CEDAR LAKE | The Indiana Court of Appeals has found the Cedar Lake parks department's former director, Mary Joan Dickson, was fired without cause and is entitled to unemployment benefits.
ST. JOHN | The town no longer owns its roads. Sort of.
St. John officials are complaining about their share of funding the consolidated E-911 operations. Just what we need -- yet another obstacle in the path of this project.
ST. JOHN | St. John officials fear they are going to be overcharged for their participation in a consolidated E-911 network.
HOBART | A 1971-era McDonald's on Ridge Road in Hobart will be demolished next spring and a new restaurant will be built in its place, attorney David Austgen said.
CROWN POINT | Talks between the mayor and a plaintiff in lawsuits naming the city and the library could lead to a solution outside of court, city officials said Wednesday.
CROWN POINT | The Board of Zoning Appeals on Tuesday again deferred action on a variance for the Crown Point Community Library employee parking lot after questions were raised by zoning board members.
ST. JOHN | Despite the announced closing of the Kmart along U.S. 41 in late December, St. John officials point to other encouraging economic news for this year.
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Should the Indiana attorney general's office compel all Lake County municipalities to merge E-911 dispatch services?