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People wait in line to enter the 2014 Northwest Indiana City Wide Diversity Hiring Fair at the Genesis Center in Gary last July.
Crete-Monee coach Tom Cappel said Monday he will return as coach.
Munster's Alyssa Chronowski tries to block a hit by Bishop Noll's Amber Williams during a game this season.
ST. Joseph's John Reid pulls at the jersey of Mt. Carmel's A.J. Lewis tries to break from Philadelphia St. Joseph's John Reid in the season opener. Lewis has rushed for 579 yards and eight touchdowns. The Caravan must win their remaining two games if they are to make the playoffs for a state…
Former Hammond First Baptist Church Pastor Jack Schaap, currently serving time in a federal prison in Ashland, Ky.
Beecher's Michael Barber has made it to the Class 1A state finals four years in a row. This year, he and his Bobcat teammates will compete in the state meet.
Homewood Flossmoor's Jack Mulligan and his teammates will compete in the Class 3A state meet Friday at The Den at Fox Creek.
T.F. South golfer Maggie Sloan is looking to improve on last year's 12th-place finish at this year's Class AA state finals in Decatur.
A vintage postcard from 1910 depicts the Kankakee River and a relaxed afternoon of fishing.
A man surfs a small wave on Lake Michigan at Portage Lakefront Park in October 2011.
Bart Glowacki, left, of Wilmette, and Richard Pawlowski, of Orland Hills, wind surf at Wolf Lake in Hammond in October 2011.
Lake Central's Jennifer Crague was the individual champion at the Gavit Sectional.
Bishop Noll's Jahari Davis rushes against Whiting in Week 8. The wide receiver has opened up his offense and is being used as a running back as well. The senior captain is working hard under first-year coach Paul Douglass, who is working to turn the program around.
In addition to his work with minor and major league hitters, John Mallee has been a longtime coach and instructor for youth and high school players in the region. Mallee recently was named the Cubs hitting coach.
It was ghoulish fun and games back in October, 2007 at the Highland Branch of the Lake County Public Library, which hosted a Children's Halloween Costume Party. Elementary school children played games, including this parachute game, and enjoyed Halloween snacks. The Times is celebrating our …
T.F South's Torian Lewis has 26 total tackles and three interceptions. He also has 12 touchdowns on the season.
T.F. South quarterback Cody Petrich and the Rebels host Oak Forest tonight in a South Suburban Blue game.
T.F. North's Jonathan Adeniyl hits Oak Forest quarterback Zach Russell in a recent game. The Meteors must win their remaining three games to be playoff eligible.
Valparaiso's Danielle Suiter wears her blonde hair in cornrows to honor Valparaiso fire chief Dave Nondorf, who is fighting a cancer called osteosarcoma.
Crete Monee 's Tom Cappel was dismissed after three seasons as the Warriors boys basketball coach.
Beecher senior Michael Barber hopes to lead the Bobcats to their fourth straight regional title today.
Al Piening, of Beverly Shores, is lifted by train personnel onto a South Shore train at Dune Park with a wheelchair-accessible lift.
In this file photo, East Chicago Chief Of Police Mark Becker makes a traffic stop in Merrillville while on patrol with the STOP team. Becker said the ShotSpotter technology used in the Regional Crime Report will let residents know if people are shooting guns in their neighborhood.
Ryan Kepshire hasn’t won any individual races this season, but he’s focused on helping Crown Point return to the state finals.
Andrean quarterback Jake Paliga helped lead the 59ers to a 9-0 record in his first year under center. Now, the 59ers look to become the first team from the area to be back-to-back undefeated state champs. Sectionals begin Friday.
Wheeler's Clay Turpin looks for room to run in a game against Hanover Central on Oct. 3. The Bearcats (7-1) will open Class 2A sectional play at North Judson on Oct. 24.
In this 2013 file photo, Crown Point resident Corey Girnus looks at the sign she picked, "Adoption The Loving Option," as a volunteer to stand on Ridge Road in the Lake County Right to Life organization's chain from Highland's Wicker Park on Indianapolis west into Illinois.
They're not Rensselaer, but the Bearcats hit 50 for the third time Friday against South Central. Whiting remains their only blemish. They try to keep Hanover Central backsliding Friday night in Cedar Lake.
How good are the Kougars with a K? We'll find out Friday night. Five straight wins over some solid teams is good. Andrean isn't solid; the 59ers are black-hole good. It'll take a complete team effort to snap a five-game series losing streak.
Guests enjoy the Beckham kitchen in Crown Point during the 2010 Tri Kappa Kitchen Tour and Tasting.
Lake Central's Allison Onest has helped the Indians golf team with her calm at the No. 3 and 4 role.
Haunted tours and pub crawls are being presented around Crown Point's Old Courthouse.
Lowell Fire Chief Clint Gorball, left, and Police Chief Erik Matson in the town dispatch area that will be replaced by the new unified 911 system.
DThornwood head coach Bill Bundy talks to the team prior to the start of the game against Bloom Township on Agu. 29. The Thunderbirds are winless.
ABloom Township quarterback 8 Jordan Benavides has rushed for 549 yards and rushed for 409 in leading the Blazing Trojans to a 4-1 start.
Thornridge receiver Reilly Jackson hauls in a pass between two T.F. North defenders for a touchdown in Week 2. After not winning a game since 2010, the Falcons started the season with two wins and are looking to snap a three-game losing streak tonight.
C-T.F. North's Anthony Watkins is upended after a long run against Oak Forest Friday night. The Meteors have struggled to hold leads.
CMount Carmel quarterback Anthony Thompson and his Caravan teammates faced to front-end heavy schedule and are 2-3.
Jacob and Sam Patchin arrived at the Town of Lowell's Halloween Costume Contest and Monster March in October, 2007 dressed as Captain Hook and Peter Pan. The brothers took first place in the Best Character category. The Times is celebrating our region's rich history. Check out the photos in …
Then Sen. Barack Obama speaks to his supporters at a Road for Change campaign stop at Theodore Roosevelt High School in Gary on April 10, 2008. Gary and Lafayette were Obama's only stops during his April 10 campaign tour through Indiana. Preparations were underway Tuesday for what should be …
Lake Central's Stephanie Spigolon has 197 assists this season, fifth best in the DAC.
One of the cast members of "A Zombie Wedding" interacts with the audience, including music teacher Heather Kasselman, after last April's performance at the LaCrosse High School gym.
Members of the Wanatah Middle School English team celebrate their achievement in the Academic Super Bowl by riding a floor waxer for a parade down the school hallway last May. The team was ranked among the top teams statewide.
Wanatah Middle School's English team (in green shirts) competes with other schools in the Academic Super Bowl last May at LaPorte High School.
LaCrosse High School students perform "A Zombie Wedding" last April in the school's gym.
The Wanatah Middle School choir performs at last April's spring concert in the school gym.
Hobart's Noah Smith takes a cut against Lowell in the regular season. The senior Brickie is extremely intelligent and hopes to use football to get into MIT, one of the world's top schools for engineering.
The Bearcats got the scoring machine cranked up again, courtesy of North Newton. Tonight, they host South Central, which smacked them down 33-7 last year. I'm guessing Wheeler hasn't forgotten that.
Only 57 last week? The Bombers are slipping. Late-game, red-zone kneel down broke the streak of 60 points in a game at four. More importantly, 3A No. 5 West Lafayette is on tap for a big Hoosier Conference clash.
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