Search / Found (71372)
SCHERERVILLE | Local police and firefighters are inviting area residents to join them in forming an honor line tonight to pay tribute to the World War II veterans attending “Honor Flight – One Final Mission” at AMC Showplace 12 Theater.
CROWN POINT | The Crown Point Police canine unit is selling T-shirts and magnets as a fundraiser.
Ned Smith was a generous, hard-working man who was always willing to do things for others, said his granddaughter, Linsey Waterstraat.
Ronald Spangler was a strong moral compass for his family and always took time to discuss important issues, said his daughter, Deb Barbanel.
SCHNEIDER | After six years of using a private well in violation of town ordinance, a local business will be getting hooked up for municipal water and sewer utilities.
ST. JOHN | With a scholarship to Grand Valley State already secured, Riley Wayco could have called it a prep career.
ROCHESTER | Kirsten Spangenberg's rough defensive day suddenly didn't matter when the Boone Grove junior lifted a blast to left field in the sixth inning on Monday night.
GARY | As with most players in independent baseball, Cristian Guerrero has had many travels.
VALPARAISO | The family and friends of graduates were among the first to be congratulated at the 45th commencement of Purdue North Central.
HIGHLAND | Munster pitcher Carly Murphy is a senior and has pitched in big softball games before.
LACROSSE | The Kouts bats needed three innings before jump starting in the opening round of the Class A softball sectional, but once they got going, they didn’t slow down.
LANSING | T.F. South's Daviea Cowans usually has trouble waiting back on slower pitchers.
Opposing teams facing the heart of the St. Francis de Sales softball lineup may want to execute a new strategy over the remainder of the postseason: take the softball and just throw it over the outfield fence, there’s a good chance it’s going to end up there anyway.
CEDAR LAKE | The late Cedar Lake barber Burdette “Woody” Wood was such a free spirit he got his own segment on the local PBS series "Wild Chicago" years ago.
CROWN POINT | Northwest Indiana is now home to its own so-called "angel" investment group, the Lakeshore ArchAngels.
DYER | The town has approved an amendment to its e-cycling contract.
LACROSSE | LaCrosse High School is rallying behind one of its students to receive a kidney from her father after nearly dying.
World War II Navy Veteran Ernest Caputo had a kind and gentle manner, wife Lena Caputo said.
MICHIGAN CITY | The art movement that has spurred a budding comeback of Michigan City's downtown will be enhanced with sculptures extending to the city's lakefront.
SOUTH HOLLAND | The Village Board approved to a pay hike of 2 percent Monday for all its employees while also recommending that the Cook County Board grant a significant property tax break to a local business that wishes to expand.
SAUK VILLAGE | It’s not uncommon for school district officials to be upset with Illinois state government, which often falls behind on the general state aid payments for their overall funding.
LYNWOOD | The Village Board transitioned from old to new Tuesday with little change, and Village President Eugene Williams said he thinks that benefits local residents.
MUNSTER – The Redevelopment Commission is exploring how to fund ongoing maintenance at Centennial Park and other municipal parks.
LANSING | The Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board is proceeding with plans to sell $10 million in working cash bonds to pay for improvements to district buildings.
CEDAR LAKE | Breakfast and lunch prices are going up a bit across the board in Hanover Community School Corp.
VALPARAISO | The president and CEO of Lutheran World Relief called on nearly 700 Valparaiso University graduates to help unite a diverse and deeply divided world.
SPEEDWAY | It almost seemed an indignity.
GARY | The death of an East Chicago man found early Saturday in an SUV in Gary was ruled a homicide, authorities said.
MERRILLVILLE | “It’s a great day because the world is waiting for you. Don’t listen to all the talking heads about how the nation’s best days are behind us.”
GARY | Danny Pulfer has been a true utility man, playing every position but pitcher since his second year of college.
SCHERERVILLE | Education and school reform in Indiana mean different things to state legislators and those responsible for educating students in the state’s public schools.
SOUTH HOLLAND | Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn used graduation ceremonies Sunday at South Suburban College to urge support for a proposal that would ban the sale or delivery of ammunition magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds at a time.
Talk about a long time coming.
Sorry, Ozzie Guillen won’t be there except as a fan. He won’t be managing either team.
Munster’s Jessica Rooth earned a spot on the IHSAA All-State first team last year at the No. 1 singles position.
SCHERERVILLE | With five track championships and numerous feature victories to his credit, Mike White is an experienced stock car racer at Illiana Motor Speedway.
HAMMOND | Chuck Podkul Jr. always seems to be one of the most popular guys in the bowling center.
Sometimes job candidates can be their own worst enemy.
PORTER COUNTY | Spring is a season for blooming flowers, chirping birds, and wildlife that is either emerging from hibernation or thriving as creatures look for food after the winter thaw.
The fact that buyer demand remains strong as more homes come on the market from a combination of existing stock and new housing starts are all strong indicators that both buyers and sellers are continuing to respond to the extreme affordability low mortgage interest rates provide for them to…
Far from just driving buyers around or simply placing for sale signs in yards, the daily routine of a real estate agent involves a great many interactions with current and prospective clients, other agents and brokers, appraisers, attorneys, home inspectors, lenders, title companies and more…
“Stockpiling” is the term couponers have long used for shopping ahead of sales cycles, then storing groceries and supplies until the next sale. It’s a great strategy for shelf-stable, non-perishable or freezer-stable items because prices fluctuate. Buying at a low sale price, with coupons, e…
Typically, the thought of college life evokes images of young people, ivy-covered buildings, dormitory life, football tailgates and basketball’s “final four.”
Retired Indiana University Northwest professor Garrett Cope had the ability to "maneuver and direct large groups of people," wife Barbara said.
CHARLESTON | Homewood Flossmoor girls head track coach Rob Assise is a brilliant predictor.
GARY | Saturday was Hat Night at U.S. Steel Yard, so it was fitting that the stadium’s newest contracted inhabitant has worn many hats in the past month.
To stay competitive globally and to grow, the North American steel industry needs reasonable, streamlined and effectively enforced policies from the U.S. and Canadian governments, top steel executives said.
PALOS HEIGHTS | Illiana Christian coach Mike Oppenhuis knew going into Saturday's 2A Agricultural Science Regional championship game that Chicago Christian was going to be ready to play.
LYNWOOD | Roy Valle is no longer a government official.
CHICAGO | Execute the game plan or start digging your own grave.
Follow The Times
Contact Cathy Panozzo; she is The Realtor you can depend on!
Call today to learn more.
Click here to see many of our high quality examples http://www…
Join our new class Tiny Tigers (children ages 4-7), Mondays an…
We have been proudly serving Porter County Indiana with plumbi…
- 1 Police investigating shooting outside North Hammond Walmart
- 2 Dyer man dies following construction accident at Northwestern University
- 3 Woman enters guilty plea on child molestation, exploitation charges
- 4 Police seek public's help identifying person who dumped puppies
- 5 Lowell man, 86, dies after accidentally setting himself on fire
Should all Indiana judges be chosen by a merit commission, the way they are in Lake and St. Joseph counties?
- PREP BASEBALL: Roosevelt forfeits sectional game before postseason begins1 hour ago
- FIRST PITCH: Opening day, Michelle FieldsMay 16, 2013 7:30 pm
- LIVE: RailCats season opener vs. Lincoln SaltdogsMay 16, 2013 4:30 pm
- Early look at 2013-14 Valparaiso Men's Basketball teamMay 16, 2013 3:52 pm