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Bishop Noll's Katelyn Richardson catches a high fly ball hit by Whiting's Jessica Butler close to the wall.
Whiting's Mollie Lovasko pitches Tuesday as the Oilers squeeze past Bishop Noll's Warriors, 3-2.
Bishop Noll's Andrea Fremouw delivers during the Lake Station sectional game with rival Whiting.
The Whiting Oilers celebrate their 3-2 win over Bishop Noll Tuesday at the Lake Station Sectional.
Bishop Noll's Tori Keilman, left, and Elena Sobilo struggle to stop a grounder hit by Whiting's Abigail Bondi in the eighth inning of Tuesday's Lake Station Sectional.
Bishop Noll's Elena Sobilo can't field an infield grounder by Whiting's Abigail Bondi in the eighth inning Tuesday.
Whiting's Abigail Bondi hit an RBI infield single to beat Bishop Noll in the eighth inning Tuesday.
Whiting pitcher Mollie Lovasko, right, hugs outfielder Michaela Brown, who scored the winning run against Bishop Noll at the Lake Station Sectional.
MUNSTER Times Auto Columnist, Matt Sharp.
Crown Point's Miranda Elish winds up as she pitches against Chesterton in Monday's sectional opener.
Chesterton's Megan Matheny reaches to hit, but strikes out in the first inning against Crown Point in the sectional opener.
Chesterton's Shelby Carter fouls off a pitch in the first inning of Monday's sectional game against Crown Point.
Crown Point's Mandey Shrader scoops up a ground ball hit by Chesterton's Shelby Carter and throws from third base to first for an out in the first inning of Monday's sectional game.
Portage's Kaitlin Doud catches a ground ball to second and throws to first base for an out in the sixth inning of the Indians' sectional opener against LaPorte.
Portage's Dalton Minor hits in the sixth inning of the Indians' win over LaPorte in Monday's sectional opener.
Portage's Alexis Johnson waits to scoop up a bouncing grounder and makes the throw to first base for an out in the fifth inning of Monday's sectional game against LaPorte.
LaPorte's Alexis Frame swings during the fourth inning against Portage in the sectional opener.
Police respond Monday to the Planned Parenthood office in Merrillville after an officer-involved shooting. Police said a semi driver attacked the officer after the cop wrote the driver citations for being illegally parked in the agency’s lot.
Christopher Deutsch, director of communications for the National Association of Drug Court Professionals prepares to pass a gavel to Porter County Judge Julia Jent on Monday during the the Porter County Veterans Treatment Court Graduation ceremony at the North Porter County Government Comple…
Officials gather Monday for the The Porter County Veterans Treatment Court Graduation ceremony at the North Porter County Government Complex. From left is Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller, County Commissioner Nancy Adams, Chief Justice of the Indiana Court of Appeals Margaret Robb, and …
Veterans, officials and others gather Monday at the North Porter County Government Complex for the Porter County Veterans Treatment Court Graduation ceremony. Adam Allen, a mentor volunteer program organizer is at lower right. Six local veterans completed the drug court program, and were hon…
Paul R., of Hobart and a graduate of the Porter County Veterans Treatment Court, stands with graduates, officials, and others during the playing of the National Anthem at the Veterans Treatment Court Graduation ceremony Monday at the North Porter County Government Complex. The National Assoc…
Kimberly Randall, a resident at The Mansards apartment complex in Griffith, swims in the clubhouse indoor pool. The complex of 3,000 residents also has four outdoor pools on its 90-acre property.
Burns Harbor Volunteer Fire Department in November added a full-time ALS (advanced life saving) ambulance service with a second volunteer ambulance also at the station. According to Burns Harbor Fire Chief William Arney, Burns Harbor is doing more building per capita than anywhere in the state.
There are good things happening in Northwest Indiana, some which are happening in Burns Harbor. The town's Lakeland Park offers a small beach and summer activities for children.
Charlotte Hipp sits with her grandaughter Autumn, 4, on the front porch of The Village home where she lives with her son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren. Hipp said the Burns Harbor Village community has been very good to them. "I've never seen a community like this before, so kind and lov…
ArcelorMittal has made a number of investments in its Burns Harbor steel mill.
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge was the keynote speaker for the Porter County Sheriff Department's annual Inspection and Memorial Service.
Porter County Sheriff's Department officers salute as the department's honor guard posts the colors at the department during their annual memorial service on Friday, a tradition during National Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Week.
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge visits with students in the John Simatovich Elementary School choir Friday following the Porter County Sheriff Department's annual Inspection and Memorial Service.
Porter County Sheriff's Department Lt. Phil Miller, right, inspects the uniform of Officer John Brubaker on Friday during the department's annual Inspection. The inspection was followed by a memorial service, an annual tradition during National Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Week.
Students in the John Simatovich Elementary School choir sing "America, The Beautiful" on Friday during the the Porter County Sheriff's Department annual memorial service.
Chesterton High School students Robert Rosenau, left and Zach Dickinson play taps during the Porter County Sheriff Department's annual memorial service on Friday.
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge speaks Friday during the Porter County Sheriff's Department memorial service at the Porter County Sheriff's Department. Ridge was a member of the House of Representatives, governor of Pennsylvania and secretary of Homeland Security.
Second-grade students Elise Hibbard, left, and Lily Segura plant banana pepper plants while Nikky Witkowski, coordinator of Purdue University Agriculture Extension Program, talks to students about plant roots Thursday at Highland's Johnston Elementary School. The students planted a garden an…
Students from Highland's Johnston Elementary School get their hands in the dirt Thursday as they help plant a garden.
Master gardener Joe Janostak, of Highland, helps Johnston Elementary second-grade students Michael Pottorf and Aidan Boyle, right, plant lettuce Thursday at the Highland school.
MUNSTER Times Niche/Features intern, Matt Sharp.
Keynote speaker Jennifer Buss talks about how heart disease has affected multiple generations in her family during the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women educational symposium Thursday at the Radisson Hotel in Merrillville. Buss, her grandmother, father and 6-year-old son all have…
Laura Waluszko introduces local heart disease survivors Thursday during the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women educational symposium at the Radisson Hotel in Merrillville.
About 400 people attended the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women educational symposium Thursday at the Radisson Hotel in Merrillville.
Fegely Middle School student Cheyanne Kinser, 14, adds up expenses after selecting televsion and internet service with Jan Zurek.
Jeffrey Webber, 14, gets help with his taxes from local Portage accountant Sandy Becker during the Reality Store on Thursday at Fegely Middle School.
Fegely Middle School students participate Thursday in a Reality Store. The eighth-graders selected an occupation and were given a salary for the job. They then selected housing, transportation and other expenses, budgeting their finances as they went through the exercise.
Students at Fegely Middle School work on expenses as they participate in the Reality Store on Thursday at the school.
Nancy Danielides, a second-grade teacher at Nathan Hale Elementary School, helps students plant a teaching garden Wednesday at the school. This is the 2nd year for the garden at the school.
Second-grader Alex Mahony helps plant marigold flowers Wednesday at Nathan Hale Elementary School in Whiting.
Second-graders plant a teaching garden Wednesday at Nathan Hale Elementary School in Whiting. The garden, planted with support from ArcelorMittal, will help students understand the importance of healthy eating habits and see the growing process "from seed to table," said Diane Kemp, of the A…
The Saville Room is seen in the north clubhouse of The Mansards apartment complex. The clubhouse also contains administrative offices, an indoor pool, a banquet room, a billiards room, conference room and business room with free WiFi.
The Hollywood Room banquet center in the north clubhouse at The Mansards apartment complex features Hollywood memorabilia and is available for use by residents.
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