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Seven south suburbs Harvey, Markham, Blue Island, Alsip, Midlothian, Robbins and Calumet Park sold bonds to finance engineering and feasibility studies to create their own Lake Michigan water distribution system from Hammond to free them from Chicago'
School City of Hammond Superintendent Walter Watkins, 67, is now in serious condition after being beaten during a home invasion last week. Watkins suffered extensive head injuries and a fractured jaw in the attack on the night of Monday, July 1.
Several pumps bring in water to Oak Lawn from Chicago at the Elmore J. Harker Pumping Station, Thursday, December 5th, 2013, in Oak Lawn. Gary Middendorf~For Sun-Times Media Updated: July 8, 2014 2:08AM If south suburban towns are serious about their
Most Americans slow down their work routines as July Fourth approaches. But for Miranda Panos, the first days of this month are the most hectic of the year. Panos, a manager at Uncle Sam Fireworks in Hammond, Ind., works from 8 a.m. to midnight in
With the Fourth of July just two days away, fireworks are in high demand. Officials in the Chicago area are urging safe usage of fireworks, and knowing what is legal and what is not legal. Chicago-area Fourth of July fireworks displays On Wednesday,
A northwest Indiana school superintendent is being treated for head injuries after he was severely beaten during an apparent home invasion in the 6700 block of Indi-Illi Parkway in Hammond. Police said Walter Watkins' sister found him Tuesday morning
Police are searching for a man who allegedly assaulted and robbed an 84-year-old man while walking on a train platform in Hammond, police said. The victim said he had purchased a newspaper from the station, in the 4500-block of Hohman Avenue, and was
The Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled that a Hammond city panel was not impartial when it ordered the demolition of a house city officials have deemed uninhabitable. Wednesday's 2-1 ruling found that the city attorney's membership on the Hammond
Gary Middendorf/for Sun-Times Media Chicago native Russell Fiore gave a simple assessment of his second-round knockout of Tim Carrizales in their lightweight fight...After effectively changing levels and landing a knockdown in the first round, Fiore (
Fifty years after President Lyndon Johnson declared war on poverty, the U.S. finds itself still grappling with homelessness, mental illness, joblessness, urban blight and other persistent issues connected with being impoverished, unemployed,