Old Lake County Courthouse
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CROWN POINT | "Frozen Stiff," the Lake Court House Foundation's dinner-theater play, will be reprised next month after playing to sold-out houses in November.
CROWN POINT | “I wish I had a pocketful of wedding rings. Maybe I’ll buy a bunch of cigars and take the bands off them for next year.”
A number of Civil War-related Memorial Day weekend activities are being offered with the launch of the South Shore Civil War Memorial Trail.
CROWN POINT | A Civil War re-enactment group that portrays a Lake County Union Army unit is scheduled to occupy the Old Lake County Courthouse lawn this weekend in a living history demonstration.
CROWN POINT | Grounded by its historic downtown, the city is adding amenities officials hope will position it for future economic growth.
CROWN POINT | Ten-year-old Belle Holton handed small flags and letters to Lake County soldiers as they marched off to the Civil War in 1861.
Cpl. Joseph Sweet's rural Hebron grave sat unmarked -- likely for decades -- with no reminder of the Porter County-based Union Army unit in which he served.
CROWN POINT | Officials have agreed to accept a bequest of $10,000 intended for the preservation and upkeep of the Old Lake County Courthouse.
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