HOBART | A longtime Hobart Parks Department employee has retired and been replaced by a staff member with one year of experience, Parks Superintendent John Mitchell said.
HOBART | City officials recently toured the Butler Bowl in Indianapolis to garner renovation ideas for the old Brickie Bowl.
HOBART | Day or night, the city's Festival Park is the place to be this summer, Parks Superintendent John Mitchell said.
HOBART | The Parks Department is offering a tree-buying program for residents in hopes of getting new plantings at several of the parks, officials said.
HOBART | The city's Community Pool will be undergoing improvements to make it handicap accessible for the summer season, city officials said.
HOBART | It's winter on the calendar, but the Hobart Parks Department is already looking ahead to spring.
HOBART | Cafe 339 owner Dimitrios Karataglidis already gets rave reviews from customers for his breakfast and lunch menus.
HOBART | Playing basketball at an outside court is not a slam dunk this summer in Hobart because of vandalism, city and school officials said.
HOBART | Shari Brown's love affair with Hobart's 50-year-old community pool began when she was just a kid.
HOBART | The Parks Department received a jump-start on major improvements at two lakefront parks, Parks Superintendent John Mitchell said Monday.
HOBART | Some major sprucing up is being planned this spring at Festival Park, Parks Superintendent John Mitchell said.
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