A recent survey ranked newspaper reporter as the worst career of 2013, just below meter reader and lumberjack, but you wouldn’t guess it from the stories told by journalists who gathered in Bloomington to see six of their own inducted into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame.
Enough mistakes and maybe we’ll learn: When in doubt, leave it out.
The Twitterverse caught region fever Monday afternoon, exploding with the hashtag #mcgarysonofnorris.
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
VALPARAISO | With construction of the five-points roundabout expected to begin soon, the city set up a Web page to help people deal with the schedule and road closings. There's even a video on how to drive in a two-lane roundabout.
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
VALPARAISO | Orville is welcoming a very important guest on Sunday. Oscar.
There are many delicious reasons to watch the returning "Downton Abbey" and an exasperating one to skip it: The cover's been blown on major plot twists.
VALPARAISO | Orville Redenbacher is still the king.
It's an ill wind that blows no good, and this week's storm blew in the no-goodest prognosticator of them all: The Amazing Wielando.
Offering perspective on today's issues
The killings at a Connecticut elementary school left parents struggling to figure out what to tell their children.
She asked for just six words.
LAKE FOREST | The NFL's oldest rivals are spicing up their Sunday showdown with some serious trash talk.
There were rumblings this summer and fall that Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett might have a race on his hand.
VALPARAISO | The King of Popcorn seems to have made a triumphant return to the city. Not only is his statue in Central Park Plaza a popular feature, Orville Redenbacher has almost 200 followers on his Twitter account.
Breaking habits can be tough, but luckily there are many ways to reach your goals.
VALPARAISO | With the loss of a major revenue source and an estimated $600,000 in added employee health insurance costs, the city's Utilities Board is expected to seek rate increases for both sewer and water in 2013.
The story of Mario Batali cooking his way to the top of America's foodie darlings mirrors the success of the Lake Michigan coast. Those of us who grew up in Chicago and the suburbs were pre-programmed to taking a day trip to the beach at Cedar Lake or the big beach at Mount Baldy or further …
INDIANAPOLIS | Faced with poll results showing Republican Richard Mourdock is likely to lose Indiana's U.S. Senate race, Mourdock's campaign on Friday all but ignored his opponent, Democrat Joe Donnelly, and instead launched a bizarre assault on the poll itself.
Follow The Times
Call today to learn more.
Come celebrate Polish Heritage Night on July 2nd at the White …
Davis Concrete Correctors is a locally owned and family operat…
Hammond Fence represents honesty, integrity and competitive pricing!
Call S.T.A. Construction today!
- 1 Police seek public's help identifying person who dumped puppies
- 2 Dyer man dies following construction accident at Northwestern University
- 3 Woman enters guilty plea on child molestation, exploitation charges
- 4 Lowell man, 86, dies after accidentally setting himself on fire
- 5 Feds: Van Til indicted for using public employees, resources for campaign work
In Today's Paper
Should Congress enact a federal media shield law?
- FIRST PITCH: Opening day, Michelle FieldsMay 16, 2013 7:30 pm
- LIVE: RailCats season opener vs. Lincoln SaltdogsMay 16, 2013 4:30 pm
- Early look at 2013-14 Valparaiso Men's Basketball teamMay 16, 2013 3:52 pm
- Moussa Gueye and Mohamed KoneMay 15, 2013 10:35 pm