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ST. JOHN | If you have some furniture that's giving you nightmares, maybe you should consider donating it to the St. John haunted house.
CROWN POINT | The city's Plan Commission has encouraged plans for redeveloping the apartment complex at the northeast corner of Indiana Avenue and North Street.
CROWN POINT | The Redevelopment Commission has endorsed plans for extending Delaware Parkway north of 109th Avenue to 107th Avenue.
CROWN POINT | The Orchard View Subdivision primary plat has barely made it out of the city's Plan Commission with a 4-3 vote and a list of conditions.
It's not exactly a holy war, but churches have been forced to develop a new battle plan to recapture people's interest from the myriad other obligations, attractions and distractions vying for their time and attention.
ST. JOHN | LeBron James won't be coming to play basketball in St. John, but, if he were, the Sahi home on Winding Trail might be the court fit for the NBA star.
CROWN POINT | With the city's showcase Sportsplex nearing completion, just in time for two major baseball tournaments with almost 260 teams coming to town this week, the city's Redevelopment Commission approved funding for a camera security system to keep an eye on it.
CROWN POINT | They really know how to play ball in Crown Point, and that means they need a lot of ball fields.
ST. JOHN | Plans for the first phase of the $50 million Park Place of St. John were approved Wednesday by the town's Plan Commission, and the developer expects to begin construction in early September.
HOBART | Sign, sign, everywhere a sign, and that's a good sign for the employees of the TradeWinds sign shop.
CROWN POINT | The Crown Point Planning Department's gain is the Lake County Planning Department's loss.
CROWN POINT | The snipping of scissors mixed with the hissing of the spray from mosquito repellent cans as the city's Redevelopment Commission met at the new trailhead on Summit Street for both a dedication ceremony and business session.
ST. JOHN | The town wants to buy an 8.5-acre parcel that will more than quadruple the size of Homestead Acres II and turn it into a dog park.
CROWN POINT | Area veterans from World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam and Afghanistan will attend a ceremony honoring Lt. Col. Matt Urban at Arlington National Cemetery on Aug. 23, courtesy of the Crown Point Silver Bells Chapter of the Polish National Alliance.
Lt. Col. Matt Urban served with the 60th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division, in Sicily, France, Belgium and Germany during World War II.
CROWN POINT | Needing an experienced planner to help out while seeking a replacement for Planning Administrator Christopher Meyers, the city has turned to a familiar face and name.
WINFIELD | The town began planning to hire its one-person police department in February, but didn't start seeking applications until last month. Now it hopes to hire someone by the end of August.
ST. JOHN | The town no longer owns its roads. Sort of.
CROWN POINT | In November there will be no place like dome for Crown Point sports lovers.
GARY | DeCarol Deloney-Cain was a loving sister and mother, who traveled the world and loved to cook.
CROWN POINT | Hawk Development Corp. has withdrawn its request for a special use to build a controversial gas station/convenience store at the corner of Ind. 55 and East Burrell Drive.
CROWN POINT | Christopher Meyers has been dismissed as Crown Point's planning administrator.
CROWN POINT | Changes to the Old Town Village section of the Ellendale Farms subdivision were approved Monday by the City Council after residents who wanted to object to them were told they were too late.
CROWN POINT | When the echoes of fireworks have faded into memory and city residents are looking for one last blast for the holiday weekend, they can head to the Lake County Fairgrounds today for the annual citywide picnic.
WINFIELD | It has taken more than 2.5 years, but the communities along 109th Avenue should soon learn what needs to be done to make the road a safer, more attractive and pedestrian-friendly road.
ST. JOHN | By a 3-2 vote, the St. John Council agreed at a special meeting Tuesday to join the interlocal with Schererville and Cedar Lake for public safety dispatching. At least for now.
CROWN POINT | A plan to build 25 duplexes as part of the Orchard View Subdivision at 109th Avenue and Iowa Street was unanimously endorsed by the city's Board of Zoning Appeals recently.
CROWN POINT | A mild-mannered utilities employee during the day, Ken Abels becomes the city's Emergency Management Agency director whenever the need arises.
WHITING | Baseball, hot dogs and support for the nation's veterans has become a tradition at the Whiting Oilmen's annual Veteran Benefit Night scheduled for Tuesday at Oil City Stadium.
CROWN POINT | The city wants to make sure if you take a trip in downtown Crown Point, it's not because of a bump in the sidewalks.
WINFIELD | The town can hold off on naming the members of the committee to select the consultant for a master plan of the downtown that will make it pedestrian friendly.
CROWN POINT | It has taken the RAW Church a lot longer than members expected to open, church spokesman Lisa Bostick told the city's Board of Zoning Appeals on Monday.
CROWN POINT | Development of 10 acres at the southwest quadrant of Interstate 65 and 109th Avenue, long delayed by the presence of an underground oil pipeline, could begin later this year.
CROWN POINT | There won't be any Lions or Tigers, but there will definitely be some Bears coming to the city's new sports complex next month.
ST. JOHN | The town council has talked about doing a major road project for several years, but, when it had only $200,000 to $250,000 a year to spend, the conversation was more of a brief chat followed by a long sigh.
ST. JOHN | In efforts to improve the town's chances of attracting new businesses, the Redevelopment Commission has approved revamping tax increment financing districts.
CROWN POINT | Two of the city's trailhead projects have received a boost with $20,000 donations each from the city's Rotary Club and the Crown Point Community Foundation.
HAMMOND | For more than four decades, Alfred Uhle was a leading commercial and portrait photographer in downtown Hammond with a studio located above the Hook's Drug Store on Hohman Avenue.
ST. JOHN | The town took the first steps Thursday toward borrowing $5.2 million it hopes to use to repave and rebuild at least 20 miles of badly neglected roads.
CROWN POINT | This weekend's Corn Roast will include about 2,000 people in sneakers.
CROWN POINT | Hawk Development Corp. is planning what a company official said will be a $100 million lifestyle center near the Interstate 65 interchange with 109th Avenue.
CROWN POINT | When a few thousand car enthusiasts drop by for the afternoon, it requires a little more preparation than having a few extra bags of nachos.
MERRILLVILLE | Andrean High School didn't have to go far to find a new principal.
CROWN POINT | A traveling traffic jam of hot rods, street rods, custom trucks and street machines of all makes and models will stop at the Lake County Fairgrounds for the day on Wednesday.
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