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LANSING | The Lansing Historical Society held a special program on June 6 to remember the D-Day invasion during World War II. Video interviews were shown with local veterans who served in the war.
LANSING | The Lansing Historical Society's June Brides exhibit is open for visitors to take a look back at bridal fashions worn by Lansing women over the past century and beyond.
LANSING | The Lansing Association for Community Events held the first Ridge Road Cruise night of the season.
I’d like to wish a Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. This Father’s Day will be a tough one for our family, since we just lost my father-in-law less than a month ago to cancer.
While working on a piece for the The Times this past week on some of the beaches in Northwest Indiana, I recalled some of the fun trips our family has taken to the beaches of Lake Michigan.
There's nothing like poking your toes in the sand on a warm summer day as the water inches toward your feet. And even if a trip to the Caribbean isn't in the cards this season, it doesn't mean you can't enjoy some lazy summer days lounging on sandy shores.
LANSING | The Lansing Public Library's annual block party is scheduled for June 7 from 6-8:30 p.m. on the library grounds at 2750 Indiana Ave. The evening includes live music by Greg Ashby and Greg Chronister, a mobile video game theater, kids' games and prizes, face painting and temporary tattoos.
LANSING | The Lansing Association for Community Events will sponsor Lansing's first cruise night of the season on Saturday from 6-10 p.m. on Ridge Road between Burnham Avenue and Wentworth Avenue.
New Buffalo Public Beach offers a playground area only a few steps from the shoreline.
Buckets and sand toys are essential when heading for a family day at the beach.
The Indiana Dunes State Park in Chesterton, Ind. has been recognized as one of the most family friendly beaches in the nation.
Indiana Dunes State Park offers one half-mile of swimming area.
As teachers retire and kids move on from grade to grade, there are usually intentions of keeping in touch, but that doesn’t always happen. Life moves forward and kids usually lose touch with the educators who inspired them.
LANSING | The final phase of renovations of Oak Glen School in Lansing were completed this year, which included new classrooms and offices, a new gym, remodeling of the Learning Resource Center and a dedicated classroom for art.
Pictured is art teacher Elizabeth Lundhal with art projects completed by the students.
LANSING | Rainfall didn't stop the scheduled Memorial Day parade in Thornton on May 27. Included in the procession were local World War II veterans, cub scouts, girl scouts, several fire departments and the South Holland Garden Club.
The new officers for the 2013-2014 club year for the Lansing Junior Woman's Club were inducted at the club's May banquet.
Pictured from left to right are Vice President Darlene Jahn, President Gloria Chavez-Gomez, Treasurer Rita Chavez-Rosalez and Secretary Jocelyn Farris.
LANSING | The new officers for the 2013-2014 club year for the Lansing Junior Woman's Club were recently inducted at the club's May banquet.
LANSING | L.A.C.E. currently has tickets on sale for the second annual Local Organization Fundraising Raffle in conjunction with Lansing Autumn Fest.
LANSING | The Good Neighbor Day Parade has been an annual community event for decades. Among the entries are churches, schools and community organizations.
LANSING | The Lansing Junior Woman's Club recently held its eighth annual Stay Safe Essay Contest. The contest is open to Lansing students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
Pictured from left to right are Connor Pond, Ruben Davila Jr., Cruz Castillo, Kevan Polanski, Liam Polanski and Harry Ogrentz.
LANSING | Members of Lansing Boy Scout troops 271 and 276 helped to honor local veterans at a Veteran Appreciation Dinner organized by the Lansing Junior Woman's Club that was recently held at the Knights of Columbus.
Muriel (Beezhold) Kotecki was a great mother who loved her grandchildren, said her son Mike, of Lansing.
LANSING | World War II veterans were welcomed for a special showing of "Honor Flight The Movie" at Showplace 12 in Schererville last week.
Things are normally winding down by now at the Lansing Historical Society as we begin the summer break, but there are three events still to come this month. I’ve enjoyed being on the board of the Lansing Historical Society this year and planning programs to follow our World War II theme.
Lion members Les Bogs, Paul Lopez, Tom Lockton, Dave Hedges, Ed Follmar and Phil Stewart pose for a photo.
LANSING | Students in Oak Glen School’s third, fourth and fifth grade classes participated in a fundraiser for the American Heart Association called “Hoops for Heart.” Through collecting donations, 110 students raised $3,442.74, the largest amount the school has raised for an American Heart …
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