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Jeff Casey, managing director of Hammond’s Towle Theater, thinks his production of the romantic comedy “Play Dates” will be a tour-de-force for the four-member cast and a memorable experience for theatergoers.
Shrimp and Chicken Dumplings were among the recipes served at Horseshoe Casino's Perfect Pairings.
Planting Possibilities participants hops you will join them from 4 to 6 p.m. today at Campagna Academy, 7403 Cline Ave., Schererville for an open house. Attendees will be able to tour the hoop house, greenhouse, and “Field of Dreams” while enjoying hors d’ oeuvres and refreshments.
SCHERERVILLE | Omni Health & Fitness and the National Exercise Trainers Association, a nonprofit fitness professional association, are co-sponsoring two nationally-recognized workshops which are open to the public.
LAKE STATION | An Educator Open House will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. today at Bellaboo’s Play and Discovery Center, inside Three Rivers County Park at 2800 Colorado St. Preschool and early elementary grade teachers are invited to learn about the variety of Discovery Trips at Bellaboo’s …
MUNSTER | Franciscan Medical Specialists’ newest facility was blessed and dedicated last month during a packed ceremony. The blessing program performed by the Rev. Gregory Holicky was hosted by Barb Greene, president of Franciscan Healthcare Munster; Sister Jane Marie Klein, O.S.F., chairper…
WHITING | The City of Whiting welcomed three new firefighters this month at the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.
I always thought I had a fairly good grasp of the many talented musicians from Whiting, but I recently read about a young man of whom I had never before heard.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso High School student Madeline Blaney and recent VHS graduate Nicole Pniak were the 2014 recipients of the Don Quijote Education Fund awards.
Businessman Dean White
South Suburban Family Shelter has a long tradition of outreach, recognizing that effective violence prevention comes by educating and building relationships with the leaders of the communities served by SSFS.
Leaving Tracks Inc., with the support of the Tengelsen Family Foundation is selling raffle tickets for a 1995 Chevrolet Corvette to benefit American Greyhound, helping greyhound rescue and adoption.
CHESTERTON | On Sept. 13, the Emerald City Hustle 5K Run and Walk is scheduled in support of healthy living.
Patrick Rose, of Crown Point, is looking forward to a hands-on career in engineering.
LAPORTE | For over 100 years, the LaPorte County Home has been a shelter for the homeless, but its future now appears in serious jeopardy.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso University kicked off a new academic year with a tradition that's more than eight decades old.
SAUK VILLAGE | Municipal officials said they want to get a U.S. Transportation Department designation for a stretch of 223rd Street so future repairs could be covered by the federal government.
The St. Francis de Sales football team will forfeit its season opener against East Side rival Washington.
MERRILLVILLE | The Board of Zoning Appeals criticized the developer of the Prairie Creek subdivision Wednesday night, but it supported action that could benefit him while he looks to have the town accept roads in the development.
HAMMOND | All lanes on eastbound Interstate 80/94 reopened about 9:40 p.m. Wednesday after crews cleaned up fuel leaking from a semi near Kennedy Avenue, police said.
In a battle between Times No. 2 Lake Central and No. 3 Crown Point, three golfers tied for medalist honors while shooting 1-under-par scores at Youche Country Club on Wednesday to give the Indians a 168-186 win.
HAMMOND | A man pleaded guilty on his second day of trial Tuesday to federal charges alleging he attempted to buy 10 kilograms of cocaine from an undercover officer at a Gary truck stop.
Crown Point's Michael Tanchevski is mobbed by teammates after scoring on the final penalty kick to beat Portage and maintain the Bulldogs' 24-game winning streak Wednesday.
Michael Tanchevski throws his hands up in celebration after scoring the game-winner in Wednesday's penalty kick shootout against Portage. The Bulldogs maintained their 24-game winning streak.
PORTAGE | It took penalty kicks Wednesday night, but Crown Point’s boys soccer team kept its win streak in tact.
CHESTERTON | Drawing up the perfect goal always looks good on paper.
Portage's Justin McGhee gets in front of Crown Point's Scott Garcia on Wednedsay night.
Crown Point's Scott Garcia wins the ball in the air over Portage's Joe Huber late in the first half Wednesday night.
Crown Point keeper Connor Keaveney blocks a shot against Portage on Wednesday.
Crown Point's Filip Vucovski misses the the ball while Portage's Aaron Schaefer gets ready to take possesion Wednesday.
Crown Point keeper Connor Keaveney blocks a shot by Portage on Wednesday night.
Crown Point's Boze Spaseski clears the ball away from Portage's Matt Ford on Wednesday night.
Crown Point's Fernando Barajas collides with Portage's Josh Gonzalez during the first half Wednesday.
Portage's Pete Mamounas beats Crown Point's Garret Small to the possession Wednesday night.
Portage's Josh Gonzalez rises above Crown point's Scott Garcia to pass the ball to teammate Zach Welfer
Portage's Josh Gonzalez rises above Crown point's Scott Garcia to pass the ball to teammate Zach Welfer late in the first half Wednesday night.
Crown Point's Erik Eksten defends Portage's Jusitn McGhee on Wednesday.
Crown Point's Garret Shoemaker tries to gain possesion of the ball as Portage's Koste Kocoski chases
Crown Point's Garret Shoemaker tries to gain possesion of the ball as Portage's Koste Kocoski chases the play.
Portage's Aaron Schaefer tries to defend against Crown Point's Goran Trimoski so teammate Josh Gonzalez can get possession.
Crown Point's Connor Keaveney dives for the save, but Portage's Josh Gonzalez scores to give the Indians an early 1-0 lead Wednesday.
Portage's Josh Gonzalez is mobbed by teammates after scoring a first-half goal against Crown Point.
Portage's Justin McGhee wins the ball in the air against Crown Point on Wednesday night.
Josh Lowery, of Evansville, and Morgan Whitmer, of Gereseo, Ill., relax on the beach recently at Indiana Dunes State Park.
DOLTON | A fiery crash on the Bishop Ford Freeway late Tuesday left one man with head injuries and another facing drunken driving charges.
GARY | A 20-year-old man was taken to an emergency room after he was struck in the face and robbed by two men with guns, Gary police said.
ST. JOHN | Police are investigating a domestic dispute that reportedly left a man hospitalized with severe wounds Wednesday morning at a home in St. John.
Whether she's running, swimming or biking, Marina Ahner prefers to go the extra distance.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence tours a new home in the Jackson Street of Dreams project. Volunteers working on the house have left messages written on the wall studs in the home being built by The Fuller Center of Gary.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence visits Wednesday afternoon with Jackson Street resident Linda Dixon during a tour of the Jackson Street of Dreams project. "I've been praying on this street that a miracles happens," said Dixon.
Gov. Mike Pence and Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson talk Wednesday afternoon with volunteer Charles Bon, of Robinson, N.D., during a tour of one of the houses being renovated as part of the Jackson Street of Dreams project.
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