HAMMOND | It has been a tumultuous year for Estrella's Bar in Hammond. Questions about business and liquor licenses. Citations. Go-go dancers. A murder that remains unsolved.
HAMMOND | A class action complaint has been filed against the city and Board of Public Works and Safety regarding rental property late fees.
HAMMOND | Hammond's Fire, Police and Code Enforcement departments are teaming up to investigate the fire last week at 644 Sibley St. that killed three children.
HAMMOND | Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. on Tuesday announced Kris Kantar as the new corporate counsel for Hammond.
HAMMOND | The city is planning to tweak an ordinance that charges a fee to individuals booked and processed at the city jail.
HAMMOND | On the outside, the house in the 2500 block of New York Avenue seemingly blends in with the rest of the neighborhood.
HAMMOND | The City Council adopted a policy Monday aimed at restricting nepotism in local government.
HAMMOND | The City Council on Monday delayed paying $150,000 to settle the Indiana Apartment Association's lawsuit against the city.
HAMMOND | The Hammond City Council defeated a proposal that would have changed the city gun and weapon ban to comply with a new state law.
HAMMOND | The Hammond City Council is changing its ban on guns in city buildings to comply with a state law that allows people to conceal guns everywhere except buildings with courthouses.
HAMMOND | The city of Hammond will offer buyout packages to 54 employees who are eligible for some level of retirement.
Like many communities in Northwest Indiana, bars, taverns and liquor stores can be found throughout Hammond. In most cases, these businesses serve their patrons and do little to disrupt the neighborhoods in which they are located. Regrettably, there are also some facilities that detract from…
HAMMOND | The Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission has dismissed a complaint against Hammond City Attorney Kris Kantar because it didn't raise a "substantial question of misconduct."
HAMMOND | A Hammond man has asked the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission to investigate his claim that politics motivated a city code enforcement case against him.
The Hammond City Council should shelve the proposal to require contractors to use Hammond residents for at least half of the hours spent on city projects costing more than $100,000.
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