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Dick Miller was a warm, outgoing man who made friends easily, said his son, Dale Miller.
The subzero temperatures and excessive amounts of snow are forcing parents to be creative to keep their kids entertained and occupied.
Bill Roaden was a kind, outgoing and funny man who put his faith in God above everything else, his family members said.
John Plaskota taught his family to learn how to make a future from the past, said his grandson, Matt Plaskota.
This winter is one of the coldest and snowiest in history, and small businesses across the region are suffering from its effects.
Michael Keyak was an honest and hard-working man who had a good sense of humor and loved to be around people, said his wife, Kathryn Keyak.
W. Winston Becker believed in the value of education as well as treating others with honesty and integrity, said his son, Alan Becker.
Irene Knapik was a loving and kind woman who was easy to talk to and cared about everyone she met, her daughters said.
Bounce houses and pizza parties are always popular birthday party destinations, but there are plenty of creative birthday party ideas for kids who want to try something out of the ordinary.
Thomas Moore was a humble man who served his country honorably during the Korean War, said his daughter, Kelly Hendrich.
Jane Bogordos has been an exercise physiologist for 21 years. She has been an exercise physiologist and fitness supervisor at Omni Health & Fitness since 2010. Previously, she spent 15 years working in outpatient physical therapy helping athletes, stroke patients, people suffering from i…
Emilie Massette was a deeply spiritual woman who relied on her faith to get her through some tough times in her life, said her daughter, Rev. Victoria Ubben.
For Lowell resident Michele Johnson, cross country skiing at Lemon Lake County Park is a family affair.
Harold Nagel was devoted to his family and to his faith, his daughter said.
Michael Ziulkowski was a hard-working man who was an inspiration to his family, said his son Michael Ziulkowski II.
SCHERERVILLE | Tina Bishop and Salvino Verta met a little more than three years ago when she started working at his restaurant, Jason's Sports Bar & Grill in Hammond.
Michelle Duca, founder of Kibble Kitchen Pet Pantry, was floored when she learned her organization raised nearly $8,000 through the first NWIgives event Wednesday.
Julius “Bud” Griesel was always a gentleman and always polite, said Judy Griesel, his wife of 39 years.
MERRILLVILLE | With a few quick computer clicks, hundreds of people around Northwest Indiana raised money Wednesday to support 100 local nonprofit organizations.
HOBART | Positioning itself for future growth, Albanese Confectionery has received permission to combine several smaller properties into one large parcel of more than 17 acres.
William Hopper was a kind, outgoing man who had a good sense of humor, said Doris Hopper, his wife of 39 years.
HOBART | The Hobart Plan Commission has approved the site plan for a Hobart Police Department weapons training facility.
The Rev. Dennis Teles knew from the time he was in high school that he wanted to become a priest, said his cousin, Darlyne Steffens.
Christi Wells was a devoted mother and a compassionate caregiver, her family members said.
Richard “Dick” Spindler was a quiet man, but could talk to anyone about anything, said Yvette Spindler, his wife of 13 years.
HAMMOND | When the Challenger Learning Center of Northwest Indiana opened 15 years ago, it offered simulated space missions for students in fifth through eighth grades.
At a time when only one in five women know heart disease is their greatest health threat, the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women campaign message is as important now as it was when the campaign first started ten years ago.
Robert "Bob" Muza loved Corvettes, and was such an expert that representatives of General Motors even called him to ask questions about the car, said Gale Miller, his former brother-in-law.
John “Jack” Gruenenfelder was dedicated not only to his family, but also to improving the lives of Lake County’s disabled residents, said his son, Tom Gruenenfelder.
When Sergio Mendoza became Hobart’s city planner in 2003, he wanted to find out as much about the city as he could.
Joe Jones loved spending time with his family and loved tending his garden, said his son, Keith Jones.
Theresa Kacmar was loving and honest, and put her family above everything else, her family members said.
GRIFFITH | Buddy, the dog Andrea Kutzko found running near Griffith’s Central Park during the blizzard on Jan. 5, was put to sleep on Tuesday.
Edward Herbert knew how to make people laugh, but believed in being a disciplinarian, said his son, Tom Herbert.
Shirley Kallio said her father, Hugh Hicks, was the kind of man who was always willing to go out of his way to help others in need, especially his children.
GRIFFITH | Andrea Kutzko noticed a stray dog running near Griffith’s Central Park on her way home from work during a blizzard two weeks ago.
Although multiple sclerosis left him paralyzed from the neck down since 1980, Michael Sullivan never let the disease slow him down.
GARY | Sadie Newby-Ethridge believes everyone has a purpose in life, and her purpose is to help set young people on the right path.
GARY | For karate master Alex Dunlap, teaching the children of Gary the martial art and helping with their physical, mental and spiritual growth has been a guiding principal since the 1960s.
Karen Giordano was a caring friend and devoted wife and mother, said her sister, Mary Kay Ramirez.
Tim Patena was always upbeat and positive and had a great sense of humor, said his wife, Deann Patena.
George Dodrill was a man of his word and always did what he said he was going to do, said Laurel Dodrill, his wife of 53 years.
Elsie Welter was a fun-loving, outgoing woman who loved to play cards with her friends or play Scrabble with her daughter.
Timothy Bonick was a quiet, easy-going man who enjoyed helping others, said Tracy Bonick, his wife of 21 years.
The Rev. Alfred Dettmer devoted his life to serving God and helping others, his family and friends said.
Sandra Oxley was the kind of woman who would talk to or listen to anyone she met, said her son, Gary Oxley.
Caroline Wilson-Moke knew Clarence “Corky” Moke Jr., would be her husband the day she met him.
Rex Howard was a hard-working man who wanted the best for his children, said his daughter, Rachael Howard.
Helen Wojciehowski was a caring woman who always put others first, her family members said.
James “Jim” Lynch had a big voice and a huge laugh, and you could always hear him when he entered a room, said Sue Lynch, his wife.
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