MICHIGAN CITY — Footlight Players has announced the second show of its 72nd season will be “Miracle on South Division Street.”
La PORTE — There have been big changes since Rev. Jane Anabe came to The Presbyterian Church of La Porte as its new pastor.
BASS LAKE — An Isreali developer of renewable energy projects broke ground on phase one of a huge solar farm project in Starke County, part of a $1.5 billion investment in its Indiana operations over the next five years.
La PORTE — American Licorice is helping candy lovers kick off their spooky celebrations with a newly-launched seasonal lineup from Sour Punch and Red Vines.
MICHIGAN CITY — A fitness studio unlike any the city’s seen before is inviting the public to its grand opening Spooktacular Extravaganza block party.
KINGSFORD HEIGHTS — The Boys & Girls Clubs of La Porte County is hiring program leaders for its new Kingsford Heights Club, which launches on Monday, Oct. 25.
Venmo has become a popular and relatively safe way to quickly send money to friends and family members. Even the safest websites, though, can struggle with scam artists.
MICHIGAN CITY — More than 100 participants helped raise some $1,200 when Minority Health Partners of La Porte County hosted its 10th annual Real Men Wear Pink Breast Cancer Walk on Saturday at the Pentecostal Temple COGIC in Michigan City.
WEST LAFAYETTE — A monthly report on farmer sentiment in Indiana was down 14 points in September, with producers feeling less optimistic about current conditions on their farming operations and their expectations for the future.
CROWN POINT — The Franciscan Health Breast Care Center has added advanced treatment options for breast cancer patients by adopting the Savi Scout Wire-Free Radar Localization System to provide easier, more compassionate care with less discomfort.
INDIANAPOLIS — Beginning on Sunday, Oct. 24, everyone in northern Indiana’s 219 and 574 telephone area codes will be required to use 10 digits, rather than seven, to make local phone calls.
La PORTE — The pastor and outreach director for a local church have been honored by the Boy Scouts for their long-term support of the organization and its projects.
MERRILLVILLE — The 2021 Red Mass and free CLE Seminar, hosted by the Catholic Foundation for Northwest Indiana, will be Thursday, Oct. 7, at Our Lady of Consolation Church, 8303 Taft St. in Merrillville.
Social media has become the new norm for catching up with friends and family members, or even making new friends. Unfortunately, scammers have caught up with that.
MICHIGAN CITY — They feature beloved pets, exotic locations, blooming flowers and more abstract subject matter, and offer a unique collaboration between a professional photographer and several up and coming artists.
La PORTE — La Porte economic development officials will be celebrating the opening of a new state-of-the-art vein and laser clinic in the city.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Purdue University’s Agricultural Safety and Health Program released the annual Indiana Farm Fatality Summary with Historical Overview to coincide with National Farm Safety and Health Week last week.
MERRILLVILLE —This summer, NIPSCO employees raised $20,200 to support local mental health organizations during the annual Charity of Choice campaign.
THREE OAKS, Mich. — The Acorn Theater is bringing several nationally touring acts to its environs this October, including Sophie B. Hawkins, Cathy Richardson of Jefferson Starship and an Eric Clapton tribute band.
MICHIGAN CITY — Beverly Brooks was increasingly confused and unable to care for herself due to metabolic encephalopathy, a chemical imbalance in the blood that affects the brain.
MICHIGAN CITY — Franciscan Health Michigan City is partnering with local churches on a faith-based diabetes prevention initiative.
La PORTE — It’s bedlam when gamblers help missionaries save souls, burlesque dancers and crapshooters find true love, and La Porte gets another Broadway musical.
Working in an office for 40-plus hours, Monday through Friday, is outdated. It’s so 2019! Virtual work is here to stay. The pandemic transformed work-life, and the transformation isn’t over.
MICHIGAN CITY — The inspiration behind Janine Harrison’s latest book, “Turning 50 on El Camino de Santiago,” occurred while she was hiking with a Canadian woman in Spain.
As venues continue to reopen after the pandemic, scammers will be ready for a surge in ticket purchases. Many venues have reduced the number of open seats during a concert or event so tickets may be harder to come by.
MICHIGAN CITY — Michigan City-based Horizon Bank has announced the completion of its previously announced acquisition of 14 branches in 11 Michigan counties.