First Federal Savings and Loan Association president and CEO John Freyek started his banking career back when First Federal was across the street from Goldblatt's Department Store in downtown Hammond and most of the employees cashed their paychecks there.
I was listening to WJOB for the first time in a while and only listened for the weather report. Jed (James E. Dedelow) used to carry former East Chicago Mayor George Pabey’s water, so I “got off the bus.”
HAMMOND | Purdue University Calumet and WJOB on Monday announced a partnership that will bring the Hammond radio station's broadcasting operations and streaming media center to the university’s emerging Commercialization Center.
HAMMOND | Lake County Sheriff John Buncich and WJOB radio station owners Jim and Alexis Dedelow and staff received the first Certificate of Appreciation Citizen Soldier Awards on Thursday.
Phil Potempa's daily entertainment news column.
McDermott returns to the WJOB studio to provide a rebuttal to Cid's claims.
Cid calls into WJOB's "JED in the Region" show to respond to McDermott's criticism.
At his weekly radio show on WJOB, Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. discussed the Lake County income tax and County Councilwoman Christine Cid.
Jim Dedelow, owner of WJOB-1230 AM in Hammond, describes the regional radio station as "living history built on listeners."
A raised insignia of the WJOB "call letters" is embedded in the concrete floor of the studio's main hallway in Hammond.
Newsman Frank Reynolds, of East Chicago, began his broadcast career holding a WJOB microphone in the 1950s for the Hammond radio station.
A bus in Hammond features advertising for the WJOB radio sports coverage in the Region in the late 1950s.
WJOB-1230 AM still broadcasts from Hammond studios, reaching 2.5 million listeners in Illinois and 500,000 listeners in Northwest Indiana.
Prior to his assassination in 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. traveled to the Region to speak, with the address broadcast by WJOB radio station.
WJOB radio station owner Jim Dedelow visits the memory lane of music housed in the Hammond studio's vast record collection.
WJOB radio station in Hammond has been at the same studio location at 6405 Olcott Ave. in the Woodmar neighborhood of Hammond since 1956.
WJOB radio in Hammond covered news and traffic in the region by air with the station's "news and traffic plane" during the 1960s.
Gene "Geno" Sferruzza does his morning show Wednesday with a live video feed to the station's website for WJOB radio in Hammond. The station is approaching its 90th anniversary on the air.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller said his office has opened an investigation into the BP gasoline recall to ensure consumers' rights are protected, according to a news release issued Wednesday.
HAMMOND | Lawyers in the federal fraud trial of Thomas Philpot begin the job today of finding a jury that is impartial, if not unfamiliar, with a man who has spent two decades in the public eye.
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