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EAST CHICAGO | Money remaining from a federal grant received last year will be used to repair a crack in the Goodman Park swimming pool, East Chicago officials said.
GLENWOOD | The Glenwood Board of Trustees met Tuesday to discuss its water contract with Chicago Heights. The contract expires next month.
EAST CHICAGO | City Council members gave a long list of suggestions to the city's park superintendent this week regarding how a $331,000 windfall should be spent.
CALUMET CITY | Three longtime educators who are retiring this year were recognized by the Calumet City Elementary District 155 School Board on Monday.
EAST CHICAGO | The East Chicago School Board has approved the district calendar for the 2013-14 school year.
CALUMET CITY | Currently completing his eighth year as superintendent of Calumet City Elementary District 155, Troy Paraday will begin working under a new five-year contract July 1.
EAST CHICAGO | The Early College program at East Chicago Central High School recently received an endorsement from the University of Indianapolis-based Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning.
EAST CHICAGO | The East Chicago School Board has hired a law firm to explore the board's interest in reacquiring the former Eugene Field Elementary School, School Board President Jesse Gomez said.
GLENWOOD | The Glenwood Village Board on Tuesday approved funding to create an emergency water main cross connection with the village of Homewood
EAST CHICAGO | Half of the 92 trees bought through a $15,000 grant received from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources already have been planted in the city, said Francisco Rosado, superintendent of parks and recreation.
EAST CHICAGO | In order to encourage the hiring of East Chicago residents to the Police Department, the City Council has approved an ordinance that will give residents a credit of 15 percent on the oral interview portion of the hiring process.
EAST CHICAGO | Superintendent Michael Harding said the district expects to receive money for school safety from the state some time after July 1.
GLENWOOD | The Village Board last week did not approve the creation of one liquor license and tabled a vote on another.
EAST CHICAGO | A project that will clean a river segment between Kennedy Avenue and Cline Avenue began late last month.
LANSING | Veterans killed in action or who have since died were remembered and saluted for their sacrifices at a Memorial Day service held Sunday at the Lansing Veterans Memorial at the Lansing Municipal Airport.
EAST CHICAGO | Laughter and appreciation were in plentiful supply Thursday as the East Chicago Education Foundation hosted its annual Teachers of Excellence Recognition Dinner at Block Junior High School.
LANSING | The Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board recognized Memorial Junior High School at its May meeting for the school's artistic achievements and contributions to the community.
LANSING | The Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board is proceeding with plans to sell $10 million in working cash bonds to pay for improvements to district buildings.
LANSING | The Lansing Elementary District 158 Board of Education approved a new contract for Superintendent Cecilia Heiberger last week by a 6-1 vote.
EAST CHICAGO | The Park Board has approved a $114,649 contract for ServiScape, LLC to perform lawn and course maintenance at the city-owned MacArthur Golf Course this season.
GLENWOOD | The village's fire rating has been upgraded from a Class 5 to a Class 4 level.
GLENWOOD | A standing-room-only crowd filled the Glenwoodie Golf Club clubhouse Tuesday to witness three police officers become sergeants and the appointments of a new deputy fire chief and the village's first Fire Department chaplain.
CALUMET CITY | The Calumet City Elementary District 155 School Board seated its new members on Monday, based on results from the April 9 election.
LANSING | The Lester Crawl Primary Center is one of just 12 schools in the state that recently received an Illinois School Breakfast Challenge Award.
LANSING | Parade entries lined up down Wentworth Avenue from Ridge Road to 178th Street on Saturday afternoon for the 46th annual Good Neighbor Day Parade.
LANSING | The Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board last month approved the employment of Mark Crotty as business manager, effective July 1.
LANSING | The Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board welcomed one new member and said goodbye to another Wednesday.
LANSING | The 46th installment of Lansing's Good Neighbor Day Parade will commence at 2 p.m. Saturday.
GLENWOOD | A Glenwood woman will compete for the title of Miss Illinois in June.
EAST CHICAGO | A string of air conditioner thefts that occurred in the city in late March and early this month does not represent a new trend, according to East Chicago Police Chief Mark Becker.
CALUMET CITY | It appears it could be so-long Springfield and hello Six Flags next month for eighth-graders at Wentworth Junior High School.
GLENWOOD | Two liquor license applications that failed to win approval earlier this month will be reconsidered at the May 21 Village Board meeting.
EAST CHICAGO | The Indiana Harbor and Ship Canal dredging project has been temporarily suspended because of maintenance work being performed on the Dickey Road Bridge.
LANSING | Busted boilers are just one reason the Lansing Elementary District 158 Board of Education is expected to vote on the sale of $10 million in bonds at its May 15 meeting.
GLENWOOD | The Glenwood Police Department has issued a community alert in response to four reports of indecent exposure that occurred between April 9 and 12.
EAST CHICAGO | Fire Chief Emiliano Perez will get his wish to appoint his own deputy chief following the City Council's approval of an ordinance on Monday.
SAUK VILLAGE | Village officials want to enter into an agreement with the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency to obtain a low interest $5.3 million loan for improvements to the village's two water treatment plants.
SOUTH HOLLAND | The Village Board voted unanimously on Monday to authorize Cook County to make a no-cash bid on the village's behalf in hopes of acquiring about four acres of property at 16861 Vincennes Ave.
GLENWOOD | Village President Kerry Durkin will face a challenge from write-in candidate Adam Winston when voters go to the polls April 9.
EAST CHICAGO | Fire Chief Emiliano Perez recently told the City Council he hopes an ordinance creating a deputy fire chief wins final approval.
GLENWOOD | Four residents will compete for three, four-year seats in the April 9 election for village trustee.
GLENWOOD | Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson crossed the state border this week to personally thank the village of Glenwood for its recent donation of a 32-year-old surplus firetruck to the city.
LANSING | In response to a grievance filed by the Lansing Education Association, the Lansing Elementary School District 158 School Board on Wednesday unanimously approved a board conduct resolution.
LANSING | An estimated crowd of 200 filled the commons area of Thornton Fractional South High School last night as the school's Parent Teacher Student Association hosted a candidates forum for those running for positions within the village in the April 9 election.
LANSING | The shiny new gymnasium at Reavis Elementary School was packed Thursday for a ribbon cutting ceremony that officially unveiled the first of two phases of a renovation and expansion project at the school that serves students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
EAST CHICAGO | East Chicago Council members Christine Vasquez, 4th District, and Rosendo Cuevaso, 5th District, have scheduled a Neighborhood Crime Watch meeting for 5:30 p.m. tonight at the East Chicago Public Library, 2401 E. Columbus Drive.
EAST CHICAGO | While no cause has yet been determined for a fire Saturday that destroyed a string of businesses in the 500 block of West Chicago Avenue, the City Council on Monday expressed appreciation for fire departments from nearby communities that provided assistance.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Two surplus city police vehicles will be donated to the Chicago Heights Park District, the City Council decided.
GLENWOOD | As an act of interstate goodwill, the village has donated a surplus firetruck to the city of Gary.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | In hopes of welcoming a major retailing establishment to the northeast corner of Lincoln Highway and Western Avenue, the City Council on Monday began seeking proposals for the purchase and development of 6 acres of city-owned property at 20937 Western Ave.
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