For the first time in months, Crown Point Mayor David Uran hosted his monthly forum, Tuesday Talks, in person, instead of via Zoom. The forum also was streamed live on Facebook.
During his monthly forum, Crown Point Mayor David Uran addressed the city's decision to cancel the St. Patrick's Day parade for the second year in a row.
The event will now be held from 5-9 p.m. June 22 at the Franciscan Health Pavilion and Amphitheater at Bulldog Park, 183 S. West St.
Once work is complete, Crown Point residents can expect an expanded clerk's office, which will now take up the footprint of City Hall's first floor, Mayor David Uran said during a recent tour.
During its Wednesday meeting over Zoom, the Crown Point Board of Works approved donating a cemetery plot, as well as funds for a "significant" grave marker, to Woods, who was a beloved Crown Point historian and Merrillville educator.
This year, the city plans to assist a dozen families and about 30 children through its Crown Point Cares Adopt a Family program.
On Thursday afternoon, First United Methodist Church unveiled a new warming and cooling center at 352 S. Main St., which was made possible through public and private collaboration, Senior Pastor Mark Wilkins said.
Mayor David Uran said the city is a "money in, money out" third-party vendor for garbage collection. However, it's never collected an administrative fee for the service.
Drizzle Eatery, which will be located at 229 S. East St., was given one of the city’s historic beverage licenses after receiving praise from both the Historic Preservation Commission and City Council.
As proposed, the city's budget would see a 14.2% increase, coming in at $39.6 million. In 2020, the city budget was $34.6 million.
Local 219 is picking up its search for the hottest wings in the Region.
Now, the city is looking to regulate the home that moved into the neighborhood without notice, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
On Thursday evening, 109th Avenue from Broadway to Iowa Street reopened to eager motorists after closing earlier this year for improvements.
Improvements to Main Street and Merrillville Road are progressing and near completion.
Crown Point Mayor David Uran said employees can use the day, or tack it on to vacation time, so long as it doesn't cause his or her department to go into overtime.