VALPARAISO | The seemingly incessant rain last week provided the first test of Valparaiso's combined sewer overflow disinfection facility.
VALPARAISO | The 90-day deadline for Green Acres subdivision homeowners to remove illegal connections to the city's sanitary sewer system is almost here and about 70 percent have complied.
HEBRON | As a fresh storm was brewing outside Tuesday, the Hebron Town Council voted to create an emergency response committee to coordinate actions in the wake of the last big storm.
Valparaiso officials are planning to warn residents of the Green Acres and Concord Woods area that they must disconnect sump pumps from sanitary sewers or face possible fines. It's a message everyone should hear.
Follow The Times
Because time is of the essence, we provide free estimates for …
In a world of ever changing tax laws by our federal, state and…
(219) 787-8600 www.lakeshoremotors.com
Here's 5 reasons you should call Turnak Roofing in no particul…
Galvanized steel is no longer an acceptable material for potab…
Should the Indiana State Board of Education issue an apology for members' secret plea to legislative leaders?