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Weight-less walk: Seattle Sutton contestants trek mall for final stretch of 2014 Slim Down Challenge
HOBART | Tim Kreke can start thinking about a new spring wardrobe.
Thousands of students attend the five local universities in Northwest Indiana.
OAK LAWN | St. Rita ended Mt. Carmel's season with a convincing win at Oak Lawn High School Friday night for the Oak Lawn Regional final.
Every March, millions flock to their television sets to watch the best that college basketball has to offer.
BLUE ISLAND | Sandburg took Thornwood down to the wire in a regional semifinal matchup at Eisenhower High School on Tuesday.
HOBART | More than 300 guests enjoyed a seven-course gastronomic adventure Sunday at the Dine with the Chefs Gala.
SCHERERVILLE | More than 300 people gathered Sunday at Teibel's Restaurant to raise money to send armed forces veterans in Northwest Indiana on the spring Honor Flight.
TINLEY PARK | T.F. North showed it is not giving up on the season with a tough and physical game against Tinley Park on Friday night.
While the Seahawks are battling the Broncos Sunday in the Super Bowl, fans will have battles of their own against pizza and hot wings.
Bronco and Seahawk fans are more than just thrilled their teams are playing in ultimate game for this season in America's favorite sport.
The Horseshoe Casino unveiled its new Blackhawks blackjack pit Thursday.
katOAK LAWN, Ill. | A cross-divisional contest turned ugly quickly with T.F. South's girls' basketball team failing to find any rhythm, losing to Oak Lawn 73-32, Friday night.
Rev. Jozef Zuziak of Merrillville is known to many for not only for his devotion to prayer, but also for his harmonica and skiing hobbies.
According to Chicago hockey great Dennis Hull, brother of fellow former Blackhawk Bobby Hull, humor is the best sports medicine.
SUMMIT | T.F. South made the rainy ride home a little easier with a win over Argo.
From black-eyed peas to cabbage and lentils, the New Year arrival welcomes old traditions for "lucky" foods to enjoy and even a few ingredients to avoid, according to lore.
Two longtime basketball rivals headline the Indiana Society of Chicago's 108th annual dinner next month -- where local student scholarship recipients from Valparaiso and Crown Point also will be honored.
Three special children from a far away land will be especially thankful Thursday, while blending old and new table traditions.
The most popular game-day activity is unquestionably tailgating. Outside the stadium and inside the parking lot, countless fans can be seen grilling burgers, playing bags and gearing up for the impending game.
Authentic Puerto Rican cooking is a lost art in the U.S. according to a Valparaiso cook-turned-cookbook author.
Dick Kamont finds polka music often plays second fiddle to mainstream music like rock, hip hop and pop.
CHICAGO | More than 3,000 students, including some from Northwest Indiana classrooms, mingled Friday with Museum of Science and Industry scholars and officials who offered insight into growing fields in science.
Being one season shy of a "Diamond Anniversary," the Chicago Street Community Theatre in Valparaiso is happy cast in the role of being one of the treasures for local stage entertainment in Northwest Indiana.
Dwyane Wade cut down his share of basketball knots, but now, he's making his own.
Dwayne Wade, the All-Star guard for the Miami Heat and Chicagoland native, announced his collaboration with the Chicago-based Tie Bar to create a line of ties.
The Valparaiso Popcorn Festival celebrates its 35th year Saturday, but the fun and activities dedicated to what still ranks as America's favorite snack are already starting.
After a decade of stage bows, the Towle Theater is firmly established in Northwest Indiana with not only a solid season subscriber base, but also programming that ranks as cutting edge rather than cutting teeth and learning the ropes about what attracts audiences.
While no Scarborough Fair, Purdue University Calumet has plenty of parsley, sage and thyme.
Despite the musical's title, Jerauld Reinhart, the man in the orchestra pit behind horn-rimmed glasses, will likely be beaming during this weekend's opening run of "Les Miserables," since the play denotes his 50th production of the Ross Summer Music Theatre in Merrillville.
The Pierogi Fest, unfolding with trademark food and fun July 26-28 in downtown Whiting.
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