When it comes down to facts, Schererville, St. John and Cedar Lake are doing what is right for their citizens when it comes to E-911 Consolidation.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and the State Board of Education have continued to make great strides on improving schools and overall education in Indiana.
Call me a nerd, but I have always been interested in the happenings of nearly every aspect of government, even more obscure ones like the Lake County Solid Waste Management District.
Regardless of your political persuasion, it’s hard to argue against Indiana’s tremendous economic recovery and pragmatic reforms over the past couple of years.
A new feature unique to the region begins today in The Times and will continue every Sunday. It's called Crossing the Line, and it compares Illinois and Indiana laws, taxes and policies.
INDIANAPOLIS | State Sen. Mike Delph, R-Carmel, has promised "an announcement Monday morning you won't want to miss," following an epic, two-day Twitter rant where he condemned weak Republican leadership, gay-marriage supporters, liberal Christian ministers and activist judges.
While Republicans on the national scene take their lumps over their role in the federal government shutdown, Lake County conservatives are expressing optimism for a strengthening foothold in local politics.
SCHERERVILLE | A 25-year-old local activist is the new chairman of the Indiana Federation of Young Republicans.
While the proposed local option income tax for Lake County would affect all working residents, it's young people who should be the most upset over this issue.
Michael Neal is chairman of the Lake County Young Republicans and a member of the Lake County Republican Party Executive Committee.
SCHERERVILLE | A 25-year-old activist announced Monday he is running for the chairmanship of the Indiana Federation of Young Republicans.
CROWN POINT | A political conservative blog has named Michael Neal, chairman of the Lake County Young Republicans, as one of the state's top political activists who is younger than 25.
State Republican Party officials have refused a petition to remove Lake County GOP Chairwoman Kim Krull.
CROWN POINT | State Republican Party officials heard testimony and evidence related to allegations the Lake County party's database was used to miscast two party candidates as Democrats in the recent primary election.
CROWN POINT | Prospects appear bright for Lake County Republicans this spring. And political infighting in a once-moribund local party shows many active hopefuls are trying to garner power and influence for the first time in decades.
CROWN POINT | The state Republican organization is investigating whether someone within the Lake County GOP leadership mislabeled two Republican candidates as Democrats.
CROWN POINT | Two Lake County Republican candidates claim someone has broken into an influential GOP database and stolen their political identities.
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Should the Indiana attorney general's office compel all Lake County municipalities to merge E-911 dispatch services?