VALPARAISO | The departure of Porter hospital from Valparaiso has created a different kind of parking problem. Not for cars, but for emergency medical helicopters.
Christmas carols can help your holiday mood, unless your office Muzak station just played "Feliz Navidad" for the 912th time in the past two hours. In that case, I understand if you are looking forward to reindeer steaks on Christmas Day.
More real than any reality show ever seen on TV before: it's Porter County Government on Parade.
VALPARAISO | With the loss of a major revenue source and an estimated $600,000 in added employee health insurance costs, the city's Utilities Board is expected to seek rate increases for both sewer and water in 2013.
Andrea Cummings of the Centurian Service Group in Chicago helped Brandon Miller, of Wheatfield, check out his items Saturday at the old Porter hospital's liquidation sale in Valparaiso.
People filled the halls of the old Porter hospital on Saturday for the hospital's liquidation sale. Some of the items sold at the sale were refrigerators, file cabinets, furniture and computer gear.
Andrea Piecuch and grandson Rog Piecuch found items at the Porter hospital liquidation sale on Saturday in Valparaiso. The sale continues today.
VALPARAISO | A two-day public sale is scheduled to liquidate thousands of non-medical items from the former Porter Hospital in Valparaiso, IN. Everything must go due to their relocation, including furniture, file cabinets, office chairs, recliners, sleeper sofas, kitchen equipment, refrigera…
Attorney Jon Schmaltz became a partner of the Valparaiso law firm Burke Costanza & Carberry LLP in 2006 when he was only 32. He grew up in Michigan City and earned his undergraduate degree at Purdue University in 1996 before attending the Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis.…
KOUTS | The Town Council's latest dispute with the Porter County 911 system is all resolved, and the agreement to install the new equipment on Kouts' water tower was approved at Monday's meeting.
Director of Cardiology for Porter Regional Hospital, Mark Kime’s interest in his field began decades ago.
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP | The sign is lit and the doors are open at the new Porter Regional Hospital, 85 E. U.S. 6.
Prompt Ambulance Service employees Tim Karagias, a field supervisor, and Shannon Gollnick, operations manager, prepare oxygen tanks Friday in advance of Saturday's hospital move.
VALPARAISO | At 6 a.m. Saturday, the doors to the 73-year-old Porter hospital at 814 LaPorte Ave. will close to new patients, beginning a move of its staff and patients nearly eight miles to Porter Regional Hospital.
After a tour of the spiffy new Porter hospital, a visitor can't help but react with jaw-dropping amazement and say, "What do you mean no doughnuts in the coffee shop!"
VALPARAISO | From transporting patients to restricting roads, more than a dozen agencies will have a hand Saturday in the move from Porter hospital to the new Porter Regional Hospital, about 8 miles away.
VALPARAISO | Vehicular traffic will be restricted Saturday morning into early afternoon in the area surrounding Porter hospital, as the hospital closes that site and opens a new location.
Ken Sliger, who works in environmental services at Porter hospital, looks at names and messages Thursday on a wall in the hospital. Staff and community were invited to sign a wall of the old Porter hospital as part of the Seven Decades of Caring celebration through Saturday.
Notes and signatures adorn a wall in Porter hospital in Valparaiso as part of the Seven Decades of Caring campaign. The hospital will be closed, and patients will be transferred to the new facility Aug 25.
Porter Memorial Hospital CEO Jonathan Nalli is reflected in a marquis Thursday as he talks about the wall where members of the community and staff of Porter hospital have been invited to sign as part of the Seven Decades of Caring campaign. The old hospital will be closed and patients will b…
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