Over a hundred residents, business owners, employees and city officials came out to witness the anticipated Crown Point State of the City address given by the gregarious man of the hour, Mayor David F. Uran.
Sprucing up your facility doesn’t need to cost an arm and a leg. Just ask Portage Township YMCA President/CEO Shannon Burhans.
The Michigan City, Refuse Department will conduct its Annual Spring Clean-Up beginning on March 26, 2018. The Refuse Department requests that all residents separate the debris that is to be discarded into the following three (3) categories:
Congressman Visclosky announced today that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has selected the Hanover Community School Corporation and the Tri-Creek School Corporation to receive awards to clean up their school buses.
In an effort to accommodate an expected increase in ridership, the South Shore Line will offer additional capacity and an extra passenger train on Saturday, March 17, 2018.
Members of the public and the business community are invited to join the City of Crown Point’s big update on all of the economic development and business plans that will be taking place throughout 2018. Attendees will learn all of the news firsthand from Mayor David Uran. Many other city department heads, board and commission members and school officials will also be in attendance.
The United Way of Porter County has named Randy and Jo Ellen Zromkoski as this year’s United Way Campaign Chairs.
Unfortunately, acts of school rampage violence are not unfamiliar to our society. As a matter of fact, they have been happening for years — long before Columbine. From each incident, both the schools and law enforcement learn valuable lessons. We will learn many lessons from the tragic school shooting in Florida. We write this letter as a joint effort between the Valparaiso Police Department and the Valparaiso Community Schools to help explain the strength of our partnership, and the safety measures we take to help keep our students, staff, and community as safe as possible.
Most of us in Northwest Indiana know of the Boys and Girls Clubs sprinkled throughout our towns and cities, and the lucky among us have fond memories of them from our childhoods. In fact, 1 in 16 adults spent time at a Club as a child. The Boys and Girls Clubs do more than provide after school care for children- much, much more!
Inside the upstairs cycling room at the Valparaiso YMCA, brightly-dressed teams of cyclists showed their support for the Cycle Challenge 2018, where they joined local cancer survivors in peddling to the beat of radio hits to raise money for the YMCA’s Livestrong program.