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HIGHLAND | A year from now, the town could be watching the construction of a new police station, Town Hall — or both, the Town Council said Monday.
GRIFFITH | The Safety Board is recommending a settlement with a Griffith police officer who alleged sexual discrimination in relation to a promotion.
While the clients of Irving Lang's State Farm agency benefited from his insurance skills, others benefited from his decency and visionary skills.
GRIFFITH | The town is waiting for the final step in its quest for financial relief from Calumet Township — the signature of Gov. Mike Pence.
GRIFFITH | Today's debut of the Griffith Central Market has been rescheduled for next week.
Roger Rettig was a man who treated kids around his neighborhood like they were his own.
GRIFFITH | A park already known for its many fine arts and craft fairs is adding food to its long schedule of events.
GRIFFITH | The Town Council is concerned about the central 911 system that would replace the individual systems of each town in Lake County.
GRIFFITH | Graffiti was found over several residential blocks early Tuesday morning, town officials said.
Dimas Correa was a man whose love of children was easily perceived by any kid lucky enough to cross his path.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council is trying to decide what infrastructure project to tackle through a Community Development Block Grant allocation.
GRIFFITH – A police officer recently suspended for stealing state grant money has decided to retire, the Safety Board said Thursday.
GRIFFITH | The upcoming Griffith Central Market is hoping for a big debut when it opens next month.
Wherever Michael Jerome Perry went, he made the world better for everyone.
GRIFFITH | Police officer and former Town Councilman Michael Gulley recently was suspended without pay after being accused of stealing state police grant money, Griffith officials said.
Marie Parrish was a guiding force not just for her children, but for all young people she ever encountered.
GRIFFITH | The Lake Area United Way on Thursday named the winners of its Everyday Community Heroes video contest.
Marie Parrish was not just a guiding force for her children, but for all young people she ever encountered.
EAST CHICAGO | Before a large audience Wednesday at the Field Educational Center, Mayor Anthony Copeland gave a State of the City address that promises many projects in 2013.
GRIFFITH | The Town Council on Tuesday said relief from the financial drain of Calumet Township might be just two votes away.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council on Monday approved an agreement that expands the number of communities the Fire Department can contact for assistance with additional firefighters and equipment.
The amount of compassion within David Escamilla could be measured by the length of his locks.
Robert Nagel loved nothing better in life than having fun — as long as he was sharing it with his family and friends.
GRIFFITH | Saying the first two years were very productive, the Griffith Public Schools board has signed on for another two years with the YMCA.
GRIFFITH | It was standing room only Tuesday night as residents encouraged the Town Council to continue its effort to secede from Calumet Township.
GRIFFITH | Griffith residents asking what happened in the Indiana Senate to the Calumet Township secession bill are invited to attend the Town Council's meeting Tuesday evening.
HIGHLAND | The Highland Town Council has sworn in a new police officer, bringing the force up to 36.
James Haugh was not just a deacon at St. Stanislaus Church, he was an unofficial "deacon" to the city of his birth.
HIGHLAND | The Highland Town Council voted to buy a house at 3305 Ridge Road for $133,000.
HIGHLAND | It's becoming more unusual for someone to work 25 years for the same company, and even more rare to work a quarter-century without missing a day of work.
MICHELLE MONET WILLIAMS / DEC. 16, 1954 - DEC. 31, 2012
HIGHLAND | Highland has signed an agreement extending its garbage collection contract with Republic Services Inc.
HIGHLAND | Redevelopment and revitalization are common threads woven through Highland's immediate past, present and future.
Richard Riley learned early in life that hard work will get you where you want to go.
GRIFFITH | The Town Council named Griffith Detective Greg Mance as its new police chief Tuesday.
GRIFFITH | The town's public schools are safer since the tragic Connecticut school shootings in December, the School Board said Thursday.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council is about to buy the last house standing on the site of a future police station.
Whether she was serving her country during World War II or serving her parish in later years, Mary Elizabeth Doherty truly defined "The Greatest Generation."
GRIFFITH | After a pair of public hearings, the Griffith Town Council has approved water and sewer rate hikes to keep up with increasing operating costs.
HIGHLAND | A $1.75 million loan to the city of Hammond is about to be repaid, the Town Council learned on Monday.
When Mary Jane Kucharski first met her future husband, it was a case of love at first "sound."
HIGHLAND | The Masonic Temple is asking for anyone with knowledge of the recent theft of its symbol to contact police.
GRIFFITH | After six years of trying to leave Calumet Township, the Town Council said Tuesday that 2013 may finally be the charm.
HIGHLAND | Free volunteer work has been a big ticket for the vacant Town Theatre, the Town Council learned on Monday.
GRIFFITH | The School Board has welcomed two new members and selected its officers for the new year.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council on Friday approved an ordinance to adjust the town's five election districts.
GRIFFITH | The town shot a hole in one Friday when the Redevelopment Commission bought the vacant Griffith Golf Center.
GRIFFITH | The Town Council on Thursday reappointed several incumbents to various boards and commissions.
GRIFFITH | The School Board on Thursday approved two new programs designed to help young children.
GRIFFITH | With Griffith's approval Tuesday, the three-town police task force is two-thirds of the way toward hitting the streets.
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