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  • Mesh used in pelvic surgeries under scrutiny

    Mesh used in pelvic surgeries under scrutiny
    The pain began almost immediately after Cheryl Sorrels had pelvic surgery to correct a bulging bladder three years ago. There was also a lot more bleeding than she expected. Sorrels chalked that up to a difficult recovery. It wasn't until the 58-year-old...
  • Love of beer reigns at Dark Lord Day

    Love of beer reigns at Dark Lord Day
    On one of the most important days on the beer calendar, when fevered drinkers from across the U.S. travel to Munster, Ind., to buy one of the world’s rarest beers, the unthinkable happened. Cradling a box of his newfound bounty, a man in jeans...
  • Gluten-free beers

    Gluten-free beers
    I often wonder how I would enjoy life with a sensitivity to gluten. Spaghetti is hands-down my favorite food and I would have a hard time giving up sandwiches. But imagining the horror of a beer-free existence led me to explore gluten-free brews, and...
  • Theatre at the Center announces 2012 plans

    Theatre at the Center, the Equity musical house in Munster, Ind., has announced its 2012 season. The company operates on the calendar year. Musical titles include "Always ... Patsy Cline" (staged by Brian Russell and running Feb. 23 to April 1); "Little...
  • Make way again for the Molly! 'Christmas Schooner' sails into Mercury

    "The Christmas Schooner" will dock again for the holidays on the North Side of Chicago.  The Mercury Theatre, 3745 N. Southport Ave., will house a new production of the sentimental musical by John Reeger and Julie Shannon about the ships that once braved...
  • Report: Former Orlando priest files for bankruptcy after molestation accusation

     
    A former Orlando priest, facing a trial after allegations that he molested an Indiana teen, has filed for bankruptcy according to NWITimes.com. Richard Emerson reportedly filed for Chapter 7 personal bankruptcy in a Georgia court on Feb. 24. Most...
  • Police: Drunk Driver Had Man's Body Hanging From Truck

    Police: Drunk Driver Had Man's Body Hanging From Truck
    LAKE STATION, Ind. -- Police say officers who stopped a speeding driver found the body of a man hanging from the back of his pickup truck. Lake County court documents say an officer spotted blue jeans hanging from the truck's tailgate when he caught up...
  • Doctor is missing in Northwest Indiana

    Doctor is missing in Northwest Indiana
    Police in Northwest Indiana are asking for the public's help in finding a Munster, Ind., eye doctor who has been missing since March 21. Doctor Promila Mehta-Paul, 70, was last seen last Monday at her medical office on Kennedy Avenue in Highland, Ind.,...
  • Search for missing NW Indiana doctor continues

    Search for missing NW Indiana doctor continues
    Authorities are still looking for Dr. Promila Mehta-Paul. They asked for the public's help in locating the northwest Indiana physician who's been missing now for almost a week. The ophthalmologist was last seen alive by her office staff on Monday, March...
  • Munster police issue alert for missing doctor's car

    Munster police issue alert for missing doctor's car
    Police in Munster, Ind., today asked for the public's help in locating the car belonging to an ophthalmologist who has been missing more than a week. Dr. Pomila Mehta-Paul was last seen March 21 at her medical office in Highland, Ind. Police said they...
  • Still no sign of missing Indiana doctor

    Still no sign of missing Indiana doctor
    There is still no sign of a missing doctor from Northwest Indiana, after search crews combed a pond near her home Wednesday morning. Several departments were looking for clues in the disappearance of Munster, Indiana Dr. Promila Mehta-Paul. She was...