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HIGHLAND | The Town Council will decide by the end of September whether a renovation of the vacant Town Theatre will take place.
HIGHLAND | The town will serve alcohol on park grounds for the very first time, thanks to a split Town Council vote on Monday.
HIGHLAND | A divided Town Council on Monday said a vote on alcohol sales in Main Square Park will take place next week because it was unable to hold an immediate vote.
HIGHLAND | A request to operate a beer garden in Main Square Park for the Labor Day Festival is falling flat for some town officials.
GRIFFITH | More than 100 residents poured into a high school meeting room Tuesday to learn if they can pull the plug on their federal flood insurance premiums — or keep on paying them.
GRIFFITH | Residents along the Cady Marsh Ditch, who may be forced to buy federal flood insurance, are asked to attend a special Town Council forum tonight.
HIGHLAND | With site preparation well underway for the new police station, the Town Council has authorized bids for construction of the facility.
GRIFFITH | The town's massive road and alley project is right on schedule and within its budget, Public Works Director Rick Konopasek said.
HIGHLAND | About 100 Meadows residents jammed Town Hall on Thursday night as the Police Commission declared two pit bulls to be dangerous and ordered that they be euthanized.
The friendly warmth of Antoinette Shabaz made new friends feel as if they had known her for 20 years.
GRIFFITH | From bolstering student access to high technology to boosting student grades, the Griffith School Board has six goals it has set for the coming school year.
HIGHLAND – The Park Board told more than 30 Meadows subdivision residents on Thursday that a trade of locations for a softball field and soccer field has been suspended.
GRIFFITH | The damaged bridge at Brinwood Street and Arbogast Avenue will come down early next month.
HIGHLAND | A proposal to switch a soccer field in Meadows Park with a youth softball field in Sheppard Park has neighbors crying foul.
HIGHLAND | Residents will be asked to project their thoughts on the future of the historic Town Theatre on July 21 at a Town Council study session.
GRIFFITH | The town's animal shelter has moved into a new place that's about to be renovated.
Even with failing eyesight, nobody had a clearer vision of how to raise a family than Rosie Person.
GRIFFITH | To nurture a growing relationship with the Griffith Police, the Mansards Apartments is hosting a fundraiser Saturday for the police.
HIGHLAND | Those who enjoy observing Highland's Blue Heron rookery can expect to soon have a better way to view their feathered friends.
GRIFFITH | A flood relief project may have helped stormwater move quickly out of the area, but town officials said it also damaged a bridge, making it unusable.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council got the ball rolling Monday for construction of the new police station to begin late this summer.
HIGHLAND | Highland has approved a reconstruction project for the 3300 block of Condit Street.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council is looking to neighboring communities for suggestions on handling unkempt properties.
GRIFFITH | The Town Council has decided a bridge which crosses the Cady Marsh Ditch is structurally unsound and must be demolished.
GRIFFITH | Main Street will soon be as beautiful as Broad Street as a major renovation project begins Wednesday.
Michael O'Keefe was a loving family man who lived to see people enjoying themselves.
GRIFFITH | The Griffith School Board has approved a schedule for developing its 2015 operating budget.
Wherever you may worship, chances are the pew you sit on, or the altar before you, was built by William Kadar.
HIGHLAND | "A very reluctant yes," was Town Councilman Bernie Zemen's comment as he voted Monday in favor of the Lake County proposed E-911 consolidation
GRIFFITH | The Town Council on Monday watched a short presentation on the Green Alley Modernization Project with about 70 interested residents.
Anna Vajda was a tough woman and a very hard worker.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council is digging closer to groundbreaking on the new police station.
Aside from four years with the U.S. Army, Harold Wente was a lifetime resident of the city of Crown Point.
GRIFFITH | U.S. Rep. Peter J. Visclosky, D-Merrillville, helped cut the ribbon to mark the finish of a major sewer project Monday afternoon.
HIGHLAND | Demolition of the former Chela's Mexican Restaurant, an abandoned building the town had been seeking to tear down for the past couple of years, has begun.
Nodee Curtis had many interests, especially when crafting nice creations with her hands.
Fishing, traveling, photography and family were among the greatest joys in the life of Arthur Fishman.
GRIFFITH | Two issues took precedence at Thursday night's School Board meeting.
Lyle Thomas had a humorous side that was matched by a serious wish to help other people.
GRIFFITH | The Town Council has paved the way for repairs on 25 miles of road this year.
Domingo Camarillo enjoyed the best hobby that any man can have -- his family.
When it came to fighting in a world war, running a successful business or mapping out progress for Northwest Indiana, Ben Konsynski was a shining member of the Greatest Generation.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council has approved a bond issue for constructing a new police station.
GRIFFITH | The Town Council on Tuesday pledged to contribute $20,000 a year toward the proposed South Shore Line extension to Dyer.
HIGHLAND | Efforts to consolidate Lake County's E-911 emergency calling system got a boost Monday when the Highland Town Council joined three other towns in promising its approval — if certain conditions are met.
It would be hard to top the civic nature that Gordon Bates bestowed on his community.
Larry Vassar was the "ultimate servant to his Lord, his church, his family and his community," his obituary noted.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council has scheduled a public hearing for March 24 on a lease proposed for a new police station slated for construction later this year.
GRIFFITH | The Town Council wants residents' input on whether it should kick nearly $400,000 toward South Shore Line expansion into Dyer.
GRIFFITH | The Griffith Public Schools board has decided to tack an extra 30 minutes to the school day to make up for lost time from the snow.
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