Death in Paradise

Casualties to surge as Michael Jordan gives $1M in hurricane relief to Bahamas By Erick Johnson With the death toll still rising and thousands of residents...

Colorado State University Defends White Students’ ‘Wakanda Forever’ Blackface Photo

By NewsOne White students at Colorado State University should be in hot water but they are not over a disgusting photo they posted of themselves...

Virginia seminary designates $1.7 million for slavery reparations fund

A Virginia based Episcopal seminary is placing $1.7 million toward an endowment fund that is designed to pay reparations for slavery. The announcement of...

Is this tied to nearly half of all cancer in America?

By Lynn Hutley, health enews, a news service from Advocate Health Care A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated that overweight...

NIPSCO Awards $50,000 in Public Safety Education and Training Grants

Annual program funds local safety education and training projects in northern Indiana Fifteen organizations will receive grants from NIPSCO to help fund their safety education...

Officials extend weekend hours at Marquette Park

While beach season officially comes to an end on Labor Day, visitors to the beach will be able to enjoy beautiful Marquette Park a...

Student led consulting firm brings opportunities for students and businesses

A new business opens in Hammond. As part of an experiential learning program, Purdue University Northwest’s Problems in Public Relations’ students created a nonprofit consulting firm,...

Regional Club Director Rose Joiner receives leadership award

Rose Joiner, Regional Club Director, Honored for 35 Years of Dedication to Underserved Area Youth; Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Northwest Indiana Recieves...

Gary Public Works mobilizes 10 contractors to help with clean up

City’s Grass Cutting Initiative In Effect Gary residents should see a significant difference in the appearance of a number of areas in the city since...

Gary Launches 2020 Census Campaign

“Checking Our List and Checking It Twice—Get Counted” With Census Day less than eight months away, the City of Gary announced an official countdown to...