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Power was knocked out to about 1,200 homes in Lakes of the Four Seasons Wednesday as a result of a car crash involving a utility pole, a spokeswoman with the Kankakee Valley REMC said.
CROWN POINT | A manager for the city's Sportsplex could be named within a week.
WINFIELD | Winfield officials said they expect to have a first-ever marshal to perform municipal police duties hired by the end of the month.
CROWN POINT | As many as 20 stores, several restaurants and two hotels would occupy the newly dubbed Crown Point Galleria at the 109th Avenue and Interstate 65 interchange in plans proposed by developer Todd Kleven.
ST. JOHN | Griffith-based Walsh & Kelly Inc. was awarded the contract for the nearly $5 million road overhaul of town streets, signaling what could be the start of work as soon as next week.
WINFIELD | Wynbrook subdivision homeowners are objecting to the proposed second phase of residences in the subdivision.
CROWN POINT | Linda Perez-Gallegos brings corporate experience and personal insight to her new role as executive director of the Crown Point-based St. Jude House domestic violence shelter.
WINFIELD | Incorporated just 21 years ago, Winfield can't boast century-old buildings or a picture postcard downtown.
CROWN POINT | A Kouts man was named top winner Friday in the annual Northwest Indiana House Raffle.
CROWN POINT | Hiring a manager for the city's thriving sports complex emerged as a possibility Thursday in early discussion of the 2015 budget.
CROWN POINT | An afternoon cloudburst on Friday, opening day of the Lake County Fair, had Dan Johnsen a little worried.
CROWN POINT | City employees' salaries will be among topics up for discussion Thursday when the City Council meets in a workshop to begin shaping the 2015 budget.
CROWN POINT | A medical practice specializing in treating sports-related injuries plans to open an office and lab in the city.
CROWN POINT | An aging filtration system in the wastewater treatment plant will be replaced as part of a long-term plan for correcting the overflow of storm water into the city sanitary sewer system.
CROWN POINT | A busy intersection near Crown Point High School is going to be improved.
ST. JOHN | Griffith-based Walsh and Kelly was the apparent low bidder on a project to repair 20 miles of St. John streets.
CROWN POINT | Early phases of engineering have been approved for a project to extend Delaware Parkway north of 109th Avenue to 107th Avenue.
ST. JOHN | The Town Counvil granted preliminary approval recently to annex about 130 acres at U.S. 231 and Parrish Avenue.
CROWN POINT | Zoning changes to permit an inflatable dome in the city Sportsplex won board approval on Monday.
WINFIELD | Town officials said they are narrowing a field of applicants for the newly created marshal position after receiving nearly 50 resumes.
WINFIELD | Winfield is preparing to repave its busiest road and main artery leading to Interstate 65 and Crown Point.
CROWN POINT | A Crown Point church youth group is grateful to be carrying on its mission after losing Bibles and other personal belongings to a thief in St. Louis.
CROWN POINT | An ordinance permitting modifications to the design of homes in the Hamilton Square planned unit development was approved by the City Council.
CROWN POINT | An ordinance establishing a cash reserve fund for the municipal water utility won preliminary approval by the City Council.
CROWN POINT | Land proposed for a new subdivision on 109th Avenue was granted a zone change to residential from agriculture.
CROWN POINT | Plans advanced Monday to relocate the city's public works department under a single roof.
CROWN POINT | Police patrol officers will work 12-hour shifts starting later this year in a policy change approved Wednesday by the Board of Public Works and Safety.
WINFIELD | The town's busiest road will get an overhaul later this year.
A new tool purchased with grant money from a local steelmaker will help area first responders rescue car crash victims.
CROWN POINT | The historical downtown adds to the city's appeal, and officials want to make sure it is protected.
CROWN POINT | A thriving outdoor dining scene in the downtown is about to get a little more crowded.
ST. JOHN | Town officials Thursday took the initial step to increase areas where tax increment financing can be collected.
CROWN POINT | This month's Board of Zoning Appeals meeting will be Tuesday to accommodate the Monday Memorial Day holiday.
Dropped last year for lack of a sponsor, the Cobe Cup classic car cruise is set to race back in June.
CROWN POINT | A high school film crew spotlighted another four area businesses before wrapping up a second straight year of the city's Shop Local program.
WINFIELD | A newly hired full-time planning and zoning administrator for the town also will act as liaison to the Town Council.
CROWN POINT | Work leading to a state-mandated sewer separation is estimated to cost $4.6 million, according to a preliminary engineering report approved by the Board of Public Works and Safety.
CROWN POINT | The Redevelopment Commission recently approved paying not more than $3,500 for the 2014 annual report documenting tax increment financing revenue for Crown Point was approved by the Redevelopment Commission.
CROWN POINT | City officials recently approved the promotion of Travis Thomas to first-class police officer.
EAST CHICAGO | A National Day of Action Against Dirty Fuels rally Saturday in a grassy park in the shadow of a BP Amoco oil refinery tower drew more than 175 people.
VALPARAISO | U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky recalled the long local history of Laborers' International Union of North America on Saturday in dedicating Local 81's new union hall.
CROWN POINT | Teams are expected to play ball later this spring on girls softball fields nearing completion in the city-owned sports complex.
CROWN POINT | A second round of new homes is planned in Copper Creek subdivision, where construction of a first phase of homes is set to start in July.
ST. JOHN | Outdoor special events in town are now subject to a permitting process.
CROWN POINT | Efforts are underway to combine the city's sprawling public works department under a single roof.
CROWN POINT | A third phase of Waterside Crossing subdivision consisting of eight lots won primary plat approval from the Plan Commission.
WINFIELD | Help-wanted ads will go out soon for the town's first police official.
CROWN POINT | Plans advanced Monday for Van Drunen Farms to construct its own building on the former Dawn Food Products site at Summit and Madison streets.
ST. JOHN | St. John officials weighed the town's steady residential growth and key location at a major crossroads into a decision this year to take the next step in promoting economic development.
CROWN POINT | Diners can watch their bread being baked and eat it, too in a cafe planned for the downtown square.
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