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GLENWOOD | Village trustees have approved $15,000 for the purchase of an electronic traffic control sign.
GLENWOOD | Come Jan. 1, it will cost more to rent one of the village's three park fieldhouses as well as the John H. Blakey Senior Center.
EAST CHICAGO | Expect twice the brightness this year, as the city will have two "Magic of Christmas" tree lighting ceremonies on Dec. 6.
GLENWOOD | The Village Board has increased the number of Class E liquor licenses in the village from four to five.
LANSING | Students who received top scores at their schools on the 2013 Illinois Scholastic Achievement Test, or ISAT, were recognized by the Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board. Almost all of the students attended the Nov. 20 School Board meeting and were presented with certificate…
HAMMOND | The bitter cold could not stop fans of the movie "A Christmas Story" from attending the Downtown Hammond Council's sixth annual Holiday Kick-Off Celebration on Saturday that served as a tribute to the late Jean Shepherd, the Hammond native who penned the now 30-year-old holiday cla…
HAMMOND | When snow starts to fall, city sledders will have to find a new place to slide.
GLENWOOD | Part-time police officers will receive a $1 an hour raise following unanimous approval by the Village Board last week.
DOLTON | A disharmonious Village Board either tabled or sent into closed session most items on the agenda of a special meeting of the Board of Trustees on Thursday.
LANSING | The Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board has given preliminary approval to an estimated 2013 tax levy of $22,084,400.
EAST CHICAGO | The City Council approved a resolution to establish a facade, sign and awning grant program for the North Harbor Business District.
EAST CHICAGO | The Park Board voted last week to approve Star Security and Investigation for future background checks on potential employees.
LANSING | As she prepares to celebrate her 100th birthday on Nov. 20, Camille Hamilton recently offered her advice for living a long life.
GLENWOOD | The village is moving forward with its plans to redevelop the property at in the 500 block of West 195th Street that for years was home to Chicagoland Paintball.
LANSING | A large crowd at the Lansing Veterans Memorial on Sunday paid special tribute to women who have served in the military.
EAST CHICAGO | A partnership between the East Chicago Public Library and St. Catherine Hospital is seeking to ensure library visitors leave with more than just a book or a movie.
CALUMET CITY | State and national recognition is being given to Wentworth Junior High School for the innovative curriculum designed by physical education teachers Mark Foellmer and Brittney Klemenswicz.
LANSING | A celebration was held at the Patti Leach Youth Center on Saturday to mark the completion of the most recent rehabilitation project of Habitat for Humanity Chicago South Suburbs. That project will enable Javaze Hart and her two children to soon move into their new home at 17319 Bur…
EAST CHICAGO | The City Council has approved the 2014 budget, a spending plan City Controller Kim Anderson said contains all funds balanced without the use of gaming subsidies.
About 120 residents from Illinois and Indiana gathered Sunday afternoon for a ceremony to celebrate the connection of the two states via the Pennsy Greenway bike trail.
EAST CHICAGO | The Park Board on Tuesday has approved paying $240 to Star Security and Investigation for background checks performed on individuals who were interviewed for part-time recreation leader jobs.
GLENWOOD | The Brookwood Elementary District 167 board will explore its options in locating a new middle school as it learned this week that some land it had eyed is owned by the village and it would take some time to vacate it.
EAST CHICAGO | City Council President Lenny Franciski issued a news release Thursday to address rumors that the City Council is attempting to close down the City Court.
LANSING | Residents on both sides of the state line will have reason to celebrate at 3 p.m. Sunday when a marker is revealed to officially recognize the connection of Illinois and Indiana via the Pennsy Greenway bike trail.
CALUMET CITY | Finances and full classrooms are preventing Calumet City Elementary District 155 from offering full-day kindergarten, school officials told attendees recently at a School Board meeting.
LANSING | Parishioners packed St. Ann Catholic Church on Saturday to witness Francis Cardinal George celebrate a Mass in recognition of the parish's 100th anniversary.
EAST CHICAGO | The East Chicago City Council is expected to adopt a 2014 budget at its Oct. 28 meeting.
LANSING | Based on survey results indicating most Lansing Elementary District 158 families have computers and Internet access at home, the School Board will postpone sending computers home with students.
GLENWOOD | Village President Kerry Durkin told the Village Board on Tuesday of a plan to install a shooting range on what is currently village-owned property.
EAST CHICAGO | The Park Board has postponed a decision on whether to approve a contract with Star Security and Investigation to conduct background checks on potential employees.
LANSING | From its humble beginnings in 1913 as a mission church of the St. John Church in Glenwood, St. Ann Catholic Parish has come a long way.
GLENWOOD | The Village Board on Tuesday delayed action on a proposed intergovernmental agreement with Brookwood School District 167 over the management of school crossing guards.
GLENWOOD | A six-week investigation has led to the arrests of two individuals facing multiple charges regarding credit card fraud at the Walmart at 19225 Halsted St., police said.
GLENWOOD | The Village Board on Tuesday approved a resolution to allow AT&T to build a 190-foot cellular tower on village-owned property just north of the Glenwood Oaks restaurant.
GLENWOOD | The federal government has awarded Glenwood $2 million for infrastructure work to expand its industrial park, but with the government shutdown, officials don't know when they'll receive the money.
EAST CHICAGO | Flooding from last week's heavy rains remains on the mind of the East Chicago City Council.
GLENWOOD | The Village Board approved a resolution last week that could lead to the purchase of property at 537 W. 195th St.
EAST CHICAGO "Kind of a holy pride" are the words the Rev. Alin Dogaru, parish administrator, used to describe the feelings of the children of the founders of St. Nicholas Romanian Catholic Church, which celebrated its 100th anniversary this weekend.
CALUMET CITY | The Calumet City Elementary District 155 School Board on Thursday adopted a deficit budget for the 2014 fiscal year.
LANSING | Brian Stewart has been appointed to fill the vacancy on the Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board after Jerry Kern resigned last month.
LANSING | Longtime Lansing resident Virginia Kotecki said there is no magic formula for hitting the century mark, as she did when she turned 100-years-old Aug. 31.
EAST CHICAGO | The East Chicago City Council has tightened its regulations governing garage sales within the city.
GLENWOOD | The Village Board heard a presentation Tuesday that may lead to video gambling in the clubhouse of the village-owned Glenwoodie Golf Course.
EAST CHICAGO | A packed house received its first look Monday at a Downtown Action Agenda designed to revitalize the Main Street and Broadway Business District in the Harbor area of East Chicago.
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GLENWOOD | An upcoming villagewide conference call will help keep residents better informed.
EAST CHICAGO | The City Council has adopted an ordinance that addresses properties considered public nuisances.
LANSING | History is repeating itself in Lansing Elementary District 158.
EAST CHICAGO | Park Superintendent Francisco Rosado is leaving his position to become director of the city's Public Transportation Department.
GLENWOOD | Pet owners who have dogs deemed dangerous will need to meet certain requirements as outlined in an ordinance the Village Board adopted last week.
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