HEBRON | In a move the Hebron Town Council hopes will save money and help with several projects it plans to do, the members voted unanimously at a special meeting Tuesday to eliminate the town's public works department.
HEBRON | A plea for help to slow traffic in the Brookwood subdivision prompted the Town Council to push police to boost enforcement in all the town's subdivisions.
HEBRON | The Hebron Town Council joined several other Northwest Indiana communities in complying with the state law requiring it to approve an anti-nepotism ordinance Tuesday.
HEBRON | The Hebron Town Council will hold a hearing at its May 15 meeting on a proposed increase in the disconnect and connection fee for water customers.
HEBRON | The town is having a major power struggle with NIPSCO, as in town officials have been struggling for months to get the power turned on at two locations.
HEBRON | The Town Council will meet early next year to come up with a plan to encourage public works employees to get their commercial driver's licenses so they can operate all of the department's equipment.
HEBRON | The town's Plan Commission is considering a property maintenance ordinance dealing with everything from mowing the grass to keeping the trash picked up and pools drained or protected.
HEBRON | The town is looking for a partner in salt.
HEBRON | Monday was a banner day for the town's upcoming block party. Tuesday was a banner-coming-down day.
HEBRON | The severe storm of June 4 is still having an impact on the town.
HEBRON | Shortly after he got his police chief's badge, Steve Sibbrell got a form to register with the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office.
HEBRON | As a fresh storm was brewing outside Tuesday, the Hebron Town Council voted to create an emergency response committee to coordinate actions in the wake of the last big storm.
HEBRON | It's tough for anyone to decide where and when to buy gas with today's very uncertain fuel prices, and it took Hebron about five months to finally agree on a contract to buy fuel for its vehicles.
HEBRON | Agreeing on a contract to buy fuel for Hebron's town vehicles was not a problem, despite the high price these days. The problem was how to monitor its use.
HEBRON | The Town Council took the first steps to building a new town hall/community center at Tuesday's meeting.
HEBRON | After hearing complaints from Hebron residents about snow blocking the sidewalks, the town is ready to do something about it.
HEBRON | The town was looking for some emergency vehicles and it looks like it found them courtesy of the U.S. military.
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