Hammond Housing Authority
HAMMOND | Two housing projects in the city were dealt setbacks Thursday when they did not receive federal tax credits critical to moving the developments forward.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Housing Authority Board of Commissioners will meet 4 p.m. Monday at the authority's offices, 1402 173rd St.
HAMMOND | The Housing Authority will know by the end of February if the state will grant the tax credits necessary to fund the fifth and final phase of renovations at Columbia Center.
HAMMOND | Classes to assist homebuyers are resuming at the Hammond Housing Authority next month.
HAMMOND | A free homebuyer education class will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 7 at the Hammond Housing Authority.
WASHINGTON | The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded Indiana nearly $1.4 million in grants to help public and assisted housing residents connect with local services to obtain education and training to find jobs.
HAMMOND | The newest round of improvements at Columbia Center will be unveiled Wednesday as the Hammond Housing Authority continues to transform the 1940s-era complex.
HAMMOND | New housing units were officially opened Wednesday at Columbia Center in the fourth project undertaken at the complex aimed at improving affordable housing in the city.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Housing Authority board will weigh Monday whether to start the process to apply for funding to finish the transformation of Columbia Center.
HAMMOND | A longtime city employee is the new head of the Hammond Housing Authority.
Hammond should have a new Housing Authority executive director by the end of the month.
HAMMOND | The search continues for a new Hammond Housing Authority executive director.
Hammond Housing Authority Board of Directors will meet Dec. 20.
HAMMOND | City Councilwoman Kim Poland, R-4th, will host a South Hammond Crime Watch meeting Thursday that will double as a potluck dinner.
HAMMOND | The city will commemorate new construction at the American Heartland Homes project Friday by destroying two-story buildings between Chestnut and 175th Street.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Housing Authority was awarded $60,000 for a program that pushes families toward self-sufficiency, according to a new release from U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky, D-Ind.
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