HAMMOND | The parents of 13-year-old Joshua Spencer cannot accept the official judgment that he was at fault in the Sept. 1 accident that took his life.
Merrillville's Parade of Lights makes its way down Broadway Avenue, ending up at Merrillville Town Hall where a tree lighting ceremony was conducted.
Merrillville's Parade of Lights make's it's way Friday down Broadway Avenue, ending up at Merrillville Town Hall.
A celebration for the grand opening of Ivy Tech Community College's Emergency Response Training Lab was held Friday evening at the Gary/Chicago International Airport. A Boeing 737-400 was donated as the training lab by the Popovich Family Trust.
A Boeing 737-400 sits at the Gary/Chicago International Airport during a celebration of the grand opening of Ivy Tech Cummunity College's Emergency Response Training Lab. The aircraft was donated by the Popovich Family Trust.
One year after the health of region residents was diagnosed as bad and getting worse, the One Region initiative has made a start to finding the cure.
Ted Erceg spent 63 years wondering if the boy who grew up a block away in Gary's Kirk Yard neighborhood made it out of the Korean War alive.
VALPARAISO | The Forgotten War. The No-Win War. The "died for a tie" war.
A historical preservation and tourism initiative honoring region Civil War veterans is among three Northwest Indiana entities capturing top honors from the Indiana Historical Society this year.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Schererville native who was spokesman for the Indiana Republican Party during and after the 2012 election campaign is resigning Friday to pursue other opportunities.
LAPORTE | Police suspect the same woman who stole cigarettes from convenience stores in Portage and Chesterton later struck twice in LaPorte.
Times executive editor Bill Nangle, chief propagandist for the One Region organization, can't even make it through half his column in support of the E-911 fiasco without pulling the race card.
Former Times Food Editor Heather Cygan, Dressed as a Giant Banana, Displays the 'Appealing' Goodness of Her Fruity Spooky Green Punch
Former Times Food Editor Heather Cygan, dressed as a giant banana, displays the 'appealing' goodness of her fruity Spooky Green Halloween Punch recipe.
Members of The Times Board of Economists reported at their October meeting the area economy keeps moving slowly forward and should see a boost because of holiday spending.
This supposedly is the age of mass communication, but there are 10 billion channels and nothing on in some people's brains.
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The Times Media Co. and BusINess magazine Publisher Chris White, right, poses for a photograph with 20 Under 40 Class of 2013 member Kurt Gillins, Programs Director at Greater Valparaiso Chamber of Commerce during an awards event for the new members at the Innsbrook Country Club in Merrillville.
The Times Media Co. and BusINess magazine Publisher Chris White, right, poses for a photograph with 20 Under 40 Class of 2013 member Ann Marie Woolwine, attorney for Burke Costanza & Carberry during an awards event for the new members at the Innsbrook Country Club in Merrillville.
Franciscan Alliance Regional Director of Marketing and Communications Maria Ramos, center, poses for a family photograph with her husband Gregory Ramos, right, son Gregory Ramos, right, 6, and sister Rosa Vazquez at The Times Media Co. and BusINess magazine's 20 Under 40 Class of 2013 event …
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