Wednesday February 20 12:32 pm

Spotlighting events along the south shore of Lake Michigan


New Indiana Fishing Guide is out


Pick up your hard copy of the 2019-20 Indiana Fishing Guide this week from one of our properties or retailers. The guide will be available online soon.

Indiana Fish of the Year


Of the 89 fish entered in 2018, 36 awards were earned among 23 anglers for Fish of the Year. Several anglers won multiple categories. Caught by Jakob Kintzele, the state record walleye (photo) measured 31.25 inches.

Cubs announce 2019 Spring Training and regular season broadcast schedules


The Chicago Cubs announced their 2019 Spring Training and regular season broadcast schedules.

RailCats sign right-hander DeLeon


The Gary SouthShore RailCats signed right-handed pitcher Christian DeLeon to his first American Association contract on Thursday (2/7/2019).

Chicago Fire Soccer Club Acquires 2019 International Roster Spot from Minnesota United FC


The Chicago Fire Soccer Club announced today that the team has acquired an international roster spot for the 2019 MLS season from Minnesota United FC. In exchange, the Men in Red traded $125,000 in General Allocation Money and $75,000 in Targeted Allocation Money to Minnesota United.

‘Cats add pitching depth in pair of trades


The Gary SouthShore RailCats acquired four pitchers over the last two days in a pair of trades. On Monday, Gary acquired pitchers Jordan Cummings, Trevor Lubking, Matt Kostalos and cash from the Sussex County Miners of the Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball (Can-Am League) in exchange for outfielder D.K. Carey and catcher Andy Paz. On Tuesday, the RailCats acquired right-hander pitcher Chris Pennell from the Schaumburg Boomers of the Frontier League for a player to be named.

Bishop Noll swimmer being inducted into Indiana High School Swimming and Diving Hall of Fame

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Berta (Fotschky) Rogers, who set multiple state swimming records during her time at Bishop Noll, has been selected for April induction into the Indiana High School Swimming and Diving Hall of Fame.

Want to golf on the No. 1 golf course in the country?


If you’re a Hoosier, you probably won’t even have to pack a suitcase unless you want to play more than one day—and if so, there’s a hotel just steps away from the first hole.