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Marian Catholic's Dajhae Mullins is averaging 6.2 points and 4.8 rebounds per game. Mullins missed most of last season with a micro fracture and torn meniscus in his left knee.
Marian Catholic's Teniya Page is averaging 14.4 points and 3.9 rebounds per game. She is a three-year starter at point guard.
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Ashton Millender gets a hug from her father Coby after last year's Class 4A Mother McAuely sectional final. She hit a game-winning, buzzer-beating 3-pointer to give the Spartans the win over Marist.
This winter’s unusually disruptive weather forced people to not only stay close to home but also indoors – impeding progress on building sites that weren’t already under roof and delaying homebuyers from looking at homes or making offers.
Former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley speaks on Sept. 25, 2013 at the One Region annual luncheon in Merrillville. Daley was taken to the ICU at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, officials said Saturday.
Former East Chicago Police K-9 Officer Darrell Shaffer and bomb dog Eddy search for explosives in 2011 during training at the old Oak Hill Elementary School in Lowell. Eddy, 11, is scheduled to be euthanized today.
South Central's Riley Popplewell scores over Westville's Stephanie Popp during Tuesday's PCC tourney
South Central's Riley Popplewell, left, and the Satellites face a tall task with Class A No. 1 Oregon-Davis in their sectional field.
Bowman Academy's Darrion Riddle has a career-high of 12 points in a single game. On a team of superstars, he is easily overlooked. But his coach, Marvin Rea, calls Riddle "The Glue" of the program. His defense and floor leadership from the point guard position has the Eagles flying high into…
LaPorte's Josh Fleming, right, defends Lake Central's Tye Wilburn during the teams' regular-season meeting, won by the Indians. Fleming ranks first in steals, third in assists and sixth in points all-time at LaPorte.
Bowman Academy junior Davon Dillard was part of a fight that took place during a practice on Nov. 21. He hit teammate Anthony Cole during the dispute, according to a police report.
Workers check and adjust cars for final fit at the Ford assembly plant in Chicago.
Valparaiso's Alec Peters tries to drive on Illinois-Chicago's Ahman Fells earlier this season. Teams have keyed on the freshman, putting him into a scoring slump.
Whiting senior Bri Blackwell scored 75 points in three games at the Hanover Central Shootout. She is now 31 points from breaking the 1,000-point mark for her career.
21st Century's Dantrell Hurt arrived in Gary from Memphis as an eighth-grader. He did not play basketball his freshman and sophomore years at West Side. This year he is leading the Cougars in scoring at 19.8 point a game.
Linda Woloshansky, President and CEO of the Center of Workforce Innovations, addresses the Workforce Summit 2013 in Hobart.
Dr. Vince Bertram speaks to local secondary school educators and leaders at the College and Career Acceleration Summer Institute at Hobart High School presented by READY NWI, the Center of Workforce Innovations and the College Acceleration Network.
NIPSCO employee Eddie Melton conducts a training session in May 2011. NIPSCO has launched a partnership with a few nonprofit groups to train its employees to serve as mentors to high school students. File photo.
Russ Taylor, center, executive director of the Foundations of East Chicago, talks about the partnership between UPS and the Holistic Community Coalition. UPS representative Gregg Glotzbach, left, presented $10,000 earlier this summer to Pastor Darnell Johnson, right, from the Holistic Commun…
Volunteers pass out food at the Hope for the Holidays food giveaway last year sponsored by the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana.
Merrillville's Riana Todd shoots in a game this season against LaPorte. The senior forward is a few percentage points away from passing the school record for the best field-goal percentage.
LaPorte's Jaclyn Heath averaged 13.1 points, 7.4 assists, 4.1 rebounds and 2.8 steals this season.
Chesterton's Caroline Puntillo, right, is seventh in the school record books in scoring, and will end her basketball career with the Trojans, opting not to play sports in college.
The new owner of the shuttered State Line Energy plant in Hammond says he is not planning an industrial use for the lakefront site and is instead picturing boats, homes and bike paths.
Lake County Surveyor George Van Til takes a call from Lake Station Mayor Keith Soderquist as he watches the election returns come in during the 2012 general election. Van Til agreed to plead guilty Monday to federal charges of using his office's employees and resourced for political purposes.
After playing sparingly his first three years on Broadway, Andrean's Donovan Chandler has stepped up big time as a senior. Heading into today's Class 3A state championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium against Indianapolis Brebeuf, Chandler 41 receptions for 858 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Andrean quarterback Matt DeSomer has brought a lot of memories of 2004 state champion QB Tommy Finn. He wears the same number and will lead the 59ers to Friday's state championship game against Indianapolis Brebeuf. Finn led Andrean to a win over Heritage Hills in the '04 3A final.
Traffic is shown on the Borman Expressway in Gary. Northwest Indiana is second only to the Indianapolis area for the amount of INDOT money spent on road projects since 2006 – $450 million.
Tyler WidemanSchool Lake CentralGrade:Sr.Height:6-7Stats: 15.1 ppg., 8.5 rpg., 2.1 bspg., 2.1 apg.Position: F/CNickname: Big CatColleges recruiting me: Committed to ButlerMy favorite basketball player, why: Kevin Durant, he's so smoothMy favorite pro/college team: Butler/OKCMy dream job: NBA…
Drew HackettSchool: MunsterGrade: Sr.Height: 6-2Stats: 12.5 ppg., 3.5 rpg., 2 apg., 2 spg.Position: GNickname: LennyColleges recruiting me: Committed to UICMy favorite basketball player, why: Stephen Curry because I like his style of playMy favorite pro/college team: Golden State Warriors/Du…
Larry CrislerSchool Bishop NollGrade:12Height:6'3Stats: 19.1 ppg., 8.7 rpg., 3.1 spg.Position:GNickname: Lar BearColleges recruiting me: Committed to Indiana for baseballMy favorite basketball player, why: Dirk Nowitzki: He did not have to join forces with another superstar to win a champion…
Arnold WilsonSchool: West SideGrade: Sr.Height: 6-2Stats: 18 ppg., 10 rpg.Position: GNickname: ManColleges recruiting me: IPFW, Wright StateMy favorite basketball player, why: LeBron James because he's an animalMy favorite pro/college team: SyracuseMy dream job: NBAMy No. 1 goal this season:…
Workers change the sign back to Southlake Mall outside the Hobart retail center. Private investment firm Starwood Capital Group closed in November on a $1.64 billion deal to buy a majority interest in seven Westfield malls, including the nearly 1.4 million-square-foot, two-story super-region…
A $17 million RDA matching grant for the Waterfront Revitalization Initiative in East Chicago will help fund the first phase of the work, which includes improvements at Jeorse Park Beach and the East Chicago Marina, shown here, as well as street and overpass work and demolition of vacant properties.
Bowman Academy coach Marvin Rea cheers his team on to victory in the 2010 IHSAA Class A State Championship.
E.C. Central's Daniel Flores kicks the game-winning extra point against New Prairie last Friday night in the Class 4A regional. The native of Mexico City helped his Cardinals advance to the Northern Semistate against Fort Wayne Dwenger today.
Munster's Nick Powell plays tight end but has the biggest impact at outside linebacker, where he is tied for second in total tackles among team leaders.
Andrean's Trevor Berg eludes Calumet defenders in a Class 3A sectional game. Beg has 20 touchdowns for the 59ers as they head into the regional against Jimtown.
Andrean's Matt DeSomer passes against Calumet in postseason. The 59ers will play their final game this season in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
Name: Trina ColemanSchool: Morgan TownshipGrade: SeniorPosition: PGNickname: TreeColleges recruiting me: The University of Saint FrancisMy favorite basketball player, why: Kobe Bryant, he's incredibly athletic and dominates whoever he's up against.My favorite pro team: L.A. LakersMy No. 1 go…
Victoria GainesSchool: MerrillvilleGrade: JuniorPosition: G/FNickname: CoCoColleges recruiting me/where I've committed: committed to Michigan StateMy favorite basketball player, why: Ella Delle DonneMy favorite pro/college team: Women’s Michigan StateMy dream job: Athletic trainer/physical t…
Citlali LopezSchool: WhitingGrade: SeniorPosition: GNickname: CiCiColleges recruiting me/where I've committed: not yetMy favorite basketball player, why: Skylar Diggins, she works hard to be the best and that she plays phenomenal basketball, she works even harder, she's competitive and shows…
Brianna BlackwellSchool: WhitingGrade: SeniorPosition: PGNickname: Bri, Brizzzle, Breezy WeezyColleges recruiting me/where I've committed: Committed to IUSBMy favorite basketball player, why: Derrick Rose, because he is so humble and such a good leaderMy favorite pro/college team: BullsMy dr…
Munster's Zack Pickett runs against Morton during the regular season. With last Friday's bye in Class 5A Sectional 9, Pickett was able to see his father's Griffith team win its sectional opener. Jim Pickett only sees his son play one game a year, when Munster plays his Panthers.
Bowman Academy's James Taylor is in his third season as the Eagles' running back. He had a big game in Bowman's win over River Forest in the Class 2A sectional opener on Friday.
West Side's Lonnie Johnson runs against Lowell, where the Cougars upset the Red Devils. Johnson initially committed to play at Ohio State, but withdrew. On Wednesday he sent his National Letter of Intent to play football at Western Michigan.
Illinois-Chicago's Hayden Humes, a Valparaiso High School grad, left, is playing his final collegiate season.
T.F. South's Maggie Sloan makes a shot on the first hole at the Class AA Homewood-Flossmoor Sectional on Monday. Sloan is making her second straight trip to the state finals.
Munster coach Leroy Marsh started coaching in Indiana in 1973, the first year of the state tournament, which had 12 total teams in three classes. Marsh is excited as the 41st tournament's pairings were announced, with a sixth class being added and his Mustangs now in the more competitive Class 5A.
David M. Limardi leads a Shared Ethics Advisory Commission supervisor training session in April at Centennial Park in Munster. "Create models and implement them to reform and improve local government" tied for seventh place on the One Region list of priorities, with 3 percent of participants…
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