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HIGHLAND | The Town Council on Monday hired and swore in Alex Perez as Highland's newest police officer.
GRIFFITH | The Griffith Town Council raised a glass last week to plans for a new microbrewery.
HIGHLAND | Cooperation among several police departments, residents and businesses on Wednesday resulted in the arrest of two burglary suspects, authorities said.
HIGHLAND | Some Meadows subdivision residents have told the Town Council they don't like a new motel planned for the vacant Terry Shaver Pontiac site.
The virtues of serving God and country came second nature to James Courtright.
HIGHLAND | A Democratic caucus on Tuesday unanimously elected Dennis Adams to fill a seat on the Highland Town Council.
GRIFFITH |The new animal shelter should be open for business in about six months, town officials have been told.
HIGHLAND | A six building motel complex will be built on the long-vacant property that once housed the Terry Shaver Pontiac dealership.
GRIFFITH | A new health services program for the public school system is working just as Griffith school officials said they had hoped.
HIGHLAND | Highland Democrats will caucus Nov. 26 to name a successor to Councilman Brian Novak, D-4th, who resigned last week to focus on his career.
HIGHLAND | Town Council President Brian Novak, D-4th, has resigned from that post to focus on his professional career.
GRIFFITH | Although they received a 3 percent raise earlier in Tuesday's Town Council meeting, town employees still gave the board an earful when it was their turn to talk.
People enjoyed a warm comfort zone when talking with Donald Tyler.
GRIFFITH | The Town Council is waiting to hear from Enbridge Energy Co. about rerouting a new pipeline to spare about a dozen trees.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council on Monday officially approved the construction of a new Highland police station.
GRIFFITH | About 50 angry parents gave an earful to the Griffith Public Schools board on Thursday about letters of discipline their kids received after acts of vandalism on "senior prank" day.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council held a public information meeting Wednesday on a new police station and could approve the project after a public hearing Monday.
Shirley Schelfo began each day of her life with the anticipation of spreading her sunshine and love to other people.
Most of what James Wolf enjoyed in life centered around his family.
HIGHLAND |Gordon Food Service is coming to Highland.
Lewis Biegel's life was defined by his love for his country, Notre Dame and all of his grandchildren.
GRIFFITH | The Town Council on Tuesday received an earful from residents weary of trucks filled with water barreling down their streets.
In one way or another, Frances Washausen was always doing something to help young people in school, church or sports.
Patty Wilkins was a mother to all the young people she ever knew.
If you enjoyed the fifth grade as a Crown Point student, chances are that Richard Garretson was your teacher.
Dr. Henry Giragos was a man born to heal and pray — often at the same time.
HIGHLAND | This year's Midwest Zest Fest promises to be bigger and better than ever.
GRIFFITH | The Town Council on Tuesday said it will fight a move by the Hammond Sanitary District to cancel an existing contract for handling Griffith's wastewater.
GRIFFITH | Portions of North Broad Street will be closed to traffic, one stretch as early as today, to accommodate a Labor Day weekend celebration.
HIGHLAND | The check was in the mail — and it came four years sooner than expected.
With nine children to care for, Dominic Vicari Jr. was the perfect example of a family man.
GRIFFITH | The Town Council on Tuesday tapped NIES Engineering Inc. to study how to corral stormwater at the former Griffith Golf Course.
Lillian Nelson was a loving mother who gave birth to all seven of her children within a decade.
HIGHLAND | After denying a local tavern's annual request for an outdoor beer garden last year, some members of the Town Council had a change of heart.
GRIFFITH | Officials are eager to build the town's new animal shelter, but say more financial donations are needed from residents and businesses.
GRIFFITH | A grievance filed by the Griffith Federation of Teachers has resulted in a loss of teacher bonus money from a state grant, the School Board said Thursday.
GRIFFITH | With downtown Broad Street's renovation complete, Griffith is focusing on Main Street.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council this week reversed a previous ruling limiting the work hours of part-time town employees in relation to the federal Affordable Care Act.
Whether he was carving out a block of wood, tossing out a fishing line or donning his barbecue hat, Denis Klein was a talent to behold.
GRIFFITH | Town officials say violent crime is on the decline in Griffith.
While he was very good at carving wood, Fred Mendoza carved out some great relationships with the many people he met.
HIGHLAND | The Town Council has paved the way for a complete reconstruction of 98th Street.
GRIFFITH | Residents who have been complaining about the town's animal shelter were no-shows after being invited to attend Thursday's Safety Board meeting.
Theodore Pace was more than a great "go-to" guy — if someone needed help, he often went straight to them.
GRIFFITH | It may soon cost homeowners an extra $25 a month on their utility bills if they fail to get free new water meters.
Perhaps the only thing more beautiful than Gloria Kallimani as a person was the angelic sound of her voice.
GRIFFITH | The Griffith Safety Board on Thursday agreed with the Town Council's decision to deny a hearing for former Police Chief Ron Kottka on his demotion in November.
GRIFFITH | The Griffith-Highland-Munster police task force made five arrests during the past few days, the Griffith Town Council said Tuesday.
GRIFFITH | The town is seeking donations for a new animal shelter, the Town Council said Tuesday.
GRIFFITH | The Town Council on Tuesday said "no" to a second demand from Ron Kottka's lawyer to give the former police chief a hearing on his demotion in November.
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