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Devonte Marsh, of Sauk Village
St. Mary's CyberCats experiment with their new design.
Thornton Township Supervisor Frank Zuccarelli with the Columbus Patriot Award he recently received from the Order Sons of Italy in America. It is the first time the organization has offered the award.
Jay Tudor takes advantage of the warm, fall weather to gather dried, Blue Lake green bean seed pods in his vegetable garden. Now is the time to save your seeds and bring to the seed cleaning events or to the seed exchange at the Gardening Show Jan. 24.
Several of Valparaiso's Thomas Jefferson Middle School 8th grade students, led by German teacher Kandel Baxter and Language Arts teacher Michelle Coberg, created an artistic mural themed Connecting Countries & Cultures for a national mural contest through People to People. Students put m…
Mary Acton will host two holiday Pysanky egg classes at the Chesterton Art Center, 115 S. 4th St. Classes will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 5 and 9 a.m. to noon Nov. 8. Each class will cost $40 for members of the Chesterton Art Center and $45 for non-members. Students will learn the art of …
Elizabeth Lawson, of Chesterton, held a craft sale outside Hiestand Law Office for Riley Children's Hospital and raised about $450 in sales and donations for the facility. Elizabeth, 6, read a book earlier this year that suggested holding a fundraiser to help other kids and she wanted to hel…
Photos of nine people arrested in an investigation of the Northwest Indiana heroin trade, along with three state arrests were displayed Monday during a news conference on the indictments.
U.S. Rep. Robin Kelly, D-Ill., donated 150 books to Marian Catholic High School through the Library of Congress Book Surplus Program.
CHS Students visit Museum of Art: Chesterton High School students view the gallery collection with Valparaiso University Brauer Museum of Art Curator Gregg Hertzleib.
Features writer Vanessa Renderman is the spider-shaped blur on the far right, zooming over onlookers on Fremont Street in Las Vegas. Her brother, Elliot Renderman, is pictured center, and a stranger is on the left.
Enjoying the links at this year's Marian Catholic Endowment Golf Classic in Olympia Fields are, from left, Harry Howisen '93, Harry Howisen Sr., Tom Tomazewski and Todd Tomazewski. All are from Chesterton.
Eric From, of ArtBeat Live, produces his works of art to music during the dinner after the Marian Catholic Golf Classic.
Union Benefica 2014 Queen Trinidad Resendez, of Knox bur currently in Muncie riding a rodeo circuit, and Tiny Queen Adeana Vargas, of Gary.
Alex Cordova, left, leads his cousin, Salvador, in a recent race for Purdue Calumet. Both have set records in the program this season.
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. Butchering at the Roy Rigg farm in Porter Township.
Chesterton's Bailly Elementary second graders, left to right, Madisyn Stimmel and Alaina McGrogan pet Leggies the cat as owner Ruthann Sanders and mother of second grader Madison Buckley explains their cat's good nature at Bailly's annual pet parade. Second grade students bring a pet to scho…
As part of National 4-H Week, 4-H adult leaders Annette Hansen, left, of Discovery Trackers in Duneland, and Sandi Russell, of Sunsetters in Valparaiso, created a display case at the Valparaiso Public Library for the month of October. They hope to raise awareness about all that 4-H has to of…
The Duneland Historical Society and the Westchester Township History Museum collaborated to conduct a cemetery tour at the Chesterton Cemetery. Braving the cold weather, volunteers like Ken Keller, left, told the stories of nine families and individuals to chilly attendees like Herb, right, …
The Concordia University Chicago Concert Choir, Kapelle, will perform Oct. 26 at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 1700 Monticello Park Drive, Valparaiso.
Recently, the Brummitt Elementary School staff and students celebrated the RRCA National Run @ Work Day by running/walking a total of 292 miles. The purpose of the day was to promote physical activity and healthy living in the community through running or walking. The event was organized by …
Trojan Guard receives awards: Holding the "Gold" Division Trophy and Caption Medals for Distinctive Achievement are Chesterton High School Trojan Guard members, left to right, senior flutist Laura Stepanovich, senior and drum major Seth Halpin, and senior flutist Arianna Hall.
Retired Dr. Richard Rucoba, doctor of optometry, left, is honored for his service to the south suburban Latino community by Thornton Township Supervisor Frank M. Zuccarelli.
Betty Cochrum, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, speaks to the Valparaiso branch of AAUW.
Hannah Howell is cooecting coats to help the needy. she is asking for donation.
Scouts from Pack 773 on the East Side learned bowling basics at Lan-Oak Lanes in Lansing. Pictured in front from left are Aiden Tirado, David-Daniel Garza, Gio Trejo, Anthony Macias, Ethan Faulker, Ryan Gatton and Matthew Faulker. In the second row are Arik Schichner, Cameron Spencer, Kalib …
Blackhawks' Andrew Shaw will be on hand to sign autographs at Baseball Card Exchange from 6:45 p.m.-8:15 p.m. on Thursday.
Brothers Frank Cage Jr., left and Miles Cage Sr. claim their $1 million prize at Hoosier Lottery headquarters in Indianapolis.
East Chicago Mayor Anthony Copeland is running for re-election in 2015.
At the NAHS Peanut Butter Giving Tree are (from left) Marie Schelfo, Nathan Addyman, Brianna Rhodes, and club sponsor CPHS teacher Lyndsey Harris.
St. Mary first-graders Olivia Robinson and Joshua Eliscupides collect for Lake County Animal Shelter.
Josh Carattini leads Mrs. Kabella's class as Cambrie Metzcus, Sophia Gallego, Selena Tran, Joshua Eliscupides, and Jayden Valdivia follow.
Karen Jones/Guidance and Michelle Rogowski/Social Worker who developed the Anti-Bullying program for the students.
Most of the staff members who dressed up as Superheroes.(Front row-left to right) Karen Jones, Melissa Cannon, Eileen Nikrin, Rose-Ann Wilson, Tim Washington, Lisa Sanchez, Shannon Hedrick, Nia Cassity, Jen Fedak, Becky Wright, Erica Hightower, and Danielle Hill. (Middle row-left to right) D…
Karen Lauper will attend the 2014 Midwest Association of Social Workers Conference in Louisville, Kentucky, where she will be officially awarded School Social Worker of the year for Indiana.
Thornton Township Supervisor Frank Zuccarelli, center left, and Stanley Brown, director of the Youth Summer Job Readiness Program, with some of the students who received certificates for community service.
Chesterton's Bailly Elementary School second graders, left to right, Alexia Franco, Camiyah Brown, Na'zyia Howard and Samantha Vanwagner dressed in black and white and held up cartons of milk in honor of World School Milk Day. Students also participated in the "How Does Milk Get You Moovin' …
Thornton Fractional South employees Kelly Hasse and Tim Stephan will run in Sunday's Chicago Marathon.
The Heritage Excellence Award winners for the month of September are, from left, Anya Carter, fifth grade, Cameron Gray, sixth grade, Folasade Olumide, seventh grade, and Sammyka De Los Angeles, eighth grade. Also pictured are Michelle Johnson, assistant principal, and Juan Gardner, principal.
Chesterton High School students in Allison Nix's Printmaking 1 class decided the new process they were learning in class was so much fun that their parents ought to get in on the act at Chesterton High School’s Open House hosted in September. When parents arrived for their 10-minute session …
Community Action Drug Coalition will host the 6th annual Manda's Race Oct. 25. Run or walk at 9 a.m. at the race. This is a family-oriented, costumes encouraged 5K run and noncompetitive walk, USAF certified. The event will be held at Westchester Intermediate School, 1050 S. Fifth St., Chest…
During Fegely’s Week, Wednesday was Twin Day in Portage. Three sets of “twins” took it a whole new level including the two eighth grade Social Studies teachers. Pictured are teachers Dawn Lee and Jessica Cohen.
The Nathan Hale Excellence Award winners for the month of September are pictured from left, Giovanni Terrazes, kindergarten; Autumn Trotter, first grade; JaVia Smith, second grade; Samantha Ramirez, third grade; and Fatima Garcia, fourth grade.
Melanie Dooley and Jean Coleman from The Tot Shop and Jeannette Blewett and Jennifer Barnes from BMO Harris Bank get ready to accept donations for the Pick & Treat for Tots drive that seeks to replenish supplies for The Tot Shop, through Oct. 31.
Thornton Fractional North senior Warren Key participated in a a leadership program this summer foro young black men at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Mt. Carmel High School president the Rev. Tony Mazurkiewicz, O.Carm, Principal John Stimler, and Dean of The Honors Program Jeff Enright, welcome 25 sophomores to the Ehrenstrom Scholars Fraternity, a new enrichment society designed to elevate the academic and cultural experience of the scho…
Victoria Conover, 88, sits among the flowers members of the Porter County Master Gardeners Association gifted her as part of her surprise honor.
The Grammy-winning Rebirth Brass Band will perform in concert Oct..11 at the Center for Performing Arts at Governors State University.
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