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Mary Ann Deutsch-Frenchik was passionate about her grandson Kyle, her faith, baking cakes and 4H, her son Fred Deutsch said.
HAMMOND | “The Story Of Light” promises large doses of holiday cheer on Dec. 7 and 8 in downtown Hammond.
Griffith resident Stephanie Nagy Shelbourne had her orientation training at Kohl's on Tuesday. Shelbourne was hired as a bagger to work on Black Friday and during other big sale days during the holidays.
Terrence “Terry” Aubuchon was always happy with a smile on his face.
Frances Moore Wiott was raised in a Tennessee orphanage after a coal mining accident killed her father when she was 7.
With millions of Americans traveling and a forecast of inclement weather locally and nationally, holiday travelers should allow themselves plenty of time to reach their destinations.
CROWN POINT | Amazing Fantasy Comic Shop has opened at 1926 N. Main St..
CROWN POINT | The Robodogs are moving to a new location that is in need of kitchen cabinets. If anyone is remodeling and they would like to donate their old cabinets to the team contact Donna Pace at (219) 746-2993.
LOWELL | Lowell residents reported two burglaries to police this week.
MERRILLVILLE | Congratulations to Jeremy Bilka (Freshman Academy Math) and Julie Fregien (Freshman Academy Math) for being awarded “MHS November 2013 Teachers of the Month!" Below are quotes from those colleagues that nominated them.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County Sheriff’s Department said a dog reported missing Sunday in Crown Point has been returned to its owners.
LOWELL |A Lowell man was charged Tuesday with auto theft and theft for stealing a pickup truck which had been left unlocked and running in the Casey’s General Store parking lot and using cash inside it to buy lottery tickets.
LOWELL | The Lowell Police Department is taking applications for residents interested in joining the new Neighborhood Watch program.
LOWELL | A former Lowell resident was arrested Monday in Hobart in connection with an Oct. 6 residential burglary.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County Sheriff’s Department is seeking information on a dog stolen Sunday morning in Crown Point.
Joe E. Perez instilled strong family values in his children.
LOWELL | The Lowell Fraternal Order of Police is seeking donations for its second annual Cops and Kids holiday shopping event.
LOWELL | A Lowell man was charged last week in a knife attack on another Lowell man.
A long-time member of Hillside Baptist Church, Hazel Marie Flack showed her strong faith by always helping others, her son James Flack said.
Donna L. “Rara” Blashill served as an Army nurse in Vietnam.
Jeanette Siminski was kind, loving and compassionate.
HIGHLAND | Entertainment, free hot chocolate and the lighting of an oversize red kettle are highlights of the public 2013 Salvation Army Red Kettle Drive Kick Off at the Highland Strack & Van Til Supermarket Thursday.
CROWN POINT | As teenagers, McFly’s Gentlemen Shop owners Jason Potchen and Verrell Kerney both loved cutting friends’ and relatives’ hair.
LOWELL | Lowell High School Junior Joe Long was honored at Thursday’s Northwest Indiana Symphony Halloween Pops concert.
MUNSTER | A recent Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra’s Halloween Pops concert was a fun-filled night loaded with lots of great music, interesting costumes, audience participation, an appearance by TV-icon Svengoolie, talented youth and several surprises.
CEDAR LAKE | Cedar Lake Fire Chief Todd Wilkening said an activated smoke detector alerted a sleeping Cedar family to a fire in their home late Saturday night.
Barbara “Barb” Tinsley was passionate about her faith and her family.
Teresa Augusta Stoner was passionate about family and politics.
Attracting businesses and jobs to commercial areas and vacant properties through the use of tax abatement are just one success story told by local economic development commissions.
Hugh D. Brauer accomplished much for his community while serving on Munster’s Police Commission and Town Council.
LOWELL | Four residential burglaries or attempted burglaries were reported to Lowell police Tuesday and Wednesday.
Maxim’s restaurant owner Christos T. Kambouris was an unselfish man putting everyone else first, his son said.
David Darnell was always there to help anyone in need, said Patty Darnell, his wife.
LOWELL | Hope Brownewell, a Lowell resident for 38 years, is excited about the new Signature Banquets hall.
Gertrude “Trudy” Makowski will be remembered for her kindness and sense of humor, niece Vivian Makowski Dick said.
Eddie J. Raskosky always helped others before he would help himself, his father, Phil Raskosky, said.
Muller Acura of Merrillville at 3301 W. Lincoln Highway is just one of many businesses opening this year in Merrillville or scheduled to open in the near future, according to Town Councilman Shawn Pettit.
Tom Jones, Liberace, Perry Como, the Moody Blues, Kenny Rogers, Gallagher, David Copperfield, the Beach Boys, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, Jay Leno, The Buckingham’s, the Temptations, REO Speedwagon, Red Skelton, Mitzi Gaynor, Celtic Woman, Ray Charles and Mannheim Steamroller are a j…
The Crossroads Regional Chamber of Commerce, which serves both Merrillville and Crown Point, is a driving force for the local business community.
The congregation of Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral is celebrating the church’s 100th anniversary.
CEDAR LAKE | A Cedar Lake man returned home from an out of town trip Sunday to find his home had been broken into and a fire set.
Rising interest rates mean less buying power, and many in the housing industry locally are witnessing the effects of fluctuating rates and the government shutdown in recent weeks.
CROWN POINT | Sitting in the shadow of the Historic Old Lake County Courthouse on Crown Point’s downtown square on a warm morning, Sip Coffee House and Café customers drink their steaming hot coffee in ceramic mugs.
GARY | Thursday was moving day for 92 disabled residents from 21 Northwest Indiana Arc group homes.
CEDAR LAKE | Seven fire departments battled a barn blaze in the 10900 block of Parrish Avenue Tuesday night, fire officials said.
GARY | Beverly Mitchell was notified Wednesday that her disabled son, who suffered head trauma in a 1980 traffic accident in which he was a passenger, will be moved from his Chesterton group home to a facility in Fort Wayne on Thursday morning.
Angelo A. Santucci’s giant smile lit up a room, his wife said.
Frances Katz had an amazing ability to make things happen and to solve problems, her husband of 32 years said.
CROWN POINT | For Crown Point Bulldog football mom Sherri Hopman Thursday night’s traditional team spaghetti supper was fun but it was also bittersweet.
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