Michigan City Police Department seeking to fill new officer positions

The Michigan City Police Department announced that it is currently accepting applications for full-time police officers. MCPD will host a written test and a physical agility test at ... Continue Reading →

Bio-Tech manufacturer relocates its operations to Michigan City; brings 100 jobs to the area

  Aquagenics Technologies is relocating its headquarters, research and development, and manufacturing operations to Michigan City — and in the process, reviving a historic ... Continue Reading →

County council endorses plans for opening of mattress manufacturing plant

  Story courtesy of Inside Indiana Business The La Porte County Council has approved a resolution in support of a Dallas-based manufacturer’s expansion to the county. Corsicana ... Continue Reading →

Statehouse Republicans seeking applicants for paid internship positions

Indiana Statehouse Republicans are looking for students interested in a paid internship position, State Rep. Jim Pressel has announced. The opportunity is for college students or recent ... Continue Reading →

Sheriff’s Office hires new deputy, transfers another deputy to merit division

Micah C. Hatley has joined the La Porte County Sheriff’s Office as a new deputy and Deputy Benjamin G. Pointon has been transferred from the LCSO jail division to the merit (patrol) ... Continue Reading →

State offers online service to connect vets with jobs

Ind. State Rep. Jim Pressel has announced that INvets has expanded its resources to assist job-seeking veterans. The INvets website connects directly with Hoosier companies looking ... Continue Reading →

Blair Milo featured at Women in Leadership virtual event

Former La Porte Mayor and current Indiana Secretary of Career Connections and Talent Blair Milo will be featured at the Women in Leadership of La Porte County (WILL)’s July 21 ... Continue Reading →

After four decades and 10 mayors, Water Superintendent Todd Taylor retires

The city of La Porte said goodbye to one of its longest-serving employees this week, Mayor Tom Dermody has announced. After 41 years, Water Superintendent Todd Taylor retired Tuesday, ... Continue Reading →

Jaeger-Unitek launches million-dollar extrusion line at La Porte facility

    Jaeger-Unitek Sealing Solutions, a leading thermoplastic and rubber profile extrusion producer, has  announced the launch of its new million-dollar four-component extrusion ... Continue Reading →

William Bunton retires as police officer after more than two decades of service

Specialist William Bunton, a long-time officer with the La Porte City Police Department, retired Friday, Chief Paul Brettin has announced. Bunton served nearly 23 years with the department; ... Continue Reading →