HOBART | Local communities and organizations will join with the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission on Tuesday to kick off a project to improve water quality and restore aquatic habitats in the Deep River-Portage Burns Waterway watershed.
HOBART | The Main Street road closure south of City Hall will remain in place at least through mid-week, a city official said Friday.
HOBART | A portion of Main Street, south of City Hall, will be closed to traffic starting Monday, city officials announced.
While in its infancy, a new group for Lake and Porter County stormwater departments could help the departments save funds and plan projects.
HOBART | A proposal to address the city's ongoing sewer overflow problems is under review by state officials.
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