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Wednesday, June 25, 2014
MUNSTER | Times tour director Nicole Certa has hosted dozens of community schools, organizations, clubs, etc., in the past couple months.
The Times Media Co. has named Joe Battistoni as new digital advertising director.
MUNSTER | An executive with 22 years of experience in customer service and call centers has been named as director of customer service for Lee Enterprises, parent company of The Times Media Co.
A Times-backed effort to unify the Region has earned the media company a 2013 Community Leadership award from the Inland Press Association.
From municipal leaders and attorneys to innovators using creativity to meet needs in the region, The Times Media Co. is honoring 20 local young people who are standouts in the community.
GARY | Times Publisher Chris White will speak at the next Gary Chamber of Commerce monthly general membership luncheon at noon Sept. 9 at the Steel City Buffet, 411. E. 5th Ave.
MUNSTER | Times Media's Editorial Page Editor Doug Ross spoke to Munster Rotarians at their weekly meeting this afternoon.
A new folder at The Times' main press has been installed.
LOWELL | The Northwest Indiana House Raffle home tour will begin at noon today in the Spring Run subdivision in Lowell.
MUNSTER | One Week Only! Offer ends June 23. Get Sunday/Wednesday/Thursday delivery for $0.75/wk or Sunday Only for $0.50/wk for 26 or 52 wks.
HARVEY | Former NFL star wide receiver Terrell Owens captured the hearts of the fans Saturday from the minute he entered the court at Thornton High School to the chants of "T.O., T.O.,"
Crete-Monee senior Marvie Keith knows this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
The Times Media Co. is expanding its recently launched "Buy Local" campaign to include discounts of 50 percent or more at local merchants.
VALPARAISO | Providing for three children can be challenging for any parent, but for Laurie Bruck, the challenge is extraordinary. Not only is Bruck a single mother, but she’s also unable to walk, making it difficult to earn enough money to support herself and her three children. Fortunately…
VALPARAISO | At the age of 50, Bob Cloyd was unable to speak, dress himself, or take care of his own needs. For his entire life, Cloyd’s mother had been there, helping him with each daily task. And then in 2011 she died, leaving a huge hole in Cloyd’s life.
HAMMOND | The Hammond INnovation Center and the Northwest Indiana SBDC presents its next Smart Start workshop, "Navigating the News: Getting Press for Your Business" from 7:30 to 9 a.m. April 19 at 5209 Hohman Ave.
Hundreds gathered Saturday morning to clean the former school building at Nineteenth Avenue and Marshall Street. The second day of cleanup marked the first phase in creating the new John Will Anderson Boys & Girls Club.
GARY | Generations of young lives were shaped by lessons learned in the classrooms of Tolleston school, and volunteers are hopeful many more soon will share those experiences.
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