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HOBART | The banquet hall at Avalon Manor was packed with volunteers Friday morning for the kickoff of the Lake Area United Way’s Day of Caring.
LAPORTE | A Michigan City man has agreed to serve a 20-year prison sentence for the beating death of his girlfriend's two-year old son.
UNIVERSITY PARK | This new academic year at Governors State University isn't quite like those of years past.
Telehealth, in all its forms, has become an important tool for both medical professionals and their patients.
VALPARAISO | Greg and Liz Farrell enlisted the help of their three children to spruce up and clean up the landscaping at the Visiting Nurse Association Hospice.
Major Samuel L. McFadin was a prolific writer about the Kankakee River. Much of the source material I have comes from his pen.
WHITING | Artists and chocolate lovers will converge as the Whiting-Robertsdale Chamber of Commerce hosts its second annual Chalk A Lot festival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday on 119th Street in Whiting.
CROWN POINT | Re/Max Pace donated three sets of pet oxygen masks to the Crown Point Fire Department this summer to help save animals’ lives during a fire.
MERRILLVILLE | Town officials could soon learn if the former Old Mill building is fit for remodeling or if it will face a wrecking ball.
CHICAGO | It has been 50 years since Freedom Summer — the effort in Mississippi to ensure that the newly-enacted Civil Rights Act was properly implemented by authorities.
VALPARAISO | The Porter County Redevelopment Commission hopes plans for an airport development zone can still take flight.
CHICAGO | U.S. presidents have the authority to create national parks without congressional approval, and backers of a proposal to turn the one-time Pullman Palace Railcar Co. and its surrounding company town into a national park said Thursday they are likely to ask President Barack Obama to…
EAST CHICAGO | The city of East Chicago and the Schools City of East Chicago reached an agreement after the city sent a letter canceling the bus barn lease with the Schools City of East Chicago earlier this summer.
MERRILLVILLE | Lake Central opened its volleyball season in impressive fashion Thursday night.
GRIFFITH | The Town Council has approved a resolution to determine how much of the town's 2015 tax levy will be transferred to Lake County as its new E-911 emergency calling system replaces the town's current system.
PORTER TOWNSHIP | Cars speed by her Division Road home but Natalee Meinert, 8, doggedly hoists a sign urging motorists to stop at her lemonade stand.
HAMMOND – A Griffith man who used a toy guy to commit a bank robbery was sentenced to three years and four months in federal prison Thursday.
PORTAGE | East Chicago Mayor Anthony Copeland said that planning for reconstruction of the Cline Avenue bridge is on schedule.
Illiana Christian has advanced to the boys golf sectional in Class 2A in five of the last six years.
Maggie Sloan still gets the surprised looks on the first tee.
HAMMOND | A Merrillville woman will spend the next year under home confinement over a federal drug dealing charge.
In July, Mayor David Uran proudly showcased the newest phase and improvements at the Crown Point Sportsplex while hosting games for the National Softball Association World Series.
The unique shops and Lake County Historic Museum in Crown Point’s Historic Lake County Court House will have a new notorious neighbor in March.
There is good news for everyone who enjoys perusing the Crown Point Farmers Market Saturday mornings whether they are searching for fresh produce, flowers or unique gifts and goods.
Tradition of healing: 2014 marks significant milestones for the Franciscan St. Anthony Health Campus
2014 marks significant milestones for the Franciscan St. Anthony Health campus.
Crown Point continues to experience strong residential and commercial growth. Local developers cite the city’s excellent schools and the Mayor David Uran’s foresight as primary factors in drawing new residents to Crown Point.
The Mayor’s Office of Special Events, the Lake Court House Foundation, Hometown Happenings, the Crossroads Chamber of Commerce and Old Sheriff’s House Foundation produce and promote a variety of community events for Crown Point's residents and visitors alike. This is just one of the many rea…
Whether dining out, seeking unique gifts, visiting the dentist or taking care of their pets, Crown Point shoppers have a variety of new establishments from which to choose.
According to local developers and Crown Point Mayor David Uran the quality of schools in Crown Point is one of the city’s biggest draws for new families.
Crown Point was recently recognized as the sixth safest city in the state, Police Chief Pete Land said.
PORTAGE | Business at the Ports of Indiana Burns Harbor continues to grow with more ships use the facility this year and more cargo tonnage processed.
HAMMOND | The South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority entered into a contract Thursday to manage tourism marketing for Newton County.
As the parent of a son serving in the U.S. Air Force, Art Georgian knows the importance of supporting this country’s servicemen and women, including those who have been wounded and have long roads to recovery.
NEW CARLISLE | The Indiana State Fire Marshal's Office Thursday ruled the cause of an Aug. 4 blaze at K-Fex. Inc. near Hudson Lake in the northeast corner of LaPorte County fire was undetermined.
LANSING | A local drug store helped to ensure that students in Sunnybrook District 171 were well supplied as school began Thursday.
Linda Pauli, a producer of Chesterton’s 4th Street Theater’s “6 X 10 Play Festival,” doesn’t see the half dozen stories that make up their inaugural shorts showcase as mere skits.
Alice Peacock’s sound is a hybrid of pop/folk and country. She presents colorful story songs with lyrics that paint pictures in the mind’s eye as her voice rides over upbeat instrumentation akin to artists of the 1970s soft rock scene such as Jackson Brown, J.D. Souther and Linda Ronstadt.
PORTER | The Duneland Seniors group is hosting its third annual Health and Wellness Fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hawthorne Park, 500 Ackerman Road.
Abe Paluch, 62, enjoys sharing his knowledge of environmental protection as a volunteer with the Boys & Girls clubs in Valparaiso and South Haven.
CROWN POINT | The faces in the net have changed, as have the molecules of condensed water on every cold beverage in the gym, but the August tradition of a grueling Munster-Crown Point volleyball match is an evergreen story.
MERRILLVILLE | A discussion about Rain Ultra Club became heated at times Wednesday night and included expletives from a Town Councilman, but several Merrillville officials made it clear they want the establishment to shut down.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council has rejected the South Shore extension interlocal agreement.
CROWN POINT | The more things change, the more they stay the same.
CHICAGO | Federal and state officials will hold a public hearing Thursday to discuss options for turning the remains of the one-time Pullman Palace Railcar Co. and its surrounding company town into a part of the National Park Service.
CHESTERTON | There may not have been as many goals as the Chesterton players would’ve liked Wednesday night, but that doesn’t mean their coach wasn’t happy.
GARY | It’s a message that echoes throughout the United States and the world – end the violence that destroys neighborhoods and nations, and provide access to good education and employment for all people regardless of race, national origin or abilities.
A proposed site for a second Public Safety Answering Point has been developed and budget estimates for the center that would serve St. John, Schererville and Cedar Lake are in place.
EAST CHICAGO | Ivy Tech Community College and the city of East Chicago announced Wednesday a partnership to open a second Ivy Tech location in the city at the old Eugene Field Elementary School.
MICHIGAN CITY | Jacob Bensz thought he might be the target of a practical joke when someone asked him to round up a stray alligator at work Tuesday morning.
CROWN POINT | When she moved from Brownsburg to Crown Point in the summer of 2012, Jill Zimmerman quickly noticed the advertisements for weekend road races.
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