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CEDAR LAKE | The Plan Commission got its first look at plans for a new and improved La Gaviota Wednesday night.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council on Tuesday took action on a plan that could allow a blind woman whose home was mistakenly sold out from under her to stay in her house.
CEDAR LAKE | Project Love, a ministry of the Cedar Lake United Methodist Church, is seeking donations for holiday food baskets.
CEDAR LAKE | Full-time firefighters and EMTs will now have a stake in the town employee’s retirement fund.
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover Community School Corp. board has given the go-ahead to create extra storage under the new Hanover Central High football field bleachers.
DYER | The Redevelopment Commission has reached a long-held goal: It now owns the entire northeast corner of the U.S. 30 and Hart Street intersection.
DYER | Police Chief David Hein discussed recent burglaries and offered crime prevention tips before a packed audience Thursday night.
CEDAR LAKE | The town’s annual Parade of Lights is at 7 p.m. Saturday.
CEDAR LAKE | Neighbors of a property where owners want to change its residential zoning to establish a repair shop will get another chance to voice their opinions next month.
CEDAR LAKE | The developers of the Monestary Woods development have changed their marketing concept, and the Plan Commission and Town Council have signed off on the new proposal.
CEDAR LAKE | The town has accepted a land donation that will help it continue to build a proposed green corridor along Founder and Cedar creeks.
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover School Board accepted a donation from the family of John Willems and the Rick Larsen Wrestling Club.
CEDAR LAKE | A new dentist in town wants her dogs to join her at work occasionally and needs permission to build a fence to keep them on the property.
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover Central Athletic Department is getting its own website.
DYER | Train traffic has doubled and the noise level has increased since Canadian National Railway bought the former EJ&E line in 2009, several hundred Dyer residents say.
CEDAR LAKE | Loyal football fans deserve a good half-time show, and Hanover Central High School intends to give them one with its new marching band program.
Thomas Byrne was called “Pa” by his grandkids and even his friends.
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover Community School Corp. can expect stable enrollment over the next 20 years, so long as the area’s housing market stays healthy.
CEDAR LAKE | The town ice rink is going to have a new home this year.
DYER | Fallen Army Staff Sgt. David Nowaczyk's 3-year-old daughter stood among those releasing balloons Saturday in his honor at Pheasant Hills Park in Dyer.
CEDAR LAKE | Holy Name Parish is growing and needs more parking.
CEDAR LAKE | The Cedar Lake Town Council has approved a resolution establishing an online utility bill payment system.
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover School Board recently approved a facility assessment study and will consider contracting for a proposed demographics study.
CEDAR LAKE | Former Parks Director Mary Joan Dickson and her attorney so far are not commenting on a town-generated document regarding her dismissal.
DYER | Dyer has a new fire and rescue truck.
DYER | Louie, Charlie and all the other dogs came to play Saturday afternoon.
DYER | The town’s new dog park opens Saturday with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 1 p.m. at the park, 900 Central Park Blvd.
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover School Board of Trustees has approved its proposed 2014 budget.
GARY | When Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson left home Monday night, she counted four vacant homes and a vacant apartment building not far from her house.
CEDAR LAKE | High school seniors and graduates are now welcome in the Cedar Lake Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) program.
DYER | The town will hold a public hearing next month on proposed new water meter charges.
DYER | Members of the Dyer Town Council clashed over proposed salary raises for civilian employees and police and firefighters.
SCHERERVILLE | A scarecrow-making contest has brought out the competitive Halloween spirit at the Residences at Deer Creek.
CEDAR LAKE | The town’s new bond rating is something to brag about, officials said.
CEDAR LAKE | Hanover Community School Corp. officials are working on a new policy regarding service animals on school property.
DYER | A controversial development proposed for Calumet Avenue was rejected this month when the Dyer Town Council denied a zoning change for a proposed gas station.
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover Community School Corp. plans to announce available transfer-student slots at the end of August next year, a decision that may not be popular, officials said.
CEDAR LAKE | The town has named a former Merrillville employee as its new building commissioner.
CEDAR LAKE | Big changes are proposed for the latest phase of the Monastery South development.
DYER | The Dyer Town Council would like to know more about its financial expectations for South Lake County Community Services bus service.
CEDAR LAKE | The Trunk or Treat Food Drive is from noon to 3 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Town Complex Grounds, 7408 Constitution Ave.
CEDAR LAKE | The Cedar Lake Town Council is looking at a $6.8 million spending plan for next year.
CROWN POINT | The balloons went skyward, “because our girls are bigger than this disease,” Mimi Burke said Saturday morning.
CROWN POINT | “Let’s walk to school!"
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover School Board of Trustees held a budget hearing prior to their regularly scheduled October meeting Tuesday.
DYER | The Town Council will consider implementing a manual water meter reading fee as proposed by the Water Board.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council has eliminated the parks director position and added a new part-time job to the same department.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council has approved a petitioner-friendly change to a town ordinance.
CEDAR LAKE | Cedar Lake is taking steps to make the town's volunteer fire department an official town department, Council President Randy Niemeyer said at a recent meeting.
CEDAR LAKE | In the end, it was Duck No. 62, by a bill.
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