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Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade

Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade

Children representing the Calumet City Memorial Park District march up Wentworth Ave. during the Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade.

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Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade

Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade

Dyer residents Anthony Braviere and his six-year-old daughter Lily wait for candy at the Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade.

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Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade

Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade

Four-year-old Na'Ilah Buckner of Hazel Crest shows off her bubble gun to Miss Illinois Brittany Middlebrooks of South Holland at the Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade.

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Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade

Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade

VFW Buddy Poppy King and Queen Peter Pipik, 6, right, and Ella Moon, 8, chat before the Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade.

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Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade

Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade

Miss Illinois Brittany Middlebrooks of South Holland signs autographs at the Calumet City annual Labor Day Parade.

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Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Participants get a factory tour during the Labor Day event at the old Pullman factory in Chicago.

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Paarlberg Heritage Fest

Paarlberg Heritage Fest

Elmer Hickey of Joliet carves a bear from wood with a chainsaw at the Paarlberg Heritage Fest sponsored by the South Holland Historical Society.

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Paarlberg Heritage Fest

Paarlberg Heritage Fest

Chicagoans Diane Ostarello and Linda Feutz examine chandeliers and other antiques at the Paarlberg Heritage Fest sponsored by the South Holland Historical Society.

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Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

A group portraying The Pullman Military Band performs at the Labor Day event at the old Pullman factory in Chicago.

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Paarlberg Heritage Fest

Paarlberg Heritage Fest

Elmer Hickey of Joliet carves a bear from wood with a chainsaw at the Paarlberg Heritage Fest sponsored by the South Holland Historical Society.

18 hours ago
Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

A group representing the Pullman Military Band performs at the Labor Day event at the old Pullman factory in Chicago.

18 hours ago
Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Participants leave the factory for a neighborhood tour during the Labor Day event at the old Pullman factory in Chicago.

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Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Audience members listen to an account of the Pullman strike at the Labor Day event at the old Pullman factory in Chicago.

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Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Larry Spivack gives a tour of the old Pullman factory and the surrounding neighborhood during the Labor Day event at the factory in Chicago.

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Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Robert Landon Nickson, 3, looks at old Pullman factory photos at the Labor Day event at the factory in Chicago.

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Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Cherish Smith, 5, gets a history lesson from Kimberly Goldbaum at the Labor Day event at the old Pullman factory in Chicago. Both are from Chicago.

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Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

Pullman re-enactment shows Labor Day holiday origins

A group representing the Pullman Military Band performs at the Labor Day event at the old factory in Chicago.

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Anne Balay interviewed gay, lesbian steelworkers for her book 'Steel Closets'

Anne Balay interviewed gay, lesbian steelworkers for her book 'Steel Closets'

"Steel Closets" author Anne Balay interviewed 40 gay steelworkers for her book, which was recently published by the University of North Carolina Press. Balay got the United Steelworkers to pass a civil rights resolution that includes protections for gay union members.

August 31, 2014 4:35 pm
Author could not find books on gay steelmakers, so she wrote one

Author could not find books on gay steelmakers, so she wrote one

Anne Balay, a local author and former Indiana University Northwest English professor, interviewed gay and lesbian steelworkers for her book "Steel Closets." Balay got the United Steelworkers to pass a civil rights resolution that includes protections for gay union members.

August 31, 2014 4:31 pm
Chesterton at Munster football game

Chesterton at Munster football game

Chesterton's Rhett Rondinelli is chased by Munster's Randy Nava and Matt Childs as the Trojans battle the Mustangs Friday night in Munster

August 29, 2014 8:33 pm
Chesterton at Munster football game

Chesterton at Munster football game

Munster's Dominic Lucito gets stopped by Chesterton as Munster and Chesterton battle in Week 2 football action Friday night in Munster.

August 29, 2014 8:33 pm
Chesterton at Munster football game

Chesterton at Munster football game

Munster quarterback Adam Ostoich sneaks in for a touchdown against the Chesterton defense as the Mustangs and Trojans match up Friday night in Munster.

August 29, 2014 8:32 pm
Chesterton at Munster football game

Chesterton at Munster football game

Munster's Jeff Proctor gets tripped up by Chesterton's Dontae Rodriguez as Munster and Chesterton battle in football action Friday night in Munster.

August 29, 2014 8:32 pm
Chesterton at Munster football game

Chesterton at Munster football game

Chesterton's Valshawn Stewart pulls down Munster's Zack Pickett as Munster and Chesterton battle in football action Friday night in Munster.

August 29, 2014 8:32 pm
Chesterton at Munster football game

Chesterton at Munster football game

Chesterton's Garritt Slatcoff is chased by Munster's Tim Krajci as Munster and Chesterton battle in football action Friday night in Munster.

August 29, 2014 8:31 pm
Chesterton at Munster football game

Chesterton at Munster football game

Chesterton kick returner Matt Estill fumbles as Munster and Chesterton battle in football action Friday night in Munster.

August 29, 2014 8:32 pm
Merrillville girls soccer player Reannah Soto

Merrillville girls soccer player Reannah Soto

Merrillville girls soccer player Reannah Soto directs her team from the middle, her coach, Ben Daniel, said.

August 29, 2014 5:11 pm
Merrillville girls soccer player Meagan Wise

Merrillville girls soccer player Meagan Wise

Merrillville girls soccer player Meagan Wise was named team captain as a freshman.

August 29, 2014 5:10 pm
Merrillville girls soccer players Meagan Wise and Reannah Soto

Merrillville girls soccer players Meagan Wise and Reannah Soto

Merrillville girls soccer players Meagan Wise and Reannah Soto are a pair of freshman who are impressing Pirates fans and teammates.

August 29, 2014 5:10 pm
NWI Preps app brings action and stories to your fingertips

NWI Preps app brings action and stories to your fingertips

Kouts' Jake Bekelya, left, celebrates after scoring the winning run against Morgan Township at the IHSSA Class A Westville Baseball Sectional. His best friend Max Everaert, shown running out to greet him, is scheduled to undergo surgery today at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago afte…

August 29, 2014 12:00 am
Planting seeds of future for autistic trainees

Planting seeds of future for autistic trainees

Campagna Academy and Planting Possibilities have partnered to bring an educational program, greenhouse and garden to Campagna Academy's campus. Instructor Jim Hitz talks about the variety of tomatoes and other produce with Char Hanrahan.

August 28, 2014 5:43 pm
Planting seeds of future for autistic trainees

Planting seeds of future for autistic trainees

Mary Anne Neiner, Planting Possibilities president and founder, cuts the ribbon at the groundbreaking ceremony for a horticulture program at Campagna Academy.

August 28, 2014 5:43 pm
Planting seeds of future for autistic trainees

Planting seeds of future for autistic trainees

Campagna Academy and Planting Possibilities have partnered to bring an educational program, greenhouse and garden to Campagna Academy's campus. They grow a variety of tomatoes and other produce on campus.

August 28, 2014 5:43 pm
Planting seeds of future for autistic trainees

Planting seeds of future for autistic trainees

Campagna Academy and Planting Possibilities have partnered to bring an educational program, greenhouse and garden to Campagna Academy's campus. They grow cayenne peppers and other produce on campus.

August 28, 2014 5:44 pm
Planting seeds of future for autistic trainees

Planting seeds of future for autistic trainees

Campagna Academy and Planting Possibilities have partnered to bring an educational program, greenhouse and garden to Campagna Academy's campus. Among the variety of tomatoes they grow are wild Galapagos tomatoes as well as other types of produce.

August 28, 2014 5:44 pm
Planting seeds of future for autistic trainees

Planting seeds of future for autistic trainees

Campagna Academy and Planting Possibilities have partnered to bring an educational program, greenhouse and garden to Campagna Academy's campus. Planting Possibilities president and founder Mary Anne Neiner, left, looks on as Campagna CEO Elena Dwyre addresses the crowd at the groundbreaking.

August 28, 2014 5:43 pm
Planting seeds of future for autistic trainees

Planting seeds of future for autistic trainees

Campagna Academy and Planting Possibilities have partnered to bring an educational program, greenhouse and garden to Campagna Academy's campus. Debbie Stenger, left, Peggy Laird and Pat Thompson listen as Planting Possibilities steering committee and board member Marge Dytrych talks about th…

August 28, 2014 5:42 pm
Campagna Academy and Planting Possibilities have partnered to bring an educational program, greenhouse and garden to Campagna Academy's campus.

Campagna Academy and Planting Possibilities have partnered to bring an educational program, greenhouse and garden to Campagna Academy's campus.

Campagna Academy and Planting Possibilities have partnered to bring an educational program, greenhouse and garden to Campagna Academy's campus. Volunteer Eric Neiner slices tome of the tomatoes that are grown on campus.

August 28, 2014 5:42 pm
4. Morton (5) 1-0

4. Morton (5) 1-0

Take the under in this one Friday night at Lowell. Both talented squads have split the last four. The visiting Govs beat Griffith, 50-15, while Lowell was outscored 18-0 in the fourth quarter in its 24-10 loss to C.P. If cramps were points Devils would've won.

August 28, 2014 3:30 pm
Director who oversaw move to new library to retire after 14 years as director

Director who oversaw move to new library to retire after 14 years as director

Crown Point Community Library Director Lynn Frank is retiring after 14 years. She plans frequent visits to the library, but as a patron.

August 27, 2014 12:00 am
Valparaiso's Central Park farmer's market

Valparaiso's Central Park farmer's market

Residents shop for fresh produce at Valparaiso's Central Park farmer's market.

August 26, 2014 11:56 am
Valparaiso's Central Park farmer's market

Valparaiso's Central Park farmer's market

Gracelyn Kemper and Liam Fisher, both 2, of Valparaiso, help select produce at Valparaiso's Central Park farmer's market.

August 26, 2014 11:53 am
Valparaiso's Central Park farmer's market

Valparaiso's Central Park farmer's market

Valparaiso resident Stephanie Vosler is assisted by Fran Haviza, of Kouts, at Valparaiso's Central Park farmer's market.

August 26, 2014 11:54 am
Valparaiso's Central Park farmer's market

Valparaiso's Central Park farmer's market

Gracelyn Kemper and Liam Fisher, both 2, of Valparaiso, help select veggies Tuesday at Valparaiso's Central Park farmer's market.

August 26, 2014 11:54 am
Lightning sparks at least one fire; rains bring relief from heat

Lightning sparks at least one fire; rains bring relief from heat

A roll cloud passes over U.S. 30 in Merrillville on Monday after a first round of storms moved through the area.

August 25, 2014 6:36 pm
Port De L'eau fire victims assisted

Port De L'eau fire victims assisted

Augie Smith, 9, of Highland, prefers his spaghetti sauceless at a spaghetti dinner sponsored by the St. Vincent De Paul Society of St. James the Less Church in Highland

August 25, 2014 12:00 am
Port De L'eau fire victims assisted

Port De L'eau fire victims assisted

Mary Lamott, Deb Uhll and Joe Klobucar serve pasta at a spaghetti dinner Friday sponsored by the St. Vincent De Paul Society of St. James the Less Church. It was held as a fundraiser for the victims of the fire at Port De L'eau apartment complex in Highland.

August 24, 2014 8:02 pm
DeGiulio steps down after 30 years of public service

DeGiulio steps down after 30 years of public service

Tom DeGiulio is content in the fact he left Munster better than he found it. "I can safely say I didn't screw this place up."

August 24, 2014 12:15 pm
DeGiulio steps down after 30 years of public service

DeGiulio steps down after 30 years of public service

Tom DeGiulio has been the closest thing Munster has had for a mayor for the past 30 years.

August 24, 2014 12:00 am
'The people of God dropped the ball'

'The people of God dropped the ball'

The Rev. Michael Pfleger, pastor of St. Sabina Church, activist and civil rights leader, gives a rousing speech at the annual Martin Luther King-Cesar Chavez awards and benefit brunch.

August 23, 2014 6:30 pm
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