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Participants from the Illinois Youth Recreation Corps spread mulch at Burnham Park in Burnham. The Calumet Memorial Park District serves Calumet City and Burnham and neighborhoods in Dolton and South Holland.
Calumet City Officer Adam Zieminski is pictured with Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn at an awards ceremony Friday where Zieminski received the Line of Duty Heroism award from the Illinois Fraternal Order of Police for saving a baby from a house fire in May.
On July 29 the Digital Bookmobile will visit the Lansing Public Library, 2750 Indiana Ave., to teach patrons about the library's digital offerings.
Pictured are Cheryl Plomann, Best Buddies Pet Pantry; Cathy Nolan with Gibby, Giant Paw Prints Rescue and Don Lococo Leroy's Hot Stuff.
Jill Silhavy and Ken Holt enjoy a hot air balloon ride.
Pictured is a boat towing logs on the Kankakee River.
Pictured at the 2012 Martini Foundation Fundraiser are Laurie Framke, the mother of a U.S. Marine, and Ryan Hensley, a friend who enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps with Philip Martini.
Pictured are the Thornton Fractional South High School Class of 1965 officers with the class gift of Civil War memorabilia. In 1965, it was the centennial of the Civil War. The officers from left are Bob Tisconcik, Dale Boroviak, Jim Brown and Karen Hollis.
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. Shown is a squad of the Valparaiso Blues, August 1889. There are quite a few notable citizens in this group: James McGill, Mark Dickover…
Provided Ben Strode of Highland connects on a pitch during the Indiana Little League State Championships that were held in Plainfield.
Al Whitaker is taken with emotion as he experiences his son Freddie's name on the Vietnam Wall Memorial in Washington D.C. on July 2, 2014.
WWII U.S. Navy Gunner Al Whitaker of Highland, IN.
Al Whitaker gets a Hero's Welcome at O'Hare Airport upon his return from Chicago's Honor Flight on July 2, 2014.
Pictured is a car on display during last year’s car show.
Mamon Powers Jr.
Brad Hindsley of Spire Catering and Event Planning as well as Spire Farm to Fork Cuisine restaurant in LaPorte waits to accept his Young Entrepreneur award during the 2013 E-Day.
Margaret Harding competes in the Royal International Miss Pageant in Orlando, Florida.
George Foreman grills, t-shirts, books, water bottles and much more are some of the prizes that will be raffled off at the Adult Summer Reading Club closing event.
All the PSC police officers who participated joined in at the end of the water challenge.
Police Chief John Murphy received a dousing from his fellow officers Tuesday at Prairie State College as part of a charity event.
Executive Director of Human Resources David Cronan dumps ice water on police Officer Daniel Vaci at the water challenge Tuesday at Prairie State College. PSC officers donated money to the Police Officer Down Memorial Page in exchange for getting soaked with water.
Lars Henderson is pictured with Joe Kingsbury, VP of equipment for the Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum and project mentor for Lars.
From left are Amber Hensell-Hicks, Frontline executive director; Allen Grecula, Frontline director of clinical services; Bill Higbie, Porter County Community Foundation vice president of development, and Derek Frazier, Frontline development director.
Robbie Hummel watches young participants at last year's basketball camp at the Valparaiso Family YMCA.
Dolton West Elementary District 148 Superintendent Jayne E. Purcell, at right, poses with Family Guidance Centers Inc./Southland Prevention Coalition representatives Tula Beene and Robert Thompson. Purcell was honored for her support of the Coalition's efforts to prevent underage drinking.
Southland Prevention Coalition Vice President Robert Thompson presented Superintendent Jayne E. Purcell with a Community Service Award in appreciation for her outstanding dedication and service "above and beyond the call of duty."
Southland Prevention Coalition Vice President Robert Thompson also presented School Board Secretary James E. Bendell with a Community Service Award for his service to and support of the Southland Prevention Coalition.
Funeral services for Chester Czubala were held July 10 at Anthony & Dziadowicz Funeral Home in Hammond, with cremation following.
Alex Scott, age 8 of Calumet City, carefully removes a piece in a game of Jumbo Jenga, during the Calumet Memorial Park District's Youth Camp.
Geoff Akins Hannah, the bubble performer, uses magic and comedy to explain the science of bubbles to children at the Crete Public Library for its recent Bubble Wonders program.
Bubble performer Geoff Akins Hannah shows off his bubble-making skills during a recent program at the Crete Public Library.
Pictured is Eric Rehm, seated, music director for the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical "Cinderella" with, from left, Rebecca Thompson, Ashley Randle, Taylor Cole, Julia Albrecht and Joshua Houchins.
Jessica Hale and Joshua Houchins learn to waltz for the production of the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical "Cinderella" that will run at 7 p.m. July 23 to 26. Hale will be playing the Evil Stepmother and Houchins is starring as the Prince.
Sunset Hill Farm County Park will hold a festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 26.
Services for Chester Aydelotte, Jr., were June 28 at Evangelical Covenant Church of Portage. Rees Funeral Home, Olson Chapel, handled arrangements.
Anita Beezhold, of Lansing, is one of the winners of the NWI Communities Beverly Hillbillies Lookalike Contest.
Leon Simon, of Schererville, is one of the winner of the NWI Communities Beverly Hillbillies Lookalike Contest.
Terrion Smith, left, and Donel Smith
Elly May played by Summer Smart.
Jethro played by John Stenberg.
Two Dutch boys stand in the area where the Lansing post office is now and the pasture is covering the area that is now Fox Pointe. In the background on the left is the Krumm family home and the original Lansing Village Hall is on the right, which is now the Visible Music College. It is not k…
David Johnson,left, and Noah Bazil show off the frog they found in Crete Park, with Lekesha Cooper trying to take a peek over their shoulders.
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 Pictured is the interior of the Valparaiso Phone Company building. June 1915.
Shown is what the students will be recreating in the workshop.
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