VALPARAISO | One group broke out in cheers and another fell silent as it was announced Tuesday night that voters in Union Township approved a tax increase for its schools, while a similar proposal died by four votes for Hebron schools.
Residents of the Union Township and Hebron school districts will go to the polls Tuesday to decide whether to grant property tax increases to help make up for state cuts in education funding.
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