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CROWN POINT | What does a nonprofit organization which is on a limited budget do when a pipe bursts on a Friday afternoon flooding a large portion of its facility?
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CROWN POINT | The winners of the City of Crown Point's annual St. Patrick’s Day Logo Contest will be distinguished guests at Monday's parade. First-place artist Tyler Kuss, 10, will be the Junior Grand Marshal of the St. Patrick's Day Parade and ride on Molley the Trolley with family and fri…
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CROWN POINT | The winners of the annual Crown Point St. Patrick’s Day logo contest were announced at Wednesday’s city council meeting.
Whether bringing communion to nursing home residents, taking care of sick family and friends, or volunteering countless hours in the community, Josephine "Jo" Schweitzer was always helping others.
CROWN POINT | Edith Sautter says her secret to a long life is hard work.
David L. Welch was an intelligent man who was interested in everything, said Linda Kish, his loving companion of 28 years.
Margaret L. "Maggie" Hamang was the most compassionate and caring person her husband ever knew.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point police officers are helping make his seventh birthday a little brighter for a Rhode Island boy battling cancer.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point police officers are helping make a seventh birthday a little brighter for a Rhode Island boy battling cancer.
Rudolph M. Grasha Sr. was a mild-mannered man who was patient, kind and understanding, said Katherine Grasha, his wife of 67 years.
June Franklin-Hawk was a community-minded philanthropist. Outgoing, she thrived on interacting with people, her husband Jerry Franklin said.
CROWN POINT | The Crown Point High School varsity cheerleaders this weekend won the National Cheerleaders Association Open Nationals in Louisville Kentucky.
A devout Catholic, Joseph M. Cwiok ushered at noon Mass on Sundays at St. Thomas More Church.
LOWELL | Lowell police are investigating four residential burglaries that occurred between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. Friday.
Munster Munster Fire Chief James Joseph Knesek Sr. was his son’s best friend, mentor and role model.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point has been named a top spot for job seekers in Indiana as a result of a study conducted by NerdWallet.
Former St. John Fire Chief Nicholas F. Thiery Jr. was driven by a deep desire for his family to succeed and for the residents of his community to be safe and secure.
Local automotive repair service centers report an increase in business due to pothole ravaged roads and frigid weather-related issues.
James G. Ricard was dependable, romantic and funny, his wife Peggy Ricard said.
LOWELL | A pickup truck with an attached snowplow was reported stolen Saturday night from a local business parking lot.
Joe Rivera Jr. loved to fix and rebuild almost anything, from restoring classic cars to renovating his homes.
Harold A. Hoffman was passionate about his family.
James Cecil Barton had a charming friendly personality and was well-loved.
MERRILLVILLE | The Crossroads Regional Chamber of Commerce is consolidating offices and will move to a new location this spring.
Esperanza “Perita” Ojeda was a hard-working single mother who always made time for her children.
Phillip “Shadow” J. Banaszak was a fun-loving, kindhearted man.
Fern J. Brossard was a wonderful woman who lived a rich, long life filled with challenges, love and adventures.
GRIFFITH | Stephanie Nagy Shelbourne misses her 3-year-old son Adler every day.
Ambrose Borgetti was the stern, yet fun-loving patriarch of the Borgetti family.
CROWN POINT | With his often sarcastic and witty speaking style, retired economist Morton J. Marcus on Friday criticized Indiana Gov. Mike Pence’s proposed plan to eliminate the state's personal property tax, which is levied on business equipment.
MERRILLVILLE | With a March 31 deadline looming to apply for federal funds for the extension of the South Shore commuter rail line to Dyer, U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky on Tuesday said the time to unify and act is now.
GARY | Dr. Deborah L. McCullough has blazed many trails for African-American women during her life.
Orlando G. Rosa was always willing to help others.
EAST CHICAGO | Lake Superior Court Judge Calvin Hawkins doesn’t look back on his accomplishments but instead focuses on current opportunities to help others.
Frigid weather and snow are motivating local residents to plan trips to warmer climates, say local travel agents, who have seen an upswing in calls the past few days.
What could be more fun that working in a comic book shop?
Carmela Barancyk was a loving and supportive mother to her three sons.
CEDAR LAKE | Charges were filed this week against four people in connection with a Cedar Lake burglary and auto theft.
LOWELL | A former Lowell resident was charged Wednesday with a second home break-in which occurred Oct. 22 in the 300 block of Main Street.
Rachel Hernandez taught her children the importance of being a close-knit family.
LOWELL | Lowell police are seeking the public’s help in identifying two suspects in a jewelry store theft this week.
Local financial experts foresee an upward trend in the stock market, particularly among global equities.
Longtime Lake County government employee Irma Aguilera was kind, loving and generous.
Merle “Bea” L. Cerda taught her son to follow his passion in life.
Dorothy Spies never spoke an unkind word about anyone or to anyone ever, her daughter Judy Scheidt said.
WESTFIELD, Ind. | Murder charges were filed Thursday in connection with the deaths of a former Lowell woman and her daughter.
Born and raised in the Hessville neighborhood of Hammond, Leana Rose Housty was a fifth-generation descendent of Hessville founder Joseph Hess Sr., her son Mark Housty said.
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