HEBRON | More than half Hebron's economic development income tax money for the next two years will be going toward infrastructure -- past and future.
HEBRON | Already hard hit by the property tax caps, the Town Council approved a resolution Wednesday opposing Gov. Michael Pence's proposal to eliminate the personal property tax on businesses.
HEBRON | For the first time in five years, the town's Police Department will receive raises in January.
HEBRON | The announcement the council planned to hold a potentially historic meeting on Friday had to be quickly withdrawn after town officials were notified the historic element also was illegal.
HEBRON | Hebron is losing a councilman but could be gaining someone to take over the expense of maintaining the town's community center.
HEBRON | Christmas is going to come a little later than hoped for Hebron Fire Chief Chad Franzman and the town's volunteer fire department.
HEBRON | A fire station project that was growing like wildfire without any accompanying funds to pay for it has been rebooted, and the start of construction has been pushed back to spring.
HEBRON | The volunteers who call themselves Charley's Glorious Angels will hold their second fundraiser for the Alzheimer's Association Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Hebron Dairy Queen.
HEBRON | It was only a $1,474 purchase, but it could prevent a 650,000-gallon water spill at the north end of town.
HEBRON | The town will open bids at its May 21 meeting for trash pickup for the coming year and hopes to reduce costs by only picking up recycling every other week.
HEBRON | With money commitments from Porter County and the town's Redevelopment Commission, the council decided to plunge ahead with plans for building an addition to the fire station.
HEBRON | An ordinance passed last fall that made it legal for golf carts to operate on town streets resulted in unexpected problems.
HEBRON | Anyone violating the town's ordinance against protests at funerals won't face Hebron's justice. They will have to deal with the state's.
HEBRON | A proposed ordinance dealing with protests at funerals drew a brief protest before it was approved Tuesday by the Hebron Town Council.
HEBRON | Reaping almost $600,000 from the sale of the use of its water tower and of a cellphone tower on town property made last year a profitable year for Hebron.
Don Ensign is president of the Hebron Town Council.
Don Ensign reflects on exciting NWI accomplishments in education in 2012 and looking ahead to 2013.
HEBRON | Most of the town's police force attended Tuesday's town council meeting, but it wasn't to quell an angry mob.
HEBRON | It's more than two months until Christmas, but Hebron Fire Chief Chad Franzman has his wish list ready and the town's Redevelopment Commission is hoping to play Santa Claus.
STATEMENT UNCLEAR: A story in some Sunday editions may have been unclear about Hebron Town Council President Don Ensign's frustration with traffic in the Brookwood subdivision. Ensign said that had he been his grandson's school bus driver, he might have been upset enough to throw something a…
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