Local communities are offering warming centers due to the excessive cold temperatures. Be sure to call beforehand to ensure the warming centers are open.
MICHIGAN CITY | With an extended period of extreme heat and humidity expected to envelope the area by the middle of the week, Mayor Meer would like the citizens of Michigan City to know that several cooling centers will be open.
Local communities are offering cooling centers due to the excessive heat.
VALPARAISO | The following Cooling Centers are available when the heat index exceeds 100 degrees for consecutive days.
GARY | In collaboration with Gary and NIPSCO, the Gary Community School Corp. is providing additional cooling centers to support Gary families who have been affected by power outages.
Georgia McClellan's Merrillville home was warm Wednesday afternoon because it had been without power since early Tuesday, but her attitude stayed cool.
GARY | The Gary Community School Corp. is providing extra cooling centers to support Gary families who have been affected by power outages.
EAST CHICAGO | The Heritage Hall Community Center, 4506 Tod Ave., will be open from 4 p.m. to 7 a.m. as a cooling shelter through Saturday.
Crown Point, Gary, Hammond and Merrillville have designated cooling centers because temperatures are expected to stay in the high 90s through Wednesday.
Hammond and Gary have designated cooling centers because temperatures are expected to stay in the high 90s through Wednesday.
Find the a designated cooling center near you. (Email email@example.com to notify us of new cooling centers.)
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