After being put on the back burner by Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission funding, the Main Street extension's biggest supporter, Munster's own Town Manager Tom DeGuilio, says they are simply "putting of the inevitable ... nothing is going to change ... it'll fall into place an…
Susan Nowlin, of the 700 block of Cline Avenue in Griffith, speaks at the Town Council meeting Tuesday evening about the heavy truck traffic on Cline Avenue and Main Street due to the Enbridge Energy project.
Griffith resident Robert Medrano, of the 600 block of Cline Avenue, told Town Council members Tuesday that trucks transporting water from Enbridge Energy to Gary are rolling stop signs and are creating a dangerous situation in his neighborhood.
DYER | The proposed Main Street extension project has hit a road block, and that is likely good news for Dyer residents who vehemently oppose the project.
I am writing in response to William Nangle's July 28 column, "NWI needs better roads." I take offense to him labeling those of us NIMBYs (not in my backyard) because we are against the Main Street extension.
I am writing about William Nangle's July 28 column about Northwest Indiana's roads. I am one of those "NIMBY's" he referred to.
Schererville is a community of residential neighborhoods with dedicated and progressive public officials and staff who work to maintain and improve the quality of life for our residents.
DYER | Jeff Van Hecke says he’s been hearing it loud and clear from residents on each side of the state line: no Main Street extension.
HOBART | Teresa Lake isn't pleased about a road closure that went up Monday southwest of her hair salon.
Detour signs at Fifth and Main streets in Hobart route traffic around work that has begun to replace sewer lines on Main Street. The owner of Artiste Organic Salon and Spa said she is afraid the closure of up to 45 days could hurt her business.
DYER | Dyer has scheduled a meeting for 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Town Hall to talk about the proposed extension of Main Street into Illinois.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mike Pence has a simple explanation for why he's not hanging around the Statehouse while the Indiana General Assembly is in session – it's jobs.
HOBART | Century-old buildings in the heart of Hobart's historical district continue to get a new look thanks to the city's facade grant program.
HEBRON | A smorgasbord of food, music and fun will be available for the fourth annual town block party to be held from noon to 7 p.m. Oct. 6 at Alyea Park.
Times Columnist Phil Potempa's oldest brother Tom, and parents Peggy and Chester, stand by one of the original sheriff's cars along Main Street of Mount Airy, N.C., the hometown of Andy Griffith.
HIGHLAND | The Highland Main Street meetings for Wednesday and Aug. 22 have been canceled.
HEBRON | The Hebron Town Council will hold a hearing at its May 15 meeting on a proposed increase in the disconnect and connection fee for water customers.
HEBRON | It's all about the infrastructure in Hebron.
Main Street on the Crown Point Square, then and now.Historic Photo Courtesy of the Lake County Historical Museum
HEBRON | The town's annual block party is becoming a great tradition, but officials are hoping to avoid what has become a tradition during its first two years: rain.
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