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LOWELL | Tri-Creek School Board members want downstate legislators to know they oppose the elimination of the business personal property tax.
LOWELL | The town is collecting caps from milk bottles, detergents, snap-on cottage cheese and more to be recycled and made into benches for the community.
LOWELL | The Lowell Town Council is sending an agreement to share police personnel and resources with Cedar Lake on to the Lowell Police Commission for its recommendation.
LOWELL | Tri-Creek School Corp. teachers recently were awarded grants totaling $10,000 to implement the innovative programs they have proposed and enhance the education of more than 1,310 students.
LOWELL | Residents who set off fireworks in the street are operating outside of the law, and the Town Council wants that law enforced.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Corp. board will hold a work session at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the Administration Center, 195 W. Oakley Ave.
NORTH JUDSON | The Kankakee River Basin Commission meets at 9:30 a.m. Thursday to organize for the year.
ST. JOHN | Lake Central School Corp. will be leasing 153 acres of vacant land off Blaine Street for the high bid of $265 per tillable acre.
LOWELL | The Watoto Children's Choir from Uganda performs at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Lowell High School auditorium.
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover Community School Corp.'s plans for a new $43 million middle school were rejected Thursday by the Indiana School Property Tax Control Board -- without a reason offered publicly.
LOWELL | Stephanny Tauber is the 2008 Lowell Junior Miss.
LOWELL | For years much of the telling of and writing about south Lake County history has come from Lowell historian Richard Schmal, and the Three Creeks Historical Association wants to ensure the information is easily accessible.
LOWELL | For years, much of the telling of and writing about south Lake County history has come from the capable hands of Lowell historian Richard Schmal, and the Three Creeks Historical Association wants to ensure the information is easily accessible.
CROWN POINT | In the dwindling twilight of Sunday's calm skies, the silence was broken only by the reading of 1,640 names of soldiers who have lost their lives in the war in Iraq.
LOWELL --- Police officers here have had take-home cars for nearly a decade, but concerns the policy might be in violation of a town ordinance kept them parked in the police station parking lot for a few days this week.
CEDAR LAKE --- Faced with a host of existing drainage and flooding problems, town officials are taking steps to not create new ones.
LOWELL -- While town officials, eager to see growth, usher in new subdivisions, Tri-Creek School Corp. leaders are wondering how many school-age youngsters will be brought into the school district with the new homes.
LOWELL -- Applications are being accepted until 4 p.m. Tuesday for two new members of the town's Police Commission.
LOWELL --- Betty Wietbrock couldn't wait to snap a picture Monday as crews began installing the decorative streetlights and railings, the final touch in the downtown revitalization project.
LOWELL - The town's rejuvenated focus on annexation, with an eye toward westward expansion, is netting results.
LOWELL --- When the Chicago Cubs Caravan pulled up Thursday to Oak Hill Elementary School, pitcher LaTroy Hawkins brought a book to read to the youngsters and a healthy sense of humor.
LOWELL -- As if on cue, snowflakes fell from the sky Saturday, creating a magical setting for the fifth annual Parade of Lights.
SCHNEIDER --- A part-time law enforcement officer here has been suspended with pay pending the outcome of a hearing scheduled next week.
LOWELL --- County plans to replace the bridge on Belshaw Road between Colfax and Cline avenues have been pushed back until spring.
LOWELL -- The alarm went off when administrators learned 30 percent of last year's Lowell High School freshmen failed at least one subject.
LOWELL --- David Gard is the incumbent in the 5th Ward race and the Town Council president, but the Democrat says he feels like a novice when it comes to campaigning.
LOWELL --- There will be veterans and marching bands, Shriners and fire trucks, but when the 84th annual Lowell Labor Day Parade steps off at 10 a.m. Monday, floats -- homemade and otherwise -- will be grabbing lots of the attention.
LOWELL --- A late-morning fire Monday at InTouch Therapies and Retreat put the new business out of commission and created traffic problems on Ind. 2.
LOWELL --- Despite a few hitches, some Lowell officials are feeling good about the chances of a new sewage contract with their neighbor to the north.
LOWELL --- When the town and West Creek and Cedar Creek township officials decided nearly two years ago to buy land and build Freedom Park, they knew it would have to be done in phases as money became available.
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