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EAST CHICAGO | Putting East Chicago's vast school resources in residents' hands can only help improve education, jobs and living conditions, said Jesse Gomez, sworn in last month as president of the School City of East Chicago's first elected board.
EAST CHICAGO | Police are looking for witnesses to a weekend shooting in the West Calumet area that left a South Side resident injured.
EAST CHICAGO | A fight among teenagers in the West Calumet area landed a 12-year-old in jail Wednesday after she admitted stabbing another girl, police said.
EAST CHICAGO | Reconstruction is scheduled to begin in earnest this year to transform a century-old Indiana Harbor library building into a modern community arts center.
EAST CHICAGO | East Chicago charted its fewest murders in almost 40 years last year based on totals reported to the federal government.
EAST CHICAGO | Tattoo artists and body piercers would face licensing and other restrictions to do business in the city under an ordinance heard Monday by the City Council.
EAST CHICAGO | Elected officials in the city will receive the same pay in 2013 as they have been compensated this year.
HAMMOND | Armed intruders who allegedly terrorized a Jacobs Square mother and her children dropped their masks inside — and were filmed on the home's surveillance system, police said.
HAMMOND | A classic Veterans of Foreign Wars post in Hessville got a modern upgrade Thursday thanks to volunteers from the service arm of a local retailer.
EAST CHICAGO | The sole appointed school trustee elected to serve a full term beginning next year has survived a court challenge to his position.
EAST CHICAGO | Dredging of the western branch of the Indiana Harbor Ship Canal is nearly complete after a month of nonstop work.
EAST CHICAGO | The City Council on Monday offered preliminary approval for a line of credit to hedge against the possible late distribution of property taxes next year.
HAMMOND | Volunteers this week finished their makeover of the home of a North Hammond senior citizen, despite a pair of burglaries during the reconstruction.
HAMMOND | Workers following an aggressive schedule to tear down the condemned Cline Avenue overpass by the end of the year may be starting a little too early in the morning for some neighbors.
EAST CHICAGO |The city is looking to rezone a stretch of eastern Chicago Avenue to make the area more attractive for development.
EAST CHICAGO | A man from the South Side is recovering from brain surgery after being struck by a city-owned vehicle while crossing Indianapolis Boulevard.
EAST CHICAGO | A Calumet area teenager was hospitalized for injuries he received while allegedly burglarizing a neighbor's home on Tuesday, police said.
HAMMOND | City traffic officers issued 150 citations during the first day of a statewide focus on seatbelt compliance and impaired driving, police said.
EAST CHICAGO | The city will go forward with plans to open its new water filtration plant despite recent denials of responsibility by designers of the non-working facility.
HAMMOND | A three-party agreement has been finalized for constructing a new biking and pedestrian bridge across the Little Calumet River.
EAST CHICAGO | A veteran city police officer is bringing home the lessons he learned this fall during an elite law enforcement education program.
EAST CHICAGO | The city is selling its fleet of ambulances which have not been used since emergency medical services were privatized earlier this year.
HAMMOND | Hammond police announced they will be joining a statewide focus on seatbelt compliance and impaired driving beginning today.
EAST CHICAGO | An estimated $1 million annual deficit in running the Sanitary District has officials considering the city's first sewer rate hike in 15 years.
EAST CHICAGO | A Gary resident out on bond for a felony weapons charge ran from a police interview over the weekend, leaving behind drugs, his drivers license and $685 cash, police said.
HAMMOND | A second termination hearing has been scheduled for a city firefighter fired last year for allegedly phoning in a prank false alarm.
EAST CHICAGO | The suspect in a North Harbor car break-in arrested Friday morning was found to be a wanted fugitive, police said.
EAST CHICAGO | Voters may have chosen new faces for the city's first elected school board, but most have backgrounds in education and all have histories of service to the community.
EAST CHICAGO | A decision to cut the City Court's budget for next year could land the City Council in Lake Superior Court.
EAST CHICAGO | Leaking water lines across the city are being repaired in anticipation of eventual full power from the year-old, but still-under-performing, new municipal waterworks.
HAMMOND | Helen Larson's home was destined for the demolition list until efforts by dozens of volunteers made it possible for her to stay in the house her father built.
HAMMOND | City safety officials violated state law when they fired a firefighter late last year, a Lake Superior Court judge ruled, ordering that the man be returned to his job.
EAST CHICAGO | An Indiana Harbor man told police he was shot while walking near his home Monday night by someone in a passing car.
EAST CHICAGO | An East Calumet neighborhood grocery store was robbed at gunpoint Monday night, police said.
HAMMOND | Investors are poised to begin a large retail and entertainment development in Robertsdale on the far north side of Hammond, city officials revealed Tuesday.
HAMMOND | Some 1,433 structures in Hammond near the Little Calumet River were relieved of federal flood insurance requirements earlier this month, and the city is now looking to free those properties remaining in the official flood plain.
HAMMOND | The family of a young man stabbed to death outside a downtown gas station a year ago is offering a cash reward for information on the anniversary of the crime.
EAST CHICAGO | A longtime East Chicago educator will represent the city on the board of the regional Shared Ethics Advisory Commission.
EAST CHICAGO | Few elections in many years have energized the community quite like this season's first-ever popular vote for candidates to lead the city's expansive school system.
EAST CHICAGO | Few elections in many years have energized the community quite like this season's first popular vote for candidates to lead the city's expansive school system.
EAST CHICAGO | The Police Department is switching to Verizon for wireless Internet, and got permission to begin investigating repairs to its aging shooting range.
EAST CHICAGO | The City Council on Thursday approved keeping wages and salaries for municipal employees in 2013 at the same levels as this year.
EAST CHICAGO | An 84-year-old resident was restrained Monday while men who had claimed to be electrical company workers ransacked his home, police said.
EAST CHICAGO | No pay cuts for municipal employees are planned for next year, but the City Council on Monday postponed voting on a proposed salary ordinance for a few days.
EAST CHICAGO | Ground was broken Monday for the first in a series of new single-family homes planned for the old Washington High School site in Indiana Harbor.
EAST CHICAGO | Long-delayed dredging of a polluted industrial waterway which runs through the heart of East Chicago is scheduled to begin this week.
EAST CHICAGO | Officials hope an agreement soon can be reached to get the city's new, but still nonworking, water filtration plant finally functional.
EAST CHICAGO | A bicycle-riding robber made off with $30,000 in cash snatched from a customer in the parking lot of an Indiana Harbor bank on Thursday, police said.
EAST CHICAGO | A fugitive accused of kicking a dog to death was found hiding in his mother's South Side apartment Thursday, police said.
EAST CHICAGO | Tires and rims worth $2,300 were reported stolen off a car parked inside a locked Indiana Harbor garage Thursday, police said.
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