North Township Trustee
HIGHLAND | The North Township trustee's office will host a Mother's Day Champagne Brunch on May 12 at Wicker Park.
EAST CHICAGO | The cause of a New Year's Day apartment building fire that displaced 21 people likely will not be determined until later this week, a fire official said Wednesday.
Hundreds of people line up Saturday morning to pick up warm clothing during the annual coat drive hosted by the North Township trustee's office.
HIGHLAND | The weather and the reception was bountiful Saturday for hundreds of needy families who took advantage of North Township Trustee Frank J. Mrvan's annual coat drive.
HAMMOND | About 100 region residents gathered Sunday at the tomb of a Hammond veteran who served his country more than a century ago, commemorating the sacrifices of America's bloodiest war.
HAMMOND | Nearly a century and a half has passed since Hammond Pvt. Nicholas Mashino survived a battle wound at one of the bloodiest engagements of the Civil War.
Valerie Czapkowicz, of Munster, receives a free manicure and hand massage Wednesday from volunteer Natalie Orozco, a student from Tricoci University of Beauty Culture in Highland, at the Wicker Park Social Center.
The second annual North Township Battle for Blood, sponsored by North Township Trustee Frank Mrvan, exceeded its goal of 100 units of blood by collecting 111 units.
The struggle for control of the troubled Oak Hill Cemetery in Hammond is over. North Township not only is cleaning up the cemetery, but also is its new owner.
Lesley Saliga, center, of Munster, talks with April Zandy, left, of Visiting Angels Living Assistance Services about jobs at the company Thursday during the sixth annual Community Career Fair presented by the North Township at the Wicker Park Social Center in Highland.
Rick Comanse, of East Chicago, talks with Irma Guevara of Mulit-Wall Packaging Corp. about jobs at the company during the sixth annual Community Career Fair presented by the North Township at the Wicker Park Social Center in Highland on Thursday. Comanse, who recently started receiving gover…
HAMMOND | Three additional bones found Wednesday during an excavation of a cemetery dirt pile are human, the Lake County coroner's office confirmed Friday.
HAMMOND | North Township maintenance crews found three more bones Wednesday in a dirt berm near an area where five human bones were found Sunday at embattled Oak Hill Cemetery.
HAMMOND | Human bones found near a dirt pile and former debris area at embattled Oak Hill Cemetery are prompting further investigation by the North Township trustee's office.
EAST CHICAGO | The first graduates of a new construction training program for city residents got their diplomas and tool belts Friday to commence the work of rebuilding East Chicago.
It is heartwarming to hear about the improvements taking place at Oak Hill Cemetery in Hammond. Volunteers have begun setting things right there.
HAMMOND | It was a day of mixed emotions for Judy Richter on Tuesday as volunteers hoisted the granite headstone of her grandmother back into its rightful place but couldn't find her grandfather's missing memorial.
HAMMOND | The North Township trustee plans to take over maintenance of troubled Oak Hill Cemetery and has sent an edict to its owner to surrender control of the 21-acre graveyard or face court action.
HAMMOND | The granddaughters of a couple buried in Hammond's Oak Hill Cemetery say they were heartbroken after learning last week that their grandparents' graves have been unmarked for at least 19 years.
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