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SCHNEIDER | After six years of using a private well in violation of town ordinance, a local business will be getting hooked up for municipal water and sewer utilities.
LOWELL | A new sign, "Aunt Nae's," has gone up at the former location of You Shouldn't Have in the historical downtown district.
CEDAR LAKE | After hungering in a food desert for three years, residents of this lakeside community happily converged on the first-of-its-kind Strack & Van Til grocery store Thursday following grand opening ceremonies.
LOWELL | The Town Council will meet next in a work session at 4 p.m. Monday at Lowell Town Hall.
HEBRON | Three centuries ago, French-Canadian fur traders and native Americans plied the waters of the Kankakee River.
LOWELL | This south Lake County community is going green in a big way.
LOWELL | After unanimously agreeing nearly two months ago to go out for bids for the municipal garbage contract, a majority of the Town Council voted Monday to stay with Republic Services for another three years.
When Gerald Werner's great-grandfather settled in the rich farm country of Indiana from his native Germany, he planted the seeds of a heritage that continues to bear fruit.
LOWELL | A group of Lowell High School students will take a trip next spring break to Boston and New York.
GARY | Tickets are expected to go quickly for an event to honor veterans of World War II.
LOWELL | The end of school will be one day later.
LOWELL | The message in the Tri-Creek school system is simple.
LOWELL | The Lowell Town Council has received quotes for extending Town Hall parking lot to adjacent property to the east, where the Old Grade School was razed earlier this year.
LOWELL | Tri-Creek Schools Superintendent Debra Howe said she would like the town to waive $110,000 in public works fees for the learning center project, but that's a large chunk of change for the town, councilmen are arguing.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board is scheduled to meet in special session at 7p.m. Monday to take preliminary steps for the lease with a corporation established to fund bonds to build the Tri-Creek Learning Center.
Dan Roeske has been in the farming business for 25 years, since he was 19 years old and took over the family's rural Hebron farm in Porter County.
LOWELL | As excited as he was March 7 when he learned the Lowell Academic Decathlon team he coaches was heading to the nationals, English teacher Joe Gianotti had to think about money.
Whenever Chris Vestal stopped in local coffee shops, he always found a number of patrons working away on their laptops between sips of mocha.
LOWELL | The Lowell Academic Decathlon team is sponsoring a fish fry from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Friday to help raise money for the trip to the national competition next week.
LOWELL | The No Illiana 4 Us group plans to bring its handout maps tonight when bistate planners of the Illiana Corridor lay out theirs during a public meeting to examine specifics of the expressway that would run between Cedar Lake and Lowell.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board has reached "outstanding" status.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Corp. top finance official plans to save thousands of dollars for the district and its taxpayers if the state's Department of Local Government Finance agrees it can be done.
LOWELL | Indiana and Illinois planners for the Illiana Expressway will meet from 5 to 8 p.m. April 18 at the Lowell Middle School, 19250 Cline Ave.
LOWELL | An area federal conservationist has a list he thinks Illiana Corridor consultants should follow if they are to maintain environmental justice and not destroy agriculture in the project's path.
More than 100 people filled Niemeyer's Auction Barn Monday to hear strategies to stop the Illiana Expressway.
LOWELL | It has been 13 years since the Lowell Public Library's budget has seen an increase, and this year is no exception.
LOWELL | The Town Council has gone to bat for the Lowell Little League, giving it a $3,655 break on improvements at the fields it uses now.
LOWELL | Veteran police officer Scott Tokach tendered his retirement resignation Tuesday.
LOWELL | The Town Council will wait a bit to decide if the town will join the Shared Ethics Advisory Commission.
LOWELL | The Town Council has agreed to pay $22,500 for engineering design work on Powell Ditch to avoid flooding for a few residents on the town's south side.
LOWELL | The second class of inductees in the annual Lowell High School Alumni of the Year ranges from politicians and entrepreneurs to a bowling industry executive.
LOWELL | Lowell Middle School bands recently performed to excellent reviews during the 2013 Indiana State Music Association Middle School Organizational Contest.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board has cancelled its work session scheduled for Thursday.
LOWELL | The Town Council is ready to jump on board with the lease/purchase of an aerial firetruck if the deal meets all legal requirements.
LOWELL | Architects are still refining the floor plan for the Tri-Creek Learning Center, a a unique partnership with Ivy Tech Community College, planned for this summer.
LOWELL | The war is over for re-enactors at Buckley Homestead County Park.
LOWELL | The cost for school breakfasts and lunches in Tri-Creek schools will go up by 5 cents next school year.
LOWELL | Soprano Brenda Roberts will present a recital of opera, art songs and sacred songs at 3 p.m. Sunday at United Methodist Church of Lowell.
Janny and Greg Kleine work for their father on their family's dairy farm in rural Cedar Lake where 100 cows are milked twice daily.
LOWELL | Cpl. Erik Matson was named the interim police chief Thursday in a special meeting of the Town Council.
When special education teacher Sally Moyer decided she wanted to do something different, she thought shopping for a living was an attractive notion.
LOWELL | The Lowell Police Commission Council will meet at 6 p.m. tonight to make a recommendation for the interim chief of police in the wake of Chief John Shelhart's recent resignation.
LOWELL | Lake Prairie Elementary School will host a blood drive March 26.
LOWELL | Lake Prairie Elementary School has received a $500 grant from Smart Stop Stores and Exxon Mobil.
LOWELL | Lowell High School students will mix it up from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday.
LOWELL | Some members of the town council want to head west.
LOWELL | Delaying a decision on an agreement with the Lake County Sheriff's Department two weeks ago has put a kink in the town's emergency dispatching operation.
LOWELL | If two recent public input sessions are any indication, Lowell residents are excited about the prospects of the planned Tri-Creek Learning Center.
SHELBY | There is a rich history that surrounds this unincorporated community that cozies up to the northern banks of the Kankakee River stretching toward the farmland surrounding it.
SCHNEIDER | An early settler in this southernmost Lake County town observed in 1884 the area was a paradise for hunters visiting the Kankakee River valley.
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