Ballroom dance classes once again offered by park department

A six-week ballroom dancing course will once again be offered this spring by the La Porte Park and Recreation Department. The department is taking registrations now for the classes, ... Continue Reading →

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church welcomes Mother Michelle Walker

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1000 Michigan Ave., La Porte, is pleased to announce that it has called the Rev. Canon Michelle I. Walker to be priest-in-charge of the parish from ... Continue Reading →

Play ball! City Park summer season starts May 26

La Porte boys’ baseball and girls’ softball summer programs are on for the summer, the La Porte City Park and Recreation Department has announced. The decision follows ... Continue Reading →

SkillUp offers sweet results for American Licorice

The SkillUp program is helping American Licorice in La Porte build up its maintenance workforce internally, providing critical help for both now and the future. Carol Flaherty, the ... Continue Reading →

Foodie Tuesdays will return near the end of May

  Foodie Tuesdays is back. The City of La Porte Park and Recreation Department has announced the return of summer time’s Foodie Tuesdays. Beginning May 26, one new mobile ... Continue Reading →

Community notes: American Legion, Purdue Extension, South Shore riders

American Legion Riders of Post 83 The American Legion Riders of Post 83 will present a drive-up spaghetti dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday May 23rd, 2020. Pick-up will be at the ... Continue Reading →

Beginning Monday, La Porte and most other counties to see easing of restrictions

La Porte will join the majority of Indiana counties on Monday, May 4 with a “Phase 2” of re-opening the state, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced this afternoon. Specifically, ... Continue Reading →

Dermody urges retailers, shoppers to exercise caution as governor’s executive order expires

The governor’s Retail Responsibility Act expires today but Mayor Tom Dermody nonetheless is urging local retailers and shoppers to continue to practice caution. “With changes ... Continue Reading →

From curious minds to naturalist citizens: exploring nature can fuel our creativity

         This is the eighth in a series of articles from the Center for Creative Solutions, which is celebrating innovation and creativity by featuring “thought leaders” from ... Continue Reading →

The Lubeznik Center’s doors are closed — but chances to explore art are wide open

     Even though their doors are closed, the Lubeznik Center for the Arts continues to bring the magic of art to life in the community, thanks to the convenience of the internet.   ... Continue Reading →