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Residents at Hartsfield Village Assisted Living had a great time getting motorcycle rides, thanks to Calumet Harley-Davidson.
Authorities have three suspects in custody after the fatal shooting of a Gary police officer early Sunday.The Lake County coroner's office identified the slain officer as 47-year-old Patrolman Jeffrey Westerfield.
Veteran Ron Miller served in the Korean War, helping the U.S. Army's transportation as an assistant yardmaster for a railroad yard in Inchon.
Mickey and Minnie Mouse were the grand mashals during Whiting's 95th annual Fourth of July parade. The Disney characters are there this year to help celebrate the city's 125th anniversary.
Bleu Lotus Yoga Studio in Chesterton offers a class on the Indiana Dunes State Park beach.
This week's Roundtable discusses this week's U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case and another ruling upholding a Munster couple's same-sex marriage, along with Indiana's health care and education requests to the federal government.
Hobart's Brandon Murray talks about his season.
Andrean's Dave Pishkur talks about his team's state championship season.
North Township Trustee Frank Mrvan talks with The Times' Crista Zivanovic and Doug Ross about his work in East Chicago, Hammond, Highland, Munster and Whiting.
The Times Illinois baseball coach of the year Mark Kjenstad talks with sports writer Mike Nieto.
The Times Illinois baseball player of the year talks with sports writer Mike Nieto.
Transit police are asking for the public's help in identifying the man seen on this surveillance video image. He is believed to be a suspect in an attack of an 84-year-old man at the Hammond South Shore Station Friday morning.
The June 26 edition of the Roundtable discusses the ruling striking down Indiana's ban on gay marriage, the cancellation of the air show at Fair Oaks Farms and a compromise between Porter County and Porter Regional Hospital on their tax assessment.
A federal judge ruled Indiana's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, allowing couples to visit the Lake County Clerk's office for marriage licenses and to get married.
New Orleans Saints running back Pierre Thomas was back in his hometown of Lansing, Illinois, for his annual youth football camp. He talked with the media about safety issues in the NFL and risk of lingering effects from concussions.
New Orleans Saints running back and T.F. South alumnus Pierre Thomas returned to his hometown Lansing to coordinate his annual youth football camp.
Publisher Chris White and The Times Media Co. hosted more than 25 business professionals Tuesday during Lake Area United Way's Breakfast with the Vanguard, a new leadership-level initiative aimed at building collaboration and network opportunities.
In 2012, The Jackson Brothers returned "back home" as they jumped onstage in the middle of 2300 Jackson Blvd. to graciously accept the Key to the City from Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson. Hundreds of fans flocked the streets where the Jacksons grew up and recollected the schools they attend…
U.S. Sen. Dan Coats, R-Ind., speaks Monday on the Senate floor about recent claims by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that the agency lost the e-mails of Lois Lerner, the former director of the IRS Exempt Organizations Unit, and six of her IRS subordinates.
Portage's Elliott Sortillo was 15 years old when he enlisted with the Army. He was quickly in Korea where he was captured and spent 30 months as a POW.
Andrean added to its trophy case, bringing home the Class 3A baseball championship with a 6-0 win over Gibson Southern at Victory Field in Indianapolis.
Mount Carmel's David Dobrinich talks about playing in U.S. Cellular Field.
The Battle of Stones River marked the Civil War's eighth bloodiest battle as 41,000 Union and 35,000 Confederate troops clashed near Murfreesboro, Tenn. The Times' Marc Chase visited the Stones River National Battlefield where hundreds of men from Porter, LaPorte and Lake counties fought in …
Lowell's Bill Vermillion celebrated his 90th birthday in June and continues to work as bell captain at the Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza. He wouldn't want it any other way.
The June 19 edition of the Roundtable discusses the problem of delinquent property taxes in Gary; E-911 consolidation in the region; and the Indiana Secretary of State's trying to clean up voter rolls.
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