Wicker Memorial Park
HIGHLAND | North Township will host a summer day camp in two sessions beginning June 10 at Wicker Memorial Park.
HIGHLAND | A coat giveaway will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Nov. 17 at the Wicker Memorial Park pavilion.
HIGHLAND | With a low rumble heard for miles, the 13th annual Victory for Veterans Memorial Ride left Wicker Memorial Park on Sunday morning and wound its way in a large loop from Highland into Munster, down to Dyer and Schererville, along U.S. 30 and north on Taft Street in Merrillville, th…
INDIANAPOLIS | State officials will host a public forum Wednesday in Highland for business leaders interested in working on a $2.6 billion southern Indiana bridge project.
HIGHLAND | Before Food Bank of Northwest Indiana officials arrived Tuesday at Wicker Memorial Park to set up for a free produce distribution, a line of local residents already started to form to receive the food.
HIGHLAND | North Township will host a free splash pad day for individuals with special needs from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 12 at Wicker Memorial Park.
About 200 people wait in line to receive food late last month at the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana's mobile food pantry at Wicker Memorial Park in Highland.
People wait in line to receive food late last month at the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana's mobile food pantry at Wicker Memorial Park in Highland. The mobile food pantry is sponsored by McDonald's Pantry on the Go. The proliferation of "food deserts" locally and across the nation concerns h…
Radishes were among the fresh food given away by the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana's mobile food pantry late last month at Wicker Memorial Park in Highland.
Nita Sharp, right, of Hammond, receives hard-boiled eggs from volunteer Maria Villagomez late last month at the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana's mobile food pantry at Wicker Memorial Park in Highland.
Centier Bank partnered with the Lake Area United Way to officially open the Born Learning Trail at Wicker Memorial Park in Highland. On hand to open the trail are, in the front row, Danny Smith, age 3, and Rylie Cruz, age 2. In the back are Kim Smith, of Dyer, executive director, Parents As …
Four-year old Leah O'Connell, of Munster, plays at the "Look, Learn, Laugh" activity station in Wicker Memorial Park.
Jeremy Miller, Centier Bank regional vice president and member of the Lake Area United Way board of trustees, welcomes the first Born Learning Trail guests. They are Kim Smith, of Dyer, who is executive director of Parents As Teachers of Lake County, and her son Danny, 3, and friend Rylie Cruz, 2.
HIGHLAND | The Lake Area United Way, in partnership with Centier Bank, hosted a ribbon cutting for the Born Learning Trail at Wicker Memorial Park on Wednesday.
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SCHERERVILLE | Monday is the deadline to register for the Diamond Dash sponsored by Albert's Diamond Jewelers.
Participants in the walk to raise awareness and funds for chiari pose in the rain at the Sept. 18 event at Wicker Memorial Park in Highland.
THE TIMES Lake Station's Local 125 stagehands Travis Casbon, left, and Tom Bradshaw install benches Thursday as they get Wicker Park ready for tonight's rally.
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