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MERRILLVILLE | An attempted murder charge could be filed Wednesday against a truck driver accused of attacking an off-duty Merrillville officer Monday outside of a Planned Parenthood facility.
MERRILLVILLE | A common question heard at Fast Eddie's Merrillville salon is "when's it going to be done?"
MERRILLVILLE | Town leaders are working to address multiple concerns residents want corrected in a north Merrillville subdivision.
MERRILLVILLE | Lake County Commissioner Roosevelt Allen hopes the recently passed county income tax will help relieve some financial problems the town has encountered.
MERRILLVILLE | A former Towne Centre employee allegedly stole tens of thousands of dollars from an elderly woman she helped care for at the Merrillville retirement community.
SCHERERVILLE | After about four years of work, two Canadian National railroad crossings will receive quiet zone designations.
MERRILLVILLE | Town leaders are working to boost Merrillville's general fund, and a recent promotion of a town employee won't adversely affect those efforts, Merrillville officials said.
MERRILLVILLE | Safety and noise concerns involving off-road vehicles have town leaders looking at ways to address the problems.
SCHERERVILLE | The Schererville Town Council has declared its opposition to a county income tax just in time for a meeting in which the Lake County Board of Commissioners could veto the tax package.
MERRILLVILLE | A skilled nursing and assisted living facility has been proposed for Merrillville's south side.
MERRILLVILLE | The Lake County Sheriff's Work Release program is helping Merrillville clean up its streets.
SCHERERVILLE | The first phase of construction for the Shops on Main project has started, and fashion, footwear and home furnishing retailers will be the anchors for the highly anticipated development.
MERRILLVILLE | It appears Merrillville isn't the only community attempting to attract a proposed family entertainment center.
MERRILLVILLE | Three new fire engines and a tanker/pumper could be added to the Merrillville Fire Department's fleet, town officials said.
MERRILLVILLE | The town will demolish dilapidated structures at the site of a proposed park to honor area unions, Merrillville officials said.
LANSING | Three potential suspects in a Lansing drive-by shooting were detained early Friday following a pursuit that traveled into Northwest Indiana, Hobart police said.
SCHERERVILLE | A Schererville resident won't be allowed to provide gunsmithing services from his home.
MERRILLVILLE | A local electrical union on Tuesday obtained clearance to install an electricity-generating wind turbine on its property near the intersection of 73rd Avenue and Mississippi Street in Merrillville.
MERRILLVILLE | Two Merrillville schools are among five nationwide set to be honored for closing the achievement gap among minority students.
MERRILLVILLE | For the second time this month, Bruce Spires' title in Merrillville has changed.
MERRILLVILLE | A 22-year-old Merrillville man has been charged with attempting to force his way into a home last week.
MERRILLVILLE | A proposed wind turbine at an electrical union's Merrillville headquarters is expected to provided job training opportunities for union members, but some Hobart residents who live near the site have concerns about how it could affect them.
SCHERERVILLE | Schererville firefighters want to establish a working agreement with the town.
SCHERERVILLE | There was some confusion along the way, but the beer garden contract for the Celebrate Schererville festival has been awarded to the Schererville firefighters union.
MERRILLVILLE | A suspect in a residential entry case is in intensive care after a shot was fired by the owner of the home in which he allegedly attempted to intrude, police said.
SCHERERVILLE | The upcoming opening of a new Menards store has town and store officials excited.
MERRILLVILLE | Town Councilman Shawn Pettit is willing to explore a possible incentive to bring a proposed family entertainment center to Merrillville.
SCHERERVILLE | The town is exploring the possibility of building a new fire station and renovating two existing stations to enhance fire protection, Fire Chief Joseph Kruzan said.
MERRILLVILLE | A 21-year-old Gary man is accused of molesting a 6-year-old girl while watching a movie with her Saturday.
Responsibilities can vary for those in town administration roles in local communities, but an aspect of the position that is consistent is their importance in the municipalities, local officials said.
MERRILLVILLE | The town's Emergency Management Agency wants to grow.
SCHERERVILLE | The town plans to use community development block grant funds for enhancements at Stephen Park.
MERRILLVILLE | The acquisition of right of way for the Mississippi Street improvement project could involve condemnation proceedings.
MERRILLVILLE | The town's public works director is taking on more responsibility.
MERRILLVILLE | Renovations at the Lake County Public Library's Merrillville branch have produced new and enhanced features for patrons and library staff.
MERRILLVILLE | Town leaders recently bid farewell to an employee who worked for Merrillville nearly as long as it has been a town.
SCHERERVILLE | The community center in Scherwood Park is nearing completion, Schererville officials said.
MERRILLVILLE | Anne Collins has lived in her home in Merrillville's Independence Hill subdivision for nearly 50 years.
MERRILLVILLE | The town's Board of Zoning Appeals is supporting a proposed wind turbine at an electrical union's Merrillville headquarters although some Hobart residents have concerns about the project.
MERRILLVILLE | Work to improve drainage along Taft Street is expected to resume in coming weeks.
MERRILLVILLE | Depree Mims had many aspirations for his life.
MERRILLVILLE | A Merrillville leader wants to collaborate with other communities to improve safety following the fatal shooting of a 14-year-old Merrillville boy.
MERRILLVILLE | The town's Stormwater Utility wants to reduce insurance premiums for Merrillville residents who are required to obtain flood insurance.
SCHERERVILLE | The Napleton Automotive Group has plans to open a Fiat dealership on its property on the east side of U.S. 41 north of 67th Avenue.
When Tim Huizenga began developing his musical talents as a child, his family and teachers likely were among those who first heard him perform.
GARY | No major changes are expected as the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana transitions into new leadership.
SCHERERVILLE | A project to reconstruct a portion of Austin Avenue could start in coming months.
MERRILLVILLE | Town Council President Carol Miano wants to create a "nostalgic old town area" in Merrillville's recently established historic preservation district.
SCHERERVILLE | The Tri-Town Safety Village can expand the educational services it provides to children after it received a $39,000 donation from NIPSCO.
MERRILLVILLE | Town Administrator Howard Fink is leaving his position to take another job within the same field.
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