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Still working at 90, Bill Wellman’s autobiography shares a lifetime of memories
WINFIELD | Evolution Fitness has opened a new location in Winfield at 7954 E 108th Ave.
CROWN POINT | Vern Segert’s public service was fueled by a desire to give back more to his community than he took from it, his son Bob Segert said.
Drake Abramson’s life goals are to become an attorney, a senator and possibly one day president of the United States.
CROWN POINT | A Crown Point-based lab testing network has an alternative solution for patients who want to consult with a physician regarding their lab results but prefer to do it on their own schedule without visiting a doctor’s office.
CROWN POINT | More than 40 costumed superheroes will be leaping over tall buildings and flying into Crown Point on Saturday to attend the second annual Hometown Happenings Kids in Capes Walk/Run.
Diamonds Jewelry has moved to Dyer.
Pat and Bob Wojnovich have been Dunkin Donuts franchise owners for 16 years starting in South Holland, Illinois.
Two local businesses were among 27 companies from across Indiana honored Wednesday as outstanding second-stage companies during the seventh annual Indiana Companies to Watch awards in Indianapolis.
CROWN POINT | Glory in the Flower owner Regina Hess says she has been a collector of Daylilies for over 20 years.
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The graduation rate at Lowell High School has dramatically increased from 80% in 2010 to 95% for the class of 2014.
Lowell Fire Chief Clint Gorball and Police Chief Erik Matson see more advantages than disadvantages to the state-mandated dispatch consolidation which takes effect Jan. 1.
There will be prizes for the best costumes in Lowell’s 60th annual Labor Day Kiddie Parade Sunday Aug. 31. The parade begins at 1 p.m. traveling from Old Town Square west on Commercial Avenue to Harding Drive in the festival grounds at the old Rieter Automotive Property, 101 W. Oakley Ave.
The Lowell Labor Day Parade began in 1919, organized by the American Legion as a welcome home for World War I veterans.
Acrobats, elephants, clowns, tigers, zebras, aerialists, camels, jugglers, llamas, and dogs will roll into Lowell with the Kelly Miller Circus Friday Aug. 29.
Two new Lowell businesses can make hosting and planning a wedding or other special event easier and more convenient for local residents.
The sale of patriotic t-shirts at Walgreens, just in time for the Lowell Labor Day festivities, will benefit the town’s Parks Department.
Love the thrill of finding an end of season bargain? Want to get a jump start on your holiday shopping? Then the third annual Lowell Sidewalk sale, sponsored by the town’s Chamber of Commerce is the perfect event for you.
Driving around Lowell, residents may notice some of their favorite shops have moved to new locations and others have been remodeled.
Providing health care, cleaning, creating personalized gifts, tattoo designing and furnishing your home are just a few of the services provided by new Lowell businesses.
Firefighter Scott Abraham, from left, paramedic/firefighter and canine handler Ryan Cusack with Jake, Donna Pace, Daniel Pace and Assistant Fire Chief Gerard Abraham participate as Re/Max Pace presents the Crown Point Fire Department with three sets of pet oxygen masks.
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.
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.
Thursday, August 28th
CROWN POINT | 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.
The Griffith alley and street improvement projects are well underway, Town Council President Rick Ryfa, R-3rd, says.
Griffith Central Market, well into its second season, is experiencing tremendous success.
Griffith is conjuring up a great fall filled with family fun. From train-related festivals, music, 5K walk/runs, to Santa in the Caboose, Griffith offers a wide array of activities.
Embraced by the community with open arms during the past two years, the Griffith Family YMCA continues to expand its membership and programs.
Participation in youth soccer teaches players the essential life skills of leadership, confidence, creativity and competition, Dan Perez, president of the Griffith Soccer Club says.
In its short existence, Griffith’s Grindhouse Café has already earned the distinction of being chosen by NWI Times’ readers as the “Best Place for Lunch.”
A Crown Point resident, author Rosemary Gard was raised by her Croatian immigrant parents in the Glen Park section of Gary.
CROWN POINT | St. Mary’s Catholic Community School Principal L. Thomas Ruiz describes the 2013-2014 school year as “excellent.”
CROWN POINT | The Crown Point Swim Club will be hosting its winter season new swimmer evaluations on Sept. 3-4 from 5:45-8 p.m. at the Crown Point High School pool. Swimmers will need to come prepared for a brief in-water evaluation with a swim suit,
CROWN POINT | After learning about a local youth group pillaged of iPods and Bibles while on a mission trip, the Crown Point community pitched in to help out.
CROWN POINT | Brooke Tucker had a donation party for her eighth birthday. She asked that all of her friends bring a gift for the homeless animals at Lake County Animal Shelter instead of a gift for her.
LAKES OF THE FOUR SEASONS | When hundreds of mourners paid their last respects recently to Gary Police Officer Jeffrey Westerfield at the Genesis Center, a hand-crafted portrait of the fallen officer stood in the midst of his memorial display.
Ellendale Farms contains 21 single family home units and one duplex.
World War II Navy veteran and Pearl Harbor survivor Raymond Crane was stationed on the battleship USS Maryland during the attack.
A loving mother and grandmother, Traute Navikas was a kind-hearted woman who always put others first.
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