LAPORTE | The once white and green barn with an uncertain future is back to its glory days in welcoming motorists into LaPorte for generations to come.
PORTAGE | The Portage Fire Department is investigating a Tuesday night fire that destroyed a 150-year-old barn.
WASHINGTON TWP. | A Washington Township barn was destroyed and several chickens were killed in a fire Saturday.
Pictured is The MegaBeatles jam from a past Beatles at the Barn event.
LAPORTE | The first steps have been taken toward restoring a historic barn near the entrance to the city of LaPorte.
MORGAN TOWNSHIP | Smiles and tears, and dozens of onlookers, greeted an old barn as it was moved Thursday to its new home in rural Porter County.
The Maxwell barn is moved onto a new location along Ind. 49 in Morgan Township on Thursday.
Morgan Township resident Mark Maxwell and his son Kaden, 4, sit in a doorway of their old family barn Thursday while it is moved to a new property along Ind. 49.
Dillabaugh employee Steve Grugel, right, checks the underside of a barn being moved onto its new property nearly a mile south of Division Road in Morgan Township. The move of the large barn required NIPSCO to disconnect power lines along the route.
A 35-foot-tall barn is moved under power lines Thursday along Ind. 49 in Morgan Township. The barn was built in the 1930s and was moved to its new location south of Division Road to preserve it on a more stable property.
Deb Maxwell, of New Jersey, talks about her family barn being moved south along Ind. 49 in Morgan Township to a different property. The move required NIPSCO to disconnect power in order to get the barn under lines.
A 56-foot-long-by-36-foot-wide barn is moved onto a new location along Ind. 49 in Morgan Township. The barn was built in the 1930s and owner Deb Maxwell wanted to preserve the barn farther away from the busy intersection of Division Road and Ind. 49.
Alexandra and Sam Foster, Millburg, Michigan
Corinne and Jae Billingsley, Watervliet, Michigan
A Schererville Fire Department ladder truck sprays water on the smoldering remnants of a horse barn at 8113 Cline Ave. a day after a July 7 fire destroyed the structure. Town zoning officials gave preliminary approval Monday to rebuild the horse farm.
Flowering foliage and quaint structures are among the highlights of the beautiful 25-acre landscape of the recently acquired Brincka-Cross Gardens in Porter County, now being groomed by the Porter County Parks and Recreation Department.
A Schererville firefighter sprays water near a smoldering car Friday morning where an intense blaze destroyed a massive horse barn.
Horses stand in a pen Friday near a burnt-out silo and barn at 8113 Cline Ave. in Schererville. A fire the night before tore through a massive barn, causing damage estimated at more than $1 million. But all 40 horses stabled there survived.
Schererville firefighters walk through the rubble of horse barn destroyed by fire July 7. Town zoning officials gave preliminary approval Monday to a plan to rebuild.
Firefighters from several departments spent hours battling a blaze near Cline Avenue south of Rohrman Road in Schererville.
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