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GARY│ A representative of Indiana Mentors, affiliated with a national organization promoting foster care, addressed the City Council on Tuesday.
GARY │ The Gary City Council passed a resolution Tuesday in support of a local option income tax in Lake County.
GARY | The City Council on Tuesday approved three ordinances relating to small business owners and those who work from home.
GARY | The Barden Gary Foundation announced students and their senior community service projects Tuesday evening at the common council meeting.
GARY │The City Council on Tuesday approved an ordinance changing all but one of the city's council districts.
GARY │ The City Council passed an ordinance Tuesday that will establish minimum standards and a registration and inspection program for residential rental housing units.
GARY │ The City Council on Tuesday adopted an ordinance enforcing stricter regulations for “cash for gold” businesses, scrap dealers and pawn brokers in Gary.
GARY | Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson on Tuesday asked City Council members to keep an open mind when considering pending budget requests.
GARY │ The City Council approved two ordinances Tuesday regarding expansion at Gary/Chicago International Airport.
GARY│ The Common Council on Tuesday approved a zoning change for the Black Oak area that officials say will help boost residential property values.
GARY | Property owners would be responsible for maintaining fences and signs and dilapidated or damaged signs would be removed at the owner's expense under a fence and sign ordinance reviewed Thursday evening at a public forum.
GARY│ The Barden Gary Foundation awarded seven high school graduates with scholarships at its sixth annual scholarship awards ceremony.
GARY | The City Council on Tuesday signed off on former Mayor Richard Hatcher's plans for a national Civil Rights Hall of Fame on the site of the old Benjamin Banneker Achievement Center.
GARY | Gary City Council members adopted a resolution Tuesday approving the economic development plan for Gary's Kirk Yard rail facility.
GARY│ The City Council approved a $150,000 contract Tuesday regarding maintenance expenses at The U.S. Steel Yard, the Gary Railcats baseball stadium, but not before some residents cried foul.
GARY | The City Council approved two ordinances vacating land to make way for runway expansion at the Gary/Chicago International Airport.
GARY │ Gary City Council members unanimously voted against a proposed zoning ordinance Tuesday night, defeating LEW Management's request to restore and improve the building formerly known as Beckman School. The property is at 1430 W. 23rd Ave.
GARY | The new year has brought new beginnings for the Gary City Council.
GARY | The Gary City Council approved a tax abatement Tuesday for an Edgewater Systems development.
SCHERERVILLE | Schererville authorities said Wednesday they are doing all they can to eliminate bath salts, the latest designer drug.
GARY │ The Gary Public Library board of trustees on Thursday fell short by a single vote to appoint a new library director.
GARY | The City Council voted Tuesday night to approve two ordinances that will raise fees for Gary residents.
GARY| The City Council delayed a vote Tuesday on the proposed Calumet Burns Conservancy District.
GARY | Lake County Surveyor, George Van Til pitched the Calumet Burns Conservancy District to the Gary City Council on Tuesday.
HAMMOND | Anticipation is high for the 2011 Gary South Shore Air Show.
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