Warm up your vocal cords: Singers invited to audition for Hoosier STAR competition March 24-25

Information provided The LaPorte County Symphony Orchestra (LCSO) is looking for contestants for the 13th annual Hoosier STAR competition. The contest is open to amateur singers of ... Continue Reading →

Let’s think green: Master Gardeners’ next Brown Bag session is Feb. 21

There’s nothing like sweet anticipation to get us through a lousy winter. The LaPorte County Master Gardeners will provide that when they launch their annual Brown Bag sessions starting ... Continue Reading →

CEO to speak on hospital’s future at upcoming public meetings

Information provided LaPorte Hospital CEO Ashley Dickinson and other members of the hospital leadership team will speak about the progress toward a new hospital campus and other planned ... Continue Reading →

Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest is Feb. 4

Knights of Columbus St. Michael Council 1542, LaPorte, will hold its annual Free Throw Contest on Sunday, Feb. 4, at South Central High School Gym, 9808 S 600 W, Union Mills. The contest ... Continue Reading →

Bad weather means fewer blood donations; here are your opportunities to give

The American Red Cross reports that severe winter weather has had a tremendous impact on blood donations, with more than 150 recent blood drives forced to cancel, causing over 5,500 ... Continue Reading →

LaPorte Hospital restricts visitors to try to limit spread of flu

Press release from LaPorte Hospital LaPorte Hospital has implemented temporary visitor restrictions to help curb the spread of illness to patients and employees. As of Dec. 23, 2017, ... Continue Reading →

Kids invited to join in the fun in 2nd round of The Comic Book Project

The LaPorte Park and Recreation Department will offer The Comic Book Project, an after-school program for kids of various ages, in two upcoming sessions. The after-school programs ... Continue Reading →

John Wesley hymns to be featured at Jan. 5 First Friday at the Chapel

Information provided The life and hymns of famed English Anglican cleric and theologian John Wesley will be featured at the Jan. 5, 2018, First Friday in the Chapel ... Continue Reading →

Washington Park Festival of Lights continues through Jan. 7

There’s still plenty of time to pile into the car and enjoy the spectacular annual Washington Park Festival of Lights in Michigan City. The dazzling holiday display continues through ... Continue Reading →

Here’s a way to give this season: Donate blood

Information from American Red Cross Blood and platelet donations are traditionally low during the holiday season. Unfortunately, the need for them does not slow down; accidents and ... Continue Reading →