- 1 Man loses job, goes to jail after Facebook comments targeting police
- 2 Four teens charged in killing at River Oaks Mall
- 3 Munster man expected to serve 11 years under OWI plea agreement
- 4 Officials seek help ID'ing woman killed by semi on U.S. 30
- 5 Trees, utility poles downed as storm slams region
VALPARAISO | Another batch of yield signs is disappearing from city intersections.
VALPARAISO | One of the last major vacant properties in Valparaiso is the subject of a study to determine the best way to deal with drainage issues so it could be developed.
VALPARAISO | The city is about to launch a major offensive in Operation Thunderstruck, the war against stormwater flooding.
VALPARAISO | The city plans to act as quickly as possible to take advantage of the low interest rates by refinancing two bond issues for the Valparaiso Street project.
VALPARAISO | The city had hoped to start the Evans Avenue storm sewer separation project Monday, but a last-minute discovery could postpone the project to next year.
VALPARAISO | The Evans Avenue reconstruction project is short, but it's big enough that Valparaiso Deputy Engineering Director Adam McAlpine is considering holding a ribbon cutting ceremony for it.
VALPARAISO | The first of the storm sewer projects that will connect to the new Valparaiso Street storm sewer should be ready to start construction by May.
VALPARAISO | Self-proclaimed "thorn in the side" Len Pera was back to prod the city to install a four-way stop at Cumberland Drive and Bullseye Lake Road.
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