CROWN POINT | Lake County officials are debating whether they have time to shop for the lowest price on what could be one of the largest electronics purchases in county government history.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County elections board voted Tuesday to dismiss the final complaint that a successful 2011 campaign to raise taxes for new Lake Central school construction violated state election laws.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County Drainage Board on Wednesday declared an emergency situation involving a collapsed culvert along the Spring Street Ditch that’s threatening Joliet Street in downtown Schererville.
CROWN POINT | Polling place officials need more education for future elections, the Lake County Board of Election and Registration determined Tuesday.
CROWN POINT | Lake County Commissioner Gerry Scheub is appealing a recent court order preventing him from having a vote regarding a proposed quarry near Lowell.
CROWN POINT | Both sides have agreed to a settlement in a lawsuit involving the installation of two billboards on the city's east side.
CROWN POINT | An East Chicago City Council candidate is no longer contesting his loss in the May 3 Democratic primary.
HAMMOND | Lawyers for Republican George Janiec are asking the Indiana Court of Appeals to cancel and rerun the May 3 Hammond mayoral primary if Janiec isn't part of it.
HAMMOND | Lake Superior Court Judge Jesse Villalpando promised a decision next week on whether George Janiec, or any other nonpartisan school board member, is banned from political campaigning.
CROWN POINT | A Gary Democrat has lost his bid to remain on the May 3 ballot as a Gary mayoral candidate.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County elections board voted Monday to uphold its decision last week to remove Latanza Johnson from the May 3 Democratic Gary mayoral primary.
LOWELL | An attorney representing Singleton Stone Quarry LLC disputes a Lowell community activist's claims that quarry officials had underestimated the number of wells that would be affected by the facility's construction.
LOWELL | A critic is accusing two Lake County officials of toying with a conflict of interest when they publicly took sides against building a proposed limestone quarry east of here.
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