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HOBART | The Board of Public Works gave farmer Robert Berndt a July 17 deadline to clean up his house in the 6800 block of Grand Boulevard.
HOBART | The City Council on Wednesday tabled a tax abatement request for a $2.2 million medical/office center to be built off 61st Avenue near Interstate 65.
HOBART | Placing the city's downtown on the National Register of Historic Places brings benefits including notoriety, city officials said.
LAKE STATION | The City Court office is back to business as usual after a one-day closure to the public last Thursday, City Judge Chris Anderson said.
LAKE STATION | Freshly fallen snow marked the March 25 start of Lake Station's new water improvement project.
LAKE STATION | A June 18 disciplinary hearing has been set for a Lake Station police detective accused of displaying inappropriate behavior on social media, City Attorney Ray Szarmach said.
HOBART | An 18-year-old Hobart man was charged Thursday in connection with a drive-by shooting at the downtown Dairy Queen.
GARY | A Lew Wallace STEM Academy junior was starry-eyed after asking astronaut Cmdr. Thomas Marshburn a question live from the International Space Station.
HOBART | An 18-year-old Hobart man who shot into the front window of the downtown Dairy Queen in a drive-by Tuesday night told police it was a "dumb mistake," said Detective Sgt. Jeremy Ogden.
LAKE STATION | Mox, an 8-year-old K-9 officer, isn't pleased about his May 1 retirement, Detective Mike Smith said.
LAKE STATION | The Lake Station Board of Works has awarded a $93,614 contract to a Griffith company for the 34th Avenue sidewalk project.
HOBART | City officials are taking steps to further preserve and play up the historical downtown.
VALPARAISO | Decorating the kouvouklion, or tomb of Christ, with colorful flowers on Friday morning is a Holy Week tradition for Connie Zaharias.
HOBART | The Board of Public Works has thanked property owner Robert Brayfield for his part in cleaning up an unkempt yard at 3950 Swift St.
HOBART | Plans by St. Mary Medical Center to construct a $40 million surgical pavilion at its main campus are good to go.
HOBART | A Westfield Southlake mall furniture store closed its doors after allegedly failing to deliver items some customers paid for in full, state officials said.
HOBART | The Lake George Commercial Historic District has expanded its boundaries.
HOBART | The two-car fatal crash caused by drinking promgoers was staged but sent a sobering message to students who watched outside Hobart High School.
HOBART | The City Council has given final approval to the Hobart Marsh Plan after several months of fine-tuning by officials.
HOBART | Linda Papp didn't know Hobart had a lakefront until she opened her downtown restaurant six years ago.
HOBART | The idea for a Hobart community garden was planted a couple of years ago, but this time plans are firmly taking root.
HOBART | Farmer Robert Berndt was told by the Board of Public Works to return May 15 with a cleanup schedule for his property in hand.
BOSTON | Just before the Boston Marathon bomb explosions, a Hobart runner quietly dropped to one knee and proposed to his girlfriend.
HOBART | The Hobart City Council took a temporary pass on making adjustments to how the city's cross-trained firefighters are paid.
HOBART | City officials are hoping action taken Tuesday by three boards will make it easier for outsiders to locate Hobart's downtown.
HOBART | The Hobart City Council is considering what some believe is a cost-effective move for compensating the city's cross-trained firefighters.
HOBART | The Hobart Board of Public Works will receive a progress update Wednesday on the property of farmer Robert Berndt.
HOBART | The City Council has agreed to limit parking on Lillian Street following months of discussion with residents and School City of Hobart officials.
HOBART | A Chicago Heights company has been hired by Hobart officials to make changes to curbs and ramps throughout the city to make them more handicap accessible.
HOBART | Nick Skomac moved to his house in Hillman Heights 14 years ago because it was near a fire station and he wanted to keep his son safe.
HOBART | Harrison Smith, 13, took a break while shooting hoops with friends at the gym inside the Police, Court and Community Center.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point High School junior Jack Vinovich bragged a strong claim to fame while watching the NCAA tournament final.
HOBART | Police Chief Rick Zormier wants the city's youths to have a safe place to hang out after school.
HOBART | Silverstone Crossing, a commercial property once called "golden" by city officials, remains at a standstill.
HOBART | A Hobart pair stole a motorcycle, construction tools and a patio set from a house damaged by fire, police said.
HOBART | The owner of a Michigan-based refrigeration company warmly thanked the City Council on Wednesday after receiving approval for an $11 million expansion.
HOBART | Plans by St. Mary Medical Center to construct a $40 million surgical pavilion at its main campus made the cut.
HOBART | City and school officials say they plan to work together to resolve traffic issues on Lillian Street.
HOBART | Teresa Lake isn't pleased about a road closure that went up Monday southwest of her hair salon.
LAKE STATION | A 52-year-old Michigan City woman was airlifted Monday to a Chicago-area hospital after her car crashed into a concrete barrier, police said.
JASPER COUNTY | An Indianapolis woman was killed Sunday night when she walked out in front of traffic on Interstate 65, police said.
HOBART | Hobart Professional Firefighter Local 1641 meetings have been held at Fire House No. 1 since 1966, local fire officials said.
HOBART | Westfield Southlake mall and the nine square miles that surround it have been part of Hobart for nearly 20 years.
PINELLAS PARK, Fla. | A Hobart-based U.S. Army Reserve officer on Friday was named the winner of the Best Warrior Competition.
HOBART | A portion of Main Street, south of City Hall, will be closed to traffic starting Monday, city officials announced.
HOBART | The city's Community Pool will be undergoing improvements to make it handicap accessible for the summer season, city officials said.
LAKE STATION | Three Lake Station School Corp. educators posted comments on Facebook talking about "solving problems and needing guns," Police Chief Kevin Garber said Monday.
LAKE STATION | Art Lazaro is hoping by next year he'll be able to ditch his family's bottled water stockpile.
HOBART | Police Chief Rick Zormier recognizes there have been some issues this past year that have given the department a black eye. Zormier, named Hobart police chief by Mayor Brian Snedecor on March 1, is ready to move on. "As a whole, we let ourselves down and the public down. Those thin…
HOBART | The Board of Works has taken under advisement bids for citywide curb and sidewalk improvement work.
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