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Many area officials want to make sure local veterans experience home ownership.
HOBART | There haven't been any games for a while at the Brickie Bowl, but the iconic the facility continues to generate excitement.
PORTER | About 9 a.m. Saturday, the call went out.
MERRILLVILLE | The cost to save the former Old Mill property remains uncertain, but town officials plan to soon obtain a better understanding of the structural integrity of the building constructed in 1851.
MERRILLVILLE | Work to smooth out Mississippi Street south of U.S. 30 is expected to start in coming weeks, Town Manager Bruce Spires said.
MERRILLVILLE | The TRON/AGEK Educational Foundation has secured a location for a potential charter school in Merrillville.
MERRILLVILLE | To entice a Korean pharmaceutical company to open a production facility in Merrillville, town leaders are contemplating purchasing a building that would be used by the company.
MERRILLVILLE | A developer is interested in building on lots in the stalled-out Foxmoor residential community.
MERRILLVILLE | Town legal advisers are examining several issues involving citations and fines issued for violations found during fire inspections.
MERRILLVILLE | Multiple town leaders oppose a proposed method of encouraging businesses to pay Merrillville's annual alarm permit renewal fee.
MERRILLVILLE | The former Old Mill pizza property has a new owner — the town of Merrillville.
MERRILLVILLE | Town councilmen have been asked to consider factors other than their opinions of charter schools when making a decision about a special exception sought for the proposed Northwest Indiana Science and Engineering Charter School.
MERRILLVILLE | Two teenagers are in custody in connection with an armed robbery early Wednesday at a Merrillville gas station.
MERRILLVILLE | An area along Mississippi Street north of U.S. 30 is attracting attention, Merrillville officials said.
MERRILLVILLE | Two Lake Station men allegedly broke into a construction company's property May 13 and stole an industrial air compressor and a trailer.
SCHERERVILLE | The first phase of the Shops on Main development is almost completely leased.
MERRILLVILLE | A shooting victim is recovering from wounds he suffered Thursday night, and investigators are searching for suspects involved in the attempted murder, police said.
MERRILLVILLE | Town Councilman Richard Hardaway walked out of Tuesday's meeting after memorial trees set to be planted in honor of his deceased relatives were questioned by Council President Carol Miano.
MERRILLVILLE | More than six years after two cousins were shot to death inside a Merrillville apartment, a Westville man has been accused of the murders.
SCHERERVILLE | Town leaders are supporting the Midwest Elite Preparatory Academy's plans to open a location in Schererville.
MERRILLVILLE | As the Town Council continues to consider a special exception request for a proposed charter school, a former Merrillville schools superintendent told Merrillville leaders about potential issues public educators could face if a charter school opens.
MERRILLVILLE | Town officials haven't provided much information about an international company that is considering locating in Merrillville, but efforts to bring the business to the area has it's own code name.
SCHERERVILLE | Growth at the Midwest Elite Preparatory Academy has the private school seeking a second location in the area.
A group of Gary firefighters competing in a Tough Mudder event Saturday rushed to the aid of a man suffering a cardiac issue.
MERRILLVILLE | The Merrillville Conservancy District is willing to expand sanitary sewer service in the Southmoor Park subdivision.
HOBART | Landlords of residential rental properties might be asked to register with the city.
HOBART | A familiar name in the city is contemplating offering a service in Hobart that can help families living with adults requiring regular care.
HOBART | Members of the Concerned Citizens of Hobart believe GEO Group representatives could be coming to the city as soon as next week.
HOBART | A South Bend man faces two counts of felony theft in connection to incidents at Sam's Club in Hobart.
ROSS TOWNSHIP | Ross Township Democrats want Joseph Shudick to continue serving as their trustee.
ST. JOHN TOWNSHIP | Rob Guetzloff will face incumbent Jean Shepherd for the St. John Township trustee position in the general election.
MERRILLVILLE | A 34-year-old Merrillville woman allegedly attacked a man with hot cooking oil, broken glass and her teeth during a Friday altercation at a home in the 5500 block of Georgia Street.
As a child, Jerry Ross' heroes were astronauts involved in NASA's Mercury missions.
ST. JOHN TOWNSHIP | St. John Township Trustee candidates have different perspectives, but they each have political experience.
ROSS TOWNSHIP | The two Democratic candidates for Ross Township trustee are familiar with each other.
HOBART | The city's Redevelopment Commission is supportive of an exterior rehabilitation project planned in Hobart's downtown.
HOBART | Establishing the city's 10-year comprehensive plan will take a community effort.
MERRILLVILLE | It's taken more than a year, but plans for a new adult daycare facility are advancing in Merrillville.
The leader of the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana said she was shocked to see the number of local children facing food insecurity charted in the Map of Meal Gap 2014 study.
SCHERERVILLE | A road project on a stretch of Cline Avenue in Schererville will be starting in a little more than a month, and lane restrictions and closures are expected while works occurs, town officials said.
MERRILLVILLE | St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church plans to create an Orthodox cemetery on its property along Mississippi Street near 89th Avenue.
HOBART | Three local conservation organizations hope to acquire land currently owned by GEO Group.
MERRILLVILLE | Town leaders are examining what Merrillville can do to get a sanitary sewer expansion project started in the Southmoor Park subdivision.
A national analysis of hunger issues shows nearly 16 percent of the population in Lake and Porter counties faces food insecurity.
MERRILLVILLE | Some Merrillville officials aren't ready to make a decision about a special exception request for the proposed Northwest Indiana Science and Engineering Charter School.
MERRILLVILLE | The bumps on Mississippi Street south of U.S. 30 in Merrillville could get smoothed out before the town starts a project to widen the road.
HOBART | A zone change request submitted by Albanese Confectionery received initial approval this week from the City Council.
HOBART | The city intends to take another look at the possibility of establishing a sanitary sewer connection to the Deep River Estates subdivision.
MERRILLVILLE | A new member of Merrillville's Stormwater Management Board says he plans to leave the panel.
HOBART | The weather might have been dreary Monday morning, but that didn't dampen the mood of some Hobart officials as they kicked off a project to construct the last section of the Oak Savannah Trail.
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