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Marian Catholic's Tyler Ulis looks to pass to Josh Cohn while Bloom Townships Jamal Parks defends during Tuesday's Class 4A Thornton Sectional semifinal. Ulis had 40 points in the win. The Spartans face rival Homewood-Flossmoor tonight for the championship.
Porter County officials revoked the religious tax exempt status of the $1.1 million Preachit Inc. property at 234 W. County Road 166 South in Porter Township.
Rusty, the RailCats' mascot, entertains fans in July at the U.S. Steel Yard.
The Donald C. tug boat breaks through ice in the Port of Indiana in January. Forecasters say the ice cover on the lake and runoff from snowpack on the land will help bring lake levels back near average.
Port of Indiana Operations Manager Nick Szymarek stands in January on a break wall overlooking a frozen Lake Michigan on the west side of the port. The ice on the lake is expected to linger, causing cooler air temperatures as spring begins.
Bloom Township's Jared Johnson has been one of the many clutch players for the Blazing Trojans this season.
Kaliph Fagan has been one of the reasons for Thornwood's success.
Marian Catholic's Tyler Ulis, right, looks for an opening between Bloom Township's Dalvon Echols, left, and Mark Fulwiley. Marian won in November. The two Chicago Heights schools meet tonight in one semifinal of the Class 4A Thornton Sectional.
Bowman Academy's Darrion Riddle drives past Griffith's Flint Powell during the semifinal of the Class 3A Hammond Sectional. The Eagles play Andrean in Saturday's Kankakee Valley Regional semifinal. Bowman coach Marvin Rea calls Riddle "the glue" of his third-ranked team.
Luke and Pete Bochniak, of Valparaiso, work on a sand sculpture from the nursery rhyme, "There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe," last July as they participate in the 16th annual sand sculpture contest at Indiana Dunes State Park.
Illiana Christian varsity girls basketball coach Dave Bosman talks to his team during January 2011 Illiana Christian vs. T.F. South game. After six seasons as head coach, Bosman stepped down.
A girl gets comfortable while in a room full of plastic balls during a visit with her friends and mom at Bellaboo's Play and Discovery Center at Three Rivers County Park. Bellaboo's offers many indoor activities to keep kids ages 9 and younger happy and entertained in the winter.
Marian Catholic's Dajhae Mullins is averaging 6.2 points and 4.8 rebounds per game. Mullins missed most of last season with a micro fracture and torn meniscus in his left knee.
A westbound train arrives at the South Shore Line East Chicago station. On March 10 at 6 p.m., Emerging Leaders of Northwest Indiana, is hosting “Laying Tracks for the Future,” an informational event in support of rail expansion.
Joan Martin library assistant Becky Juzwicki reads from the Dr. Suess book, "Cat in the Hat."
Thornton's Justin Taylor is averaging 16.1 points and 9.5 rebounds per game. He helped the Wildcats to a second-place finish in the SouthWest Suburban Red.
Thornton's Jamani Pierce,left, blocks a shot by King's Jessie Young during the McDipper in December. Pierce is averaging a double-double of 15.3 points and 10.1 rebounds per game.
The GE Artistry Series on the showroom floor at Maruszczak Appliance. Estimated retail price of the full GE Artistry product suite is $2,416 - Retailers set their own prices. Estimated retail pricing per appliance: bottom-freezer refrigerator, $1099; top-control dishwasher, $499; over-the-ra…
A variety of lawn ornaments are part of the Small's Garden Center exhibit at last year's Home and Lifestyle show at the Porter County Expo Center.
Marian Catholic's Teniya Page is averaging 14.4 points and 3.9 rebounds per game. She is a three-year starter at point guard.
Marian Catholic's Kauai Bradley is averaging 5.7 points and 5.2 rebounds per game. The junior also has 40 steals.
A PCL Alverno medical technologist prepares bacteria samples to be identified by a laser target method in May at the Hammond lab.
A packed gymnasium takes in a game at Valparaiso's Viking Gym several decades ago. Valpo has won 35 boys basketball sectional championships on its home floor. Since class basketball began in 1997-98, the sectional has moved around a lot. The Vikings won a championship on their home floor on …
Former West Sides coach Winston Garland coaches inside a packed gym at E.C. Central's sectional in 2010. After West Side hosted the sectional for three years, it will return to E.C. this week.
Former E.C. Central player Michael Fabiyi passes the ball against West Side inside a packed gymnasium at the 2010 sectional in East Chicago.
East Chicago Central students cheer on their boy's basketball team during the sectional game against Lake Central on March 4, 2009. After three years at West Side, the Class 4A sectional returns to E.C. this week.
The sculpture "Inspiration," is shown outside The Times building in Munster, home of The Times Media Co.
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Former professional boxer Jack Callahan, left, is training many of the law enforcement officers and firefighters who will participate in his 911 Slugfest April 5 at the Hammond Civic Center. Proceeds will go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Marian Catholic diver Joey Cifelli broke his goal of scoring over 500 points on a dive. He had 552 in winning the event at the Homewood-Flossmoor Sectional. He is looking to win the diving at this weekend's IHSA state meet in Evanston.
Bob Riggs, John Hodson and Ray Lawson work to dismantle the Linden log cabin in May at Portage's Countryside Park. The cabin, which had been in Ray Lawson's family for more than 100 years, was bought by the Kankakee Valley Historical Society and will be reassembled in South County.
Bob Riggs, John Hodson and Ray Lawson work to dismantle the Linden log cabin in May at Portage's Countryside Park.
Portage High School principal Caren Swickard welcomes students, parents and teachers during last year's Portage High School ACES award banquet at Woodland Park. Swicard will retire at the end of the school year.
Herm Hoge with Remax Clients Jared and Michelle D'Hmico. “Based on what we’re seeing, there’s going to be a frenzy this spring. Our agents are already working with sellers who plan to list their homes sooner rather than later. If you’re thinking about selling this spring, it’s important to s…
Tyler's Tender restaurant in Fox Run plaza in Schererville. The restaurant that also throws birthday parties celebrated their seventh anniversary at the end of January.
Provided by Franciscan Alliance Franciscan Alliance representatives were among hundreds of participants who turned out to support the war against cardiovascular disease, the No. 1 killer of Americans, during an annual American Heart Association Heart Walk at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Cr…
Visitors gather around as National Parks ranger Ted Winterfeld describes maple sugar processing last year during the Maple Sugar Time event at Chelleberg Farm.
A new playground set was one of the things Hobart added to Lakefront Park to help improve the area for children and families.
Building a home involves many moving pieces, and subcontractors working on any given project provide a wide range of specialties including painting.
Illiana Christian's Caleb Jonkman looks for an opening against Elmwood Park during a Metro Suburban Conference game in Lansing.
Two shrimp tacos and a beef taco are showcased at Memo's Taco Mex.
Pictured are homemade tamales with avocado salad.
Thornwood's Kaliph Fagan blocks a layup by Andrew's Joey Krutilla. Thornwood has won 10 straight games.
Thornwood's head coach Paul Slavich yells instructions to his team during a basketball game against Andrew. The Thunderbirds can win the SouthWest Suburban Red title tonight with a win at Bradley-Bourbonnais.
Four-year letter-winner Jill Rosenbaum started 80 of 81 games at South Central and finished her career with 1,068 points -- the third Satellite player in school history to surpass 1,000 points.
Bishop Noll's Tyreon Gates goes up for a shot against Griffith last Tuesday. The Warriors senior isn't quite 100 percent as he recovers from a broken foot this past summer. But the do-it-all stat guy is ready to help lead his team into the state tournament.
A Think City electric vehicle is charged at the NIPSCO headquarters in Merrillville. NIPSCO is launcing the second phase of the IN-Charge Electric Vehicle Program with 10 public charging stations planned for the region.
T.F. South players grab postgame doughnuts after a win over Tinley Park.
Ellie Wagoner, 11, of Hebron, plays on the playscape in Valparaiso's Valplayso playground last June. The Valparaiso Parks Department will replace the equipment in Valplayso this year.
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