Got what it takes to be a LaPorte firefighter? Apply now

Submitted by Dr. James Edwards, president, LaPorte City Fire Department Merit Commission The LaPorte Fire Department is accepting applications for firefighter positions. Applicants ... Continue Reading →

Milo, Holcomb unveil state’s new Next Level Jobs initiative

EDITOR’S NOTE: Monday, Aug. 14, 2017, was former LaPorte Mayor Blair Milo’s first day on the job as the state’s first-ever Secretary of Career Connections and Talent. ... Continue Reading →

LaPorte’s American Renolit expanding, creating 30 new jobs

American Renolit, located at 1207 E. Lincolnway, is enlarging its facility, a move that is expected to result in 30 new jobs. Here are details: Inside Indiana Business news release: A ... Continue Reading →

LaPorte chamber seeks new president/CEO

Following Mike Seitz’s announcement of his retirement, the Greater LaPorte Chamber of Commerce is seeking a new president/CEO. Here is a summary of the position issued by the chamber: “The ... Continue Reading →

Event partners PNC students with area contractors and Habitat for Humanity

Information and photo provided by PNC A Jan. 14 event will bring some of the region’s most successful contractors, engineers, architects and builders to PNC to mentor students ... Continue Reading →

Grand opening of Center Township Food Pantry/Resource Center is Oct. 16

Photo and information provided Join the Center Township Food Pantry/Resource Center for its grand opening and ribbon cutting at its new location, 1700 Lincolnway, Suite 7, on Friday, ... Continue Reading →

County hails restoration of rail lines in Kingsbury Industrial Park

Press release from LaPorte County Office of Economic Development LaPorte County officials and JBC Rail Services hailed the arrival of the first new rail traffic at Kingsbury Industrial ... Continue Reading →

Sheriff’s department seeks applicants for patrol deputy

The LaPorte County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the position of merit patrol deputy. The starting salary for a patrol deputy is $40,750. LaPorte County offers employees ... Continue Reading →

Mayor Blair Milo sums up 2014, offers glimpses into 2015

EDITOR’S NOTE: LaPorte Mayor Blair Milo issued these words of reflection on 2014 and a look ahead at 2015.   As we wrap up another year, it’s commonplace to review and celebrate ... Continue Reading →

LaPorte County Family YMCA to open MC branch at former Elston school; Petru will be director

Information provided by the LaPorte County Family YMCA In 2007 the Michigan City YMCA closed after longtime financial problems. Now a new Y facility is planned for Michigan City under ... Continue Reading →