Site Review Committee
VALPARAISO | After taking her food truck to festivals, car shows and other events, including the Popcorn Festival, Laine Kasarda is ready for a more permanent dining facility in Valparaiso.
VALPARAISO | The city could have two home furnishing stores opening in the next 60 to 90 days.
VALPARAISO | Reports of the approaching demise of Gabriella's restaurant apparently were a bit premature.
VALPARAISO | The city is getting a new restaurant, but this one is more likely to be popular with the softball crowd at Fairgrounds Park than the diners in Valparaiso's downtown dining district.
VALPARAISO | After another attempt to operate a restaurant at 454 Greenwich St. has apparently come to an end, the owners plan to convert the restaurant space into two apartments.
VALPARAISO | After another two hours of comments Monday from the public opposing the rezoning of 118 acres on Evans Avenue east of Ind. 49, the City Council voted 6-1 to approve the request.
VALPARAISO | Although the guest suites over Pikk's Tavern won't open until late summer, owner Paul LoDuca figures his wife is looking forward to furnishing them with antiques.
VALPARAISO | The city's downtown is getting a new feature in 2013: a place to stay downtown that overlooks Central Park Plaza.
VALPARAISO | Two projects, one a significant addition to the city and the other a major deletion, were on the agenda for today's site review committee meeting.
VALPARAISO | Plans for a 117-acre business park/luxury apartment complex will be discussed with Valparaiso's Site Review Committee today.
VALPARAISO | A lot of conversation remains between Valparaiso and White Castle officials before the fast food chain can open a new eatery at the southeast corner of U.S. 30 and Sturdy Road.
VALPARAISO | It's not likely to be a best-seller, except in select circles, but the city is writing the book on stormwater management.
VALPARAISO | Another basement beer brewer wants to open a microbrewery business in the city.
VALPARAISO | It appears the city will be getting another tattoo parlor.
VALPARAISO | With Valparaiso University attracting more and more Chinese students, Boting Mo hopes to turn that into a business opportunity.
VALPARAISO | The next time people watch a movie at the new Central Park Plaza amphitheater, they might be able to pick up some popcorn or other sweet treats to eat during the show.
VALPARAISO | It might be possible soon to go downtown to get a fresh meal in a glass.
VALPARAISO | In Touch Pharmaceuticals' plans to move to a bigger location received enthusiastic support from the City Council Monday and only minor suggestions for changes from Valparaiso's Site Review Committee on Tuesday.
VALPARAISO | Those looking to satisfy an insistent sweet tooth will soon have a dozen reasons to be happy.
VALPARAISO | The former Movie Gallery at 3400 N. Calumet Ave. could be serving up a new menu of selections by October.
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