With flu season nearing, Red Cross aims to keep blood supply strong

The American Red Cross is urging healthy donors of all blood types to give blood to ensure a strong blood supply for patients as the U.S. braces for flu season while in the midst of ... Continue Reading →

For early voters, a run-down of the candidates

We’re in week 3 of early voting, and here are the candidates that voters can expect to see on the ballots, as listed by the La Porte County Clerk’s Office. (Note: some county ... Continue Reading →

Week three for early voting

It’s Week Three for Hoosiers interested in casting their ballots early in this year’s general election. Here are the upcoming dates and times: Monday through Friday, Oct. 19-23, ... Continue Reading →

Governor officially extends Stage 5 “Back on Track” plan

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb Thursday announced that he has signed his executive order, extending the adjusted version of the Stage 5 Back On Track Indiana plan and extending the state’s ... Continue Reading →

The Solid Waste District of La Porte County is reminding local residents that the last household hazardous waste collection for the year will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday ... Continue Reading →

COVID-19 update for La Porte County

The last two days have seen the number of positive cases of COVID-19 in La Porte County rise from 1,844 to 1908, according to statistics from the Indiana Department of Public Health. ... Continue Reading →

If you’re voting early, here are the candidates

Besides the presidential contest, various state, county, school board, and town races are on the Nov. 3 La Porte County ballot. Below are positions and candidates on the ballot as ... Continue Reading →

Latest COVID-19 stats for La Porte County

  As of early today, La Porte County has seen 1,844 positive cases of COVID-19, and the death toll is now at 48, according to data from the state of Indiana. One week ago, the ... Continue Reading →

It’s goodbye to the old Fire Station 3

        News brief and photos by WNLP’s Bob Wellinski For nearly 60 years, LaPorte Fire Department Station 3 sat at the corner of Boyd Blvd and Ind. 2 on ... Continue Reading →

Early voting continues

Residents are reminded that Tuesday, Oct. 6 marked the first day for early voting, and will continue up to the day before the Nov. 3 general election. Here are the dates and times: Tuesday ... Continue Reading →