A subhead in a story in Saturday's edition of The Times should have stated that police said George E. Ambroz, of Dyer, offered $300,000 for an underage girl in a Twitter post.
Thomas Gozdecki, a member of the Little Calumet River Basin Development Commission, made the motion at Wednesday night's meeting to extend the lease agreement with Maya Energy.
The $500 fine imposed on Robert Ramsey, Valparaiso, who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor driving while intoxicated charge Wednesday was suspended. The 60-day suspension of his driver's license was also stayed in lieu of accepting a 180-day specialized driving privilege option.
A story in Sunday editions incorrectly listed the admission charge for the Martin Xtreme Super Cross and Quad Racing grandstand show for the Lake County Fair's Preview Night Aug. 2.
Due to incorrect information initially provided by police, a girl who was injured in a crash Sunday on Interstate 65 in Jasper County was misidentified in a story Tuesday. The girl's name is Temara Sanders. The Times regrets the error.
Monday's story on the Portage Township Food Pantry looking for a new home should have said donations are being collected by the Porter County Community Foundation. Anyone interested in donating should send them to the foundation, c/o Portage Food Pantry Fund, 1401 Calumet Ave., Valparaiso, I…
A brief in Wednesday's editions should have stated prices for the Griffith VFW pork chop dinner, 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday, are $11 for dinner or $12 for carryout.
A story on Pierogi Fest in the Whiting section June 20 misstated the location of Big Frank's Sausage. The restaurant is in East Chicago. The Times regrets the error.
Thursday's story on the lease for the Porter County child support office at 15 N. Franklin in Valparaiso should have said the annual rent payment for 2019 wil be $89,512.47.
Because of a production error, the beginning of the hypnosis story was omitted from the June 13 edition of Get Healthy. The full story is available online at www.nwi.com. The story also is scheduled to run in its entirety in print in the Health and Fitness section of The Times June 22.
Sunday's editorial should have said there are two dispatchers per shift for the Chesterton and Porter police departments' combined dispatch center.
The Times has incorrectly referred to a Gary police officer in several recent stories, due to incorrect information provided by the Lake County prosecutor's office. Gary officer Dwayne Brown was not working as a bouncer during a brawl May 19 at Growlers on Highway in Highland. He and East Ch…
A story in Sunday's edition of The Times should have stated former Lake Juvenile Court Judge Mary Beth Bonaventura adopted a boy that had been a victim of child labor trafficking.
Monday's story about the United Way of LaPorte County's spring garden party should have said the group will no longer host a fall gala. Just announced, the group will hold a lip sync battle in November, with the winner receiving a donation to the charity of their choice.
A story about Dark Lord Day in Sunday's editions of The Times incorrectly stated the ingredients of Dark Lord beer.
Though the phone number for It's Just Serendipity in the Best of the Region section May 20, is correct as listed, the shop, which placed third in Best Antiques Store category, has requested that this number be used 219-512-4298.
A May 9 story about Dyer's residential and business development should have said the South Shore Line extension project is pending federal funding.
A brief story in Friday's editions of The Times had the wrong day listed for Whiting's Garage Mahal, which combines more than 200 garage and yard sales into one big community event. The event occurs 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 19, in Whiting and Robertsdale. For more information, 219-6…
The date of death of the longtime Griffith park superintendent was inadvertently changed due to an editing error in a story that ran in Monday's edition. Leonard Bezat died in 2016. The Times regrets the error.
A column that appeared in Thursday's edition of The Times incorrectly stated the number of days a school has to present a corrective action plan. The correct number is 90 days.
A story Thursday about a Nicole Lopez-Mendez misidentified her niece Stephanie Vargas. The Times regrets the error.
The Times made an error in a story that ran in Tuesday's edition. "Dine Out Day," created to help raise money for Lake Area United Way's mission of helping struggling working families, is Wednesday, May 2.
A story in Friday's edition about the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day contained a drop-off location that since has changed. The new Northwest Indiana location is the Indiana University Northwest IU Campus Police Department, 3400 Broadway in Gary. Hoosiers can conveniently, safely an…
An April 20 story on the relationship between unsafe sleep factors and Indiana infant deaths misidentified the state agency led by Dr. Jennifer Walthall. She is secretary of the Family and Social Services Administration.
"Due to incorrect information provided to The Times from content provider InsideSources.com, the Tax Day quiz that appeared in Sunday's edition had an incorrect answer. In 1944, Congress raised the top income tax rate to 94 percent."
Sunday's article on the proposed annexation of Birchwood Farms should have said the issue underwent an introductory reading March 23. The matter will have a public hearing on April 17 and will be up for final adoption May 15. The Times regrets the error.
A story in Sunday's Times should have stated that Debbie Chizewer represents the East Chicago Calumet Coalition Community Advisory Group.
The Times misidentified in a story in Tuesday's editions the judge who Christopher Hardin said he appeared before March 19 in Lake County Juvenile Court. It was Magistrate Judge Katherine J. Garza. The Times regrets this error.
Smoke alarms were present in a townhome at 302 Union St. when the Valparaiso Fire Department responded to a fire Saturday evening. The error was due to inaccurate information provided by the Fire Department.
A story published in Tuesday's editions of The Times incorrectly reported on Kristen Gober's bond at a court hearing Monday morning. It was her first bond reduction. Gober was arrested March 27 on a warrant with no bond afforded. A judge scheduled her bond at $200,000 at her initial hearing …
A story in today's business section should have stated that Off Square Brewing's flagship IPA is Long Day. Also the size of their capacity in brewing has always been a 20-barrel system. They just expanded from four fermenters to six.
In Sunday's progress edition, a chart with the Indiana Department of Education's school accountability grades for Region schools should have included Immanuel Lutheran School in Valparaiso, which received an A for the 2016-2017 school year.
A story in Sunday's edition about Easter trains contained incorrect contact information for the Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum in North Judson. The correct phone number and website are 574-896-3950 and hoosiervalley.org.
On Page A3 of Wednesday's edition, a story titled "L.C. supports student protest," the date of the walkout mentioned in the subhead and story should have been March 14.
An article on A10 of The Times' Friday edition incorrectly identified the law enforcement agency Ed Jenkins worked for in November 2014. He was a detective for the Lake County Sheriff's Office. The Times regrets this error.
Due to incorrect information provided, an article in Sunday's business section should have stated that Marlon Mitchell is a former Ivy Tech president.
A story in Wednesday's edition of The Times should have said Michael Fryzel resigned from the St. John Town Council in 2011. The Times regrets the error.
A headline published Tuesday should have said a pedestrian struck Sunday at the rail crossing near South Lake Street and Miller Avenue in Gary was expected to survive the accident.
These candidates were omitted from Saturday's edition of a story about candidate filings in Porter County.
The headline on a story in Sunday's edition about the Ohio Street reconstruction project near Franciscan Health Michigan City hospital should have said the road on the hospital's property will be paid for by Franciscan, not Michigan City taxpayers. The Ohio Street project, which will serve a…
A story published Saturday requires clarification. A hearing set for Feb. 20 regarding the proposed $20.68 million sale of the Lake Station water system to Indiana American Water will be preliminary, which means no evidence or testimony is typically presented.
An article in Thursday's editions should have quoted Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. as welcoming Carson’s retail store at the State of the City address and noting he believed it would be part of the municipality for years to come.
A story in Wednesday's edition had incorrect information. Lauren Calvillo, 16, was fatally shot on June 29, 2015. The Times regrets this error.
A story in the Times on Jan. 21 misidentified the Harvest Room restaurant that's coming to Munster.
In a Sunday Business column, the location of a Porkchop BBQ restaurant was incorrectly stated. The eatery is only at the Southlake Mall.
In a Sunday story about a robotics competition in Michigan City, several schools were incorrectly identified. Saylor, South Haven and Aylesworth elementary schools are part of the Portage Township School District. Saylor and South Haven are in South Haven. Aylesworth is in Portage.
A story Jan. 9 incorrectly characterized information in a probable cause affidavit. A Portage man told police he met with Montel R. Brooks, 24, of Gary, on Dec. 20 at Tyler Street and 24th Avenue in Gary after Brooks called and said "he was running the family business," court records state. …
A story on smash-and-grab robberies in the Michigan City area in Tuesday's edition should have said a Shell station along U.S. 12 at the Indiana-Michigan state line was robbed early Monday.
An article in Monday's edition should have said Raphael D. Perry is wanted by police on charges filed in Lake Criminal Court. The error was due to incorrect information from the Lake County Sheriff's Office.