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The Lions wound up drubbing the Bears 20-10 at Ford Field, ensuring the Bears (4-10) will finish with double-digit losses for the fourth consecutive season... [Read More]
Bulletin Board: A Post From the Community | Saturday, February 17, 7:30 p.m. Buy Tickets Here Two internationally renowned bands hailing from the iconic Chicago... [Read More]
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Months after allegations against Harvey Weinstein ignited a national conservation about sexual harassment, "Lord of the Rings" director Peter Jackson said... [Read More]
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The joke goes David Nwaba's not even the best athlete in his family, as his sister Barbara is an Olympic heptathlete, but the young Bulls... [Read More]
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On the Friday before Thanksgiving, Kenny Johnson left the Nelson Global Products plant in Clinton, Tennessee, for the last time. Having devoted nearly 13 years... [Read More]
This is the season when grocery lists for Christmas and Hanukkah require special ingredients and unique purchases for kitchen pantries and cupboards, including duck's blood... [Read More]
Lake County Councilman Jamal Washington will make court appearances in Lake and Porter counties. [Read More]
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Bulletin Board: A Post From the Community | St. Catherine Hospital, of East Chicago, hosted its 22nd annual Wings of Healing Angel Illumination Ceremony on... [Read More]
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This is the season when grocery lists for Christmas and Hanukkah require special ingredients and unique purchases for kitchen pantries and cupboards, including duck's blood... [Read More]
The state's public access counselor said the Gary schools emergency manager did not violate the state's open door law. [Read More]
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Area police departments took local children shopping for the holiday season. [Read More]
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Officers responded to a 911 hang-up where they found a woman in labor who was "in extreme pain." [Read More]
Police officers and firefighters in Chesterton say a lack of raises and low pay makes it difficult to recruit and retain first responders, but town... [Read More]
NIRPC is applying for a TIGER (Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery) grant that would pay about two-thirds of the Marquette Greenway trail project's $35.5 million... [Read More]
Bulletin Board: A Post From the Community | The Illinois Tollway anticipates drivers will get a jump start on this season's holiday travel on Friday,... [Read More]
The heated meeting Thursday culminated in a 4-3 vote to raise Lake Station sewer rates. [Read More]
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George Douglas came away from a Republican caucus Thursday as the new Valparaiso City Council member for the 5th District. [Read More]
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A man was indicted on a murder charge in the May homicide of a 24-year-old man in East Chicago. [Read More]
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As Porter County continues to see an increase in heroin overdose deaths, the coroner says the number would be higher if it weren't for the... [Read More]
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Valparaiso Title I school recognized for academic excellence... [Read More]
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