LAKE STATION | The City Council moved funds around in the city court budget but in the end agreed to the $10,000 request by the city judge to add a part-time clerk.
LAKE STATION | The City Council is expected to give final approval to its 2014 city budget when it meets Thursday.
LAKE STATION | The City Court office is back to business as usual after a one-day closure to the public last Thursday, City Judge Chris Anderson said.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County election board voted Tuesday to keep polling places for the May 7 referendum in Munster unchanged from last year's locations.
The heat is on in Lake Station, where discussion of the city court erupted into shouting and heated exchanges at the City Council meeting last week. Despite all the sound and fury, there is an opportunity for rational analysis.
LAKE STATION | The City Council on Thursday unanimously agreed to abandon plans to abolish its City Court by Jan. 1, 2014.
LAKE STATION | The City Council is looking to possibly abolish city court by Jan. 1, City Attorney Ray Szarmach said.
LAKE STATION | The stepdaughter of Mayor Keith Soderquist has filed a discrimination claim against City Judge Chris Anderson.
LAKE STATION | Lake Station City Judge Chris Anderson recalls a feeling of disbelief when learning last summer most city officials turned against him.
LAKE STATION | City Judge Chris Anderson had his supervisory rights and court budget permanently returned to him following a court order issued Monday.
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