A story in Sunday's sports section misstated the event Portage's Bobbie Russell won at the Duneland Athletic Conference gymnastics meet. She finished first on the vault.
A police officer's name was misspelled in a story published in Saturday editions. Hammond police Sgt. Christopher Gootee testified during a bond hearing for Elias Costello, who is accused of removing an ankle monitor while on pretrial release in several criminal cases.
Andrean's Eric Goodes was misidentified in a box score from the 59ers' boys basketball game against Munster in Saturday's sports edition. The Times regrets the error.
The schedule of upcoming high school girls basketball games in the sports section has been misstating the start time for Saturday's Class 4A LaPorte semistate game between Hamilton Southeastern and Crown Point. The game is scheduled to start at 3 p.m.
A story in Sunday's edition should have included the name of Democrat Benita White-Arnold as a candidate for East Chicago city clerk.
Two stories, published Oct. 25 and Jan. 30, about Alex Hughes, the man charged in the Sept. 30 Hobart Walmart shooting, and his girlfriend, Shaqueta L. Wright, require clarification and correction. Police sought a warrant to search Wright's Gary home for Hughes' cellphone, any 9 mm firearms …
A story Thursday about a court hearing for a Valparaiso woman accused of kicking a toddler during an attack in Merrillville should have said a judge reduced bond. Lake Criminal Court Judge Diane Boswell reduced bond for Man-nisha Bowers from $150,000 surety to $50,000 surety or $5,000 cash d…
A story in Tuesday's sports section misstated the date of the regular-season girls basketball game between Crown Point and Kankakee Valley. It was Jan. 15.
It was incorrectly reported in Thursday's edition of the Casino Scene column that the $100 buy-in for the $42,000 slot tournament at Blue Chip Casino, Hotel, & Spa in Michigan City scheduled for Feb. 22 included overnight hotel accommodations. The buy-in does not include overnight hotel …
A story in Wednesday editions about murder charges filed in the homicide of David Carte, of Gary, requires clarification because of incorrect information contained in a probable cause affidavit. Carte was taken to a local hospital and transferred to Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood.
A story in Wednesday's edition of The Times misstated which public notices no longer would be required to be published in local newspapers if House Bill 1212 is enacted at the Statehouse. It is sheriff's sale notices of foreclosed properties.
A list of candidates filing for office in Friday's edition misspelled the name of Dyer Town Council candidate Stevon Bell, a Republican running for the Ward 1 seat.
Alayna Ortiz, 18, of South Haven, was fatally shot Jan. 9 in a parking lot at the Park West Apartments in Griffith. A story in Thursday's edition had the date incorrect.
Steve Dalton's name was misspelled in a story in Thursday editions. Dalton is the CPA who worked on Portage Mayor James Snyder's tax returns in 2010 and 2011.
Melvin Craig III, 19, is a candidate for the Crown Point City Council. A story in Tuesday's Times had his age incorrect.
Hobart's Nathan Schammert was misidentified in a wrestling story about the Lake County Championships in Sunday's edition. Schammert is a junior. He lost in the 126-pound finals last season to Clark's Daniel More-Diaz. The Times regrets the errors.
Saturday's story about a former Michigan City mall Santa should have said Michele Hansford is 47. The Times regrets the error.
A story in Wednesday's edition about Valparaiso University men's basketball teams's loss to High Point should have stated that Brandonn Kamga made the final shot for High Point. The Times regrets the error.
A story Saturday about a foamy, scummy discharge into the Burns Waterway from the U.S. Steel Midwest facility in Portage requires clarification. An EPA spokeswoman initially said Friday she was not aware of a response by the agency but was researching the question. On Monday, EPA said it had…
Saturday's story on allegations of bullying at East Chicago's Washington Elementary School should have said Dante Dinkins is dean of students there. The Times regrets the error.
The Valparaiso Clerk-Treasurer is Sharon Emerson Swihart. Her name was incorrect in a story in Friday's edition of The Times regarding the candidacy of Holly Taylor. The Times regrets the error.
The new Franciscan Health Michigan City hospital holds its open house from noon to 4 p.m. Dec. 8.
Fegely Middle School basketball parent William Fields' name was misidentified in a story in Wednesday's edition. The name of the school, Indian Trail Middle School, was also incorrect. The Times regrets these errors.
A story in Monday's editions contained incorrect information about the bidding process for Shops 96, a sizable commercial development at U.S. 41 and 96th Place in St. John.
A photo caption in Sunday's sports section misspelled a Chesterton girls basketball player's name. Her name is Marney Sisson. The Times regrets the error.
In Wednesday's edition, the totals for the Indiana Senate District 6 race should have had with Rick Niemeyer 15, 695 and Ryan Farrar with 10,830. The Times regrets the error.
A story in Monday's edition incorrectly described the aquifer in the area of a controversial dairy proposal in Newton County. The aquifer is surficial, or close to the surface.
A story in Tuesday's edition about Michelle Roby, a former deputy controller, incorrectly stated that Gary City Councilwoman LaVetta Sparks-Wade accused Roby of making unauthorized money transfers.
Crossroads YMCA kicks off a countywide drive Thursday to help stock the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana.
A story in Tuesday's editions about Michelle Roby, a former deputy controller, incorrectly stated Gary City Councilwoman LaVetta Sparks-Wade accused Roby of making unauthorized money transfers.
A story in the Sunday's edition titled “Four vying for two spots on Cedar Lake Town Council,” misidentified candidate Charles Kortokrax’s occupation. The Times regrets this error.
A story in Saturday's paper about the Crown Point vs. Portage football game misstated one of the Bulldogs' offensive statistics. Crown Point had one offensive play in the first quarter. The Times regrets the error.
A Sept. 30 story about the boys cross country Duneland Athletic Conference meet misstated the intentions of a celebration by Crown Point. The Bulldogs did not taunt Valparaiso after the Vikings were announced as runner-ups, but instead were cheering because they realized in that moment they …
A Safe Haven Baby Box to be installed at the Chesterton Fire Department will be branded as a Safe Haven Baby Box.
A story in Wednesday's edition about Eric Krieg’s pipe bombing case should have said he is also accused of mailing a threatening letter received Sept. 29, 2017, by a Hammond city worker.
A story ran in Saturday's edition about the Sierra Club’s reaction to NIPSCO’s announcement it might retire its coal-fired generating units faster requires clarification. While Steve Francis of the Sierra Club's Hoosier Chapter offered praise for NIPSCO's plan, the Sierra Club's Indiana Beyo…
Due to an editing error, the headline of a story in Friday's edition about an Indiana Supreme Court ruling should have said the cities may be liable when on-duty police officers break the law. The Times regrets the error.
A story in Tuesday's sports section misstated the day the Gary RailCats defeated the Kansas City T-Bones 3-2. It was Monday. The same story should have stated that the RailCats set a team record for regular-season wins with 59.
A story in Sunday's edition about the funeral of Amanda Borgia incorrectly identified one of her children. Her children are Jax Connor and Tanner James. The Times regrets the error
A box score in Monday's sports section misspelled the last name of a Chesterton girls soccer player. Her name is Sydney Stott. The Times regrets the error.
Sunday's story about the Falling Waters cottage homes should have said 20 existing lots in four sections would be carved into 28 smaller lots for these homes. The Times regrets the error.
In the Porter County edition of Wednesday's paper, an A1 teaser stated there would be a story on A2 about a drowning incident. Due to a design error, the story did not appear. The Times regrets the error.
In a story in Saturday's edition of The Times, Hobart Detective Sgt. Steve Houck's name was misspelled. The Times regrets the error.
A box score in Thursday’s sports section was incorrect in who scored Crown Point’s goal in the Bulldogs’ girls soccer game against Lake Central. Kelly Shaffer scored the goal on an assist from Emmie McConnell.
A story published on A1 of Thursday's newspaper incorrectly stated T. Edward Page was Lake County's first criminal court commissioner. He was actually the county's first magistrate judge. The Times regrets the error.
The federal murder case against Ivan Reyes of Calumet City, Illinois, will be forwarded to the capital case section of the U.S. Justice Department for review in December to determine if the death penalty will be sought. Local prosecutors do not determine death penalty charges.
A story about Lake Central School Corp. resource officers gave the incorrect rank and misspelled the name of St John Cpl. Mike Moffitt.
Valparaiso High School girls golfer Grace Cusson won medalist honors at the New Prairie Invitational on Tuesday; however, her score was misstated in Wednesday's sports section. Cusson carded a 72. The Times regrets the error.
A story published Wednesday incorrectly identified an East Chicago homicide victim. Brian Thomas, 33, of Hammond, died after a shooting Saturday in the 4900 block of Kennedy Avenue. The Times regrets the error.