Hammond Councilman Bill Emerson persuaded his colleagues to pass a resolution that prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation or identity. If you think that sounds like a no-brainer, think again.
HAMMOND | A Hammond city councilman wants to turn the site of a former train loading area at 173rd Street and Lyman Avenue into a dog park.
HAMMOND | A proposal to place signs listing phone numbers of city officials near infrastructure projects was pulled following a disagreement on names that should appear.
HAMMOND | As construction on the Monon Trail wraps up, a Hammond city councilman wants to make sure signs are installed to alert drivers of the new pathway.
HAMMOND | City Councilman Bill Emerson on Monday requested a traffic study because of complaints that motorists are using neighborhood streets to avoid 169th Street.
HAMMOND | Reports of late-night visitors at Oak Hill Cemetery may lead to new security requirements.
HAMMOND | The Indi-Illi Crime Watch extra patrols will continue, Police Chief Brian Miller said.
I just wanted to extend a congratulatory hand to Bill Emerson for his enthusiasm! This man is obviously up to the task for councilman of the 4th Ward.
HAMMOND | The city's 4th District primary May 3 will give one Democrat a chance in November to unseat the Hammond City Council's only Republican: Kim Poland, who is also the city's GOP chairwoman.
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