HOBART | Silverstone Crossing, a commercial property approved by Hobart more than six years ago, remains stalled.
HOBART | The Board of Works has paved the way for future improvements to 61st Avenue by granting the city attorney authority to begin eminent domain proceedings if necessary.
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.
LAPORTE | Mayor Milo formally announced that Rebecca D. Meyer will be appointed as the incoming City Attorney. Current City Attorney Don Baugher will be retiring at the end of August after serving for over 15 years under Mayors Smith, Chroback, Morris and Milo.
HOBART | City officials have approved a three-year extension for completion of a portion of the yet-to-be-developed Silverstone Crossing.
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HOBART | Silverstone Crossing, a long-stagnant commercial development, is slated for a future auction sale, a lawyer for one of the property owners said.
LAKE STATION | The City Council on Thursday unanimously agreed to abandon plans to abolish its City Court by Jan. 1, 2014.
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.
LAKE STATION | A recent night court turned into a two-day ordeal for a Griffith woman hoping to get her son out of jail.
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 | City Council members unanimously approved a state-mandated nepotism policy last week, but they made it clear they weren't pleased about the order.
HAMMOND | The Hammond City Council is changing its ban on guns in city buildings to comply with a state law that allows people to conceal guns everywhere except buildings with courthouses.
HAMMOND | The Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission has dismissed a complaint against Hammond City Attorney Kris Kantar because it didn't raise a "substantial question of misconduct."
HAMMOND | A Hammond man has asked the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission to investigate his claim that politics motivated a city code enforcement case against him.
PORTAGE | The City Council on Tuesday approved settling three legal claims against the city on the recommendation of the Advisory Claims Board.
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