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CALUMET CITY | CSX and Calumet City have come to an agreement to end scheduled yearly payments for a licensing agreement, Treasurer Gerry Tarka announced at Thursday's council meeting.
PORTAGE | The task in front of Portage was a difficult one.
GLENWOOD | The Brookwood School District 167 School Board's Male Parent Advisory Committee will host a martial arts demonstration Friday to kick off its first session.
CALUMET CITY | Officials approved an increase in water rates Thursday in Calumet City.
ST. JOHN | Lake Central's nine senior starters share a well-documented chemistry.
SOUTH HOLLAND | Almost 8,300 early voters cast ballots in Cook County on the first day the polls were open Monday, according to the Cook County clerk's office.
LANSING | Officials took the next step to allow a medical marijuana dispensary to be located in Lansing by approving an ordinance Tuesday.
Each individual south suburban community faces a different set of financial and debt-related challenges. Some have addressed those challenges better than others in recent years.
VALPARAISO | It was a hurdle Lake Central has been trying to clear for five years.
HAMMOND | Beating a city rival is never easy.
VALPARAISO | It got a lot closer than Lake Central was comfortable with Wednesday.
Sure, Lindsay Kusbel is going to Grand Valley State to play basketball. And sure, the ratio of basketball to soccer-related links that pop up in a Google search of her name is about five to one.
HIGHLAND | Lake Central and Munster played 174 minutes of soccer this season. Each has scored two goals and neither feels like they've gotten the better of the other.
ST. JOHN | Lake Central's alumni whisper in the ears of current players -- literally, coach Jereme Rainwater says.
HOBART | Mark Snorton and the Morton ground game are a known commodity. The Times No. 5 Governors made the big plays through the air Friday.
L.C. overcomes slow start, tops Griffith; Munster cruises by Gavit in nightcap of Highland Sectional
HIGHLAND | Lake Central girls soccer coach Shawn Thomas was visibly frustrated on the sidelines. Every ear in the bleachers at the Class 2A Highland Sectional could hear his shouts of "every ball."
LANSING | Village officials unanimously approved a contract Tuesday to make improvements to three lift stations.
ST. JOHN | The eleventh shot was the charm.
EAST CHICAGO | Nobody had a stopwatch working Tuesday night, but it's safe to say that Clark possessed the ball quite a bit more than E.C. Central.
Andrean girls soccer coach Jeff Clapman wouldn't design his goalie any differently if he could have.
LANSING | The Lansing Association for Community Events will host its third annual Autumn Fest this weekend.
CEDAR LAKE | Hanover Central was introduced to something much of the Greater South Shore Conference been subject to for years: the brute force of the Wheeler line of scrimmage.
HAMMOND | A team can win in several different ways -- cruise to a blowout, come back dramatically to win a close one or something between.
ORLAND PARK | The Chicago Southland Convention and Visitors Bureau held its annual meeting and awards luncheon Wednesday at the Homewood Suites by Hilton's Elements Conference Center.
MERRILLVILLE | Munster's a step closer to bringing the Northwest Crossroads Conference title trophy back to Columbia Ave. after it spent a year away.
The Griffith girls soccer program was issued a warning by the IHSAA and will be forced to forfeit wins this season for having an ineligible player on the team.
CALUMET CITY | Standard and Poor's has raised Calumet City's municipal bond rating in a report dated Sept. 3, Treasurer Gerry Tarka has announced.
Alejandra Bolanos knew what to expect the second time.
WHEATFIELD | Kankakee Valley has had a good few days.
CALUMET CITY | The Calumet City council approved a number of spending measures this week.
LOWELL | First impressions are everything.
CHICAGO | A 20-year-old Hammond man is the third person charged in connection with the shooting death of a retired Chicago police officer in March.
MERRILLVILLE | An old sports adage says defense wins championships.
LANSING | Lansing Christian School will hold its 44th annual Fall Festival on Friday.
MUNSTER | Times No. 3 Munster jumped a major hurdle between it and a Northwest Crossroads Conference championship with a 2-1 win over Highland on Tuesday.
MERRILLVILLE | It was about as even as a match could be.
LANSING | Residents will have to be more diligent about taking down holiday decorations under a new ordinance the Lansing Village Board approved last week.
Mackenzie DeMars has overcome a lot as a three-year varsity starter at goalie.
CALUMET CITY | Homewood firm Planera Architects has recommended $288,000 in renovations for the Calumet City Cultural Center.
LAKE STATION | Whiting opened the game by jumping offsides twice. Then, Lake Station's read-option offense marched the ball right down the field and scored a touchdown.
GLENWOOD | Kindergarten teacher Karen Szotek donned a shower cap, swim goggles and a rain coat, even though some of the other teachers at Hickory Bend Elementary School said wearing all that gear was against the rules.
GRIFFITH | Highland has a deep bench, rotating players in and out every few minutes.
CHICAGO | A Cook County judge on Wednesday ordered Jeremy Mendez held without bond in connection with the slaying of a retired Chicago cop in March.
MARKHAM | An 18-year-old Sauk Village man was ordered held on $1 million bond in connection with a fatal shooting at River Oaks Center on Saturday.
LANSING | Google representatives gave students a 45-minute presentation aimed at being a "driver's ed for the Web" Wednesday morning at Heritage Middle School in Lansing.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council approved several road and construction projects at Thursday's meeting in Calumet City.
The turning point came at halftime of the Morton game two years ago.
CALUMET CITY | Officials approved a policy to put procedures in place for financial "whistleblowing" at Thursday's Calumet City council meeting.
CEDAR LAKE | The goals came in bunches and the ball stayed in host Hanover Central's defensive zone for long periods of time, as Wheeler cruised to a 7-1 Northwest Indiana Soccer Conference win.
CALUMET TWP. | Cellphones weren't yet a necessity. The first "Lord of the Rings" movie was in theaters. Destiny's Child was churning out hits and nobody knew who Beyonce was.
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