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Even though summer has just come to an end, now is the time to begin preparing your lawn and garden for the long winter months, local experts say.
For more than 30 years, David Shurr has been helping men around Northwest Indiana step up their style game at his store, David’s Men’s Clothier.
HOBART | Hobart resident Diane Link Polgar has reduced the number of dogs in her home by 12 after city officials told her she could no longer keep more than two dozen dogs in her home.
HOBART | Stephen C. McKown has stepped down as fire chief only three months after accepting the position.
Dwayne Walker has a nickname for the stretch of U.S. 30 just east of Clay Street: Calorie Alley.
Whether you want to pick apples locally or make it a road trip, there are numerous places around Indiana and into Michigan where you can pick dozens of different varieties of apples.
HOBART | Albanese Confectionery must add two new fire hydrants behind their building, or risk losing the building permits on their expansion project for a year, the Plan Commission ruled Thursday night.
Like any other member of the family, it is important to make sure your cat or dog stays healthy.
Gone are the days where the family pet is treated as an afterthought, staying at home alone while the kids are in school and the adults are at work.
Whether you are integrating a new pet into the family or bringing a new baby home from the hospital, there are important things to keep in mind to make sure all the people and animals stay safe, experts say.
Whether you’re looking to get your hair done or be pampered with a massage or facial, Dyer has numerous places to go and be pampered.
Several dental practices have chosen to make Dyer their home over the past several years.
Business is booming in Dyer, and the economic future of the town looks bright.
If you’re having a baby or planning for your later years in life, Dyer has a wide range of health care opportunities from which to choose. In addition to a plethora of doctors, obstetricians and pediatricians, the town can handle provide any in-patient or out-patient services necessary.
As summer fades into fall, people everywhere are faced with the question: What do I do with all the gently used things I am never going to use again?
Whether you’re craving a good lasagna, a Reuben sandwich or anything in between, Dyer is quickly becoming a hot spot for new restaurants and specialty food shops, and new places are popping up on a weekly basis.
In a small home on the secluded corner of the Franciscan St. Margaret Health-Dyer campus, the St. Monica Home has been offering refuge to pregnant teens and teen moms for 20 years.
Whether you’re fresh out of high school or looking towards retirement, financial experts say now is the time to start investing your money.
At Wonder Years, taking care of children is the Gutierrez family’s passion.
Brandi Sims just graduated from Merrillville High School this spring, but already has a plan for the next few years of her life mapped out.
As the school year gets underway, thousands of buses carrying tens of thousands of students will begin flooding the streets of Northwest Indiana and south suburban Chicago.
Starting a new school year is an exciting time for teachers, as well as for students and for parents.
For Mary Ann Radoja, being a school nurse at Lowell High School is a big responsibility. She is in sole charge of the health and well-being of the students, faculty and staff, a population of more than 1300.
When it comes to keeping your kids safe in school, the most important thing for parents and students is a good relationship with the school staff and the school’s resource police officer.
It’s time to break out the new backpacks, folders, pencils and erasers and head back to school.
HOBART | The Hobart Plan Commission has authorized adding up to 4,000 cubic feet of clean fill to a pit in the 4600 block of Missouri Street.
Four-star school status is awarded to the top 25 percent of all schools in the State of Indiana based on test scores, and Northwest Indiana has more than three dozen schools who received the honor during the 2012-13 school year.
Even before her baby was born, doctors told Alexis Mata that her son would probably die.
Welma Gearhart was a strong, independent lady who was always there for her family, said her daughter, Lizabeth Romeo.
Max Cohen had a kind, compassionate heart and believed in dedicating his life to serving other people, said his daughter, Melissa Cohen.
After serving in World War II, Edward J. Stazinski decided to enter the monastery and devote his life to his faith, his cousin said.
Keeping a healthy weight is as hard for pets as it is for their owners, which is why the doctors at Gast Animal Hospital in Valparaiso have decided to launch the Biggest Loser: Pet Edition competition.
Chester Aydelotte was a teacher, a storyteller and a leader to his family and friends, his daughters said.
Becky McCallister was a kind and gentle woman who was devoted to her kids and to her grandkids, said her son, Doug McCallister.
Anne Sullivan was an outgoing woman who talked to everyone she met, said her daughter, Judy Sullivan.
Erica Davis said her mother, Elin Christianson, was the most intelligent woman she has ever known.
Argelio Trevino Sr., was a caring father to his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, said his daughter, Maria Callas.
John Dobrowolski was a gentle giant who loved to help other people, said Roxanne Dobrowolski, his wife of six years.
Pamela Jones was an outgoing woman who loved meeting new people, said her husband, Jerry Jones.
Darlene Navarro was an outgoing, vivacious woman who loved her family and could talk to anyone, said her husband, John Navarro.
Andy Schulatz was a kind-hearted, loving man who valued his family and friends above all else, said his wife, Jessica Schulatz.
Robert Turman was a devoted husband, father and grandfather, said his daughter, Agnes Isailovich.
Local experts say it doesn’t matter what your children read during the summer, as long as they are reading on a daily basis.
Seven locations will be featured as part of Lowell Garden Club’s 18th annual garden walk.
Dr. Herschel Bornstein was a champion for civil rights and the Jewish community as well as an early supporter of the environment, said his daughter, Becky Lipton.
Jim Woods had an amazing sense of humor and an infectious laugh, said his wife, Dianne Woods.
Joseph Mistro was an easygoing man who was always making people laugh, his daughters said.
Marta Camisa had a deep faith in God and an unending love of her family, said her son, Greg Camisa.
Judy Ann Serwatka was a woman with many talents and interests, said her husband, Conrad Serwatka.
Ten of the area's top gardens will be featured in Munster's 8th Annual Garden Walk June 27 and June 28.
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