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LOWELL | For six months, John and Kathy Stefanski visited Lowell's downtown district to get a feel of the community's business culture and its ability to draw shoppers interested in collectibles and antiques.
LOWELL | The third annual Lowell High School Alumni of the Year inductees have been announced by the Tri-Creek Education Foundation.
LOWELL | In a 3-2 vote Monday, the Town Council committed a portion of its economic development income tax money to support extension of the South Shore commuter rail line.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board has approved summer school courses to be offered June 9 through July 2.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board unveiled and officially dedicated the Lowell Middle School mural Thursday.
LOWELL | The Lowell Hometown Showcase will put the town's local artisans, small businesses and organizations on display from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at Signature Banquet Hall, 1908 E. Commercial Avenue
LOWELL | The Lowell Hometown Showcase will put the town's local artisans, small businesses and organzations on display from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at Signature Banquet Hall, 1908 E. Commercial Ave.
The price of pork has been pushed up by a virus that has killed millions of baby pigs nationwide over the winter.
LOWELL | High school students will prove "Lowell's Got Talent" at 7 p.m. Friday when they take to the stage for an evening of performances.
LOWELL | Joe Long, a clarinetist with the Lowell High School jazz and pep bands, wants a vote for a chance to win $3,500 for Lowell's band program.
When Caroline Olah first designed The Little Viper, a pepper spray-filled bracelet attractive enough her daughters would wear it, she was thinking about safety for them, not appearing on the Steve Harvey show.
The recent spate of rain is filling streets and rushing through ditches, but those overseeing the Little Calumet and Kankakee rivers said levels are fine for now.
LOWELL | The outside investigator who conducted an audit of the Lowell Police Department last year will be checking in to see if his recommendations have been implemented.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board recently accepted retirement resignations from several teachers and other personnel.
This winter's deep freeze pushed Northwest Indiana pork producers' overhead upward and almost guaranteed a delayed planting season for area grain farmers.
LOWELL | The Town Council has given preliminary approval to including the town's first paid firefighter position in the salary ordinance.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board is moving forward with plans to build a $3.3 million transportation center and an addition to Lake Prairie Elementary School.
LOWELL | The Town Council will meet in a work session with Sen. Pete Visclosky, D-Merrillville, on Monday to discuss the proposed South Shore rail expansion.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Corp. administration added a day for kindergarten registration.
LOWELL | The Town Council has appointed Steve King to the Lowell Annexation Committee.
LOWELL | The Town Council agreed Monday to move forward with discussions that could lead to annexing a construction and demolition landfill west of town.
LOWELL | The Lowell Public Works Department will be examining and assessing improvements the town's 53 ponds need.
For 20 years, Bill and Kim Walz lived in the DeMotte area and worked in "up north" restaurants.
LOWELL | If the Lowell Town Council wants to formally begin negotiations for annexing a landfill and its adjacent land, it needs to formally say so, the attorney for Republic Services said Monday.
LOWELL | After three weeks of bottled water use and a bulk water supply for the cafeteria, the water is back on at Lake Prairie Elementary School.
LOWELL | The Town Council has scheduled special meetings for tonight and Wednesday.
LOWELL | With no expectation of adding more officers any time soon, the Lowell Police Department is finding other ways to get the job done.
Those thinking milk prices are too high now had better brace themselves for even higher prices.
LOWELL | Pungent smoke wafted through the cloudy, chilled air as sap cooked down over an open fire.
LOWELL | With a few successes under its belt, the 3-year-old Lowell Redevelopment Commission is setting its sights on planning for the Illiana Expressway, marketing vacant properties and eying annexation eastward.
LOWELL | The Town Council has positioned itself to save $175,000 in interest on a $2.3 million bond issue.
LOWELL | Two Lowell High School vocational automotive students recently came away champions in the Chicagoland Top Tech Challenge.
CROWN POINT | High school seniors whose parents are Farm Bureau members or carry Farm Bureau insurance in Lake County can apply for scholarships, the bureau announced.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board's Thursday meeting has been canceled.
LOWELL | The Town Council is accepting applications for positions on boards and commissions.
LOWELL | Downtown merchants are upset about the walls of snow they say are blocking access to their shops.
LOWELL | Lake Prairie Elementary School students were supplied with bottled water Wednesday after taps began discharging murky water there late Tuesday.
LOWELL | An error at the county level could have undercut Lowell's assessed valuation by $40 million if it had gone undetected.
LOWELL | The next club joining the extracurricular ranks at Lowell High School is expected to be a Bible study/fellowship group.
LOWELL | Local emergency responders may have been told there will be no money coming to cover their costs to serve the planned Illiana Expressway, but that's not stopping them from pursuing the issue.
LOWELL | Local government leaders are fired up over a game change in the Illiana roadway planning they say will be impossible to meet.
LOWELL | Local government leaders were fired up Thursday about a change in the Illiana Expressway planning that they say will be impossible to meet.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board has approved the formation of a "Girls on the Run" offering at Lake Prairie School.
The Food Bank of Northwest Indiana has scheduled two Family Food Nights.
LOWELL | The Lowell Library Board has elected officers for the new year.
LOWELL | After canceling its Monday regular meeting, the Lowell Town Council will meet in a special session at 10 a.m. today.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board moved forward Thursday with plans for an estimated $3.3 million transportation center to be built next to Lowell Middle School.
LOWELL | The Town Council recently recognized employees who had perfect attendance in 2013.
L0WELL | While most appointments to boards and commissions were made without comment, the new makeup of the Lowell Police Commission leaves one councilman concerned.
LOWELL | Democratic Town Councilman Phillip Kuiper said Saturday he plans to make a bid for the Indiana House seat being vacated by Rick Niemeyer, R-Lowell.
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