SOUTH HAVEN | Officials are searching for a man who robbed a South Haven Speedway gas station at gunpoint Tuesday night, the Porter County Sheriff's Department said.
KOUTS | The Town Council satisfied the need to hire a building inspector at Monday's meeting. Now the town's Democratic precinct committeemen will have to fill the need for a new councilman.
PORTAGE | The Meijer supercenter under construction at U.S. 6 and Willowcreek Road should open in mid June.
HOBART | Two Gary men robbed a Hobart gas station and took cash and cigarettes, police said.
HOBART | A man robbed an employee at Hobart Gas, 420 Main, at gunpoint Sunday night, police said.
HOBART | Two Lake Station men were charged with taking scrap metal from a closed Hobart gas station, police said.
PORTAGE | The Plan Commission approved two new developments Monday night with little discussion.
HOBART | Two Gary women told police the car in which they were riding was shot at Thursday during an apparent road rage incident.
Barbara Kotas can remember when a night on the town cost her 50 cents a gallon in gasoline.
HOBART | Three people from Gary robbed a gas station on U.S. 30 in Hobart at gunpoint in June and may be responsible for other crimes, police said.
INDIANAPOLIS | A business caught selling synthetic marijuana or illegal stimulants marketed as "bath salts" would be shut down for one year under an amendment approved Monday by the Indiana House.
HAMMOND | City officials targeted pornography, pipes and fake pot Wednesday, making unannounced stops at convenience stores and gas stations around the city to check compliance with city ordinances.
Hammond City Controller Bob Lendi asks a gas station clerk about any public displays of glass smoking pipes or pornography during inspections Wednesday of various gas stations and food marts in Hammond.
Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller looks behind the counter of a Hammond gas station Wednesday for illegal synthethic marijuana. Hammond City Controller Bob Lendi and Miller were checking local gas stations and food marts for illegal displays of glass pipes, pornography and any synthetic marijuana.
Hammond City Controller Bob Lendi closed this GoLo gas station at 173rd and Kennedy Avenue on Saturday after police said it was found to be selling synthetic marijuana and Viagra.
Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller, right, and Hammond police evidence technician Shane Hric count alleged synthetic marijuana packets found Wednesday at a Kwik Mart in Hammond during an inspection of various gas stations and food marts in Hammond.
Alleged synthetic marijuana packets sit on the counter Wednesday at Kwik Mart in Hammond after Hammond City Controller Bob Lendi and Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller found them at the store. Synthetic marijuana is illegal in Hammond.
MERRILLVILLE | Luke Oil Co. plans to open a gas station and convenience store today near the Taft Street and 93rd Avenue intersection.
HAMMOND | Police are looking for two people suspected of attempting to rob a Clark gas station at gunpoint in the Hessville neighborhood.
HOBART | Indiana State Excise Police officers seized 860 packets of synthetic marijuana and 100 containers of bath salts from a Hobart gas station.
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