CROWN POINT | Lake County is one step closer to a local income tax.
On Saturday, the Lake County Republican Precinct Organization will meet to elect a new county chairman. It is no secret that Republicans in Lake County have been divided over the past several years. And although we have experienced some success, we have not provided Lake County residents wit…
CROWN POINT | Lake County Commissioner Gerry Scheub may be in the autumn of his years, but he was in season with voters.
There are 24 hours in a day, eight of which we spend asleep, but apparently some candidates for public office feel they can jam the 16 remaining hours with two full-time jobs.
Lake County Surveyor George Van Til was so annoyed at his Republican challenger recently, he unleashed the worst insult he could think of.
Lake County is guaranteed at least one new county commissioner next year and should get another newcomer as well.
Some Lake County Republican officials are crying foul over the cancellation of last week's solid waste district meeting, dubbing it a possible political ploy to push a discussion past the general election.
CROWN POINT | The contest for the 2nd District Lake County Board of Commissioners seat will feature candidates offering voters experiences of a different kind.
CROWN POINT | Most of Lake County's Democratic candidates are winning the battle of the bulging election war chests, campaign finance reports released Friday show.
Over the past few weeks, we've given a series of endorsements in major contested races facing voters in Lake and Porter counties. We recap them today so you can take this handy synopsis of our recommendations with you when you vote Tuesday.
It's possible that people are tired of seeing the same old faces in government.
Of the three Republican candidates for Lake County commissioner in District 2, Jerry Tippy stands out.
CROWN POINT | Lake County's spring primary offers voters a buffet of races among veteran officials, perennial candidates and bright-eyed newcomers.
Jerry Tippy, candidate for Schererville Town Council, 1st Ward
SCHERERVILLE | People driving through Schererville might get some warning to avoid being stuck by passing trains.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County elections board will investigate whether Schererville Town Council President Hal Slager violated a state law restricting political slating.
CROWN POINT | A man trying to get elected to the Schererville Town Council is traveling through a middle ground between shadow and substance. There's a signpost up ahead: He has crossed into the political twilight zone.
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