Porter Regional Hospital CEO Steve Lunn, left watches as Jerry Scott, engineer for PRC raises a Donate Life flag Tuesday in observance of National Donate Life Month this April during a ceremony at the hospital.
Porter Regional Hospital CEO Steve Lunn, left watches as Jerry Scott, engineer for the hospital, raises a Donate Life flag Tuesday in observance of National Donate Life Month during a ceremony at the hospital.
Porter Regional Hospital's CEO Steve Lunn reads the Donate Life Proclamation Tuesday during a ceremony at the hospital in observance of National Donate Life Month.
Rhonda Berger, of Winamac, holds a picture of her daughter, Jennifer Spurgeon, who was an organ donor. Jennifer Spurgeon died in an apartment fire in 2009.
PORTAGE | A Hobart man was injured early Monday after losing control of his pickup truck on eastbound Interstate 94 and rolling the vehicle over a concrete barrier wall, police said.
If you had won Tuesday's $400 million Mega Millions jackpot, how long would it take you to decide what to do with that money? I'm guessing it would take you a lot less time than for Porter County officials to reach a decision on the $140 million jackpot they received when they sold Porter Ho…
For most people slogging along an economic landscape wrought with tar pits, a healthy cash windfall would be welcomed with cheers, not apprehension.
Our family is thankful for how quickly my dad has been on the mend after his total knee replacement surgery last week.
Since the earliest days of summer, my dad has been combating a pesky left knee that hasn't wanted to cooperate with his busy and active lifestyle on our farm.
The Porter County Council agreed last week to spend $1.1 million in interest from the county's nest egg to fund equipment and software upgrades for the E-911 system. That's understandable.
Porter County economic development advisers — the "jobs Cabinet" — released their report last December, but there has been no action on it.
VALPARAISO | The expected revenue from Valparaiso's tax increment financing districts is going to be more than last year, but city officials are trying not to be too optimistic about the total.
VALPARAISO | Porter Regional Hospital agreed Friday to turn over documents said to be needed to complete an assessment of the site for tax purposes. The agreement brought a surprise end to a lawsuit filed by the Porter County assessor.
VALPARAISO | With the Chautauqua Park stormwater project about 50 percent complete and the five-points roundabout about a quarter done, the city's Utilities Board is ready to embark on a couple more projects.
Porter County Commissioner John Evans' idea of putting some of the county's hospital money in an endowment is worth exploring, but not at the expense of the original agreement.
PORTAGE | The Fire Department, with support from Portage Firefighters Local 3151, Portage Kiwanis and Porter Regional Hospital will host a bicycle safety day to promote bicycle and general safety from 9 a.m. to noon June 29 at the east parking lot of Willowcreek Middle School, 5962 Central Ave.
Demolition has begun on the old Porter Hospital in Valparaiso.
A work crew begins knocking down the main entrance of the old Porter Hospital on Thursday.
Demolition has begun on the old Porter Hospital.
VALPARAISO | The departure of Porter hospital from Valparaiso has created a different kind of parking problem. Not for cars, but for emergency medical helicopters.
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