Just about any American household understands the time and effort that it takes to keep up a tidy and organized home. Between busy work schedules and family members all over the place, finding the time to get everyone together to pitch in and clean up is hard enough, but then finding the energy to do it can be even harder. Either way, the key to a stress-free home is almost always found in a decluttered and neat one and nobody knows that better than Brilliant Results Cleaning Service in Valparaiso!
It’s almost springtime again, which likely means your pup will be happily rolling in the fresh grass, or your cat may be out blissfully basking in the sunshine. As wonderful of a time of year as it is for your furry friends, it’s also a time when fleas and ticks begin popping up like daisies, looking for a home, a.k.a., your pet.
Need Help This Tax Season? VITA Program Through United Way of Porter County Offers Services For Those in Need
If you are in need this tax season, the IRS's VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) program is available for free to tax payers who meet a number of qualifications, which includes having an Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) of $54,000 or less.
Chesterton High School was included on the Indiana Department of Education’s 2016-2017 Four Star Schools list, which was released recently. The Four Star Schools designation is designed by the Department to recognize great schools in Indiana.
Some 150 bowlers raised nearly $14,000 recently at Stardust Bowl in Merrillville for the Franciscan Health St. Clare Health Clinic in Crown Point and the Franciscan Health Patient Assistance Fund. Shown, from left, are Sisters Aline Shultz, Marlene Shapley and Mary Joseph Watkins; and Rick Peltier, executive director of the Franciscan Health Foundation.
Key members of the StoryPoint senior living community of Chesterton, gave members of Ideas in Motion Media and Blue Sky Financial the inside scoop of their new facility on Monday afternoon.
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.
Breakfast was on everyone’s mind at the Kiwanis Pancake Day Sponsored by BucherTech in the Valparaiso High School cafeteria. The Kiwanis Club of Valparaiso is an organization that is dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time, by supporting local charities.
At the 2018 Annual Methodist Hospital Service Awards, employees were honored for their hard work and dedication, exemplifying the mission of Methodist Hospitals; Leading the way to better health. A massive 321 employees were recognized at the Avalon Manor in Merrillville on Friday evening.
Higher education is changing. Fast. From the increasing competition in the work force, to changes in enrollment types and levels, American colleges and universities are having to adapt to an increasingly diverse and rapidly evolving society. In that vein, we asked four of the prominent universities in the Region how they plan on meeting these challenges in 2018.
Throughout the next year,Valpo Parks is hosting several events focusing on S.T.E.M (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and S.T.E.A.M (Sciences, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) styles of learning. The programs are made with a focus on improving children’s comprehension on these subjects as well as introducing them to new ways of problem solving.
All across the country organizations are putting a greater focus on programs that highlight these subjects in an attempt to bridge the gender and pay gaps that women and minorities face in S.T.E.M and S.T.E.A.M fields. And with the job market in these fields growing,it remains a key to helping the next generation get on the right path to success.Read more