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LOWELL | The Lowell Board of Zoning Appeals and Plan Commission have canceled their meetings scheduled for Thursday.
LOWELL | A lot of questions were answered Wednesday when the Town Council met to hear more on the most recent E-911 consolidation proposal.
LOWELL | Tri-Creek Schools Superintendent Debra Howe will conduct a listening post for public input at 6 p.m. Dec. 11 at Oak Hill Elementary School, 425 S. Nichols St.
LOWELL | The Town Council will meet in a public work session at 2 p.m. Wednesday to discuss the interlocal agreement on consolidated emergency dispatching in Lake County.
LOWELL | For 75 years, the Lowell Lions Club has been quietly doing good works to benefit the community.
Going into business together was a natural step for two like-minded friends with a passion for target shooting.
LOWELL | Jumping up and down in anticipation, 7-year-old Kendall Powers, of Lowell, called out "Merry Christmas" to those on brightly lit floats passing by, then broke into a dance as Christmas songs filled the air.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek Education Foundation has increased its $10,000 competitive grant opportunity to nearly $25,000 this year.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Corp. Administration Center took a big hit in the Nov. 17 storms.
LOWELL | Lowell High School administrators want to recruit more students into the district's Air Force JROTC to keep the program viable.
LOWELL | Lowell High School was on lockdown Tuesday for a random drug search that covered all lockers and the south parking lot.
LOWELL | The Town Council wants to meet as soon as possible with officials behind the latest E-911 agreement to wrap up questions yet unanswered.
LOWELL | The town's parks department is accepting entries for the 15th annual Lowell Parade of Lights set for 6 p.m. Nov. 29.
LOWELL | The sale date for $750,000 in general obligation bonds to fund an elementary school addition in the Tri-Creek School Corp. has been set for Dec. 3.
LOWELL | When the town completed the annexation of 117 acres last month, it added a makeshift memorial at the southwest corner of Ind. 2 and Austin Avenue to its boundaries.
LOWELL | The Town Council voted Monday to remove Councilman Donald Parker, D-3rd, from his seat on the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission.
LOWELL | After months of operating with low manpower, the town's Police Department returned to a full roster after two men were sworn in as police officers Monday before the Town Council
LOWELL | New federal guidelines have caused more than one municipality and its clerk-treasurer to be audited and written up, state officials said.
LOWELL | About 20 residents from the Lowell area gathered Tuesday to offer input on where pathways for bicycling, jogging and walking should be placed.
LOWELL | The town will pay for street improvements projects by issuing $800,000 in general obligation bonds.
ROSELAWN | In what has become an annual ritual, family members of those who perished in American Eagle Flight 4184 will gather at 3:30 p.m Thursday to mark the 19th anniversary of the Oct. 31 crash.
LOWELL | The town wants to know what residents think about biking conditions in this south Lake County community.
LOWELL | The Town Council on Monday approved annexing four parcels totalling 117 acres along Ind. 2 west of Lowell.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board has named Dana Bogathy the new director of business and human services for the school corporation.
LOWELL | The town's street department will begin its fall curbside leaf collecting Monday.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board is moving forward with an estimated $1.6 million project that will add three classrooms to Lake Prairie Elementary School.
LOWELL | District taxpayers interested in learning more about the cost, financing and scope of a project for an addition to Lake Prairie Elementary School are welcome to attend the Tri-Creek School Board meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday.
LOWELL | There's a bit of swordplay going on at Lowell High School, and it's not for a theater production.
Some may think the farm fields of south Lake County an unlikely setting from which to raise opera singers.
LOWELL | Lowell's clerk-treasurer has asked the Town Council for protection from any Affordable Care Act liability.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Corp. board approved its $37.8 million budget for 2014 recently and adopted a three-year capital projects plan for the future.
LOWELL | The possibility of a partnership between the Lowell Police Department and Tri-Creek Schools on a new school resource officer position drew little support from police commissioners Thursday.
LOWELL | The Lowell Police Pension Board is clearing the way to add two men to the department roster.
LOWELL | Grinning broadly in his wet t-shirt, 2-year-old Travis Marlow of Hebron rushed to explore more after panning for gold.
Caroline Olah knows she and her husband Jason are raising their daughters in a different world from that of their childhoods.
LOWELL | The Police Commission voted Thursday against an interlocal agreement with Cedar Lake that, the commission said, would inject monetary compensation into what would otherwise be mutual aid.
The first week of October delivered sunny skies long enough for the 2013 harvest to begin in earnest.
LOWELL | Visitors to Buckley Homestead County Park's annual Fall Festival this weekend will be welcomed by autumn colors and lots of old-fashioned activities.
LOWELL | The town's parks department is accepting entries for the 15th annual Lowell Parade of Lights set for 6 p.m. Nov. 19.
LOWELL | When Lake Prairie Elementary School opens this week, the water will be turned back on after murky, discolored water forced officials to shut down the school's water system Wednesday.
LOWELL | Some Lake Prairie Elementary School faucets delivered black water late Wednesday morning forcing water fountains to be turned off.
LOWELL | The Lowell Town Council has decided to handle flood control measures in-house to save money.
LOWELL | Tri-Creek schools is proposing a $14.8 million levy to cover a proposed $37.8 million budget.
LOWELL | Harvest Tyme Pumpkin Patch will celebrate Hometown Heroes Weekend from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
LOWELL | The Lowell Town Council moved one step closer Monday toward expanding its boundaries to the west.
LOWELL | Employees would get a 2 percent raise and the Fire Department could get its first, full-time employee if the state approves the town's proposed 2014 budget.
LOWELL | The Town Council will conduct a public hearing on the 2014 budget at 6 p.m. today.
LOWELL | As part of its bus replacement program, the Tri-Creek School Corp. board agreed recently to spend $438,000 for four new buses.
LOWELL | The Town Council took steps Monday to secure half a million dollars in funding for future street paving projects.
LOWELL | Because enrollment numbers are down for the state count and it could be a trend, the Tri-Creek School Board is looking at opening its borders a bit.
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