CROWN POINT | The Lake County Council has tentatively passed a 3 percent pay raise for most, but not all full-time county government employees.
CROWN POINT | The Lake election board abruptly dropped its investigation of Republican campaign finances Tuesday.
CROWN POINT | Republicans have opted not to oppose six incumbent Democratic elected officials this fall.
Mark Leyva is pretty much the poster child for what’s wrong with the Lake County Republican Party.
HAMMOND | Lake County Republicans say they are upset their one-time standard-bearer, George T. Janiec, voted as a Democrat in last month's primary.
The Indiana Republican Party has ruled in favor of the Lake County GOP's current leadership in a case involving a complaint by the former chairwoman. The state party missed an opportunity to provide strong guidance.
CROWN POINT | Lake County Council members said Tuesday they are considering pay raises next year for all county government employees.
Are you a "little guy" feeling stomped upon by bigger local government?
CROWN POINT | Lake County isn't voting early or often this month.
Lake County government is now alone in declining to pay for ethics training for employees. That's shameful. Porter and LaPorte counties have already committed to joining the Shared Ethics Advisory Commission.
Who knew Lake County government could exercise a measure of fiscal restraint?
It's clear the Lake County GOP needs some serious counseling for an acute case of split personality disorder.
WINFIELD | Lake County Republican officials say one of their candidates hurt the party by friending a Democratic candidate's Facebook page.
I don’t know how Lake County Republicans can get anyone to take them seriously.
Lake County needs a strong two-party system, but the infighting in the Lake County Republican Party isn't helping.
You better watch what and who you "Like" on Facebook. You never know who might use a simple tap of the mouse against you.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County Council narrowly voted to borrow $20 million to launch a consolidated E-911 service despite concerns about the cost.
GARY | Members of Northwest Indiana's law community are mourning the loss of Lake Superior Court Judge Gerald N. Svetanoff.
CROWN POINT | A lot of old faces will populate the new year's upcoming election ballot.
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Should the Indiana attorney general's office compel all Lake County municipalities to merge E-911 dispatch services?