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HOBART | The protest of any plans by the GEO Group Inc. to build an immigration detention center in Hobart has been quietly taken on by a local group, Sandy O'Brien said.
HOBART | The owner of J & J's Pizza Shack of Hobart was told by the Plan Commission on Thursday to come back next month with detailed plans on his proposed expansion.
HOBART | Mike Adams is retiring at the end of the month from his job as executive director of the Hobart Chamber of Commerce.
HOBART | The Hobart City Council weighed in Wednesday on the proposed Illiana Expressway.
HOBART |The Board of Works will accept bids on Dec. 11 for a new pumper for the Hobart Fire Department.
HOBART | City officials are targeting a wooded area off Ind. 130 and Sixth Street as a possible site for a future outdoor gun range for police.
HOBART | A new property maintenance ordinance is moving forward after several drafts and revisions by the Hobart City Council.
HOBART | A 25-year-old Hobart man fled the scene after he crashed his car into the bedroom of a sleeping toddler, police said.
HOBART | The holiday season officially kicks off in Hobart on Dec. 6 with a tree lighting ceremony from 6 to 8 p.m. at Festival Park, 111 E. Old Ridge Road.
Chris Castillo headed up a Highland household of seven younger siblings after losing both parents three years ago.
LAKE STATION | The majority of the dogs spared from a garage fire Sunday had been rescued once before, a spokeswoman for a local dog rescue group said. Brittany Wesley, president of Homeward Hound Rescue, said 10 dogs saved from the fire had been rescued by her group several weeks ago after…
HOBART | Lake Park Restaurant, 7 E. Old Ridge Road, is providing free Thanksgiving dinners on Wednesday to senior citizens, owner Mike Chloros said.
HOBART | City officials said they have listened to concerns and are making safety corrections to a nearly completed concrete median near Festival Park.
GARY | A Gary man who assaulted two police officers and escaped while being taken to the Lake County Jail on Friday was back in police custody Saturday morning, an official said.
HOBART | Hobart Mayor Brian Snedecor hopes to add at least three firefighters to the Hobart Fire Department by the start of next year.
HOBART | A 6-year-old purebred Holstein bull named Fritz is missing and may have been the victim of cattle rustlers, owner Robert Berndt said.
The number of homeless individuals has continued to decline nationally over the past three years, federal officials said.
HOBART | Protesters will be at the City Council's meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday to oppose any future plans by GEO Group Inc. to build a detention center on the city's west side.
LAKE STATION | Business at Lake Station City Hall was back to normal on Monday, Mayor Keith Soderquist said.
HOBART | A 66-year-old Hobart man waited 44 years to receive a commendation medal due him from his U.S. Army service in the late 1960s.
HOBART | Silverstone Crossing, a commercial property approved by Hobart more than six years ago, remains stalled.
LAKE STATION | Federal agents executed a search warrant Friday at Lake Station City Hall.
HOBART | A longtime Hobart Parks Department employee has retired and been replaced by a staff member with one year of experience, Parks Superintendent John Mitchell said.
HOBART | The Board of Works has paved the way for future improvements to 61st Avenue by granting the city attorney authority to begin eminent domain proceedings if necessary.
HOBART | Timing completion of its store remodeling with the holidays, Carson Pirie Scott officials have unveiled a sparkling newly renovated store.
LAKE STATION | An Edison High School freshman was removed from school after he admitted to compiling a "hit list" with names of fellow students and teachers, police said.
HOBART | A nearly completed concrete median that's part of Hobart's new Festival Park gateway concerns resident Larry Brown.
HOBART | TradeWinds Services will be fully operational at its new Hobart location Jan. 2, a spokeswoman said.
HOBART | Hobart Mayor Brian Snedecor said he plans to make every attempt to fill the vacant fire chief position from someone within the department.
HOBART | Two men who reportedly burglarized a home then eluded police for several hours Wednesday were charged Friday through Lake criminal court.
HOBART | Approval in hand, Olympia Fields resident Dwayne Walker now plans to open his gourmet popcorn business off U.S. 30 sometime during the holidays.
HOBART | Mayor Brian Snedecor said he hasn't formally interviewed any candidates for fire chief, but he wants the option to possibly hire from outside the department.
NEW CHICAGO | The first phase of New Chicago's water system improvement project is well on its way toward completion, officials said.
HOBART | A Chesterton woman with more than 25 years of nonprofit professional work experience will serve as the Hobart Chamber of Commerce's next executive director, the organization announced.
HOBART | Florida-based GEO Group Inc. purchased the former St. Sava property in Hobart, but there are no immediate plans to build a detention center there, a local attorney said Tuesday.
GARY | A second person has died from injuries suffered in fire early Sunday in Gary, the Cook County medical examiner's office said.
HOBART | The former St. Sava property in Hobart has been sold to a company that builds and operates correctional and detention facilities around the world, according to a source close to the project.
HOBART | Olympia Fields resident Dwayne Walker is passionate about popcorn.
LAKE STATION | Roberta "Bobbee" Miller Clawson is still haunted by the memory of the Halloween 1971 accident that claimed the life of her sister and three other girls.
LAKE STATION | The cause of the fire that destroyed a 30-year-old landmark in the Little Mexico neighborhood of Lake Station still hasn't been determined, Fire Chief Robert Janes said.
HOBART | A Hobart woman repeatedly struck her 9-year-old autistic son with a butterfly net after he ran into a neighbor's yard, police said.
HOBART | Three major department stores will start their holiday shopping sales Thanksgiving night, and Hobart police will adjust patrols to deal with the traffic flow.
HOBART | The owner of two local smoke shops said he began selling synthetic drugs after he found out he couldn't make enough money selling cigarettes, police said.
MERRILLVILLE | A Sunday visitation has been added for those wanting to pay respects to the Merrillville family killed in a carbon monoxide leak accident.
HOBART | Initial work at the first of four gateways marking the city's new Lakefront District will soon be winding down.
HOBART | City officials have been asked to consider adding a $3 million sewer line and regional lift station to the final phase of the 61st Avenue road improvement project.
HOBART | Longtime downtown florist shop owner Ron Knickerbocker admits the Downtown Merchants Association lost its momentum a few years ago.
MERRILLVILLE | Kennetha Purnell, 38, and her husband, Micheal Nichols, 41, were high school sweethearts who had just moved into their house with their two children, a family member said.
HOBART | A Hobart teen has been charged in connection with the stabbing death of a man during a fight outside a gas station, police said.
MERRILLVILLE | A fire early Monday that destroyed a vacant house at 916 W. 62nd Ave. was intentionally set, a Merrillville fire official said.
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