Red Cross reports urgent need for blood donations

  With hospitals resuming treatments and surgical procedures that had been temporarily postponed because of the pandemic, the American Red Cross is issuing an urgent call for blood ... Continue Reading →

Sinai Forum cancels in-person fall events; alternative plans to be announced in July

  The Sinai Forum at Purdue Northwest announced Wednesday that it will not be featuring its traditional format this fall because of health and safety concerns created by the coronavirus ... Continue Reading →

Pax Center to resume serving community on Wednesday with carry-out meals

The Pax Center has announced that it will resume its weekly community meals starting Wednesday, May 27. “The goal is to continue to keep LaPorte County well-fed and well-loved ... Continue Reading →

In spite of pandemic, city of La Porte continues Memorial Day tradition

Story and photos by WNLP’s Mike Kellems      The city of La Porte, along with many communities in La Porte County, has always stepped up when it comes to ceremonies ... Continue Reading →

LCSO’s partnership with Roxy Music and Drew’s Gift of Music will put instruments into the hands of 20 young musicians

     Twenty instruments, ranging from flutes to a drum kit, were donated in response to an instrument drive launched earlier this spring by the La Porte County Symphony Orchestra, ... Continue Reading →

HFL leads data coordination and support efforts during COVID-19

The Healthcare Foundation of La Porte has released the following to WNLP:  When the pandemic became very real for LaPorte County, the Healthcare Foundation of La Porte (HFL) did what ... Continue Reading →

Today marks start of state’s advance to Stage 3 of re-opening plan

Governor Eric J. Holcomb has announced that because health indicators remain positive, most of the state will advance to stage 3 of the Back On Track Indiana plan on today, May 22. Indiana ... Continue Reading →

County’s Boys and Girls Clubs shift strategy to meet kids’ needs during COVID-19 pandemic

The doors of Boys & Girls Clubs of La Porte County may have been closed since March 16, but team members have been busy finding new ways to serve the community throughout the COVID-19 ... Continue Reading →

Pressel: state’s online marketplace offers PPE to small businesses, nonprofits

  Local small businesses and nonprofits can now utilize the state’s new online marketplace to request personal protective equipment (PPE), State Rep. Jim Pressel (R-Rolling ... Continue Reading →

La Porte’s Memorial Day service to be held online

La Porte’s Memorial Day service will be moved online this year, according to American Legion Post 83 Auxiliary President and Bar Manager Kathylynn Miller. Miller, who helps orchestrate ... Continue Reading →