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MUNSTER | The good news is there are ways to fix the shifting and buckling Centennial Park clubhouse built on top of the town’s old landfill. The bad news is it’s going to be expensive.
MUNSTER | Raising the Northcote Avenue Bridge over the Little Calumet River will close the “last hole in the dike” through Munster,” says Town Engineer Jim Mandon.
MUNSTER | Town officials have some big decisions to make about repairs to the sinking and shifting Centennial Park clubhouse.
HAMMOND | A Calumet City man is suing the Portage Police Department in U.S. District Court over what he contends was a brutal attack by a police dog during his apprehension.
SOUTH BEND | A former LaPorte County official is facing federal criminal charges of embezzling more than $150,000 in her role as deputy county auditor.
HAMMOND | Former North Township Trustee supervisor Robert Cantrell is seeking leave from home confinement to attend his son John Cantrell’s upcoming wedding in New Orleans.
MUNSTER | Filling an administrative void caused by the departure of former Town Manager Tom DeGiulio, the Munster Town Council appointed Assistant Town Manager Clay Johnson as Interim Town Manager at Monday’s meeting.
ST. JOHN | Lake Central School officials hope to get by on a $55.2 million budget in 2015.
HAMMOND | A Gary man named in a sweeping racketing and murder indictment of Chicago Two Sixers gang members and their East Chicago crew pleaded guilty to felony narcotics charges Thursday in U.S. District Court.
HAMMOND | A federal lawsuit was filed Tuesday against a Hammond police officer and the city over the June 9 shooting of a dog in front of a couple's home.
HAMMOND | A 41-year-old East Chicago man charged in a sweeping indictment involving Chicago’s Two Six Nation street gang and its local affiliate reached a plea agreement with federal prosecutors Thursday.
ST. JOHN | Several Lake Central School Corp. teachers came away with a little cash from a recent School Board meeting.
HAMMOND | A federal judge denied a petition from Jack Schaap, former First Baptist Church of Hammond pastor, to overturn his 12-year prison sentence for sexually abusing a 16-year-old church member.
MUNSTER | Tom DeGiulio is taking his desk with him.
MUNSTER | The boxes are stacked in an office in Munster Town Hall.
HAMMOND – A Griffith man who used a toy guy to commit a bank robbery was sentenced to three years and four months in federal prison Thursday.
HAMMOND | A Merrillville woman will spend the next year under home confinement over a federal drug dealing charge.
MUNSTER | The town is stepping up financially in its support for the South Shore Line extension.
MUNSTER | The Munster Police Department has its own armored personnel carrier, free of charge, to bolster a joint SWAT effort with a neighboring department.
HAMMOND | Kiontay K. Pennington must wait until Dec. 18 to learn his sentence for murder in the aid of racketeering activity.
HAMMOND | Joseph B. Miller filed notice Thursday he is appealing his bank robbery conviction to the U.S. District Court of Appeals.
ST. JOHN | As Lake Central School Corp. begins a new academic year on Tuesday, construction crews are putting the finishing touches on various construction projects and are in full swing on others.
MUNSTER | After a rough winter, who wouldn’t like to see Main Street repaved?
MUNSTER | MarkO’s Bar & Grill has been getting hit with noise complaints, primarily over the volume of bands that perform there.
MUNSTER | Favorable crime statistics aside, the opinion of Munster residents counts for a lot in determining whether the Munster Police Department is doing a good job of keeping the town safe, municipal officials said.
MUNSTER | Disease has devastated more than 1,000 ash trees along public rights of way across town.
MUNSTER | Businesses at the Munster Business Complex in the 9400 Block of Calumet Avenue are playing a bit of musical chairs, with some businesses moving to other locations in the complex while others are moving out altogether.
HAMMOND | As U.S. District Court Judge Rudy Lozano considers former First Baptist Church of Hammond pastor Jack Schaap’s request to have his sentence overturned, at least one person doesn’t want to see him get out of prison anytime soon.
HAMMOND | Jack Schaap, the imprisoned former First Baptist Church of Hammond pastor, says in court documents he would have gone to trial on charges he sexually abused a 16-year-old church member rather than plead guilty if he was aware of how harsh his sentence would be.
MUNSTER | Experience will be a major factor when the Munster Town Council names the next town manager.
HAMMOND | A woman claiming she was roughed up by Hobart police is suing the city’s department.
HAMMOND | Michael McClellan of Richton Park, Ill. is appealing his federal court conviction on charges that he harbored illegal aliens at his shuttered Paragon Restaurant in Schererville.
MUNSTER | Theatre at the Center is planning a new subscription and fundraising campaign to support performances as part of its 25th anniversary.
MUNSTER | Town officials said they're looking for a little flower power this summer.
MUNSTER | The town is pouring money and manpower into park improvement projects this summer, Munster officials said.
CHICAGO | Chicago resident Winston “Worm” Geralds surrendered to federal authorities Tuesday on charges he allegedly conspired to buy at least 43 firearms in Indiana and transport them to Chicago for sale.
GRIFFITH | The owners of the former Bakker Produce Co. in Griffith reached a $3.7 million settlement with Teamsters Union No. 142 Trust Fund this week.
HAMMOND | A man shot in the back during a police chase is suing Michigan City and one of its police officers.
HAMMOND | The owners of the shuttered Paragon Restaurant in Schererville were sentenced in federal court Tuesday on charges of mail fraud, harboring illegal aliens and money laundering.
MUNSTER | The Town Council has prepared for the Lake County E-911 consolidation by approving the purchase of 130 Motorola radios for police, fire and public works employees.
MUNSTER | Town officials recently ratified an agreement with Lansing to recommend ways to strengthen and raise the levee along the Little Calumet River.
HAMMMOND | Two-time convicted bank robber Joseph B. Miller lost his bid for a new trial Thursday.
HAMMOND | A Gary real estate agent was resentenced Thursday in U.S. District Court on one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and two counts of wire fraud.
HAMMOND | A demolition company is denying responsibility for damage to the Indiana Harbor Canal in East Chicago during demolition of the Cline Avenue Bridge in 2012, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court this week.
MUNSTER | For the past 30 years, Town Manager Tom DeGiulio has been the closest thing Munster has had to a mayor.
MUNSTER | Tom DeGuilio won’t be Munster’s town manager much longer.
HAMMOND | A Gary man pleaded guilty to one count of defrauding the U.S. government on Thursday.
HAMMOND | A Merrillville doctor is being sued in federal court by a former business client who claims the doctor steered Medicare and Medicaid patients to a home health care clinic owned by members of his family.
HAMMOND | A Gary woman who pleaded guilty to selling her daughter for production of child pornography is seeking a 20-year federal prison sentence.
HAMMOND | A man accused of attempting to buy 10 kilograms of cocaine from an undercover officer at a Gary truck stop pleaded not guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court.
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