DYER | The sole bid for Phase One of the Canadian National Railway tracks landscape screening project has come in over budget, but the Town Council accepted it anyway.
DYER | Town Council President Joe Cinko retires from the Dyer Police Department on Friday, opening the door for him to run a public office for a third time.
A strong, slow-moving thunderstorm hit western Lake County on Saturday afternoon, closing U.S. 30 in both directions near U.S. 41 and stranding some motorists in floodwaters.
DYER | The Dyer Dollar General store was robbed at gunpoint Saturday afternoon, police said Tuesday.
DYER | The town is looking for a new park board member.
Where can you find a friendly small town complete with festivals, fun and on the move? Dyer.
DYER | The Town Council removed its president from the top post Thursday night, two weeks after he argued a fellow councilman had a conflict of interest on an increase to police pension benefits.
When the Dyer Town Council votes on a 17 percent increase in police pension benefits, how will Councilman Joe Cinko vote? Or will he vote at all?
DYER | The Town Council on Thursday approved a contract with new Police Chief David Hein, but only after sharp words and allegations.
DYER | Police are investigating a bank robbery that occurred Saturday at the TCF Bank inside the Jewel-Osco store at 805 Joliet St.
DYER | Democratic incumbents won by comfortable margins in the Dyer Town Council races.
Joe Cinko, candidate for Dyer Town Council
DYER | The town could save money if it mailed out its utility bills less often, a Town Council member said recently.
CROWN POINT | Hobart Mayor Brian Snedecor is among six incumbent municipal officials who filed Tuesday for re-election.
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