PINE TOWNSHIP | A 52-year-old Pine Township man was taken into custody Sunday morning on allegations of pointing a loaded handgun at one of several bicyclists, who he had reportedly told to "get off the road."
MICHIGAN CITY | Authorities are hoping science can shed light on the identity of human remains found Friday in a wooded area west of Michigan City.
PORTAGE | The head of the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission's environmental committee claimed victory Thursday with the EPA's plan to study radiation levels in The Pines.
THE PINES | A study of radiation levels in The Pines requested by concerned citizens and area environmental activists will come sometime early this year, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
PORTAGE | Residents in The Pines concerned about potentially elevated radiation levels will have to wait until January to learn if the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission will help take up their case with federal officials.
A Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission Environmental committee wants the Environmental Protection Agency to investigate radiation levels in The Pines after hearing concerns from residents over coal ash from a facility in their community.
The Recycling and Waste Reduction District of Porter County will help Porter County residents safely dispose of their old pesticides, gasoline, CFLs and other products that contain corrosive, toxic, ignitable or reactive ingredients at the last 2012 household hazardous waste collection event…
VALPARAISO | A jury on Wednesday found a Pines man guilty of intimidation and disorderly conduct but not guilty of several more serious charges in a case in which police had said he threatened to kill family members.
VALPARAISO | School districts across Porter County have pitched in to keep a 10-year-old truancy diversion program alive.
CHESTERTON | In the wake of last week's tax referendum victory, Duneland School Corp. officials want to find three to five community members to help them decide how to spend the additional revenue.
CHESTERTON | Twelve years after helping lead a successful petition drive to build a new high school, Jim Jeselnick is promoting the call for a tax increase to support school district operations.
The Town of Pines has applied for a $200,000 grant to recall its historic past.
CHESTERTON | The Duneland School Corp. board heard how the state's cuts to financial reimbursement for summer school will affect the district's offerings this year.
PINE TOWNSHIP | Situated at the doorstep to Mount Baldy, natural beauty abounds in rural Pine Township.
THE PINES | A man faces a several drug-related charges after authorities said he ran from officers after they found drugs in his car.
CHESTERTON | Members of the Duneland School Corp. board voted unanimously Monday to ask voters in the spring to bless the district's request for more money.
BEVERLY SHORES | A woman convicted in 1999 of driving drunk and fatally running over her 6-year-old daughter was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving Thursday.
PINE TOWNSHIP | Authorities said Wednesday they believe DNA evidence obtained from a series of burglaries in Pine Township points to a man behind bars in LaPorte County.
PINE TOWNSHIP | Investigators are looking into the cause of a Monday morning fire that caused extensive damage to a Pine Township home.
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