- 1 Calls of tiger on the loose in Gary prompt police search
- 2 Historical Blue Top Drive-In returns under new ownership
- 3 2 girls in critical condition, mom hospitalized after Hammond shooting
- 4 Cops: Help ID Highland Best Buy robbery suspect
- 5 Cops investigating Griffith man's death after fight with friends
A woman sits in the back of a Gary police car Thursday night while officers and Lake County coroner's officials investigate the death of woman found inside a Pontiac Grand Am. The woman who died was a passenger in the Pontiac, which was pulled over near 25th Avenue and Harrison Street.
Gary police and Lake County coroner's investigators work Thursday night after a woman was found dead inside a car at 25th Avenue and Harrison Street.
Gary police and Lake County coroner's investigators try to piece together the circumstances surrounding the death of a woman found Thursday night inside a red Pontiac Grand Am with significant front-end damage.
Gary police and fire officials and Lake County coroner's investigators investigate after a woman was found dead inside a car near 25th Avenue and Harrison Street.
Community Development Director Owana Miller, from left, Hammond High School tennis coach Jessica Portney, 3rd District City Councilman Anthony Higgs, Hammond Mayor Thomas M. McDermott Jr., Planning and Development Executive Director Phil Taillon, Park Board Director Pat Moore and Hutton &…
Image shows the new Harrison Park tennis courts Phase I renovations. A groundbreaking ceremony for the project was held Thursday afternoon.
During Thursday's groundbreaking for the Harrison Park tennis courts renovations Phase I, Hammond Mayor Thomas M. McDermott mentions that this effort will not effect tax dollars in the area.
The 25-acre Harrison Park was acquired by Hammond in 1898, and is said to be a former cow pasture. The "Man of Steel" sculpture, created by local artist Hermann Gurfinkel, was placed in the park in the mid-1970s. The city is proposing improvements for the park at Waltham Street and Hohman Avenue.
Hammond residents, from left, Carla Padilla, 8, Maria Martinez and Sayra Lucero walk Tuesday in Harrison Park, which features a pond, playground, tennis courts and other amenities. Hammond officials are proposing improvements for the park near downtown.
Desmond Garrett, 14, of Hammond, runs Tuesday through Harrison Park. Hammond officials hope to present a draft master plan for improvements at the 25-acre park in the coming months.
Harrison Park near downtown Hammond features a pond, a gazebo, tennis courts and children's playground equipment, but has fallen into disrepair. The Redevelopment Commission on Tuesday approved a $3,500 contract with an architect to draw up a master plan for improvements at the park.
Traffic signals along Ridge Road in Munster appear to create congestion as motorists navigate the road.
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