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LOWELL | Over the past five years, the Tri-Creek School Corp. has received $2,117,223 less in state tuition money than the average amount received by districts across Indiana.
LOWELL | Without comment, the Town Council unanimously approved the proposed 2015 budget Monday.
LOWELL | Driving through the bucolic countryside that would be sacrificed for a toll road, opponents of the Illiana Expressway on Saturday wound their way past the red barns and green combines of south Lake County on their way to the Harvest Parade Rally in Peotone, Ill.
LOWELL | A full palette of fall colors framed the scene for turn-of-the-century family fun, folk arts and entertainment Saturday at Buckley Homestead's living history farm.
LOWELL | Tri-Creek School Corp. just got its preliminary report card, and the school district seems to have passed with honors.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Corp. board and the teachers union have a contract deal.
LOWELL | The misuse of a commercially zoned property has fallen through the cracks for the past 12 years, but the Lowell Town Council acted recently to ensure it will not continue.
Bigger is better for Tammy DeSanto, a woman with a passion for knitting and life who created her own solution to a problem and, without trying, a thriving business.
MERRILLVILLE | Almost 20 years ago, American Eagle Flight 4184 slammed into a rural Roselawn field, killing 64 passengers and four crew members on board.
LOWELL | State Rep. Rick Niemeyer, R-Lowell, said he wants to be in the loop about how much the Illiana Expressway will be subsidized by taxpayers, what tolls will cost and who pays for fire and ambulance coverage there.
LOWELL | The town will be adding another police officer and upgrading equipment at the fire station using the local option income tax.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board's recent 2015 budget hearing was a lesson in revenue losses and changing expenses.
LOWELL | The caution light should be on as the town moves fiscally into the new year and beyond, the town's financial consultant told the Town Council.
CEDAR LAKE | An Oct. 5 luncheon is scheduled to honor Sue Landske, R-Cedar Lake, for her service as a state senator.
LOWELL | The town's street department has scheduled a final branch pickup to begin Oct. 13 and has tentatively scheduled a leaf pickup to begin a week later.
LOWELL | The Town Council gave preliminary approval Monday to annexing water and wastewater treatment plants and the 287 combined acres on which they sit.
LOWELL | Winners have been selected from the Lowell Labor Day Kiddie Parade.
A home brewer of beers for several years, Justin Arthur's appreciation for those he met at craft brewing shows and his desire to be part of the growing industry have sent him into the field, literally.
LOWELL | A dance troupe performed Monday atop a pretty-in-pastels, frothy float paying tribute to "The Joy of Dancing," this year's theme for the 95th Annual Lowell Labor Day Parade.
LOWELL | Angelina Chilcott, 8, of DeMotte, stood prettily posed as a ballerina in a jewelry box on Sunday in the 61st Lowell Kiddie Parade.
LOWELL | With a comprehensive plan in place, annexation plans adopted and zoning laws refined, the town is primed to put its best foot forward and add to its tax base.
LOWELL | Matt VanDrunen has been sworn in as Lowell's first paid firefighter.
LOWELL | Grabbing up a couple of Bishop Noll Institute commemorative plates from 1966, Sharon Speichert paid for her purchase, then perused items in a nearby booth.
LOWELL | Despite unanswered jurisdiction concerns, the Town Council approved a memo of understanding Monday with Tri-Creek Schools that will put a Lowell police officer in the schools 20 hours a week.
LOWELL | Lowell's five day Labor Day celebration kicks off Thursday and offers two parades, a fireworks show, a circus and plenty of live entertainment.
Crown Point's Estate Auction Group is now a member of MarkNet Alliance, a national network of 60 auction companies in 40 states leading the online-only auction industry.
Accomplished musician, music instructor and craftsman Rick Thacker is in the business of providing joy, he says, through his studio and shop, Plum Grove Strings in rural Lowell.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Corp. advertised budget for 2015 will include an operating budget $1 million less than that advertised last year.
LOWELL | Two top Tri-Creek Schools administrators' positions will not be filled this school year, a move that provides considerable savings to the district for a time.
LOWELL | Tri-Creek students captured honors in a "Dreaming Green" video contest.
LOWELL | It appears the Lowell Town Council is willing to provide a school resource officer to Tri-Creek Schools, including those outside the town, if the School Board and county sheriff sign off on it.
LOWELL | The Town Council has given preliminary approval to the job requirements for the town's first full-time firefighter.
CROWN POINT | With the upbeat "Anything Goes" as the musical background, a bevy of equine beauties and their riders strutted their stuff Sunday during the costumed portion of the Society All Breed Classic Horse and Pony Show at the Lake County Fair.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board will continue to be led by Doug Ward as president.
CROWN POINT | Standing and concentrating with dad Tony Jaynes at her side, 3-year old Rozlyn Jaynes gave a mighty spit, placing her bean at three feet, three inches.
LOWELL | The Town Council tabled consideration of an agreement with the Tri-Creek School Board on Monday that would put a resource officer back into the schools.
While time will tell whether cooler temperatures have hurt corn yields across the state, most region farmers already know heavy rains here drowned out hopes of a good crop.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board has set a Friday deadline for out-of-district students to apply for enrollment.
WINAMAC | After 38 years, the final Paratransit commercial vehicle from BraunAbility will be made in October.
LOWELL | Police commissioners and the chief were disappointed Monday when the Lowell Town Council did not act on a recommendation to hire new officers.
LOWELL | Factors outside their control have forced the Tri-Creek School Board to make several changes to capital project plans.
LOWELL | Time and distance may separate Earl Black from his ancestor, Melvin Halsted, who founded Lowell, but the Alabama native said Wednesday during his first visit to the town, "I feel like I'm home."
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Corp. board is soliciting bids for four new buses as part of its 25-year plan.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Corp. board cut one teacher in response to decreased enrollment and reduced funds, school officials said.
LOWELL Getting from here to there, now and in the future, should be easier as the town moves forward with its thoroughfare plan.
Farm fields are greening up as young corn and beans shoot upward in the beginning of a growing season viewed with optimism after a late start for some local grain farmers.
LOWELL | The Plan Commission on Thursday recommended a thoroughfare plan be adopted by the Town Council.
LOWELL | The Town Council decided to table further discussion on annexing nearly 468 acres south of the town.
In days gone by, neighbors, farmers and local merchants handled firefighting duties because their communities could not afford a paid firefighting force.
LOWELL | No matter how this south Lake County town develops and grows, it will have a tool in place to help make its infrastructure and facilities accessible to those with disabilities.
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