HOBART | Silverstone Crossing, a commercial property approved by Hobart more than six years ago, remains stalled.
HOBART | Following months of discussion, the City Council on Wednesday approved a tax abatement request for a medical center/office off 61st Avenue.
HOBART | A top five list of residents' complaints compiled by the city will be made part of a new property maintenance ordinance the City Council is considering.
HOBART | The Board of Public Works will handle approval of ongoing right of way acquisitions for the third and final phase of 61st Avenue improvements.
HOBART | The City Council agreed Wednesday to table and take a second look at a tax abatement request for a $3 million medical/office center.
HOBART | City officials have approved a three-year extension for completion of a portion of the yet-to-be-developed Silverstone Crossing.
HOBART | The city is limited in what it can do to protect residents from potential problems with contractors, City Attorney Anthony DeBonis said.
HOBART | The attorney for disciplined Hobart firefighter Lt. Mark Slonaker said he won't appeal his client's five-day suspension.
HOBART | Silverstone Crossing, a long-stagnant commercial development, is slated for a future auction sale, a lawyer for one of the property owners said.
HOBART | City officials moved up the disciplinary hearing for a suspended Hobart police officer after his attorney filed suit, City Attorney Anthony DeBonis said.
HOBART | Plans to construct a wastewater treatment plant in Hobart have been in the works for close to 16 years.
HOBART | The Board of Public Works told Robert Berndt it has given him ample time to clean up his debris-littered, unsafe home and farm.
HOBART | The Board of Public Works settled a $6,467 lawsuit with NIPSCO on Monday, hoping to recoup the money from a third party, City Attorney Anthony DeBonis said.
HOBART | The Board of Works on Wednesday authorized Emergency Medical Services Director Bob Scott to buy four electronic devices for resuscitating patients.
HOBART | Lake County Attorney John Dull is speculating that a mistake or mix-up in an unpaid tax bill led to 3.4 acres of Silverstone Crossing being sold in a recent tax sale.
HOBART | Hobart Fire Department captain and former chief, William "Bill" McCorkle, is retiring on the heels of an investigation into possible missing department funds.
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