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