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A volunteer group of Crown Point government and business leaders, Joe Gambril, Amber Pressley, Jeff Augsburger, Mayor Dave Uran, Julie Wilson, Roger Lain, Austin Brodrick and Keith Stevens head to Kokomo with two trucks and trailers full of food, clothing and other supplies for tornado victims.
Helping local volunteers unload food in Kokomo are Crown Point volunteers Roger Lain, Jeff Augsburger and Austin Brodrick.
Alexandra Koukoutsis, left, and Ella Rothrack take turns cutting strawberries for the fruit smoothie they made at the Kids Cooking Class last Saturday at the Crown Point Farmers Market.
Kaylee Bewley, Allyson Bosse and Rebecca Lewis take turns stirring the Fruit Salsa made at the Kids Cooking Class last Saturday at the Crown Point Farmers Market. Guiding their efforts, at left, is Chef Jason Delgado. The four-week class continues from 11 a.m. to noon this Saturday and Aug. …
The City of Crown Point hosted its sixth annual City-Wide Picnic for residents recently at the Lake County Fairgrounds. Mayor Dave Uran and his leadership team, as well as other elected officials, served the meal, from left Clerk-Treasurer Patti Olson, Building Inspector Richard Hulen, Publi…
Crown Point Mayor David Uran joins the Geminus Head Start full-day classroom Monday at Holy Name Church in Cedar Lake to read “If You Give a Pig a Pancake” in honor of this Week of the Young Child. Head Start is a federally funded program that provides preschool services to children 3 to 5. …
Crown Point K-9 Officer Jeff Eldridge and his partner, Buddy, receive an Employee of the Month award in March from Crown Point Mayor David Uran.
Crown Point St. Patrick’s Day Logo Contest winners display their enrtries, from left, Abi Neuwirth, fourth place; Hannah Brownd, second place; Brooklynn Frassinone, the 2013 winner; Tyler Kuss, third place; with Mayor Dave Uran.
(From right to left) Mayor David Uran honors Larry Hine of Larry’s Barber and John Saylor of Saylor’s, both Barber shops that have been in Business in the City of Crown Point for more than 50 years of dedication to our residents.
City of Crown Point Mayor David Uran (center) and Employees of the Month (left to right) James Drackert and Brian Jeffrey.
Crown Point Mayor David Uran, left, recognizes Bill Kozlowski Jr., EMA volunteer officer, as the city's Employee of the Month during a recent City Council meeting.
Lt. Timothy A. Martin, left, receives the employee of the Month award from Crown Point Mayor Dave Uran, at the April 5 City Council Meeting for his leadership and organizational skills in co-chairing the city's successful St. Baldrick’s event March 17.
Police Officer Robert Ballas, left, receives the March Employee of the Month award from Crown Point Mayor David Uran for saving a young infant’s life.
Mayor David Uran, back row, honors the 2011 St. Patrick's Day Event Event Logo Contest finalists at last week's City Council meeting, front row from left to right, Taylor Wheatley, Christina Koulianos, Amber Jajowka, Melanie Albers and winner Brooklynn Frassinone.
Brooklynn Frassinone submitted this logo design to win top honors in the city of Crown Point's St. Patrick's Day Event Event Logo Contest.
Crown Point Emergency Mangement Officer 1st Class Brad Smith, right, was honored by Mayor David Uran, left, as the February Employee of the Month at a recent City Council meeting. Smith is a volunteer and a student at Purdue University Calumet in Hammond.
Sisters Alorah Hopper, front left, and Amaylie Hopper visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus during last year's Polar Express event in Crown Point. Santa and Mrs. Claus will return to the Old Courthouse Lower Level Shops to greet all the little ones from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday.
Corporal Jose Resendez, center, is honored as the city of Crown Point's October Employee of the Month by Police Chief Pete Land, left, and Mayor David Uran, right. Land said several individuals from his department nominated Resendez.
The colorful Enviromobiles used as mobile education units by the Lake County Solid Waste Management District will visit the weekly Crown Point Car Cruise from 5 to 8:30 p.m. today downtown.
Mayor Dave Uran awards Madalyn Beasley, of Crown Point, a lifetime vendor permit at a Crown Point Board of Works meeting earlier this month. Beasley has been selling hot dogs from her cart on the downtown square for more than 22 years and was missed when she became ill several years ago. Be…
Sudden Suspension is an alternative music band formed in 2009 that will be play during Crown Point’s third Annual City Wide Picnic on July 5. Band members, from left, Zachary Gross, Austen Backe, Brandon Stasi and Teddy Feddeler play original songs along with covers from other artists.
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