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VALPARAISO | Porter County and Valparaiso police officials presented statistics last week that indicate there is no racial profiling being done by their officers when they make traffic stops.
VALPARAISO | Immanuel Lutheran Church kicked off its 150th anniversary celebration Sunday with a Hymn Festival featuring amateur and professional performers of all ages.
VALPARAISO | Like many mothers, Leah Bromley has been trying to get her children to eat healthier and exercise more.
UNION TOWNSHIP | Ten of the area's best student spellers have clinched a spot at the Kankakee Valley REMC Final Spelling Bee on March 8.
VALPARAISO | The Porter County Substance Abuse Council Coalition has unveiled a new logo it hopes will help increase awareness and conversation about its cause.
VALPARAISO | Olivia Pierce, 7, stood in front of more than 400 Valparaiso University students on Saturday and shared a special message.
VALPARAISO | Residents who want to pledge opposition to discrimination can now do so online.
VALPARAISO | Don Quijote Restaurant was transformed Sunday into a USO club from the 1940s, recreating the warm, friendly atmosphere enjoyed by U.S. soldiers who were far away from home in World War II.
VALPARAISO | Porter County Commissioners agreed Tuesday to move forward with a plan to address the sewage problems created by inmates at the county jail.
VALPARAISO | Standing up for the ideals espoused by Martin Luther King Jr. will continue to require sacrifice and suffering, a Valparaiso University professor said Monday.
VALPARAISO | Prescription drugs are the fastest growing drug problem in the United States and are being used more than any illegal drug except marijuana, a local drugs and forensics expert said Tuesday.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | The elegant strains of a harp greeted brides-to-be and their families Sunday at the Northwest Indiana Bridal Expo.
VALPARAISO | The Affordable Care Act was on the minds of many of the residents who attended a town hall meeting with U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky at Valparaiso City Hall Saturday morning.
VALPARAISO | When the Dayspring Center for homeless women opened its doors in October 2012, organizers expected to serve about two dozen women.
UNION TOWNSHIP | The suicide of a Wheeler High School student earlier this year was the catalyst for a program offered Monday at the school.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | As snow flurries swirled outside the Porter County Expo Center on Sunday, the Winter Snow Show inside offered plenty of ways to enjoy the season.
VALPARAISO | Changing the physical structure of Central Elementary School would be extremely challenging, an architectural expert told the Valparaiso Community Schools board Wednesday.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Jaime Bauer felt like she was living a double life.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | An upcoming program aims to give parents the tools to talk to their children about the dangers of drug use.
VALPARAISO | As Valparaiso High School students scurried to their classes on Wednesday, they encountered something many drivers are seeing these days.
VALPARAISO | 18 on Franklin is officially open for business.
VALPARAISO | The city officially welcomed its newest roundabout, along with the holiday season, with speeches, a visit by Santa and the lighting of a Christmas tree.
PORTAGE | The Portage High School field house was transformed Saturday into a shopper's paradise, and it was all for a good cause.
VALPARAISO | Academic excellence took center stage Tuesday night as the Valparaiso Community Schools board honored students with perfect ISTEP scores.
CHESTERTON | Area fundraising professionals gathered Thursday at Sand Creek Country Club to honor the people and organizations that lead philanthropy efforts in the region.
VALPARAISO | As the nation honored its veterans on Monday, a local Vietnam veteran shared details of an organization that supports families of soldiers killed or disabled in the line of duty.
CHESTERTON | For many veterans, hearing two little words can mean more than any medals they may have received, a speaker at a Veterans Day program said Sunday.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso Community Schools will move forward with a plan to perform needed maintenance projects at every building in the district.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | While serving in the Army in Vietnam, John Meeks relied on the protection and companionship of his dog, Artus.
VALPARAISO | As an international student at Valparaiso University in the early 1990s, Charles Nathan remembers spending Thanksgiving in a nearly empty dormitory.
VALPARAISO | While enrollment in Valparaiso Community Schools will increase slightly in the next five years, it is expected to decline beyond that, a demographics expert said Tuesday.
VALPARAISO | When the Greater Porter County CROP Hunger Walk began more than 30 years ago, it was one of only a few local walks throughout the country raising funds for charities.
VALPARAISO | Destony Dupriest placed her toes behind a green line, leaned forward and let out a high-pitched shriek.
VALPARAISO | A famed Egyptologist took Valparaiso High School Latin students on a journey 3,300 years back in time, as he shared photos of his excavations of the tombs of Egyptian nobility.
VALPARAISO | A black pony named Thunder slowly paced the grounds outside the Porter County Animal Shelter as children waited their turn for a ride.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso Community Schools agreed Tuesday to move forward with a short-term bond issue for maintenance projects at every building in the district.
VALPARAISO | Good leadership is all about asking better questions, an expert in the field said Monday.
VALPARAISO | For nearly 40 years, it's helped bring the past alive.
VALPARAISO | As it waits for the results of an amateur sports feasibility study, the Porter County Sports Cabinet heard details Thursday of the largest soccer/baseball complex in the country.
VALPARAISO | Residents who want to pledge their opposition to discrimination soon will be able to do so online.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso University's Chinese students enjoyed a taste of home Sunday night with the celebration of their national holiday, the Moon Festival.
VALPARAISO | A woman slowly pushes her shopping cart along the track at the Benjamin Franklin Middle School football field Wednesday evening.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso Community Schools Board members received their first look at a study an Indianapolis firm is conducting of the district's facilities.
VALPARAISO | When it comes to being generous, Americans are the “envy of the world,” a charitable giving expert said Tuesday.
VALPARAISO | Between 2005 and today, 126 cases of human trafficking have been identified in Indiana by law enforcement and nonprofit organizations, according to the Indiana Attorney General's office.
CHESTERTON | “Don't let your light dim. Let it shine.”
VALPARAISO | Hannah Wozniak dug into the soil at Taltree Arboretum & Gardens, pulling up weeds near a parking lot.
VALPARAISO | On Sept. 11, 2001, the Rev. Bill Wrede stood near the collapsed towers of the World Trade Center blessing first responders as they entered the site.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso's Ethics Commission is preparing to meet with city department heads as part of its ongoing ethics education program.
VALPARAISO | Though she hasn't lived in Valparaiso for many years, Emily McInerney always returns to her former hometown for the Popcorn Festival.
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