Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of columns based on interviews with Northwest Indiana leaders.
Northwest Indiana is missing out on economic opportunities.
We are all familiar with the doctrine that separates church and state. Well, in Crown Point the line will be a bit blurry Sunday, Sept. 14. That’s when members of the First United Methodist Church will take on officers of the Crown Point Police Department in a game of flag football.
Editor's note: This is the second in a series of periodic interviews with individuals providing leadership in Northwest Indiana.
Jon Costas is a man of many titles. Among them, Valparaiso mayor, musician, lawyer, athlete, church deacon, restaurateur and family man.
Summer is seen by most as a time of relaxation. A time to vacation. A time to fire up the grill and enjoy the outdoors.
In last Sunday’s Forum section of The Times, former Executive Editor William Nangle wrote a column criticizing my stances on several important issues and taking me to task from both a policy and personal standpoint. I'm sure many people expected me to immediately respond in an angry manner t…
The saga of Thomas McDermott Jr. continues.
As if enough hasn’t been said, I’d like to weigh in on Lake County’s 911 debacle.
Perhaps there is life after death. That's what might be happening with the Lake County Solid Waste Management District.
Northwest Indiana is awash in bureaucracy. It threatens many projects vital to the region's future.
Thirty years is a long time for most anything. Serving in Congress that long is extraordinary.
Poverty is more pervasive in Northwest Indiana than most people realize, even 50 years after President Lyndon Johnson declared war on poverty.
Phil Potempa's daily entertainment news column.
We have all heard the phrase “parting is such sweet sorrow.”
Northwest Indiana needs a town hall, a place for daily idea and viewpoint exchanges and discussion. Our Opinion page can serve that role, and we’re taking steps to do just that.
Times Editor Emeritus William Nangle
A staff of two at the Indiana State Library is working to preserve what is left of the printed record of Indiana's history as the yellowing, crumbling newspapers that chronicled Hoosiers' lives deteriorate with age.
Good morning, Northwest Indiana and the South Shore. I hope you enjoy today's Times starting with our report on regional privatization projects and including our popular Best of the Region.
HAMMOND | Calumet College of St. Joseph will hold commencement services at noon Saturday at the Dennis and Leslie Rittenmeyer Center on campus, 2400 New York Ave. Commencement will be preceded by a baccalaureate Mass at 10 a.m. at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 1849 Lincoln Ave.
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