- 1 Region doctor, children killed in I-65 crash
- 2 Feds: Lake Station mayor gambled away campaign, food pantry cash
- 3 Babysitter admits to beating 4-year-old boy
- 4 Suburban man shot in home invasion after win at Horseshoe casino
- 5 Lake Station mayor, wife, stepdaughter plead not guilty to corruption charges
The Family Social Services Administration revoked the license of Northwest Family Services in Hammond for a lengthy list of violations. The agency runs a day care, food pantry and WIC services.
The Northwest Family Services day care facility in Hammond recently appealed revocation of its child care center license. The Indiana Bureau of Child Care revoked Northwest Family Services' license in March after state inspectors found 117 violations, state records show.
So state Sen. Frank Mrvan, D-Hammond, thinks Indiana should copy Illinois' stellar idea of allowing illegal immigrants to get driver's licenses? Wouldn't the word "illegal" be a hint they are breaking the law by being here?
Portrait of a beautiful teen girl driving a brand new car
Woman driver holding car keys driving her new car. Beautiful multiracial young woman.
Bartender Kat Rybarski gets ready for the day's customers at Buddy and Pal's Place on Summit Street in Crown Point. Crown Point is one of 11 region towns to earn new liquor licenses through the state's census-based system. Meanwhile, Gary and Hammond are unlikely to lose licenses despite shr…
Eric Martin, of North Coast Distributing, delivers beer in Crown Point. More liquor will flow in the hub city because of a state licensing law critics call "monopolistic" and antiquated.
Zach Ailes, left, and Eric Martin, of North Coast Distributing, make a delivery to Buddy and Pal's Place on Summit Street in Crown Point.
Zach Ailes, of North Coast Distributing, makes a delivery to Buddy and Pal's Place on Summit Street in Crown Point. Owner Tim Heidbreder bought new liquor licenses issued for Cedar Lake and Crown Point at a fall auction.
Chris Peters, general manager for Agave restaurant in Hobart, says the newly reduced liquor licenses will help business like it did in Valparaiso.
Waitress Mirna Zamora pours a strawberry margarita at Agave restaurant in downtown Hobart. Chris Peters, general manager for Agave, says the new reduced prices for liquor licenses will help businesses.
MERRILLVILLE | A local business owner can no longer provide construction and electrical services in Merrillville.
INDIANAPOLIS | Mutual aid agreements for emergency responders could soon be struck across state lines.
INDIANAPOLIS | Massage therapists are one step closer toward having to be licensed by the state to offer massage services.
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