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GLENWOOD | The village is considering the sale of lease agreements for four cellular tower sites to a California-based company.
GLENWOOD | The Village Board is expected to vote Tuesday on a resolution that if approved would throw Glenwood's hat into the ring as a potential host for a casino gambling site.
EAST CHICAGO | An Indiana Harbor and Ship Canal dredging project that has resulted in the removal of 400,000 cubic yards of material since its beginning in the fall of 2012 is scheduled to resume in early April.
EAST CHICAGO | The East Chicago Park Board has given the New Mission of Jesus Christ Church permission to operate an after-school program at the Bessie Owens Center, 4001 Alexander Ave.
EAST CHICAGO | Frozen water lines were a hot topic at a recent City Council meeting.
CALUMET CITY | Spanish will be added to the curriculum at Wentworth Junior High School next school year.
GARY | About 50 parents and children gathered Saturday morning in the vestibule at Glen Park Academy to pick up a free computer.
LANSING | Fitness is in serious focus for fifth-graders at Coolidge Elementary School.
GLENWOOD | Glenwoodie Golf Course season pass holders will see a price increase this year.
GLENWOOD | Residential customers will pay $75 more per year as a result of the Village Board's approval on Tuesday of an ordinance that increases the depreciation fee for water and sewer users and establishes a stormwater maintenance fee.
LYNWOOD | As it prepares for its 40th anniversary June 24, the Glenwood-Lynwood Public Library has a full slate of 1970s-themed programming planned to commemorate the decade of its founding.
EAST CHICAGO | The East Chicago City Council has unanimously approved a resolution that expresses opposition to any state action that would reduce tax dollars for education.
EAST CHICAGO | The Park Board has approved the transfer of four recreation centers from the Department of Redevelopment to the Parks Department.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | A once homeless veteran is turning into a true success story at Prairie State College.
THORNTON | Postal problems have reportedly become a common occurrence in the village.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Women attending Prairie State College will have a new resource with the start of the new semester this week.
GLENWOOD | The Village Board will consider a sewer and water rate increase at its Feb. 4 meeting.
EAST CHICAGO | The East Chicago Park Board has elected officers for the year.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Charitable efforts by Prairie State College prior to its semester break helped both children and veterans over the holidays.
EAST CHICAGO | Overall crime in the city last year decreased by 6 percent compared to 2012 based on numbers reported to the FBI.
GARY | Students from St. Mary Catholic Community School in Crown Point joined whiz kids from four other states Sunday at a regional qualifying robotics tournament at Indiana University Northwest.
LANSING | Results of an online School Climate Survey taken by parents of students in Lansing Elementary District 158 in November have been compiled and will be displayed on the district website after being reviewed by the School Board, Superintendent Cecilia Heiberger said.
WHITING | All Whiting public school students stand to benefit from an innovative new program that began as a joint effort between Nathan Hale Elementary School and the Strack & Van Til grocery store in Whiting.
CALUMET CITY | District 155 is in the process of replacing all of its computers.
MUNSTER | The Munster Town Council approved a $18,425 contract for the removal of nearly 100 trees.
MUNSTER | Town officials on Monday attempted to put at ease a bride-to-be concerned about damage caused by settling at the Centennial Park Clubhouse.
MUNSTER | Town Council members are concerned about movement in some of the walls and columns of the Centennial Park Clubhouse as a result of settling.
GLENWOOD | The village has a new treasurer, as Keith Reichard was sworn in on Tuesday to replace former Treasurer Toleda Hart, who resigned last month.
MUNSTER | The Redevelopment Commission has formally rejected a request from Munster Steel for additional incentives related to the company's future move to Hammond.
SOUTH HOLLAND | A brand new welding lab, complete with a high tech welding simulator, will be ready for student use when the spring semester begins at South Suburban College on Jan. 13.
EAST CHICAGO | The East Chicago Waterway Management District is moving forward with plans to remove contaminated sediment from the Grand Calumet River and Indiana Harbor and Ship Canal.
WHITING | The city is moving forward with plans to lease the Whiting Community Center to the YMCA for $1 per year.
EAST CHICAGO | The East Chicago City Council has approved an ordinance that establishes Public Works as a city department.
WHITING | The possibility of the National Mascot Hall of Fame finding a permanent home in the city is still alive, Mayor Joe Stahura said.
HOMEWOOD | If Walmart does indeed proceed with a plan to relocate from Glenwood to Homewood, the news might not be all negative for Glenwood.
HAMMOND | A simple act of kindness by a Hammond woman has grown into a wide-reaching social media-based charity.
GLENWOOD | It appears the village may be losing its Walmart store.
GLENWOOD | The Village Board approved a $3.7 million tax levy for the fiscal year that began May 1 and ends April 30.
LANSING | It took five votes, but the Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board on Thursday was finally able to settle on a 2013 tax levy that shows a 6 percent increase over last year's levy.
EAST CHICAGO | Proposed changes to the city's personnel policy manual were presented to the East Chicago City Council recently, including a new classification for full-time employees.
LANSING | The Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board is mulling its tax levy for next year, with some board members against the 23 percent hike proposed last month.
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.
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