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LANSING | Businesses within the village that wish to get a property tax break from Cook County government will now have to pay municipal government a fee to cover the costs of processing the request.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council approved the purchase of new play equipment for Cedar Crest Park, 9455 W. 141st Place.
CEDAR LAKE | The town’s new online system for paying utility bills should be live and on the Web next month, Clerk-Treasurer Amy Gross said.
LOWELL | The Lowell Board of Zoning Appeals and Plan Commission have canceled their meetings scheduled for Thursday.
When voters in parts of the south suburbs go to the polling place March 18, they will be asked to decide whether a pair of incumbent government officials should be replaced by people whose records include felony convictions.
VALPARAISO | Mike McCall hit a tip-in that barely beat the buzzer as Saint Louis escaped from the Athletics-Recreation Center on Saturday night with a 67-65 victory over Valparaiso.
GARY | A valiant comeback effort ended just short for Michigan City, as host West Side outlasted the Wolves.
LOWELL | Times No. 6 E.C. Central (3-1) used a 27-point third quarter to beat Lowell 68-52 on Saturday night.
HAMMOND | Munster hax never claimed to be the most talented team, but the Mustangs win because they don't really ever beat themselves.
GARY | Bowman Academy turned defense into offense all game long against Andrean.
CHESTERTON | For those hankering for butter crunch flavored coffee, almond coconut cake truffles or homemade sea salt caramel sauce, the European Market’s Mistletoe Market was the place to be Saturday.
RICHTON PARK | Saturday's Rich East Invitational may have been the first major bowling meet of their varsity careers, but T.F. North freshmen Capri Howard and Candice Redman looked more like seasoned seniors.
GRIFFITH | The Griffith Town Council raised a glass last week to plans for a new microbrewery.
CRETE | Asked how the south suburban basketball cognoscenti likely viewed Hillcrest's basketball program vs. her own before Saturday, Crete-Monee guard Alexia DeBose smiled.
PORTAGE | Bundled up and wrapped in blankets to ward off cold temperatures, children lined the curb in front of Frank Gilbert Park for the annual Portage Christmas parade Saturday afternoon.
PORTER | Visitors battled the bitter cold Saturday to head indoors at Bailly Homestead and Chellberg Farm at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore to experience a little of holiday life from long ago.
MUNSTER | Let’s just say on a freezing Saturday afternoon, Munster enjoyed a cup of Joe.
LOWELL | Retired Lake County Sheriff’s Deputy George Domazet, owner of Charmed Tattoo Body Piercing, said his interest in tattoos began in 2000.
This week, President Obama signed a memorandum directing the federal government to consume 20 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2020, more than double the current level.
One part cultural indicator, one part marketing forecast, the color experts at Pantone poll designers and brands each year about the colors they’re featuring.
So says Annie Sloan who has combined her love of color with a successful career as a paint designer, teacher, entrepreneur and author of more than 20 books including the one that started the painted furniture revolution in 1987 – “The Complete Book of Decorative Paint Techniques.”
Miley McGehee was an easygoing woman who loved her family and enjoyed living a simple life, said her son, John McGehee.
Dr. John Scully was dedicated to his career, and served as a mentor to many, said his wife, Joan Scully.
CALUMET CITY | Unlike past years T.F. North isn’t one of the big boys on the block this year. They’re the young upstarts trying to find out who they are.
SOUTH HOLLAND | All of 80 seconds into Thornwood's conference opener against rival Thornton, the Thunderbirds' star player, Donte Thomas, had a shot blocked, picked up a foul, was involved in some on-court chest-bumping and was one of two recipients in a double-technical.
CRETE | If the opening game of the Southland Athletic Conference schedule is anything like the rest of Crete-Monee's 2013-2014 season, it's going to be quite the roller-coaster ride for the Warriors.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso withstood Penn's full-court press and variety of defenses for the majority of Friday night's nonconference game at Viking Gym.
WHEATFIELD | The Times No. 7 Lowell was a road warrior at No. 10 Kankakee Valley on Friday night in the Northwest Crossroads Conference opener for both teams.
EAST CHICAGO | When Hyron Edwards is on top of his game and getting his opportunities, E.C. Central is pretty tough to beat.
HIGHLAND | DJ Wilkins has been there -- close game, Big Ten coach in the stands, teammates depending on experience and instinct to deliver a victory.
SOUTH HOLLAND | The Village Board gave its approval to a 4 percent increase in the levy that determines the amount of money it expects municipal government to receive from local property taxes.
LOWELL | A lot of questions were answered Wednesday when the Town Council met to hear more on the most recent E-911 consolidation proposal.
VALPARAISO | There will be a certain familiarity in the air at the Athletics-Recreation Center on Saturday night.
VALPARAISO | Being a leader involves constant growth, expanding your horizons and finding your passion, according to the 39 men and women who graduated Friday from the 34th Leadership Northwest Indiana class during a luncheon at Valparaiso University’s Harre Union.
MERRILLVILLE | About 97 percent of online consumers research products and services online before buying, but 58 percent of small businesses in Indiana don’t have functioning websites.
A fifth person has now been charged in connection with robberies between Michigan City and Westville.
Coming together for a holiday meal is a wonderful tradition. But let's be honest… if you have young children, or picky eaters of any age, those holiday meals carry just a little bit of dread.
The Lansing Association for Community Events (L.A.C.E.) is hoping to recreate what was once a popular holiday happening in the community. L.A.C.E.’s First Annual Christmas Home Tour takes place Sunday with four homeowners opening their not-so-humble-abodes to be admired.
Dorothy Judge was a kind and compassionate woman who loved everyone she met, said her granddaughter, Rachel Zecevich.
VALPARAISO | “Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!”
MICHIGAN CITY | For the first time in several years, Santa Claus on Friday night returned to Michigan City's downtown.
If you're planning a holiday party this year, take note — help is available.
GARY | More than 55 years have passed since 88-year-old Albert Cohen opened the furniture store that remains a Washington Street fixture in the city’s otherwise bleak retail habitat.
OAK LAWN | It seemed like T.F. North’s players never looked at the start time of Thursday night’s 65-41 South Suburban Conference cross-over loss to Oak Lawn.
HAMMOND | For the next couple of days, the Hammond Civic Center will be populated by elephants, camels, acrobatics, clowns, comical canines and people from all over the region who enjoy them.
UNION MILLS | South Central's girls basketball team created extra opportunities with turnovers and offensive rebounds, and the Satellites took advantage of those extra chances.
HIGHLAND | Cooperation among several police departments, residents and businesses on Wednesday resulted in the arrest of two burglary suspects, authorities said.
LANSING | Some 14 special education students at Thornton Fractional South High School on Friday held their annual Christmas holiday bazaar, at which they sell items they made to raise money for a local charitable cause.
LaPorte police are asking residents for help in locating a man who assaulted an employee of a fast food restaurant in the drive-thru over too much ice in his soft drink.
HAMMOND | A 64-year-old Gary man was arrested Thursday on tax fraud charges, according to federal court documents.
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