LAKE STATION | About 100 residents upset about this week’s firing of police officer William Taylor protested Friday outside Lake Station City Hall, complaining that Taylor’s treatment was politically and personally motivated.
Protesters walked around Lake Station City Hall protesting the firing of police officer William Taylor.
Omega Lazur holds up a sign asking Lake Station Mayor Keith Soderquist to step down Friday morning at a protest in front of City Hall.
Dewey Lemley, the former mayor of Lake Station voices, his opinion about the current elected officals at Lake Station Friday morning during a protest in front of City Hall in Lake Station.
A group of residents upset about this week's firing of police office William Taylor protest outside Lake Station City Hall Friday morning.
Sometimes it doesn't matter how the right thing occurs — as long as it does.
First the bad news: Lake County estimates show less than 13 percent of registered voters bothered to visit the Tuesday primary polls.
GARY | In the shadow of a siege by federal law enforcement and state and local lawmakers, the Calumet Township trustee's office is poised to receive a new leader in 2015.
Hoosiers will cast ballots in Tuesday's primary election. Unless they are Boone Township residents casting votes solely on the school funding referendum, voters must request either a Democratic or Republican ballot.
Speculation in Lake County Democratic circles prior to a primary election is all about voter turnout.
CROWN POINT | Maybe it's the uniform, but Lake County Sheriff John Buncich is the most attractive candidate on the ballot to political donors.
The race for the Democratic nomination for Calumet Township trustee pits incumbent Mary Elgin against Gary Councilwoman Kimberly Robinson. This is one of those races you should watch — and you'll definitely want to watch the video of our endorsement interview with the two candidates.
Most incumbent Lake County officials won endorsements recently from Highland and Griffith Democratic precinct committeemen.
GARY | Calumet Township Trustee Mary Elgin said Wednesday neither she nor her son were campaigning on public time last week when spotted at her downtown election headquarters.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County election board voted Tuesday to keep polling places for the May 7 referendum in Munster unchanged from last year's locations.
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