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- 2 This bites: Emerging breed of mosquito is more aggressive
- 3 Task force releases details in fatal shooting of M'ville officer
- 4 Tri-Creek, Crown Point, Merrillville schools close Monday to accommodate funeral traffic
- 5 Schultz funeral procession route details
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This photograph from 1878 is before the north and south wings were aded to the Old Courthouse in Crown Point.
Photograph from 1934 of Crown Point Courhouse.
Three men stand in front of where Crown Point's Old Courthouse now sits. Behind them to the left is an empty lot that the Solon family donated for the courthouse to be built on.
Presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan came to the courthouse in 1896 to campaign.
Photo provided by Lake County Sheriff's Department | (Pictured left to right) Lowell Assistant Scott Tokach, Officer Jason Alaimo accepting award from Lake County Sheriff John Buncich
Pictured (from left) are St. John Officers Brett Sidenbender and Eric Andersen.
Pictured left to right are Det. Cpl. Mike Wenglarz, Det. Sgt. Don Foley, Det. Joseph Cinko of the Dyer Police Department
Adam Biella was recently honored by the Northwest Indiana Public Information Officers Association and the District One Law Enforcement Council for his lifesaving efforts.
On Nov. 16, CN presents a corporate contribution of $8,000, a 33-percent increase from the firm’s 2009 gift, to Lake Area United Way 2010-11 annual campaign at the Third Annual Lakeshore Classic Tournament at the Genesis Convention Center in Gary. From left are Kevin Soucie, CN Senior Manage…
Special deputies and news reporters stand outside The Old Sheriff's House and Jail on Main Street in Crown Point after the capture of John Dillinger in 1934.
The Old Sheriff's House and Jail on Main Street on the square in Crown Point.
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