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Former Hammond and T.F. North girls basketball coach Tim Zasada is expected to be named Reavis' girls basketball coach at tonight's District 200 school board meeting. In this 2012 photo, Zasada and his Meteors' upset then-Class 3A No. 1 Hillcrest.
People crowd into the Crown Point square for the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade.
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East Chicago's Keon Brown has been a big leader for the Cardinals football program over the last three seasons. When coach Stacy Adams put out a blueprint on how to win and a deep belief in winning, Brown and many of the 23 seniors have led the charge.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at the Northwest Indiana Cyber Security Summit in 2011 at the federal courthouse in Hammond. On Monday, Holder said the the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was an unnecessary shooting.
Volunteer Sandy Rodriguez starts planting tomato plants at Stewart House Urban Garden in Gary last June.
Gary Mayor Rudy Clay during the press conference about the 12th Annual Gary South Shore Air Show. Mayor Clay said he was proud that in the last four years there has been more than 2 million visitors to the air show and no arrests.
FBI seized computers and other items from the office of Lake County Surveyor George Van Til last June.
Mark Reid, of the Band of Brothers Pipes and Drums, spins his drum during the fourth annual Crown Point St. Patrick's Day Parade.
A decorated old fashioned car drives past during the fourth annual Crown Point St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Students at Hebron Elementary sign posters last spring to thank sponsors of their Reading Club. It meets before school once a month.
Duane Stephens from East Wind Acupuncture gives a massage during the Speaking of Women's Health Conference in 2011.
Lake Station resident Jennifer Miller pulled out a dirty water filter during a February Lake Station City Council meeting about a proposed water hike.
The Fall Antique and Collectibles Show sponsored by the Crossroads Regional Chamber of Commerce will be held at the Lake County Fairgrounds on November 3 and 4.
Porter County Sheriff David Lain
Jelly Bean paints Aleksa Ledesma's arm at last year's Griffith's Rock 'N'Rail Street Festival which features local food vendors, a beer garden, music, crafts and activities for kids.
Performers play at last year's annual Rock 'N'Rail Street Festival.
Lake County Commissioner Gerry Scheub, D-Crown Point, supports E-911 consolidation, but is opposed to passing a local personal income tax to finance the $30 million cost of building call centers and buying communications equipment.
A mechanic works on a car at Heinold and Feller in Valparaiso. Northwest Indiana drivers face some of the highest fuel prices in the country, but according to a new report, they pay among the lowest for car repairs.
A mechanic works on a car at Heinold and Feller in Valparaiso. In 2011 Indiana ranked as the state with the lowest car repair costs. The average cost for car repairs in the state last year was $283.95, according to CarMD, which analyzed more than 160,000 repairs made on vehicles with “check …
Newly donated plants from Grow NWI were planted by volunteers at Stewart House Urban Garden in Gary.
Students at Kenwood Elementary School in Hammond on Tuesday plant their "Teaching Garden," which was made possible by a grant the school received from the American Heart Association.
Kalea Fincher, 6, and Jason Ford, 6, check out the corn plants they were about to plant tuesday in Kenwood Elementary School's "Teaching Garden," which was made possible by a grant the school received from the American Heart Association.
Anne Kutka plays tug-of-war with her dog Penny Lane during the Dyer's Cutest Dog Contest at Dyer Summerfest. The festival continues today with carnival rides from 1 to 9 p.m. at Pheasant Hills Park.
Charley, a chocolate Yorkie, the winner of Dyer's Cutest Dog Contest at Dyer Summerfest is owned by Joanna Gornick. The festival continues today with carnival rides from 1 to 9 p.m. at Pheasant Hills Park.
Sandy Becker, left, of Portage, looks at artwork with Charlotte Strowhorn, of Gary, at an art exhibit that featured the work of more than 70 alumni from the Indiana Universtiy Northwest Department of Fine Arts in Gary.
IUN alumna Beth Davis, left, speaks to Carol Davis about her piece at the art exhibit that featured the work of more than 70 alumni from the IUN Department of Fine Arts.
Jim Roseen, left, and Chuck Gleason plant tomato plants at Stewart House Urban Farm & Gardens in Gary.
Volunteer Sandy Rodriguez starts planting tomato plants Saturday at Stewart House Urban Farm & Gardens in Gary.
Volunteer Jim Roseen, of Munster, helps carry donated plants at Stewart House Urban Farm & Gardens in Gary.
Valparaiso University's physics and astronomy department hosted a public viewing of the transit of Venus from 5 p.m. to sunset Tuesday at the Astronomical Observatory. The type of transit will not be visible again until the year 2117.
Jack Buinicki, 7, of Valparaiso, views the transit of Venus at Valparaiso University's Astronomical Observatory.
FBI law enforcement officials seized computers from the Crown Point office of Lake County Surveyor George Van Til early Tuesday afternoon.
FBI officials converged on the Crown Point office of Lake County Surveyor George Van Til early Tuesday afternoon. They took documents, computers and other items from his office at the Lake County Government Complex.
One sign on the door of Lake County Surveyor George Van Til's office says the office will be closed for two hours; another sign says it is closed indefinitely. FBI officials seized computers and other items from Van Til's office at the Lake County Government Complex early Tuesday afternoon.
FBI officials seized computers and documents from Lake County Surveyor George Van Til's office early Tuesday afternoon at the county Government Complex in Crown Point.
FBI officials make their way down the escalators at the Lake County Government Complex in Crown Point after confiscating computers and files from county Surveyor George Van Til's office last year.
Swimmers soak up the warm weather Sunday at the Munster Community Pool.
One-year-old Maksim Samoukovic holds his father Alex's hand as he wades into the water Sunday at the Munster Community Pool. Municipal officials in the region say pool budgets often break even — though rarely turn a profit. Officials in Munster, however, hit on a winning strategy a decade ag…
Kim Kender, 4, eats a chocolate-covered strawberry Saturday at the Strawberry Madness Festival.
Buckets of strawberries stand ready for customers Saturday during the annual Strawberry Madness Festival at Johnson's Farm Produce in Hobart. Johnson's moved up the festival this year because warm spring weather led to an early harvest.
Natalie Wasko watches her son, Nathaniel, 11, eat cotton candy in Central Park Plaza for The Taste of Downtown in Valparaiso.
The Valpo Dining Group filled downtown with live music and food Saturday in Central Park Plaza for The Taste of Downtown.
Whiting's Alec Veloz throws to first base during the Class 2A Whiting Sectional championship game against Bishop Noll.
Whiting's Coty Sparks slides in to grab a infield hit during the Class 2A Whiting Sectional championship game against Bishop Noll.
Whiting catcher Joseph Bondi tags out Bishop Noll's Danny Oseguera at home during the Class 2A Whiting Sectional.
Whiting's Nicholas Filipek pitched during the Class 2A Whiting Sectional championship against Bishop Noll.
Whiting's Justin Jendreas swings during the Class 2A Whiting Sectional championship game against Bishop Noll Institute.
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