Maestro Willis returns to La Porte for annual Hoosier Star event

    Alastair Willis, South Bend Symphony Orchestra music director, will be conducting from a podium in La Porte Saturday, Sept. 12, when he leads an ensemble of musicians ... Continue Reading →
Friendship gardens

A first: county symphony to perform at Friendship Botanic Gardens

The sprawling meadows of Friendship Botanic Gardens, 2055 East U.S. 12, Michigan City will serve as a beautiful background to a performance by the La Porte County Symphony Orchestra ... Continue Reading →

Iconic WWII B-17 Flying Fortress “Sentimental Journey” coming to La Porte airport

The La Porte Municipal Airport is helping bring a bit of history to the area next week as it welcomes the iconic World War II aircraft B-17 Flying Fortress Sentimental Journey, courtesy ... Continue Reading →

Continuing pandemic results in annual Sunflower Fair being cancelled

  This year’s Sunflower Fair and Night on the Ave. has been canceled, La Porte Economic Advancement Partnership Executive Director Bert Cook has announced. “This cancellation ... Continue Reading →

LCSO’s Hoosier Star auditions now set for July 11-12 at Bethany Lutheran Church

    The La Porte County Symphony Orchestra has rescheduled auditions for its 2020 Hoosier Star Competition. Auditions will now be held at Bethany Lutheran Church, 102 G ... Continue Reading →

CEO Ashley Dickinson: Oct. 24 is move-in date for new La Porte Hospital

La Porte Hospital CEO Ashley Dickinson announced today that construction on the new full-service La Porte Hospital at 1331 State St. will wrap up in time for a targeted move-in date ... Continue Reading →

COVID concerns claim another 2020 event: LPHS all-60’s reunion

The year 2020 is starting to have the feel of a “lost year.” Organizers of the La Porte High School “All-60’s Class Reunion” had originally scheduled ... Continue Reading →

They’re back: the first of three summer Night Bike Rides is this Friday

Restrictions from the COVID-19 are easing and life seems to be getting back to normal — as seen most recently by the city’s announcement that the annual Night Bike Rides ... Continue Reading →

City officials: Friday’s demonstrations peaceful, organizers “true to their word”

      “Peaceful.” That was the word La Porte Police Chief Paul Brettin used Friday night in describing the demonstrations downtown La Porte witnessed earlier ... Continue Reading →

Today’s the day! Find your polling place for Indiana’s primary election

Today is the day for Hoosiers to vote in the 2020 primary election. Voters may cast their ballots in person from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. today. For this election, counties have been equipped ... Continue Reading →