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MUNSTER | The Duquesne University Tamburitzans return to Munster on Sunday for a show in the Munster High School auditorium.
DYER | A proposed 2014 road project sparked debate during a recent Town Council study session.
GRIFFITH | Griffith High School upperclassmen got a lesson in finances Tuesday from Secretary of State Connie Lawson.
CEDAR LAKE | A farmers market is coming to Cedar Lake from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays, June 7 through Sept. 20, on the town complex grounds.
CEDAR LAKE | Town officials are considering raising rental fees for the former Monastery Clubhouse, which serves as Cedar Lake’s community center.
DYER | The town has received several requests from residents about whether they might be compensated for pothole damage incurred on Dyer streets, Town Attorney Bill Enslen said.
DYER | A new landscaping contract will be on the Town Council’s March meeting agenda.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council approved a variance for a site that has been the subject of controversy in the recent past.
CEDAR LAKE | The town has elected to have a presence at the upcoming Cedar Lake Business Showcase on March 15 in the Hanover Central High School field house.
GARY | Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Indiana announced a partnership Thursday that will eventually put a Northwest Indiana veteran’s family in a new home.
CEDAR LAKE | The Plan Commission has approved a site plan for improvements at Holy Name Church.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council has approved a request for funding from the South Lake County Community Services Inc.
ST. JOHN | The dancing continued a second Saturday in a row at Lake Central High School, when the Indiana High School Dance Team Association North Regional Championships came to town.
MERRILLVILLE | It may not have been Hollywood, but eight local “stars” took to the Celebrity Ballroom dance floor Thursday at the Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza.
CROWN POINT | The Methodist Hospitals Foundation did not let a little snow get in the way of the unveiling of a new, regional community art project.
CEDAR LAKE | A South Carolina-based private company will provide Cedar Lake with parks and recreation programming.
MERRILLVILLE | The Dancing with the Local Stars contest will waltz its way back to the Radisson Hotel at Star Plaza on Thursday.
ST JOHN | Dance teams from around the region and state converged in St. John on Saturday for the 21st annual Lake Central Dance Invitational.
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover School Board of Trustees has approved improvement plans for each school in the district drafted by suggestions from its administrators.
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover School Board on Tuesday recognized a slate of students for recent achievements.
CEDAR LAKE | Even if Cedar Lake does not sign on to consolidated E-911 dispatching, its 911 calls still will go through the countywide system in 2015.
CEDAR LAKE | The Cedar Lake Town Council and Police Commission will meet in a special study session Monday night to discuss the E-911 agreement.
ST. JOHN | Residents received a firsthand look Sunday at the first round of improvements at Lake Central High School.
CEDAR LAKE | The town will hold an informational meeting next week on planned improvements at a key intersection.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council marked its second meeting of the year by approving a set of job descriptions.
CEDAR LAKE | One of the founders of Cedar Lake will be recognized with an honorary sign at one of the town’s intersections.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council has created funds for incoming tax money.
ST. JOHN | The Catholic Schools Week celebration at St. John the Evangelist School included fancy moves on the basketball court along with a good dose of character building.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council elected officers this month, but not without controversy after a senior council member said he was kept out of the decision process.
CEDAR LAKE | Cedar Lake has accepted an agreement with the Indiana Department of Transportation concerning funding for widening at the railroad crossing on 133rd Avenue.
DYER | Dyer officials hope to make the northeast corner of Hart Street and U.S. 30 a bit more appealing for developers.
CEDAR LAKE | A special meeting planned for the end of this month will highlight improvement plans for individual Hanover schools.
SCHERERVILLE | The Schererville Town Council unanimously deferred a vote on the E-911 agreement.
DYER | The Town Council elected officers and took care of other business during its first meeting of the new year.
DYER | The Town Council has established funds to receive the town's share of money from the new Lake County income tax.
DYER | Dawn Dwyer is willing to pay a fee to keep her current water meter.
DYER | The Town Council has approved a slate of board members and commissioners.
CEDAR LAKE | The town has welcomed eight new reserve officers and honored the reserve commander for his service.
DYER | A proposal for a four-star hotel at the northeast corner of Hart Street and U.S. 30 could be presented in Dyer this month, officials said.
CEDAR LAKE | The town has approved an agreement to locate the town ice rink at Cedar Lake Ministries for the 2014 winter season.
CEDAR LAKE | The Plan Commission has approved the final plat and a bond request for the seventh phase of the Centennial subdivision.
CEDAR LAKE | The second phase of the widening of 133rd Avenue should be completed by next October.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council has approved a special use request for a site on Wicker Avenue.
DYER | The Dyer Historical Society took third place for its entry in the annual Festival of Trees in Munster.
DYER | The Dyer Town Council approved a salary ordinance, but not without a little back and forth between members.
DYER | Despite lingering questions about money, the Dyer Town Council on Monday approved the consolidated E-911 agreement.
CEDAR LAKE | New grant money will allow the Hanover Community School Corp. to increase security in its schools.
CEDAR LAKE | The town welcomed the Cedar Lake Volunteer Fire Department into the fold Tuesday night.
DYER | The Town Council recently denied rezoning of a 20-acre parcel along Corinne Drive.
CEDAR LAKE | A new town policy on permit fee waivers has put some welcome cash into the Hanover School Corp. coffers, school officials said.
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