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DC’s Country Junction owner Dennis Charles “DC” Miller touched countless lives with his love, kindness, caring ways, ability to listen and ability to say the right thing, wife Donna Miller said.
Former State Rep. Mary J. Pettersen, who received her early education in a one-room school house in Iowa, enjoyed teaching chemistry and biology for almost 30 years at Hammond’s Morton High School, her son Charles Pettersen said.
Zachary Battistella portrays astronaut Neil Armstrong during the Day at the Wax Museum event at Col. John Wheeler Middle School in Crown Point.
CROWN POINT | Kings, presidents, astronauts, movie stars, singers and other historic icons came to life Thursday at Colonel John Wheeler Middle School’s fourth annual Day at the Wax Museum.
SCHERERVILLE | Award-winning Decorating Den Interiors owner Cathi Lloyd will present a design seminar at the Schererville library at 6:45 p.m. May 29.
CROWN POINT | Kings, presidents, astronauts, movie stars, singers and other historic icons came to life Thursday at Col. John Wheeler Middle School’s fourth annual "Day at the Wax Museum."
CROWN POINT | Crown Point Police have a new canine, a German shepherd named Ace.
MUNSTER | The 2012–2013 Northwest Indiana Concert Association series ended recently on an emotional note as Daniel Rodriguez and his wife Marla Kavanaugh led the audience in singing “God Bless America,” the song he sang as a New York City policeman at the World Series in Yankee Stadium in th…
CROWN POINT | Crown Point police have a new K-9, a German shepherd named Ace.
SCHERERVILLE | Local police and firefighters are inviting area residents to join them in forming an honor line tonight to pay tribute to the World War II veterans attending “Honor Flight – One Final Mission” at AMC Showplace 12 Theater.
CROWN POINT | The Crown Point Police canine unit is selling T-shirts and magnets as a fundraiser.
CROWN POINT | Northwest Indiana is now home to its own so-called "angel" investment group, the Lakeshore ArchAngels.
World War II Navy Veteran Ernest Caputo had a kind and gentle manner, wife Lena Caputo said.
Retired Indiana University Northwest professor Garrett Cope had the ability to "maneuver and direct large groups of people," wife Barbara said.
James “Jim” Bell had a special way with all children, daughter Barbara Bell said.
CROWN POINT | A postal worker and a Crown Point Public Works employee came to the rescue of an elderly woman who had fallen and injured herself Wednesday morning.
CROWN POINT | Colonial Nursing Home residents Monday celebrated National Nursing Home Week by putting together care packages for US soldiers who are stationed overseas.
CHICAGO | Steelworkers and others will gather Saturday to mark one of the tragic events that started the modern labor movement.
With her magnificent sense of humor, Diane Ellison-Haak had the ability to make people laugh.
Melvin Nicholas was passionate about his wife, daughter, grandchildren and poodles Beethoven and Harley.
MUNSTER | Citizens Financial Services and Muncie-based First Merchants Corp. announced Monday the two banks have agreed to merge, with First Merchants buying the Munster-based Citizens.
Stacy Jaroscak, co-owner of Valentino's Cafe & Ice Cream Parlor in the Old Lake County Courthouse, was warm, welcoming and had a winning smile and quick wit.
Andrea Niecikowski-Hunter and her birth mother Diane Espar missed decades of Mother’s Day celebrations.
According to its owner, Madison Street Dance Hall has the best dance floor in Chicago and Northwest Indiana.
Retired Hammond firefighter Harry Andree was a great dad who put his family first.
Raymond Verduzco had patience, integrity and a great smile, his wife Connie Verduzco said.
MUNSTER | Munster High School graduate and Purdue University junior Alexander Parobek was part of a four-member team winning $20,000 for their innovative project at a recent competition sponsored by Indiana’s Soybean Alliance and Corn Marketing Council.
Carol Novorita was a great wife, mother and grandmother who was always there for her family.
Eva “Marie” Gallagher was a free spirit who was a "funny, adventurous risk taker and philosopher,” her mother Gladys Williams said.
CROWN POINT | The Crown Point High School Alumni Association recently honored one teacher and four alumni.
CROWN POINT | Saturday was the second time Theresa Saager and her daughters attended the “Price is Right” traveling stage show at the Star Plaza Theatre.
Retired Gary police Officer Richard F. Haber was fun loving, patient and had a wonderful temperament.
MERRILLVILLE | Friday is the deadline for vendors to secure a space at the May 29 Crossroads Regional Chamber of Commerce Expo.
Jane Hurt was a talented pianist, artist and gardener who enjoyed life to its fullest.
MERRILLVILLE | A new Ultra Foods store featuring a unique modern décor with expanded meat, produce and hot food sections opened Tuesday at 6001 Broadway in Merrillville.
CROWN POINT | National Police Memorial Week, which begins May 12, will hold special meaning for the Pipes and Drums of the Lake County Sheriff's Department this year.
CROWN POINT | National Police Memorial Week, which begins May 12, will hold special meaning for the Pipes and Drums of the Lake County Sheriff this year.
Shirley Mackey was several times a regional champion roller speed skater who attended nationals many years, her daughter Teresa Whelpley said.
CROWN POINT | A popular century-old local tradition may be coming to an end.
ST. JOHN | Tri Kappa sorority’s Zeta Psi chapter will host its second annual Tri Kappa Dash 5K Run/Walk through Ventura Estates and Heron Lake subdivisions Saturday.
Editor's note: This article has been corrected from a version that was printed April 25.
Three local projects are among the Midwest Top Project Starts of 2012 named in the April issue of Engineering News-Record Midwest magazine.
Jack L. DeBoer took great care of his wife, his family, his home.
World War II veteran George A. Christakis, who played second base in the Boston Red Sox minor league system, lit up a room with his presence, his smile and positive attitude.
GARY | Gary is going high-tech by using a phone application to help quicken its response time to residents’ requests for service and by implementing Microsoft Office 365 to improve employee efficiency and save money.
Decorated World War II veteran Wallace A. Brezik taught his family the value of hard work.
CROWN POINT | Taxpayers, whether through procrastination or not wanting to send in money owed until the last possible day, kept tax preparers and post offices bustling with activity Monday.
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