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HOBART | The City Council has several potential ordinances in the works.
GARY | A sign outside of the Humane Society of Northwest Indiana was destroyed in a crash Sunday morning.
SCHERERVILLE | A new 31-lot residential development has been proposed along Burr Street near 91st Avenue.
HOBART | Mayor Brian Snedecor feels blessed after the city received a federal grant to hire new firefighters.
MERRILLVILLE | The Stormwater Management Board created another committee Tuesday night.
HOBART | A large expansion is in the works at Albanese Confectionery.
MERRILLVILLE | New homes could be coming to the site of the former Broadmoor Country Club.
CROWN POINT | A Merrillville man was sentenced to 80 years in prison Tuesday, exactly two years after killing a Lucky Mart Foods clerk during a robbery.
SCHERERVILLE | The list of tenants for the Shops on Main continues to grow.
MERRILLVILLE | Two committees recently established by the town's Stormwater Management Board might get washed away.
MERRILLVILLE | Investigators have received multiple tips this week after offering a reward for information about the Nov. 4 slaying at Piatak Meats and releasing video footage of a vehicle believed to be involved in the incident.
SCHERERVILLE | Town leaders want to add another level of accountability before they consider approving an interlocal agreement on the consolidation of E-911 dispatch services in the county.
SCHERERVILLE | The Town Council is interested in contributing funding toward the extension of the South Shore commuter rail line to Dyer, but councilmen aren't yet sure how much Schererville can provide.
A local cardiac physician has his heart devoted to helping Syrians.
MERRILLVILLE | A proposed memory care facility is among several businesses that received the Town Council's support Tuesday night.
MERRILLVILLE | A 57-year-old Merrillville woman allegedly pointed two different guns at a relative during a domestic dispute Saturday and struck the man with one of the firearms, a table lamp and a candy dish, police said.
HOBART | The Hobart Police Department has wanted a training facility of its own for years.
HOBART | A potential art business will be allowed to offer tattooing services.
MERRILLVILLE | A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the Nov. 4 slaying at Piatak Meats, and police on Monday are expected to issue footage they have compiled in the investigation.
Some local street departments trying to keep roads bland the remainder of this winter say they need Cargill to pass the salt.
HOBART | A potentially fatal situation ended safely Monday after Hobart police located a suicidal man who wandered away from his home during heavy snowfall.
HOBART | The city had many accomplishments in 2013, and Mayor Brian Snedecor thinks more success is in store for Hobart this year.
SCHERERVILLE | Safety improvements that include the creation of a roundabout on Cline Avenue could be in place by this fall.
MERRILLVILLE | A 19-year-old Gary woman is accused of attempting to cash a fraudulent check at a Tech Federal Credit Union branch in Merrillville.
MERRILLVILLE | If Merrillville leaders decide to create a full-time information technology specialist position, candidates wouldn't necessarily need years of work experience, Clerk-Treasurer Eugene Guernsey said.
SCHERERVILLE | Restaurants and kids clothing stores are among additional businesses slated for the Shops on Main development.
SCHERERVILLE | The Schererville Police Department is expected to provide more details Friday about a physical altercation involving adults attending a youth basketball game Sunday afternoon at Homan Elementary School.
SCHERERVILLE | Schererville residents can expect to have their municipal water bills increase in coming months.
MERRILLVILLE | The town is no longer interested in pursuing condemnation proceedings to acquire property in the Preserve subdivision.
HOBART | Hobart has been forced to cut its 2014 budget by $2.3 million after it was certified by the state, Mayor Brian Snedecor said.
SCHERERVILLE | No charges have been filed in connection with a Sunday fight involving adults attending a youth basketball game at Homan Elementary School, but the case remains open, police said.
SCHERERVILLE | Residential and business projects could be coming to Schererville.
HAMMOND | The president of Bishop Noll Institute said the school has excelled at educating students' minds and souls during its 93 years of existence, and he will make sure those efforts will continue to be exceptional.
MERRILLVILLE | The first official meeting of the town's newly-created Historic Preservation Commission could occur in coming weeks.
MERRILLVILLE | Charges were filed Friday in connection with an alleged drug deal involving about 25 pounds of marijuana.
HOBART | New training grounds for the Hobart Police Department could be operational by this summer.
MERRILLVILLE | The town has made an offer of nearly $60,000 for property it wants to acquire in the Preserve subdivision.
SCHERERVILLE | A longtime vacant property could be transformed into Schererville's first brewery.
The extreme weather has created difficulties in obtaining food for area residents in need.
SCHERERVILLE | Town leaders are examining what it will take to build two new modern fire stations in Schererville.
MERRILLVILLE | The town could tow vehicles parked curbside after two or more inches of snow accumulates.
MERRILLVILLE | The Town Council has pay hikes scheduled for all of the municipality's full-time civilian employees.
MERRILLVILLE | Police Chief Joseph Petruch is pleased with the decrease in crime Merrillville experienced in 2013.
MERRILLVILLE | Two councilmen have more involvement on town committees after complaining certain wards in Merrillville weren't adequately represented on the committees.
MERRILLVILLE | An assisted living/skilled nursing facility proposed for Merrillville's south side isn't advancing at this time, and the town is uncertain about the status of a different development proposed for Mississippi Street.
HOBART | When a friend asked Connie Utley to travel with her to California, Utley had one question.
SCHERERVILLE | Schererville had a 16 percent decrease in major crimes reported in 2013, Police Chief David Dowling said.
MERRILLVILLE | Merrillville police officers won't be the only town employees to receive raises.
MERRILLVILLE | Pictures posted on Facebook are among evidence linking a 23-year-old man to an armed robbery in Merrillville, police said.
MERRILLVILLE | A man survived a gunshot to his face following what was reported as an armed robbery outside a Merrillville apartment building, police said.
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