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GTC Excel Gold, Silver teams win Diamond meetGymnastics at the Courts' Excel Gold and Silver teams won at the Quest for the Diamond meet Nov. 17 in Michigan City. Team members include, front row from left, Katie Szprychel, Gabbi Newton, Melina Condi; back row, Mallory Bushue, Hannah Lange, M…
GTC Level 3 wins Quest for the Diamond meetGymnastics at the Courts' Level 3 team won the Quest for the Diamond meet Nov. 16 in Michigan City. Jenna Cruz, Jenna Cruz, LillyAnna Vega, Addison Martinez, Kaity Puplava and Peyton Hasselberger won all-around crowns. Team members include, front ro…
Members of the Bishop Noll Institute choir rehearse for the school’s annual Christmas concert, which will be presented at 6 p.m. Sunday, preceded by a spaghetti supper.
A 2000 Mercury Mountaineer sits along the westbound Borman Expressway just east of Cline Avenue after the driver lost control while driving too fast for snowy road conditions, spun out and was struck by a semi. Police said the driver, 21-year-old Andrea Taylor of Chicago Ridge, suffered life…
Valerie Parson, of St. John, took the winning photograph in the South Shore CVA's Summer Fun Along the South Shore photograph contest at sunset at the south end of Lake Michigan.
Dana Garvin, of Indianapolis, attended a Fourth of July gathering in Highland, where she snapped her runner-up photograph in the South Shore CVA's photography contest.
Taytum Bultema, of Crown Point, was named a runner-up in the South Shore CVA's Summer Fun Along the South Shore with her photograph taken at Mowry's Fruit Farm, in Crown Point.
Donating the use of new chimes and tympani to the Hobart Middle School Band Program is Hobart Area Concert Band Director Sue Williams, from left, Ross Pangere of The Ross Group Inc., Scott Bening of MonoSol, LLC, and, accepting for the school, HMS Assistant Band Director Lauren Tykel.
Pictured, from left, Rick Urschel, Urschel Laboratories CEO, Rob Thorgren, Campaign Co-Chair, Mark Hardwick, Valparaiso Family YMCA Chief Volunteer Officer and Bob Wanek, Valparaiso Family YMCA CEO, gathered in front of the ‘Giving Tree.’
Angie Cruz’s second grade class at Central Elementary in Portage took an AR Reading Challenge for the first trimester. The goal was for each child to reach 6 points for the trimester. As an incentive, Mrs. Cruz promised a fun-filled surprise day if each student earned twice that many points …
Aspiring dental hygienist Nichole Jones works on student veteran Portia O'Neal. "Many sicknesses stem from the mouth, and so I want to help give them a healthy smile," Jones said.
Pictured here is the 2014 board of directors of the Calumet City Chamber of Commerce along with the installing officers and the Calumet City mayor. From left are Loren Bult; Tom Cornwell; Jane Rowland; Chris Martin; Yolanda Lott; Cindi Hall; Janice Minton-Kutz; Calumet City Mayor Michelle Ma…
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Jason Tsirtsis, Northwestern wrestler
Jon Caffarelli, Manchester cross country
Providence Real Estate Development is brightening the spirits of home buyers this holiday season with three great offers starting with a free full set of whirlpool kitchen appliances.
Ballerinas Holly O'Donald of Bloomington, Ill., (from left), Sophia Johncox of Jackson, Mich., Kaci King of Valparaiso, Ella Grace Weerts of Delavan, Wis., Samantha Schmaling of Racine, Wis. and Carol Dilts of Gary are among performers in The Joffrey Ballet's "The Nutcraker."
Julianne Kinasiewicz, of Portage, performs as Clara in Ruth Page Civic Ballet's production of "The Nutcracker."
The median on the Borman Expressway was a vast expanse of grass in the late 1950s. Since then, lanes have been added as traffic increased. There now is no more room left for additional lanes on the expressway. The speed limit has also jumped to 55 mph, from the 40 mph shown in this photo.
In its first stage, the Borman Expressway was a four-lane highway, with two lanes in each direction.
It has been decades since a major interstate highway was built in Northwest Indiana. To help illustrate this, The Times asked historian Richard Lytle of the Hammond Public Library to search for images of the Borman Expressway's early years in the library's archives. Much has changed since 19…
Ever since its opening, the Borman Expressway has seen traffic accidents. Congestion on the road has increased since this photo from the late 1950s.
An crash on the Borman Expressway during the late 1950s. Note the shoulder isn't paved. In the early 1970s, the expressway was extended east of the Ripley Boulevard interchange. Before then, drivers had the choice of exiting to the Indiana Toll Road or Ind. 51.
Craig Earley is a member of the Lowell Town Council.
Tom Mula's "Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol" explores the backstory of Ebenezer Scrooge's business partner, before his ghostly Christmas return.
Elaine Wojcinski is hosting her annual Christmas Open House fundraiser from noon to 4 p.m. today at her home, 9005 Idlewild Drive, Highland, for Savior of the World Family Home in Sierra Leone, Africa. Elaine's Dolls sells antique and vintage dolls, and performs doll repair, and as a board m…
WWII Veteran Dewey Larson and POA President Cindy Kirby, standing, and Dr. Suwan, Vietnam veterans Donald Huls and Paul Seamon, seated, gathered at Lake Louise Clubhouse for an event in honor of World Kindness Day.
Junior Girl Scout Troop 86, 4th graders at Central Elementary School in Valparaiso, spent a day at Sunset Hill County Park picking up trash and learning how to be comfortable in the outdoors. The girls learned how to build a fire, cooked their lunch and s’mores over the fire, took an observa…
U.S. Air Force Tech Sgt. Eugene Hanyzewski, right, stands next to a fellow airman during one of the bitterly cold winter days during the Korean War.
Eugene Hanyzewski's Korean War photo album includes an image of the radar antenna and related equipment he used more than 60 years ago.
Eugene Hanyzewski, 87, of Highland, shows photos from his days in the Korean War. Hanyzewski served in the U.S. Air Force, where he operated radar equipment.
Eugene Hanyzewski stands outside a semitrailer that served as the control room for a radar unit he operated during the Korean War.
T.F. South assistant football coach Paul Massat, left, poses with former Eastern Illinois teammate and Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo in this 2010 photo.
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Marian Catholic's Tyler Ulis goes in for a shot against Etiwanda, Calif. defenders Saturday afternoon at the Chicago Elite Classic.
Marian Catholic's John Oliver, left, and Ezra Pointer-Jones look to rebound in saturday's game against nationally ranked Etiwanda, Calf. The Times No. 1 Spartans lost 74-68.
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