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HAMMOND | Anthony Cole doesn't even want to start.
HAMMOND | Bad free-throw shooting usually equals postseason losses, but Griffith got away with missing the gimme's down the stretch to hold off Hammond 49-41 Wednesday in the Class 3A Hammond Sectional at the Civic Center.
LYNWOOD | Small-time theft will be handled internally in Lynwood, more swiftly and possibly less severely, after officials approved an ordinance last week.
SAUK VILLAGE | The Sauk Village Board approved amendments to its liquor license ordinance and added "adult use" permits to its zoning code on Tuesday.
GARY | The 21st Century gym was packed with families on senior night, but it was a player coach Rodney Williams called a "seasoned sophomore" who sealed a tough victory for the Cougars.
SAUK VILLAGE | The Sauk Village Board approved the layoffs of two salaried emergency service personnel Tuesday.
LANSING | School District 158 officials approved a resolution last week to issue up to $3.3 million in funding bonds for school improvements.
LOWELL | The weight coming off of Crown Point's shoulders was almost visible.
MUNSTER | Munster simply doesn't lose conference games.
GLENWOOD | The Brookwood School District 167 board is expected to decide next week whether to fast track completion of the new Brookwood Middle School.
During one of Gelen Robinson's matches at the Calumet regional, somebody yelled, "Who is that grown man wrestling with these boys?"
GLENWOOD | Brookwood District 167 has its financial house in order for now, but if the state's finances are not better the district could see deficits in its budget in the next five years, a school official told the board.
GLENWOOD | The Brookwood School District 167 School Board on Tuesday approved funding for a project that will emphasize STEM subjects, science, technology, engineering and math.
GLENWOOD | Brookwood School District 167 is getting closer to building a new middle school, which could open in the fall of 2015.
CEDAR LAKE | It just took a little while to get started.
CEDAR LAKE | Bethany Jansma says she doesn't like to shoot.
GLENWOOD | Brookwood District 167 fifth- and sixth-graders could be in a new school by August 2015.
BP's new website monitoring emissions will be operational by summer, Director of Media Relations Scott Dean said.
CEDAR LAKE | Andrean and Hanover Central both earned double-digit first-round victories, but the 59ers' 58-15 win over Calumet came a lot easier than the Wildcats' 57-44 victory over New Prairie.
BP updated residents on the progress of its environmental monitoring system Wednesday at its quarterly Citizen's Advisory Committee meeting at Whiting Public Library.
GLENWOOD | Brookwood School District 167 has hired a new construction manager and architect for its new middle school.
Michael Garza clenched his fists, flexed his arms and let out a primal scream as he walked back to the center of the mat to have his hand raised as the Calumet regional 113-pound champ.
GLENWOOD | The state's first concealed carry permits haven't yet been issued, but Brookwood School District 167 is taking steps to keep weapons out of its schools.
CALUMET TWP. | Merrillville coach David Maldonado says the key to winning a wrestling state title is winning the regional as an individual, so as to avoid meeting another regional champ later in the bracket.
MERRILLVILLE | Lake Central let everybody in the gym know how this game would go right from the jump.
There are names painted on the wall in the Calumet wrestling room. Each one was a previous Warriors wrestler who qualified for or placed at the state meet.
LAKE STATION | Braxton Miller's been working on staying aggressive when his shots aren't falling. So, it didn't matter that he'd missed a few shots earlier in the night.
SAUK VILLAGE | Nearly 100 residents shared a potluck dinner and serious conversation at Sauk Village's first diversity dinner on Jan. 24.
Jeremiah Reitz is a self-described "adrenaline junkie."
CALUMET TWP. | It may not have been how Bishop Noll envisioned the win coming before the game Saturday, but the Times No. 5 Warriors still cruised to a 61-32 win over River Forest for the Greater South Shore Conference tournament title.
HOBART TWP. | The gym was packed. The student sections were loud. It was a rivalry game that just happened to take place within a conference tournament.
HOBART TWP. | River Forest has some momentum all of a sudden.
HAMMOND | No Morton senior will ever be part of a Governors team that didn't win the Great Lakes Athletic Conference tournament.
SAUK VILLAGE | The economic eyes of the south suburbs will be on Sauk Village on Friday as the village hosts the Chicago Southland Economic Development Corp.'s quarterly forum.
WHITING | Shooters keep shooting.
Robert Yanez remembers his freshman wrestling season at River Forest like a bad dream.
LYNWOOD | Lynwood officials approved an agreement with an energy aggregation consultation firm during a special meeting on the morning of Dec. 26, the first step toward a future referendum that could give village government permission to negotiate lower electricity bills for residents.
GLENWOOD | Brookwood Elementary School District 167 will host a forum in February, the first in a series to update stakeholders on the progress of the new middle school project.
LOWELL | Kankakee Valley has been waiting for this. Andrew Schulties has been waiting for this, too.
CALUMET CITY | Students, teachers, faculty and staff at Thornton Fractional North High School joined hands Thursday and formed a human chain throughout the school's hallways in remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr.
Jason Crary may not be as seasoned as some of his opponents, but he considers himself a cerebral wrestler.
GLENWOOD | Brookwood School District 167 students may soon be using problem-based learning to do things like build robots and design homes.
CEDAR LAKE | Hanover Central is no longer a little school, with a football team on the horizon and bumping up a class size in other sports.
SAUK VILLAGE | Officials are beefing up their village code in the event one of 22 sites that will grow and distribute medical marijuana around Illinois plans to open in Sauk Village.
SAUK VILLAGE | Village President David Hanks cited themes of "pride and progress" in his "State of the Village" announcement last week, while acknowledging continued financial struggles.
GRIFFITH | Kankakee Valley's seniors will never know the feeling of losing at the Griffith Super Duals.
Homewood Flossmoor Park District is offering residents relief from cabin fever this week.
Colton Cummings admits that he was never very confident on the wrestling mat before this season.
HIGHLAND | The Highland gym is starting to feel like home for Griffith.
CROWN POINT | More was on the line than the 152-pound Carnahan Invitational championship in Darden Schurg's match with Lyons Township's A.J. Villareal on Saturday.
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