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Artie Rogers talks with T.F. North quarterback Aaron Dunigan during a game against Tinley Park. Rogers stepped down Monday after four years as the Meteors head coach after five seasons.
The former Natural Ovens Bakery property, originally opened in 2003, may go up for a tax sale if delinquent payments are not paid by the end of October.
Valparaiso's Harley Dubsky
T.F. South's Torian Lewis, center, returns a punt against Bremen on Friday. He gets some blocking from teammates Lester Wilson, left, and Zachery Garcia.
T.F. South fullback Jariel Brooks scores against Hillcrest last Friday. The Rebels play their fourth straight road game when they travel to Bremen on Friday.
Bloom Township's Justus Brantley escapes Rich East linebacker Kenneth Naylor last year. Brantley hopes to lead the Blazing Trojans to the playoffs again this year.
Illiana Christian junior Nick Fiene was 38th overall at last year's Class 2A state meet (15:19).
Another way to add interest to a yard is to use a decorative piece of art, which can be swapped out for different art pieces depending on the season and style of the yard.
Bloom Township running back Justus Brantley is expected to be one of the area's top running backs this season. Last year, he helped the Blazing Trojans make the playoffs for the first time since 1989.
E.C. Central's Anthony Hunt was one of three Cardinals to walk into the weight room when coach Stacy Adams took over the program. The standout running back was a big part of last year's historic 9-win season and E.C.'s first win over Griffith in school history.
East Chicago Central running back Martayveus Carter was one of three Cardinals who walked in the weight room the first time coach Stacy Adams took over the program. More have joined since and E.C. set a school record for wins last year at nine.
East Chicago Central running back Martayveus Carter warms up for a game against Griffith last season. On Wednesday, Carter verbally committed to play football at Northern Illinois University.
Illiana Christian's Tyler Sroczynski has eight homers and 22 RBIs this year despite missing three games for gum surgery.
Cars turn left onto 45th Street while southbound vehicles turn right onto Calumet Avenue off 45th Street from the west.
T.F. North's Zack Turner is a threat at the plate, on the field or on the mound.
T.F. North's Zack Turner sturck out 27 last year while also having 51 hits.
A coalition of 55 conservation groups on Tuesday filed a petition with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Transportation calling for an end to Enbridge Energy's Line 6B project until safety regulations are updated. The line run from Griffith, where the storag…
Gene Cahan was relieved of his duties as Crete-Monee's athletic director.
The Highland Chamber of Commerce presented the Jack O'Lantern 5K Jog/5K9 last October, starting on Condit Street.
The Indiana High School Athletic Association formed a partnership with Indiana Special Olympics in December. Special Olympics Westlake All-Star basketball team member Nick Novakovich runs out on Feb. 22 before Munster's game against South Bend Riley. The Westlake players received new jerseys…
Nick Novakovich receives a Special Olympics Westlake All-Star basketball jersey from Munster senior Michael Schlotman on Feb. 22 before the Mustangs played South Bend Riley. This event furthers the IHSAA's partnership with Indiana Special Olympics and the push to give more athletic opportuni…
Munster boys basketball player Steve Herndon presents a Mustangs' jersey to schoolmate Justin Rios, a member of the Special Olympics Westlake All-Star basketball team. The event took place before the Munster-South Bend Riley on Feb. 22.
Former Crete-Monee and Duke University basketball star Phil Henderson is seen here running the Crete-Monee boys hoops team in summer camp in 2011. Henderson died Sunday at his home in the Philippines at the age of 44.
Accucraft Imaging President Leon Dombrowski talks with artist Pat Hansen and art lover Joan Summit during the Art Tour last May in downtown Hammond's Merge Building.
Bria Gaines, middle, has averaged a double-double in almost every game the past two seasons. The Blazing Trojans open postseason play Tuesday at the Class 4A Lincoln-Way East Regional.
Bloom Township's Malcolm Hurt pursues Rich East quarterback Malcolm Miller as teammate Dominique Taylor goes in for the tackle. Hurt has been an anchor for the Blazing Trojans this season as they face Simeon tonight in a Class 8A first-round playoff game at Gately Stadium. Hurt is also a mem…
T.F. South's Joe Young breaks away against Bremen. The Rebels will host Thornton in a Class 7A first-round playoff game. The two met in the first round of the 2008 Class 7A playoffs, with Thornton winning 32-24. South is making its 13th playoff appearance in the last 15 years.
T.F. South running back Saleem Sanford has rushed for 736 yards and has a total of 17 touchdowns. He has also caught 19 passes for 383 yards and is also a good blocker. On defense, the free safety has 31 solo tackles, 13 assists and two interceptions. The Rebels (7-1) have won seven straight…
Illinois Lutheran center Justin Clayton, left, moves past Beecher's Matt Herlitz. The two schools meet Wednesday at the Class 1A Manteno Regional.
Crete Monee quarterback Marcus Terrell has thrown for 1,561 yards and 19 touchdowns this season as the Class 6A No. 1 Warriors are 6-0. They have not lost a regular-season game since 2010 and have won 18 straight regular-season contests.
T.F. South has won four straight games with its only loss to Class 6A No. 1 Crete-Monee. Tonight, the Rebels face Class 6A No. 2 Lemont in Lemont in a key South Suburban Blue matchup.
T.F. South running back Saleem Sanford eludes Crete Monee defenders during the season opener. Sanford has been a plus on both sides of the ball. The Rebels will need to be on their game tonight as they face undefeated Lemont in a South Suburban Blue contest.
T.F. South running back Joe Young has been one of several running backs who have made a contribution to the Rebels' 4-1 start and three-game winning streak.
The Days Inn, 17356 S. Torrence Ave., Lansing.
Associate Pastor David Jordan Allen works in his office in 2009 at the Family Christian Center in Munster. Allen died Monday morning after a battle with cancer.
Associated Pastor David Jordan Allen of the Family Christian Center in Munster works in his office in 2009. Allen died Monday morning after a battle with cancer.
Pastor David Jordan Allen of the Family Christian Center in Munster works in his office in 2009.
A Jim's Repair Service representative steers a lighted train in Lowell's Parade of Lights two years ago. The Parade of Lights returns this year, along with other holiday events.
Santa Claus waves to the crowd gathered for the Parade of Lights two years ago in downtown Lowell. The man from the North Pole will return this year.
Fifteen Barenie family members worked three days to create another Halloween display for the season at 917 E. Miller St. in Griffith. Town officials are hoping to make Griffith a walkable, "people-oriented" community.
St. Thomas More Elementary School eight-grader Bradley Sikora, under the bag, helps with the launch of 1,000 balloons at the Prayer Service in Celebration of Life held on the west grounds of St. Margaret Mercy Hospital in Dyer on Oct. 4.
Host Henry Feinberg holds the challah while Rabbi Michael Stevens, second from right, gives a blessing during a Rosh Hashanah dinner with Susan and Michael Zweig, on left, and hostess Debbie Feinberg.
Matt Blume, left, was the winner at last year's Popcorn Panic. Brent Alexander, right, placed second.
In a Vegas style show, Bob Drobac stars as Elvis Presley at the 2011 Bizarre Bazaar. This year's event will be held 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 15 at Hammond's Harrison Park.
Emergency rescue workers walk in Lake Michigan in search of missing Valparaiso University student Rayan Sami A. Bokhari in August.
Laughter Yoga Class instructor Tanaz Bamboat (center) checks posture as the attendees stretch out to begin the laughter class.
Tanaz Bamboat leads the laughter with clapping hands at a Laughter Yoga class.
Trees stumps dot the Lake County Fairgrounds property as a result of an early June storm that knocked down as many as 92 trees and littered the 78 acres with branches, leaves and debris. A massive cleanup ensued in order for the fair to open on time.
Purdue University Calumet Chancellor Howard Cohen speaks during a student convocation last fall. Cohen is retiring as chancellor after 10 years at the helm of the Hammond campus.
Crown Point runner Laicee Pierce, right, will run cross country for Indiana University in the fall.
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