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CROWN POINT | Holladay Properties is considering constructing medical arts buildings and warehousing operations at the Interstate 65 intersection with U.S. 231, city officials said.
A fixture at the Hobart Summer Market, Phyllis Verduzco fields all kinds of questions from customers, from whether her produce is organic to how to prepare the homegrown zucchini.
CROWN POINT | What started as a plea from a youth soccer coach may finally land a long-awaited indoor athletics dome in the Crown Point sports complex.
CROWN POINT | A building designed in 1990 to fit police and fire departments at half their current ranks will be among civic structures to be reviewed, city officials said.
CROWN POINT | Food grower and processor Van Drunen Farms plans to breathe new life into the former Dawn Food Products plant when the company occupies the site within the next year.
CROWN POINT | Plans to connect homes in the unincorporated Hermits Lake and Willowdale Manor subdivisions to the city sewer system have been affirmed by the City Council.
CROWN POINT | A move to permit beer sales in a confined area of the city sports complex won final City Council approval Monday over the objections of Councilwoman Laura Sauerman.
CROWN POINT | Another in a growing number of outdoor courtyards in the downtown is set to open within days.
CROWN POINT | Buildings once occupied by the library will be put up for sale in the latest plan by library officials.
Northwest Indiana officials and residents stayed tuned late Friday as Illinois lawmakers in the waning hours of the session considered measures with potential to impact the region.
CROWN POINT | Proposed changes could cut costs of a state-mandated long-term plan for correcting the overflow of stormwater into the city sanitary sewer system, officials said.
CROWN POINT | Local broadband provider Magnum Wireless won early approval Tuesday for plans to construct an 80-foot tower outside its planned new location in the city.
Warm Sunday mornings usually find Bob Huffman riding his bicycle from his Munster home to the Cracker Barrel restaurant in Merrillville, to meet his wife, Chris, for breakfast.
Bob Huffman bicycles 14 miles one way on Sunday mornings over a combination of paved trails, side streets and busy roads to meet his wife, Chris, for breakfast at the Cracker Barrel restaurant off Interstate 65 at 61st Avenue in Merrillville.
Editor's Note: An incomplete version of this story ran in some Wednesday editions.
CROWN POINT | Pedestrian crosswalks in the downtown are being targeted for safety improvements, Crown Point officials say.
CROWN POINT | Center Township officials will meet Monday for the first time under the leadership of Trustee Paul Bremer.
CROWN POINT | A move to connect homes in the unincorporated subdivisions Hermits Lake and Willowdale Manor to the city sewer system is gaining ground.
CROWN POINT | An imported food store and deli will be a welcome addition to an east side area, city officials said in approving zoning for the store.
CROWN POINT | A move to permit beer sales in a confined area of adult league play at the city sports complex passed an early test on Monday.
CROWN POINT | High schoolers calling themselves the Underdogs pitted their bean-bag-tossing robots against some of the best in the world last month at an international robotics competition.
CROWN POINT | Softball play is set to start soon at three new fields constructed in the city-owned sports complex, officials said.
CROWN POINT | Work toward a major fix to a key downtown street began this week, Crown Point officials said.
CROWN POINT | Senior housing and a gas station planned for the former Breyfogle farmland remain a possibility after first being proposed in 2011, city officials said.
CROWN POINT | A project to better manage stormwater at the intersection of 101st Avenue and Broadway could include a small pond, fishing piers and a walking trail.
A history lover since childhood and a former Lowell resident, Julie Govert helped make history Thursday.
The desire to make life better for people in the region and the world inspired two local youngsters to create prize winning science projects.
CROWN POINT | An imported-food shop and carry-out deli won a zoning appeals board recommendation Monday for a variance to operate in an industrial zone.
CROWN POINT | With a 10-year deadline approaching, organizers will appeal for more time to transform an 83-year-old donated building into a classical arts center for Northwest Indiana.
CROWN POINT | Library contents from wooden chairs to orange metal book shelves and a replica space shuttle were sold at auction Saturday, but the building itself drew no bidders.
CROWN POINT | An inspector has been hired to handle demands of newly enacted rental housing regulations.
CROWN POINT | The Historic Preservation Commission approved plans to restore a downtown cornerstone building to its original look with one hitch.
CROWN POINT | Creation of a trail connecting nature areas from Crown Point to Cedar Lake is being explored.
CROWN POINT | Police Department staffing will remain at an all-time high of 41 with the addition to the force this month of Officer Daniel Lee.
CROWN POINT | Lake Superior Court Judge Julie Cantrell will act as hearing officer for the city in cases where buildings have been deemed unsafe.
CROWN POINT | The Cobe Cup race may have run its last lap unless someone steps up to chair and organize the event, chamber of commerce officials said.
CROWN POINT | A revision of city rules governing signs could be in order as requests for variances grow.
CROWN POINT | Owners of a circa 1891 building in the downtown revealed plans Monday for restoring the ground level of the structure to its original look.
CROWN POINT | A commercial starring the Main Street boutique Amy Laurie's and its owners is first to be featured on local cable access channels as part of Crown Point's Shop Local campaign.
CROWN POINT | A picnic shelter and paved parking lot could be added before year's end to the Summit Street entrance to the Erie Lackawanna bike trail in Crown Point.
CROWN POINT | A piece of city-owned real estate will go on the auction block Saturday.
CROWN POINT | An Indiana Avenue woodworking plant was one of several businesses in the city to be granted an annual renewal of its tax abatement.
CROWN POINT | The growing popularity of mini marathons as fundraisers has city officials looking at the impact on municipal resources.
CROWN POINT | Officials will explore ways to regulate vacant, unsafe commercial buildings in the city.
CROWN POINT | A downtown corner will get street lighting in a partnership between the city and Centier Bank.
CROWN POINT | A Speedway gas station at 109th Avenue and Broadway will get another 30 days to justify the need for more signs than were originally permitted by planning and zoning officials.
CROWN POINT | A kid-sized space shuttle where countless local children lifted off on pretend flights will be among items to go on the block when contents of the former library, and one library building, are auctioned in April.
CROWN POINT | With the pull of a lever, the cell door that once confined bank robber John Dillinger clanked into place along with three other cell doors for the first time in decades.
CROWN POINT | Philanthropist Dean White's pledge this month of $2 million in matching funds helped clinch a third round of improvements for the city sports complex.
CROWN POINT | Solon Robinson Elementary School fourth-graders welcomed Indiana first lady Karen Pence with hugs and handmade cards Friday when the governor's wife visited the building.
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