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The emergency room entrance of the former Porter Memorial Hospital crumbles during the 2013 demolition of the building on LaPorte Avenue in Valparaiso.
A referee stops the fight after Munster police officer Erik Holloway is knocked out by Hammond firefighter Jeremy Patton during the inaugural 9-1-1 Slugfest at the Hammond Civic Center.
Hammond firefighter and retired boxer Jack Callahan talks with fans at last April's 9-1-1 Slugfest at the Hammond Civic Center.
Some of the produce that is grown with the Portage Community Garden.
Community gardens like this one are a great way to promote healthy living while helping a great cause.
THE SOUTH SHORE IN 100 OBJECTS, Day 1: The dunes
Telling the tale of the South Shore in 100 objects.
THE SOUTH SHORE IN 100 OBJECTS, Day 1: The dunes
Rather than deep dish, true Chicago pizza has a thin crust and is cut into squares.
Mount Carmel's Bryce Brill celebrates his win during the 2014 Class 3A, 152-pound championship match at the University of Illinois' State Farm Center.
Munster-based Peoples Bank, whose headquarters are shown here, acquired Hammond's First Federal Savings and Loan Association, which was one-twentieth of its size and was looking for a buyer as long-time president and CEO John Freyek neared retirement. Peoples Bank has stayed in business for …
At one time, Lake, Porter and LaPorte counties were home to 51 independent community banks. Today, just eight remain, including Merrillville-based Centier Bank.
Crete-Monee's Omari Stringer returns an interception for a touchdown during the 2012 IHSA Class 6A playoffs. Stringer has committed to play at Indiana University.
Bob Golding, of Munster bids on a propterty during the 2009 tax sale at the Lake County Government Center. Since then, tax-delinquent properties have been sold online.
Students are given a tour of the Lake County Jail. Securing voting rights for inmates is now under discussion.
The South Shore in 100 Objects: Shoe Corner
Bloom Township's Zerell Jackson played football and basketball for Bloom Township. He was a Bloom Trail student. Football is at Bloom Trail and basketball was at Bloom.
Thornton Fractional girls soccer players celebrate a shootuot win over Eisenhower. Thornton Fractional North and South high schools combine in several sports, including boys and girls soccer.
Illinois Lutheran won the Class 1A state baseball title June 7 in Peoria.
Jerry Verde, right, and the 2012 Crete Monee football team won the Class 6A title. Verde, now the coach at Marian Catholic, is opposed to separating public and private schools in the state tournament.
Munster resident Niki Quasney speaks about her experiences with BRCA1, her prophylactic mastectomy, and her ongoing battle with ovarian cancer in 2013 in the dining room of her home. She and her partner, Amy Sandler, want their Massachusetts marriage recognized on her death certificate.
Munster resident Niki Quasney speaks last year about her ongoing battle with ovarian cancer as her partner, Amy Sandler, and daughter, Asher, stand nearby. Quasney and Sandler want their Massachusetts marriage recognized on Quasney's death certificate.
Realtors Jeff and Grace Safrin demonstrate the quadcopter drone they used to photograph stills and video of certain properties to show to clients. They no longer use it after learning they'd need a pilot's license to operate it commercially. Fred Cate, a professor at Indiana University Schoo…
Realtors Grace Safrin and her husband, Jeff, demonstrate the quadcopter drone they used to photograph stills and video of certain properties to show to clients. They no longer use the drone after learning they'd be fined unless they obtained a pilot's license.
The quadcopter drone is used to photograph stills and video of certain properties to show to clients.
According to the American Pyrotechnics Association, consumer sales of fireworks surged to $662 million in 2013, up from $284 million in 1998.
Beverly Shores has been named the seventh Dark Sky Community in the world by the International Dark-Sky Association. The designation recognizes the town for its efforts to curb light pollution.
With the green power program, NIPSCO customers can designate 25, 50 or 100 percent of monthly electric usage to power generated by renewable energy sources including wind, solar, geothermal, biomass and hydroelectric power. Commercial and industrial customers have the added flexibility to de…
A sign directs visitors to the Fronius building in Portage's AmeriPlex at the Port business park.
Al Piening, of Beverly Shores, is lifted by train personnel Thursday onto a South Shore train at Dune Park with a wheelchair-accessible lift.
Mount Carmel's Matt Domer rushed for 1,467 yards and 16 touchdowns last season. The Illinois recruited was recently denied admission to the school.
Mount Carmel's Matt Domer was denied admission to the University of Illinois and is now enrolled at Parkland College, a community college in Champaign.
The South Shore in 100 Objects: Pierogi
A youngster chooses the perfect strawberry during a past Strawberry Madness Festival at Johnson's Farm Produce and Strawberry Farm in Hobart.
Strawberries ripen on a vine.
A high dive and four low-diving boards are featured in the new 50-meter olympic-sized pool at Lake Central High School. Whether at school, a YMCA or elsewhere, swimming lessons can save lives.
E.C. Central's Michael Harris shoots in the 2010 Indiana-Kentucky All-Star game in Indianapolis.
South Central's Jake Kitchell pulls down a rebound in the 2010 Indiana-Kentucky All-Star game in Indianapolis.
Wheeler's Becca Bruszewski shoots during the 2007 Indiana-Kentucky All-Star game before heading off to play at Notre Dame.
Bowman Academy's Tyrae Robinson, right, pulls in a rebound in the 2010 Indiana-Kentucky All-Star game in Indianapolis.
Storm sewer pipes await installation.
Head out to the fields to pick strawberries.
With his mother, Pat, walking next to him, former Lake Central football player Matt Wesley is honored Aug. 15, 2008 after the scrimmage between Lake Central and Andrean at Lake Central High School. Wesley suffered paralysis during a practice drill in October 2007.
Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott shoots T-shirts to the crowd before the start of the LL Cool J concert at last year's Festival of the Lakes.
Bloom's Jazmin Aldape, right, and Lincoln-Way North's Bianca Galassini go up for a ball in the 3A Lincoln-Way North Regional championship.
A Gary Fire Department ambulance responds to a call in Gary.
The U.S. flag
Kathryn Diaz of Lake Station enjoys the ball pit at Bellaboo's Play & Discovery Center in Lake Station. Bellaboo's will host summer camps on Tuesdays and Thursdays for kids aged 3 to 7.
Officials attend a kickoff event for the Veterans Build project last March. Veterans Build, a partnership between Habitat for Humanity Northwest Indiana and the NWI Action Veterans Council, plans to build a home for a veteran this fall.
Nurses and a medical assistant take blood samples to run blood glucose checks in Hobart. Glucose screenings are among the biometric screening tests employers can offer.
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