HOBART | A Hobart land owner has received an opportunity to improve an eyesore on his property before the city tears it down.
LAKE STATION | The combined Lake Station, New Chicago and Hobart Township Democratic precinct organization endorsed the re-election of most incumbent officials in next month's primary.
HOBART | Construction in Hobart during the first six months of this year has well surpassed figures from the same period last year, officials said.
HOBART | Property owners with unkempt lawns will receive less notification and pay more for city services under a revised ordinance approved by the City Council.
HOBART | The Hobart Board of Public Works is taking legal action to force farmer Robert Berndt to fence in his wandering cattle.
HOBART | Hobart officials consider themselves fortunate to have portions of the U.S. 30 corridor within their corporate limits.
HOBART | The City Council and Mayor Brian Snedecor had only well-wishes Wednesday for City Planner A. J. Bytnar, who has resigned effective Jan. 4.
HOBART | The Hobart Board of Public Works told Robert Berndt to return next month with cleanup of his house and farm substantially completed.
HOBART | The house in the 6800 block of Grand Boulevard is overrun with bags of garbage, old tires and about 30 cats.
HOBART | City Council President David Vinzant calls Hobart "a great community with great people."
Learn more about the candidates for Hobart Township Board Member. (No responses received from David Scheeringa and Michael E. Ellis.)
Mike Hannigan, democratic candidate for Hobart Township Board member.
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