Building components that the local solid waste district purchased three years ago and then stored unused at the old county landfill now have a bidder.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb has posthumously awarded one of the state's highest honors to a pillar of Northwest Indiana's Romanian and athletic communities.
GARY — U.S. Sen. Todd Young, R-Indiana, announced Monday he is calling for a federal task force to examine the impact a lack of affordable housing on Northwest Indiana.
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GARY — The Rev. Al Sharpton, an outspoken preacher and civil rights activist who is famous for leading the fight against racial prejudice and injustice in the United States, recalled when he first came to Gary, a young man of 18 in 1972, and met former Mayor Richard Hatcher.
INDIANAPOLIS — Attorney General Curtis Hill Jr. appears to have violated an Indiana ethics law prohibiting state officeholders from using their names or likenesses in audio, video or newspaper advertisements paid for with state funds.
PAOLI — With two music stages, local vendors and people nestled together in a small wooded area by the Tomato Products Co. building, the sense of community was strong at Saturday’s first PaoliFest.
More than 1,500 student-oriented bedrooms could be added to Bloomington's housing stock if all of the proposals set to be reviewed by the Bloomington Plan Commission are approved.
The faces of the 45th class of the Indiana University Police Academy looked as if they were made of stone when they entered their graduation ceremony Saturday morning.
It wasn’t what he expected to find.
Enrollment at preschool programs across Northwest Indiana continues to grow as educators and parents focus on the importance of early childhood education.
A 28-year-old man was shot after police say he was approached by two unidentified men Saturday afternoon at a Gary apartment complex.
Life is busy for a lovely mermaid. There’s riding seahorses through shimmering sea foam capped with frothy white waves, finding the perfect rock on which to display their fish-like tails sheathed in iridescent spangles so they sparkle in the sunlight, combing their beautiful long locks and, of course, singing enticingly so that sailors forsake their duty and travel to their doom all to get a better look.
The That's So Region panel discusses private homeowners having security guards kicking people off a public beach in Long Beach, Gucci Mane and whether Wolf Lake Pavilion can be the next Ravinia, MTV's Too Stupid to Die, and why longtime host Matt Schubert left us for the Rocky Mountains.
EVANSVILLE — The Glass House-inspired design for Indiana University's new international center on the Bloomington campus wowed the IU Board of Trustees when it was revealed Friday.
You’ll want to find somewhere dark this weekend, Bloomington.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb is immediately implementing four of the 18 recommendations of his school safety task force, while leaving to the General Assembly decisions about proposals to expand youth mental health services and increase school safety funding.
The state has postponed plans to have restrictions along Ind. 45 for bridge work in Bloomington to accommodate Indiana University move-in traffic next week.
Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos said Monday on his monthly radio show there's a structure in place to make sure the athletic department avoids problems like what's currently plaguing Ohio State and Maryland.
"The new guys need to see the rhythm and the tempo and also understand that when I’m out there, everything is up,” the Packers quarterback says.
Bill Busch kept shouting the same sentence while the LSU defensive backs fought against the broom.