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Operating as usual

12/25/2020
Christmas Wish

May everyone have a safe and joyous Christmas holiday!

11/26/2020

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! Have a safe and joyous holiday!

Happy Veterans Day! Thank you to all that have served!
11/11/2020

Happy Veterans Day! Thank you to all that have served!

We are sad to inform everyone that Halloween in the Park has been cancelled due to public safety concerns with the rise ...
10/25/2020

We are sad to inform everyone that Halloween in the Park has been cancelled due to public safety concerns with the rise of COVID-19 cases in our area. We are truly saddened by this news as we all look forward to doing this event every year.
Trick or Treating is still on for Halloween.
The following is a message from Mayor Carroll.

Hello everyoneThe Lake Station Fire Department is having an online auction basket fundraiser. The LSFD is asking for don...
10/24/2020

Hello everyone
The Lake Station Fire Department is having an online auction basket fundraiser. The LSFD is asking for donations for our basket raffle auction. We will be auctioning off gift cards and baskets full of goodies donated by great people like yourself. We don’t typically do fundraisers this way but with Covid 19 we are striving to keep everyone healthy and safe. We would greatly appreciate any donation you can make. Should you make a donation to our raffle basket auction. Your business/ person will be recognized with your donation on the auction page.. Please let me know by November 9th if you can donate anything will be greatly appreciated.
If you have any questions you can contact Battalion Chief Ron Hans at 219 455-0780

Nipsco
10/23/2020

Nipsco

Scammers are increasing their tactics to take advantage of customers by falsely claiming to be NIPSCO. Be Aware! NIPSCO does not demand payment through a prepaid debit card. If you receive a suspicious call, hang up and check your account at myaccount.nipsco.com or contact our Customer Care Center at 1-800-464-7726. #StopScams

Lake Station Police Department
10/15/2020

Lake Station Police Department

The Lake Station Police Department is investigating a Fraud that occurred at Chase Bank. The individual in the picture is a person of interest. Lake Station Police would like to speak to this person regarding the fraud that occurred. We are in need of help contacting this individual. If you know who this is and can identify him we ask that you contact Captain Dave Johnson at the Lake Station Police Department 219-850-1353 or email [email protected]

Looking for firefighters to help next Saturday.
10/03/2020

Looking for firefighters to help next Saturday.

10/01/2020

Our thoughts and prayers go out to South Holland Il. Fire Department, for the loss of one of thier members.

From our Mayor Bill Carroll
09/29/2020

From our Mayor Bill Carroll

New York City Fire Department (FDNY)
09/11/2020

New York City Fire Department (FDNY)

FDNY honors the 343 FDNY members who made the Supreme Sacrifice on September 11th. Four members killed that day responded from FDNY HQ, First Deputy Commissioner William Feehan, Chief of Department Peter Ganci, Assistant Chief Gerard Barbara, and Assistant Chief Donald Burns. Their families gathered with FDNY members at a ceremony at FDNY Headquarters in Brooklyn. Commissioner Feehan was a 42-year FDNY veteran. He was appointed to FDNY in 1959, assigned to Ladder 3 in Manhattan. Chief Feehan served as the highest ranking uniformed officer, Chief of Department, in 1991 and as Fire Commissioner from 1993-1994. Chief Ganci, a 33-year veteran, was the highest-ranking uniformed FDNY member killed on Sept 11th. His career began in 1968 at Engine 92 in the Bronx. He held every uniformed rank and was well-known for his tremendous leadership. He received numerous citations for bravery, including a Medal in 1982 for rescuing a child from an apartment fire. He had a deep love for the Department, which was clear in his words to new classes of Probationary Firefighters at each graduation ceremony, telling them, “When someone asks you what you do for a living, you can tell them, ‘I’m a New York City Firefighter. It doesn’t get any better than that.’” Chief Barbara was a 31-year veteran and began his career at Engine 91 in Manhattan. He worked in all 5 boroughs in his extraordinary career. In 1981, Chief Barbara was awarded a Medal for rescuing 2 people from a Brooklyn fire. As Asst Chief of Fire Prevention, he championed for stronger codes and enforcement. On Sept 11th, Chief Barbara was a City-Wide Tour Commander and led the Department’s rescue effort in the South Tower. Chief Burns was a 40-year veteran and began his career at Ladder 123 in Brooklyn in 1961. He was cited 5 times for bravery and spent extensive time working in FDNY Planning, Research, Training, and Operations. Chief Burns was the commander of Tower 1 during the FDNY’s response to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. On Sept 11th, he had set up a command post inside the South Tower just minutes before it collapsed. #NeverForget

09/11/2020
Gary Police Department
09/05/2020

Gary Police Department

UPDATE: Destiny White has been located! Thank you to all who shared the information and contributed to locating her.

Community Assistance Urgently Needed:
Investigators are seeking the public's assistance in locating 19-year-old Destiny White of Gary. Destiny was last seen at 11:25 PM on September 4, 2020 at the Save Gas Station located in the 2100 block of Grant Street. She is seen leaving with two unknown black males in a red Ford SUV. Destiny White has not been seen or heard from since this time. Destiny White is described as a 19-year-old female black, light complexion and slender build. (see attached)

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Destiny White or the identity of the two males pictured is urged to immediately call Detective Sergeant Poe or Detective Sergeant Adams at 219-755-3855.

08/21/2020
From the Eagle's Nest

From the Eagle's Nest

Attention all Edison Fighting Eagle Athletic Fans:

It has been brought to our attention that some "company's" are posting on Social Media that they will be broadcasting or live streaming this weeks Lake Station Edison HS Football game on Saturday. This is a scam and a phishing attempt to collect people's information. Please do NOT sign up for any of these program's. Lake Station Edison and the IHSAA has not endorsed any company to broadcast or live stream any of Edison's home contest's.

Thank you...Edison Athletic Department

08/21/2020

Thank you #BamPizza in Portage for your Pizza Donation. We truly appreciate your generosity! Great food and awesome people what more could you ask for.

08/11/2020

We would like to send a special Thank you to New Chicago Fire Department and Hobart Fire Department for their assistance with a rescue of a person on Ripley Street that was trapped in a home due to a very large tree that had fallen on the structure, yesterday evening, trapping them under debris. The occupant did not appear to have any serious injuries. As always we truly appreciate your assistance.

https://www.facebook.com/724742650990207/posts/2026428470821612/

07/18/2020
Safe Haven Baby Boxes

Thank you everyone who came today for our unveiling and blessing of Lake Stations Safe Haven Baby Box!

07/11/2020
07/04/2020

Happy 4th of July!
Please practice safety with fireworks. Especially with the warm dry weather over the last several days. Keep Children away. Make sure all fireworks are away from structures and combustibles, never go near a firework that misfired or didn't go off. Extinguish any burning debris after fireworks have been used. Firework safety is everyone's responsibility. Stay safe and have a great holiday!

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06/29/2020

Lake Station - Alert
Residents: Good morning! Beginning today, road paving is underway on Fairview Ave. Near LaPorte St, heading East all the way to Ripley St, Fairview Ave. WILL BE CLOSED. Please plan for alternative routes of travel for this week as Fairview Ave is reconstructed. Also, as part of 3 this particular paving project; all of Central Ave, Clay St, and Liverpool Rd will be next to be paved. Work on Central Ave is expected to begin the week of July 6th, with the other roads to follow. As part of the Community Crossings Grant program, two more major road paving projects for Lake Station are being planned. Future updates will be provided. Please share this info.

14 year old missing from Merrillville, Indiana
06/24/2020
14 year old missing from Merrillville, Indiana

14 year old missing from Merrillville, Indiana

MERRILLVILLE, INDIANA. JUNE 24, 2020. HAVE YOU SEEN ME? LAW ENFORCEMENT INVESTIGATION ATTEMPT TO LOCATE MISSING JUVENILE. Police in Indiana are requesting the assistance of the public in locating a juvenile who went missing in June 2020. 14 year old Mayson Stawarz was last seen on...

From the Eagle's Nest
06/03/2020

From the Eagle's Nest

06/01/2020

Thank you! To the couple that just stopped by the Police Station and Fire Department and dropped off cases of water. We truly appreciate it!

Hobart Fire Department
05/12/2020

Hobart Fire Department

A small fire caused by a discarded cigarette was extinguished in a matter of minutes at Brentwood Assisted Living last night. There were no injuries, and all residents are safe. Thank you to the Lake Station FD for assisting. As a reminder, no smoking orders should be adhered to. Smoking cessation tips are available in a wide number of places.

Happy Police week to our brothers in blue!
05/12/2020

Happy Police week to our brothers in blue!

Lake County Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency
05/11/2020

Lake County Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency

Welcome to Stage 2, Lake County!

*** EXCEPTION: GARY REMAINS ON STAGE 1 PER MAYOR PRINCE. ***

DISCLAIMER: The document attached to the link at the bottom of this post is the Stage 2 document created by the Governor's Office. Any changes that have been or may be made to this plan should be reflected on that document. It is the responsibility of the Governor's Office to update it if applicable. What's at this link today may differ tomorrow. It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with the document and ask questions. This is not legal advice from Lake County Government. When in doubt, reach out to the Governor's Office.

We made it... to Stage 2. If we all work together, we can make it to Stage 3 on time... or if not, we could get stuck in Stage 2... or worse... go back to Stage 1. It sounds like a game show, folks, BUT IT IS NOT...

IMPORTANT:

1) Restaurants and Bars with Food (as per the chart at the link): These may open at 50% capacity ONE WEEK AFTER Stage 2 begins, so that's May 18. This doesn't impact existing drive-up, curbside, delivery options at all. *** This should PROBABLY say Restaurants that serve alcohol vs. Bars with food, but then again, why mention it at all since a restaurant is still restaurant whether or not it serves alcohol. BARS remain closed at this time. This is one of those "reach out to the Governor's Office for clarification" situations. ***

2) Personal Services (most common "what's that?" = hair salons, barber shops, nail salons... to name a few): These may open BY APPOINTMENT ONLY starting May 18.

3) Lake County Government remains closed to the public with an planned return to normal operation on Monday, May 18. Click https://bit.ly/LCG04192020 to review those details.

4) The Travel Advisory that has been in place for quite some time HAS BEEN LIFTED... and will NOT be used for non-standard events such as a pandemic in the future. It created too much confusion throughout the state, so this is a perfect time to set it back to normal. Please follow the guidelines as set forth in the five stages in the Back on Track Indiana plan.

A REMINDER:

1) The Back On Track plan comes from the Governor's Office, NOT the Lake County Government.

2) This is a PLAN, and as you know, plans don't always work out as PLANNED, so some or all of this can change, so keep an eye open for updates.

3) Look for the light at the end of the tunnel. It's visible now.

The Stage 2 information for the Back on Track Indiana plan is at:
https://backontrack.in.gov/files/BackOnTrack-IN_WhatsOpen-Closed-stage2.pdf

LET'S DO THIS!!

Mike Ciampo
05/07/2020

Mike Ciampo

Rest In Eternal Peace my friend and brother, one of my Probie School Squad-mates FF Paul Greco SQ 270. We had a lot of laughs working together one night in E47 and running all night long. The FDNY lost him and Lt. Kevin Dunn E251 to 9-11 cancer yesterday, 343 and unfortunately still counting....

05/03/2020

Thank you Mrs. Metz for the pizza. We appreciate all you do for us!

Please move over and slow down! Prayers for a speedy recovery.
04/29/2020
Trooper Seriously Injured in Overnight Crash

Please move over and slow down! Prayers for a speedy recovery.

GARY- This morning at 12:00 a.m., Trooper Corey Adam was dispatched to a single vehicle crash on I-80/94 west bound at the 7.3 mile-marker. This is approximately ¼ mile east of Burr St. Upon Trooper Adam’s arrival at the scene, he located a black Mercedes Benz that had struck the center median wa...

Thank you to Kathy, Lyn And April as well as anyone else from the Minnesota St. Area that brought us pizza for dinner th...
04/26/2020

Thank you to Kathy, Lyn And April as well as anyone else from the Minnesota St. Area that brought us pizza for dinner this evening. We truly appreciate your kind jester and words.

Thank you to The Word Church for providing lunch for the Lake Station Fire and Police Department! We truely appreciate i...
04/24/2020

Thank you to The Word Church for providing lunch for the Lake Station Fire and Police Department! We truely appreciate it!

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I wanted to thank the EMS Ambulance service that came to my house on 4-13 when I couldn't breathe and had a temperature. You treated me with great care and compassion and got me to the hospital where I needed to be. I thank God I didn't have the Covid-19 but it was very scary. Be safe
Do you need some face masks? I have some homemade ones that are washable and reusable.
Hi, as a Community Outreach Specialist at Life Line Screening, The Nation's leading provider in preventative healthcare, I wanted to let the community know about the Stroke and Vascular Disease Prevention screenings we are having in the community for seniors! Below is a link to our event taking place at VFW Post 9323 on December 12th. Every Like, Tag, or Share could save a life. Thank you. https://www.facebook.com/events/514310959302106/
Hi, as a Community Outreach Specialist at Life Line Screening, The Nation's leading provider in preventative healthcare, I wanted to let the community know about the Stroke and Vascular Disease Prevention screenings we are having in the community for seniors! Below is a link to our event taking place at VFW Post 9323 on Thursday, December 12th. Every Like, Tag, or Share could save a life. Thank you. https://www.facebook.com/events/514310959302106/
Hi, as a Community Outreach Specialist at Life Line Screening, The Nation's leading provider in preventative healthcare, I wanted to let the community know about the Stroke and Vascular Disease Prevention screenings we are having in the community for seniors! Below is a link to our event taking place at VFW Post 9323 on Thursday, December 12th. Every Like, Tag, or Share could save a life. Thank you. https://www.facebook.com/events/514310959302106/
Thank you all 😊
I hope Michael Schmitt dies in a fiery painful way. If i find him sending dick pics to my wife again, there will hell to deal with.
Please come out with the kids tonight and enjoy a great movie and have a good time.
I hated to call tonight, had a lightning strike induced brush fire across the street. We watched it to see if the rain was going to put it out. There must have been some good hot spots in it. Good job guys! It is nice to know you're there for us.
Hated to call, had what looked like a lightning strike induced brush fire across the street. I had hoped that the rain would put it out. Great job guys!!!
Hi! My name is Debbie Reynolds & this is my dog Opie. Thanks for letting me get a picture in your engine. I pray for all of you daily! God bless & be careful when you go out.