Kankakee Valley REMC’s grant benefits La Porte County Symphony children’s concerts

  The La Porte County Symphony Orchestra was recently awarded an Operation Round Up Grant from the Kankakee Valley REMC to support the 33rd Annual Drayton Family Children’s ... Continue Reading →

Physician opens office at Franciscan facility

  Board-certified internal medicine physician James Pickford, MD, is welcoming new patients at Franciscan Physician Network 400 North Health Center, Michigan City, after previously ... Continue Reading →

Watercolorist’s work to go on display at gallery

    An opening reception will be held Aug. 13 from 5 to 7 p.m. for the new watercolor exhibit “Nowhere but Here” at The Depot Museum and Art Gallery, 525 S. Broadway, ... Continue Reading →

South Shore seeks new, lower bids for double tracks

  Story and image from Inside Indiana Business The Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District is planning to put out a second request for bids for the South Shore Line ... Continue Reading →

Portion of old St. Anthony’s site continues as a community health provider

  Story and photos by WNLP’s Bob Wellinski Muffled sounds of jackhammers and excavators seemed to reinforce Dean Mazzoni’s “tale of two cities” about the Franciscan ... Continue Reading →

Is a Roth IRA better for young workers?

  If you’re in the early stages of your career, you’re probably not thinking much about retirement. Nonetheless, it’s never too soon to start preparing for it, as time may ... Continue Reading →

Dr. Dennis Miller named one of Newsweek’s 300 best eye doctors in U.S.

  La Porte optometrist Dr. Dennis Miller is among the 300 “America’s Best Eye Doctors 2021” named by Newsweek magazine July 26, 2021. “Newsweek partnered ... Continue Reading →

Collective Artisan Market will be part of Lakefest July 31

  The Collective Artisan Market will be part of the City of La Porte’s first LakeFest on Saturday, July 31. The market will be located at the Dennis F. Smith Amphitheater ... Continue Reading →

U.S. Census Bureau: Indiana has 11th lowest starting wages in nation

  From Inside Indiana Business According to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Indiana is reporting the 11th lowest wages for new hires. The analysis from Texas-based ... Continue Reading →

NIPSCO planting flowers to attract butterflies, bees, birds

  NIPSCO press release and photo NIPSCO and NiSource are taking steps to help pollinators in the thousands of miles of rights of way (ROWs) they service across the country. Company ... Continue Reading →