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DYER | Town Council President Joe Cinko retires from the Dyer Police Department on Friday, opening the door for him to run a public office for a third time.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council has approved a lease-purchase agreement for new emergency equipment.
CEDAR LAKE | The sole bidder for three major projects has been awarded contracts on all of them.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council has rejected the South Shore extension interlocal agreement.
DYER | An official from South Shore Clean Cities made an initial visit to Dyer in June to talk about Dyer’s new “clean status.”
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover School Corporation Board of Trustees has approved new thresholds for the number of students who can transfer in from other school districts.
DYER | The first phase of a planted land barrier along the CN rail tracks is ready to go out to bid.
MILLER BEACH | It was a perfect day for building castles in the sand.
DYER | Streets in town with the worst ratings could be fixed for $4.1 million if no infrastructure work is involved.
DYER | The town is expecting an increase of roughly $80,000 for 2015 and Clerk-Treasurer Pat Hawrot wants some direction from department heads about where the money should be allocated.
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover School Corp. Board of Trustees is expanding opportunities for public comment at its meetings.
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover School Corp. board recently approved acquiring four new land parcels for athletic practice fields.
CEDAR LAKE – The council is still on board with the South Share Rail extension project, but it is holding off on approving the project's interlocal agreement until its attorney can review it.
DYER | After many years vacant, the northeast corner of Dyer’s primary intersection has a new tenant.
CEDAR LAKE | The 33rd annual Cedar Lake Summerfest feature some old favorites plus a new BMX bike show with professional stunt riders.
DYER | Dyer public works employees will no longer be taking care of the local Amtrak station after July.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council has approved an interlocal agreement that will combine its emergency dispatch functions with two of its nearest neighbors.
CEDAR LAKE | Engineers for the 133rd Avenue widening projects say the road will be open throughout the summer while work is being done.
DYER | Dyer officials have completed their assessement of town thoroughfares, compililng a list and map of problem areas.
CEDAR LAKE | One of the town’s fastest-growing churches will be building an addition to accommodate its expanding congregation.
GARY | Friends of the Sojourner Truth House gathered on a beautiful Saturday morning to support the house’s mission.
*CEDAR LAKE | The town’s most important thoroughfare will be open to two-way traffic during the Summerfest celebration July 3 through 6, but it will close for about six weeks on July 7.
HOBART | Hundreds of people came to Hobart on Friday to make magic happen.
CEDAR LAKE | Marissa Harper received something special when she graduated from the DARE anti-drug program recently.
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover School Corp. board has approved five capital improvements projects, including new tennis courts for the high school.
GARY | Devioen Bryant, 14, created a glow-in-the-dark cellphone.
DYER | Summerfest continues through Sunday with rides, a beer garden, entertainment and fireworks.
DYER | The town has been taking care of the Amtrak station for years, but that might change.
HIGHLAND | Veterans helped veterans on Saturday.
CEDAR LAKE | Grant money is allowing the Cedar Lake Historical Association to put together a strategic plan.
GARY | Councilman Ronier Scott, D-6th, will not be getting paid while he’s in prison. However, the Gary City Council did not vote to strip him of his seat Tuesday.
DYER | The Town Council held a public hearing recently to talk about the new federal funds it will receive in 2014.
DYER | The Economic Development Commission has approved a bond sale that will help a new health care facility locate in town.
DYER | A money transfer approved by the Economic Development Commission will go toward putting up a barrier between the Canadian National Railway tracks and the Rockwell and Hearthstone neighborhoods.
DYER | A hard-fought and at times difficult primary campaign in Dyer’s Ward 5 culminated with a veteran Democrat and incumbent Republican claiming victory.
DYER | Former Town Councilman Michael Kapitan won the Ward 2 Democratic primary race Tuesday, defeating opponent Crystal Madden.
DYER | The Town Council has tweaked an ordinance that may pave the way to permit angled parking on some streets in town.
DYER | Roads, parks and personnel are among the top issues in the Ward 5 primary races.
DYER | A newcomer and a veteran are vying for a chance to run against Ward 2 incumbent Jeff Dekker this fall.
DYER | There’s new hope for a bike trail in Dyer.
CEDAR LAKE | Hanover Central High School is on its way to bigger, better tennis courts.
DYER | The Town Council has approved a $1.9 million road project that will involve the repair or reconstruction of five streets.
DYER | Park officials and a team of consultants met Wednesday at Central Park to discuss the park’s future.
CEDAR LAKE | Town officials have raised rental fees, but not until after considerable discussion about whether Cedar Lake should establish a different fee scale for nonresidents.
ST. JOHN | Scores of the faithful flocked to the Shrine of Christ’s Passion on Friday to “follow in the footsteps of Jesus” on Good Friday.
CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council has postponed a vote on the South Shore extension financing until next month.
CEDAR LAKE | If the way in which the Hanover School Board hears comments from the public is to be changed, the matter will require an internal review first, trustees have decided.
MUNSTER | The curtain went up Friday night on Family Christian Center’s 26th annual production of “Jesus of Nazareth.”
DYER | The Town Council narrowly approved a resolution supporting the South Shore commuter rail extension Thursday, following some negative feedback from its audience.
DYER | Federal money set to come to Dyer this year might be able to help fund the low-income bus service provided to some residents.
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