Check out latest on the COVID-19 Resource Hub

Need reliable, current information regarding local community resources, health information, government and hospital updates on the virus, and local community needs? Check out the Healthcare ... Continue Reading →

Franciscan Health’s COVID-19 testing site moved to Homer Street

  Beginning Monday, March 30, 2020 Franciscan Health Michigan City’s COVID-19 testing site will be relocated to the former hospital campus at 301 W. Homer St. Testing at Franciscan ... Continue Reading →

Swift action from Healthcare Foundation will provide emergency grants to qualifying groups

Starting immediately, the Healthcare Foundation of La Porte will accept applications for emergency funds earmarked to combat the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. The swift response ... Continue Reading →

La Porte Park and Recreation update on closings/cancellations

In response to Gov. Eric Holcomb’s recent order directing Hoosiers to stay at home, Superintendent Mark Schreiber has released the following update to the La Porte Park and Recreation ... Continue Reading →

For all you bookworms, when there’s a will, there’s a way

Photos by WNLP’s Bob Wellinski Even though the LaPorte County Public Library branches are closed to the public in response to  COVID-19 restrictions, patrons not only have access ... Continue Reading →

Questions about the stay-at-home order? Here are the facts

Here are the answers to anticipated questions regarding Governor Eric J. Holcomb’s order that Hoosiers remain in their homes except when they are at work or for permitted activities, ... Continue Reading →

Holcomb limits state services, orders Hoosiers to stay home

Governor Eric J. Holcomb delivered a statewide address today to order that Hoosiers remain in their homes except when they are at work or for permitted activities, such as taking care ... Continue Reading →

Check HFL’s “COVID-19 resource hub” for information specific to the community

    The Healthcare Foundation of La Porte is  in its second day offering a “COVID-19 Resource Hub” in an effort to, as its name suggests, bring together information ... Continue Reading →

The latest from the state: schools closed until May 1, evictions on hold — and other measures

Governor Eric J. Holcomb took more unprecedented actions today in an effort to stem the adverse affects of the COVID-19 outbreak. The executive orders extend, among things,  to the ... Continue Reading →

American Red Cross issues appeal in light of severe blood shortage due to virus concerns

The American Red Cross reports that it continues to face a severe blood shortage, with nearly 2,700 Red Cross blood drives canceled across the country due to coronavirus concerns. ... Continue Reading →