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Gov. Patrick Quinn speaks Saturday at the Sandridge Community Center in Calumet City to announce the Calumet Memorial Park District will receive $2.1 million in PARC grant money to expand the community center. Behind Quinn is Thornton Township Supervisor Frank Zuccarelli.
Third-grader Abbey Rose Bermejo sung the national anthem at Annunicata Fest. The opening was followed by a Parishioner Talent Event.
By far the fan favorite was the fishing game. Abbey Rose Bermejo tries her best to win a fish while Cub Scouts Julian Castro and Cameron Spencer man the game.
Shown is Fall Kaleidoscope at Taltree by Kathy Los-Rathburn.
Scouts pose for a photo after the opening ceremony at Annunciata Fest on the East Side. In front are Matthew Vale, Nicolas Gomez, Aidan Rocha, Elijah Bermejo, Diego Hernandez, David-Daniel Garza, Benjamin Gaeta and Cameron Spencer. In back are Aiden August, Girl Scouts Alexandria Meyerhoff, …
Bettie Lewis, of GSU's Procurement Department, is this year's winner of the Dr. Gerald C. Baysore Endowed Distinguished Service Award. It is the highest honor GSU can bestow on an employee.
Cyclists are invited to ride in support of the Visiting Nurse Association of Porter County on Sept. 13.
Faculty Excellence Award winners from Governors State University are Deborah James, assistant professor of Media Studies; Stephen Wagner, associate professor of Management; and Dale Schuit, associate professor of Physical Therapy.
Mirror Image gets ready to perform during the 2013 Kids Power Fun Fest.
Rittenhouse Senior Living of Portage volunteers Justin Frederick, left, and CJ Richard help plant shrubs and flowers at the Porter County Aging and Community Services’ offices during the United Way Day of Caring.
(Back from left) Theresa Jansen, Kamri Nixon, Abby Gibbs, Sam Helmer, Kyle Knoerzer and David Gibbs (front from left) with Moises and Aaron on their recent mission trip to Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic.
The children of Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic.
Children of Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic.
The children of Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic get their face painted by Kamri Nixon and Theresa Jansen.
Ben Gibbs gets a pie in the face from a child in Jarabacoa during his recent mission trip to the Dominican Republic. The pie tossing was one of the kids' favorite games.
Abby Gibbs reads with a child in Jarabacoa during her recent mission trip to the Dominican Republic.
Simon Cole shares a very special moment during his recent mission trip to Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic.
Abby Gibbs gets a pie in the face as she is surrounded by children of Jarabacoa during her recent mission trip to the Dominican Republic.
Kamri Nixon and Kelly LaFlech have fun with children of Jarabacoa during their recent trip to the Dominican Republic.
The Times is celebrating our region's rich history. Check out our gallery on nwi.com and share historic photos with us today by emailing Celebrate@nwi.com. Racers from the 1944 Soap Box Derby in Valparaiso are pictured. Picture donated in 1995 by David Pilz.
Induction/mentor coordinator Michael Hurst of Dolton West Elementary District 148 speaks to new teachers during the two-day orientation program earlier this month.
Dolton West School District 148 welcomes its new teachers to the 2014-15 school year. The district hosted a new teacher orientation for incoming teachers on Aug. 11 and 12. The sessions were led by the district's induction/mentor coordinator Michael Hurst. Pictured front row from left, are: …
Iris Gustafson's grandson visits from Myrtle Beach and enjoys a day at the Valparaiso splash pad.
(Left to right) Ayden Westbury, Bernie Perea, Jaci Dumas, Elle Czyszczon, Sophia Rodriguez and Jacob Jen.
Barbara Hashimoto’s work “Doll with Ball” was among the pieces at the opening of two new exhibits during the First Friday Art Walk at the Lubeznik Center for the Arts in March 2014.
From left, Family Concern Counseling Executive Director David Bauer accepted the Community Fund grant check from Porter County Community Foundation Vice President of Development Bill Higbie.
The sun sets over a fair in Northwest Indiana
A young boy looks happily at a goldfish.
Isaac poses for a picture with his giant zucchini.
State Sen. Toi Hutchinson, D-Chicago Heights, center, is joined by Gov. Pat Quinn, left, at the signing of a bill she sponsored protecting the rights of pregnant women in the workplace.
Calumet City Mayor Michelle Markiewicz Qualkinbush takes the ice bucket challenge as Elvis tribute artist Dennis Stella looks on. Hilda Maldonado, of the city clerk's office, dumped the bucket on the mayor.
Donny and Marie Osmond will bring their hit show to the Paramount Theatre in Aurora.
Prairie State College assistant professor Natalie McGathey, left, and associate professor Christine Brooms, right, welcomed district high school students to the recent STEM@PSC Summer Science and Math Camp held at the college. Among the student participants were, from second from left, Tyron…
Joe Michalik releases four rescued ducks into Optimist Lake, located behind the Indiana Welcome Center, on Friday, Aug. 22.
Michalik shows Oliver Gladstone, son of Nicki Mackowski-Gladstone, South Shore CVA Vice President and Chief Communications Officer, one of the rescued ducks before it is released into Optimist Lake.
Joe Michalik, volunteer at the Indiana Welcome Centers, talks to a group of visitors about the ducks he and his son rescued.
Employees from Fifth Third Bank in Valparaiso present a $1,000 check to implement the Young Bankers Club at the Portage Unit. From left, Elise Fuson, customer service representative; Jean Mayer, customer service manager; Stephanie Valenzuela, financial center manager; Deb Williams, customer …
Push America’s Journey of Hope riders made a stop at Indiana Dunes State Park on July 18 for lunch and friendship visit with Chasing Dreams. The 26 cyclists and 9 crew members are part of Push America's Journey of Hope, an event that raises money for people with disabilities. The team consis…
Registration begins for Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County’s Fall Basketball and Soccer Leagues.
Bikes are parked on the lawn at the Porter Health Amphitheater during last year’s Valpo Night Ride mid-ride break. Food, tunes, and volunteers greeted almost 300 cyclists for a quick snack before completing the 15 mile leisure ride. Saturday is the 2014 ride with registration beginning at 9 …
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