Fair Oaks Farms celebrated its ongoing mission to be an even more-major Northwest Indiana destination spot with the ceremonial groundbreaking on Thursday for the construction of its $15 million, 99-room hotel in partnership with Marriott/Fairfield Inn & Suites.

FRANCESVILLE — Rensselaer Central’s talented guard tandem of Morgan Fleming and Bianca Radtke led the offense and Fleming, Radtke and Lexi Healey sparked the defense in the Lady Bombers’ 61-20 blitzing of host West Central Thursday night.

Fair Oaks Farms celebrated its ongoing mission to be an even more-major Northwest Indiana destination spot with the ceremonial groundbreaking on Thursday for the construction of its $15 million, 99-room hotel in partnership with Marriott/Fairfield Inn & Suites.

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The Jasper County Superior Court held a hearing Wednesday, July 13, where a motion was made to consolidate and join the trials of defendants Yonatan Ramirez-Diaz, 20, Edwin Marquina-Valesquez,…

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Two Rensselaer residents were arrested on Wednesday after police found what they believed to be an active methamphetamine lab in the cab of the suspects’ pickup truck as it traveled through Ne…

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A legislative Republican spokesman says officials confronted a conservative Christian, anti-LGBT Ohio lawmaker months before his resignation to discuss allegations of extramarital conduct with men and to warn him to stay away from House staff.