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INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Department of Education has redesigned its website to make information about Hoosier schools more accessible to parents, educators, administrators and taxpayers.
A logotype collection of well-known social media brand's printed on paper. Include Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Google Plus, Instagram, Vimeo, Flickr, Myspace, Tumblr, Livejournal, Foursquare and other logos.
VALPARAISO | Porter County government is looking to go live July 3 with a new website designed for the average person, who is uncertain where to find help with needs ranging from a marriage license to zoning questions.
INDIANAPOLIS | All Bureau of Motor Vehicles license branches will be closed Saturday for a statewide computer maintenance project.
The cloak of anonymity is a powerful thing.
A new website, launched with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, gives Hoosiers a look at the state of their health.
Kristina Smekens, a national educator, chats with Willowcreek Middle School teacher Joe Reid as Jeff Bieber records the session. She is using Portage schools as her model, making video recordings of instructional methods to put up on her Smekens Education Solutions website.
Kristina Smekens, a national educator, chats with Willowcreek Middle School students as Jeff Bieber prepares to record it. She is using Portage schools as her model, recording instruction methods to put up on her Smekens Education Solutions website.
Kristina Smekens, a national educator, is using Portage schools as her model, videotaping instruction methods to put up on her Smekens Education Solutions website.
Kristina Smekens, a national educator, is using Portage schools as her model, recording instruction methods to put up on her Smekens Education Solutions website.
HAMMOND | South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority has unveiled a new web site.
MERRILLVILLE | The Town Council voted 5-1 on Tuesday to seek proposals from companies that could update Merrillville's website.
WHITING | The Northwest Indiana Oilmen Baseball Club's team website is now active for the 2012 inaugural season.
CROWN POINT | Lake County Master Gardeners Association, Inc. has its first website for the general public to peruse for plant information, upcoming events, and gardening projects. Due to Class of 2010's Gayle Smotek's relentless efforts, the curious will learn about what the organization doe…
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