Early civil rights activists to speak at Nov. 3 program

  The League of Women Voters of LaPorte County will present a discussion about voting rights and voter suppression Nov. 3 at 6 p.m. at the Michigan City Public Library.  This ... Continue Reading →

Natural rock seawall installed at Kiwanis-Teledyne Park

Photos and information from City of La Porte Park Department Installation of a natural, glacial stone seawall and dredging in Kiwanis-Teledyne Park were recently completed. The ... Continue Reading →

County launches social media series to highlight businesses

  Information and images from La Porte County Government  (Click images to enlarge) “La Porte County WORKS!” honors the many businesses who call La Porte County ... Continue Reading →

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

  Prosecutor’s office press release Domestic violence damages victims physically and emotionally and its effects are long lasting. October is Domestic Violence Awareness ... Continue Reading →

INDOT will host winter hiring event Oct. 28

  INDOT will hosting a statewide winter hiring event Thursday, Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Area locations where the event will take place are: Plymouth Sub-District, 2845 ... Continue Reading →

Prosecutor: License reinstatement after nonpayment of child support is possible

  La Porte County Prosecutor’s Office press release Those who have had their driver’s, hunting, fishing, professional or other license suspended because they owe child ... Continue Reading →

Free COVID tests, shots at MC Al’s Supermarket lot Oct. 20-23

  Free COVID-19 tests and vaccinations will be offered in the parking lot of Al’s Supermarket, 3535 Franklin St., Michigan City, Oct. 20-23. The COVID-19 mobile clinic, provided ... Continue Reading →

City of LP water system flushing begins this week

  The City of La Porte Water Department will begin its biannual water system flushing in the coming days, according to Water Superintendent Tim Werner. Beginning Monday, Oct. 18, ... Continue Reading →

College students, recent grads should apply for internships before Oct. 31

  State Rep. Jim Pressel, R-Rolling Prairie, encourages local college students and recent graduates to apply online for internships at the Indiana Statehouse before the Oct. 31 ... Continue Reading →

LP County remains in Yellow status; 3 deaths this past week

  La Porte County remained in the improved Yellow status this past week regarding new COVID-19 cases, according to the La Porte County Health Department. Reported new cases per ... Continue Reading →