SCHERERVILLE | Schererville Civic Funds Inc. recently awarded academic grants to four 2014 Lake Central High School graduates.
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Campagna Academy is hosting a very special Spaghetti Dinner from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Sept. 5 to honor the 90th birthday of Campagna Academy’s late founder, the Rev. Michael Campagna.
GARY | Get a preview of the upcoming documentary film “Shifting Sands” at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore’s Paul H. Douglas Center for Environmental Education, 100 N. Lake St. A 10-minute trailer for the film will be shown. Then, join the film’s executive producer, …
MUNSTER | Humane Society Calumet Area will extend its hours this entire weekend with adoption fees waived for everyone today through Sunday as part of the ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge. Shelter hours all three days are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 421 45th St. All adoptions require an approved a…
MERRILLVILLE | Merrillville Animal Hospital, 6226 Cleveland St., will host a giant yard sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday to benefit the Humane Society of Northwest Indiana.
Highland Christian School teacher Rick Vander Woude is one of two Indiana teachers to receive the Patricia Behring Teacher of the Year Award.
HAMMOND | Rescuing and nurturing abandoned or hurt animals is nothing new to Joe Michalik, a volunteer at the Indiana Welcome Center.
HEBRON | The selection of someone to fill the remaining term of town Councilwoman Joyce Kaczmarski will take place at a party caucus to be held at 7 p.m. Sept. 12 at the town's community center.
VALPARAISO | The city's Park Board approved a $2.78 million 2015 budget Tuesday that includes 3 percent raises for all employees.
EVANSVILLE, Ind. | Like any major brick-and-mortar event, February's grand opening of the Evansville Museum's new atrium entrance proved a popular draw, pulling 900 people to the museum in one day.
INDIANAPOLIS | Hoosiers purchasing health insurance on Indiana's federally run marketplace next year will select from at least 975 plans offered by nine companies, up from four companies and 278 plans this year.
INDIANAPOLIS | House Democratic Leader Scott Pelath warned Thursday that 70 state employees in LaPorte County will lose their jobs if the Indiana Department of Correction closes the Camp Summit youth offender boot camp program.
Was last week's 35-28 win over South Bend Clay an aberration? A hiccup? The result of a long bus ride to nowhere? One thing's for sure. The Bucs coaching staff worked the kids hard to get ready for Friday night's game against Andrean. Beep, beep.
The Bombers new stealth offense with bells and whistles and neon hurt some necks last week against Kankakee Valley. Lord knows how much Ben Gay will be needed Friday night when North Newton comes to town. Points-a-palooza.
The Bulldogs travel to the land of the Cavemen Friday night with a big match-up against Mishawaka. C.P. won, 30-7, last year but the offense had a beard where right now it's peach fuzz. The fourth-quarter fury could set a trend.
The Red Devils found out they need more depth. It cost them the C.P. game and the Old Leather Helmet trophy. The winner of Friday night's Morton game gets a corn stalk and a razor. This one's big. The one in October will be even bigger.
Browse this slideshow to view The Times Indiana football Top 10 teams. How do you think your favorite team will do this week? (Last week's rankings in parentheses.)
The Times' Robert Blaszkiewicz and Crista Zivanovic discuss legal challenges of marriage equality and Indiana's right-to-work laws, and tourism in Indiana. (8/28/14)
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mike Pence has tapped a suburban Indianapolis state representative to head the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A father says his 6-week-old son was snatched from him by a man and woman in a daylight armed attack in which he was knocked unconscious in an Indianapolis alley, police said Thursday.
Planting Possibilities participants hops you will join them from 4 to 6 p.m. today at Campagna Academy, 7403 Cline Ave., Schererville for an open house. Attendees will be able to tour the hoop house, greenhouse, and “Field of Dreams” while enjoying hors d’ oeuvres and refreshments.
SCHERERVILLE | Omni Health & Fitness and the National Exercise Trainers Association, a nonprofit fitness professional association, are co-sponsoring two nationally-recognized workshops which are open to the public.
LAKE STATION | An Educator Open House will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. today at Bellaboo’s Play and Discovery Center, inside Three Rivers County Park at 2800 Colorado St. Preschool and early elementary grade teachers are invited to learn about the variety of Discovery Trips at Bellaboo’s …
WHITING | The City of Whiting welcomed three new firefighters this month at the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.
I always thought I had a fairly good grasp of the many talented musicians from Whiting, but I recently read about a young man of whom I had never before heard.
Patrick Rose, of Crown Point, is looking forward to a hands-on career in engineering.
VALPARAISO | As excavation begins to prepare for construction of Valplayso: the Next Generation park on Glendale Boulevard, project organizers already are working hard to get more donors and more volunteers.
MUNSTER | Franciscan Medical Specialists’ newest facility was blessed and dedicated last month during a packed ceremony. The blessing program performed by the Rev. Gregory Holicky was hosted by Barb Greene, president of Franciscan Healthcare Munster; Sister Jane Marie Klein, O.S.F., chairper…
Ron Ranta, the unit director at the South Haven Boys and Girls Club sits back and gets three buckets filled with cold ice and water Wednesday afternoon in the parking lot of the Boys and Girls Club in South Haven.
Staff members at the South Haven Boys and Girls Club wait their turn to get soaked with ice cold water Wednesday afternoon as they accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
INDIANAPOLIS | An advertising campaign targeting students at Indiana's residential colleges and universities is spreading the message about the state's expanded Lifeline Law.
“Congress has never passed legislation with the specific purpose of reducing Americans’ religious freedom. It should not consider doing so now.”
VALPARAISO | The city's Parks Department might have to introduce water polo to its program choices in order to make any money from Creekside Golf Course for a while.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Officials are planning to install a set of security gates at the Indiana Governor's Residence in Indianapolis.
GARY | The Gary Commission on The Social Status of Black Males, in conjunction with the Minority Male Initiative & Student Support Services at Ivy Tech College, is sponsoring a Village Circle Talk, “The Devastating Impact That Violent & Obscene Lyrics Are Having on Our Youth,” from 6…
CROWN POINT | Thirty Crown Point High School students, three Senior Classical League college students and CPHS alumni, and two sponsors joined 1,800 other delegates this summer at the 61st annual National Junior Classical League Convention held at Emory University in Atlanta, Ga.
When I promised at the end of last winter that I would not complain about a hot summer, I had no idea that by the end of August I'd hoping I could complain. I know we have a few weeks left of “official summer,” so there is still a chance, slight though, but a chance.
HAMMOND | Volunteers are needed to join Books, Brushes & Bands for Education in the door-to-door Volunteers needed for second annual Book Brigade delivery of children’s books through several Hammond neighborhoods for the second annual Book Brigade.
As recreation director for the Calumet Memorial Park District, Thom Miller is excited to continue improving the lives of residents who use the facilities.
“History Speaks & A Cup of Tea” is a cemetery walk offered from 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 6 or 2 to 4 p.m. Sept. 7.
On the morning of Sept. 4, 1838, 859 Potawatomi were forced at gunpoint from their homes in northern Indiana and sent on foot and horseback to the “Unorganized Territory” of Kansas to begin a new life.
Chesterton keeper Anne Marie Radzik goes up to block a shot Tuesday night at Valparaiso.
Valparaiso's Grace Withrow splits a pair of Chesterton defenders Tuesday night on her way toward the goal.
After contct, Valparaiso's Rebecca Riley falls to the ground while Chesterton's Molly Wilson and Kayla Scheider advance Tuesday night.
Valparaiso's Kelly Landry tries to clear the ball before Chesterton's Caitlin Talaga can make a play Tuesday.
Valparaiso's Rebecca Riley slides and takes a shot past Chesteton's Jessica Leake on Tuesday night.
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