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Learn about the major sports competitions in the Paralympic Winter Games by watching this video.
Learn how blind and visually impaired athletes participate in the Paralympic Winter Games by watching this video.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Valparaiso offered a unique Ash Wednesday service, distributing ashes via drive-thru.
Craig Streicher, owner of Beck's Bakery in Crown Point, gave The Times a tour of his kitchen as his bakery makes hundreds of dozens of paczkis for Fat Tuesday.
Mike Strabavy, a former Bishop Noll and Indiana State two-sport standout, talks about how honored he is to be inducted into the Hammond Hall of Fame
Korean War veteran Fred Schultz of Munster talks about his experiences during his 15-month tour of duty as a radio operator with the U.S. Air Force.
After receiving a rescued American bulldog from Lake County Sheriff John Buncich in January, the Carmelite Sisters are helping Angel receive training to become a therapy dog for their young residents.
The Feb. 27 edition of the Roundtable discusses the fate of religious freedom legislation in Arizona and Indiana, Porter County's attempt to collect an employee's over paid salary and the administrative merger of Purdue North Central and Purdue University Calumet.
The U.S. Coast Guard and fire departments from Chesterton, Portage and Porter combined forces to practice ice rescue techniques on Lake Michigan.
Merrillville's Chief of Detectives Robert Wiley spoke with the media regarding the investigation of the murder of Piatak Meats employee Andrew Fugate on Nov. 4, 2013. Diane Cash, grandmother of the victim, also spoke with the media.
Merrillville Police released surveillance video of a white or light-colored SUV they believe was used by suspects involved in the murder of Piatak Meats employee Andrew Fugate on Nov. 4, 2013.
Edward Zurawski talks about his time as a supply sergeant in the U.S. Army, 45th Division during the Korean War.
The Genesis Convention Center has had little athletic opportunities for fans since the Gary Steelheads folded. Jewell Harris, former CEO for the Steelheads, and Chuck Hughes, executive director for the Gary Chamber of Commerce, discuss the building's options.
Four couples hit the dance floor competing in the annual Dancing with the Local Stars event, benefitting Lake Area United Way.
The Feb. 20 edition of the Roundtable looks at Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's plan for a business tax cut; Common Core and gay marriage in Indiana; and Gary school finances.
Highlights from Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson's state of the city address. She discusses crime, the deficit, education, the demolition of the downtown Sheraton Hotel and the development of the Gary/Chicago International Airport
Highlights from Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson's state of the city address. She discusses crime, the deficit, education, the demolition of the downtown Sheraton Hotel and the development of the Gary/Chicago International Airport.
Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson delivers Gary's State of the City address Wednesday at the Genesis Center.
Umbrella Ink Tattoo and pet rescue Guardians of the Green Mile devised an interesting fundraiser to help the rescue. Customers could purchase a special tattoo with a portion of funds going to the rescue.
Munster Fire Chief James J. Knesek Sr.'s 34 years of dedicated service to his community was apparent Tuesday by the turnout for his funeral Mass at St. Thomas More Catholic Church.
The Feb. 13 edition of the Roundtable discusses Indiana's battle over gay marriage, Lumenus USA's failed plan to bring Chinese students to Valparaiso High School and E-911 consolidation in Lake County.
Korean War veteran Ed Wroblewski discusses his time serving with the U.S. Navy.
This week's Roundtable (Feb. 7, 2014) discusses the RDA and South Shore extension, Indiana revenues and tax reform and Asian carp's effect on regional economy.
NWIgives is a one-day fundraising event on Feb. 12 that will unite all communities in Lake, Porter and La Porte counties to support the nonprofit charitable organizations serving our region. The goal is to inspire local residents to make a gift to their favorite charities, raising thousands …
Take a spin on Toyota's Off-Road track at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show.
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