EAST CHICAGO | City Council President Lenny Franciski issued a news release Thursday to address rumors that the City Council is attempting to close down the City Court.
CROWN POINT | City Judge Kent Jeffirs wants for his courtroom what most other courtrooms already have: a metal detector.
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.
LAKE STATION | Officials found little common ground during a special City Council meeting held Thursday to discuss revenue generated by the city courts.
LAKE STATION | The City Council is looking to possibly abolish city court by Jan. 1, City Attorney Ray Szarmach said.
CROWN POINT | Officials are rebuilding a city court budget slashed when the caseload was temporarily moved to county courts last year.
LAKE STATION | The City Council on Wednesday agreed to move two clerk positions back under the supervision of the city's clerk-treasurer.
CROWN POINT | City court will resume regular business Monday after the court and the Lake County prosecutor's office ironed out their differences.
HOBART| A 25-year-old Hammond man allegedly left his two young children alone inside a car while he went into city court, police said.
HOBART | The 51-year-old Hobart City Court was long overdue for an upgrade, bailiff Randy Stewart said.
HOBART | Longtime residents Dennis and Ceci Schuman were first in line Friday to tour the new Police, Court and Community Complex.
HOBART | Police are investigating a burglary reported to have occurred at Hobart City Court offices, 414 Main St., last week.
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