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Porter Health Care System CEO Jonathan Nalli
Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore Superintendent Constantine "Costa" Dillon stands behind the park headquarters in 2010. Dillon on Tuesday announced plans to retire in August.
Valparaiso golfer Kyle Meihofer has committed to Illinois State.
Ivy Tech Community College students work in an anatomy and physiology class at the college's Valparaiso campus.
Portage Food Bank volunteer Charlie White pulls a cart of donated food inside a room at the pantry last October. Portage volunteers are a vital part of the city's character.
Griffith resident Blake Loudenber, pictured here in March 2012 when he was 8, continues to recover from surgery that gave him a new kidney.
Bowman Academy's Justin King tries to grab a defensive rebound against Park Tudor in last year's Class 2A state championship game. The last two seasons the Eagles have ended their run with bad losses. Coach Marvin Rea said now is the time to finish.
Valparaiso resident Bob Cunningham and his son Tyler play in the splash pad at Central Park Plaza in Valparaiso last May .
V-Line bus driver Dorian Quinn departs from a transfer at the Heart Center parking lot at Glendale Boulevard and Roosevelt Road in Valparaiso last May.
Jack Powers, left, Jeremy Powers, center, and Ben Powers, all from South Carolina, walk on the Indiana Dunes State Park beach while a cargo ship sails over Lake Michigan behind them last spring.
The new Porter Regional Hospital officially opened Aug. 25.
Ride operator Dewayne Williams sings "Go Dinosaur, Go Dinosaur" to children on his ride last summer at the annual Nativity Church Festival in Portage.
Jennifer Gonzalez, of Valparaiso, laughs with Margaret Pellegrini, one of the last living munchkins from the film "The Wizard of Oz," during an autograph session last September at the start of the Oz Fest in Chesterton.
Portage Mayor James Snyder, at left, along with St. Mary Medical Center CEO Janice Ryba, front right, and kids from the Portage YMCA cut a ribbon dedicating the American Heart Association walking path near the Portage YMCA.
Various officials pose for a photo during a ceremony last fall breaking ground on the new $1.6 million Construction Safety Institute building at the Construction Advancement Foundation in Portage.
Lorenzo Rivera, 9, of Portage, washes-off after a day at the Portage Lakefront and Riverwalk within the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore last summer.
A car is stopped along Smoke Road in Valparaiso while a large tree sits over the road and power lines just south of Division Road after a strong midsummer storm moved through the area.
A strong storm moves over Valparaiso last summer.
Valparaiso Parks Department worker Andy Blastick disassembles a light on the Lions Pavilion in Kirkoff Park prior to the pavilion being torn down last September.
Valparaiso resident Ed Byrne takes photographs of daffodils at Ogden Gardens in Valparaiso last spring.
Window washer Nathan Welch wipes a Blackbird Cafe window during a foggy winter afternoon in Valparaiso.
Dillon Rountree lies on the snow after falling off a sled at Park Place Apartments in Portage.
Kindergarten student Martina Healy pulls a bonnie green bell pepper off its vine while harvesting vegetables last September from the South Haven Elementary American Heart Association Teaching Garden.
Mignon Kennedy, executive director of Gabriel's Horn Women's Shelter in South Haven, gives a tour of the facility last October.
The National Parks Conservation Association and the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore work with college student and faculty volunteers in June 2011 to plant native species at Cowles Bog in Dune Acres.
Longshoremen unload pieces of the world's most powerful crawler crane from a ship last July at the Port of Indiana in Portage. Shipping and industry are a key part of life in Portage.
The Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore Portage Lakefront and Riverwalk, shown during calm waters last September, is a popular spot during high winds, when waves are spectacular.
Tyler Adams, 6, of Hebron, plays at Valparaiso's Central Park Plaza splash pad while temperatures soar in the mid-90s last June.
Valparaiso's new interchange at Ind. 49 and County 400 North/Vale Park Road overpass officially opened Nov. 21. At night, Valparaiso's name is lighted on the bridge.
Kindergartener Mike Wheeler receives a gingerbread cookie from Cindy Bellovary, a Simatovich Elementary School media aide. Bellovary read Wheeler and his classmates the "Gingerbread Girl" in the school library.
The control tower at Gary/Chicago International Airport, seen in this March 2012 photo, is set to close Friday, falling victim to federal sequester budget cuts, Airport Interim Director Steve Landry told the authority board Monday.
A semi exits the Indiana Toll Road onto the Borman Expressway in Lake Station.
The area around Cabela's in Hammond is picking up interest among developers, city officials say.
Mason Maravilla, 3, of Crown Point, drops a book in the return slot inside the newly opened Crown Point Library last fall.
Bowman Academy's Justin King tries to grab a defensive rebound against Park Tudor in last year's Class 2A state championship game. On Sunday the IHSAA state tournament draw came out and the Eagles open against River Forest in the Wheeler Sectional.
Shipping is a vital part of Northwest Indiana's economy, as this September photo of the Indiana Harbor Ship Canal shows.
Jerry Stein, 75, is the lead instructor for the spinning class at the Fransican Omni Health and Fitness Center in Chesterton. Northwest Indiana residents need to switch to healthier lifestyles, data show.
Officials gather inside a boiler building at ArcelorMittal during a tour of its new $63.2 million Energy Recovery & Reuse: 504 Boiler Project. The project uses heat from a blast furnace to heat water into steam and make electricity via a turbine.
The No. 14 blast furnace at U.S. Steel Gary Works in Gary illustrates the region's industrial might.
A portion of the BP expansion project at Whiting Refinery is shown in this September aerial photo. The BP project is the largest in Indiana history.
Valparaiso resident Jeff Gatz walks his dog Zoe along the Indiana Dunes State Park beach under brilliant white clouds last September. The Indiana Dunes area is a top tourist draw.
A lifeguard at Deep River Waterpark watches over swimmers in the wave pool last August.
Police enter a real estate building last May in Valparaiso after a gunman fired shots inside.
Orville Redenbacher's daugher Gail Tuminello sits next to a bronze statue of her father unveiled at Central Park Plaza in Valparaiso Sept. 4, 2012. The statue now has its own Twitter account.
Sheila Silhavy talks in May about living in this home which her son, Eric Cooper, recently purchased for $38,000 less than she sold it for in 2007. Low interest rates have made this a buyer's market.
Mike Rippey, president and CEO of ArcelorMittal USA, gives a presentation on trends in the economy affecting the steel industry during a Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce luncheon at Ameristar Casino in East Chicago in November.
Dennis Rittenmeyer, executive director of One Region, speaks during the organization's annual meeting in September.
MacArthur Elementary School students line up for a group photo outside the school in Cedar Lake last summer. The school was awarded the National Blue Ribbon Award by the U.S. Department of Education.
Portage girls basketball coach Chris Seibert yells to his team during a game earlier this season. Seibert has lost 120 pounds since August, forcing him to buy new suits because his old suits couldn't be taken in any more.
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