HAMMOND | Councilman Anthony Higgs, D-3rd, will sponsor a back-to-school supply giveaway from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Martin Luther King Park band shelter at the corner of Columbia and Lyons.
HAMMOND | The 12th annual Hammond back-to-school supply giveaway is set for Aug. 24 at Martin Luther King Jr. Park.
Hammond City Councilman Anthony Higgs is sort of right, but mostly wrong, to try to cut off casino funding for College Bound.
HAMMOND | A Hammond councilman wants the city to focus its gaming revenue on infrastructure work, contending at some point the College Bound scholarship program must come to an end.
HAMMOND | City Councilman Anthony Higgs was injured Thursday when he drove a car into the Calumet Tap.
HAMMOND | A Hammond City councilman has expressed dismay about the possibility of the Walmart on 165th Street closing for a larger store to open at the Cabela's site.
HAMMOND | The Hammond City Council approved new regulations on donation bins in the city at its final meeting of the year.
HAMMOND | Third District Councilman Anthony Higgs is sponsoring an event Aug. 18 to provide school supplies for students in need.
HAMMOND | The City Council adopted a policy Monday aimed at restricting nepotism in local government.
HAMMOND | The City Council voted to prohibit parking at the intersection of Lyman Avenue and Carroll Street.
HAMMOND | The City Council imposed new security requirements for the city's cemeteries Monday after problems at Oak Hill Cemetery.
HAMMOND | Reports of late-night visitors at Oak Hill Cemetery may lead to new security requirements.
Anthony W. Higgs
Anthony Higgs, candidate for Hammond councilman, 3rd District
HAMMOND | The Hammond City Council defeated a proposal that would have changed the city gun and weapon ban to comply with a new state law.
Hammond Mayor Tom McDermott Jr. looks like he is consolidating power on the City Council.
The Hammond City Council strangely considered scolding the council member they believed to be a whistle-blower who alerted the State Board of Accounts to alleged "ghost payrolling." The voters of Hammond should consider this response odd.
Apparently some of our elected officials are confused about the term "public servant." The officials, not the public, are to be the servants.
HAMMOND | Council President Anthony Higgs is pushing a plan to ban the public from criticizing City Council members during their meetings.
CROWN POINT | Hammond City Councilman Anthony Higgs, D-3rd, can stay at his workplace in the Lake County clerk's office, but was advised to look less intimidating to voters.
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