Rittenhouse Senior Living
Rittenhouse Senior Living resident Bruce Lambert, right, talks to Portage County Sheriff's Deputy Tim Bell, left, during the assisted living home's Heroes Barbecue in Valparaiso. Also at the event were members of the Valparaiso Fire Department.
Rittenhouse Senior Living food services Director Jo Ann Quade cooks for the assisted living home's Heroes Barbecue.
VALPARAISO | About 15 people attended Wednesday's meeting on the five-points roundabout with objections from only a couple of residents about it causing difficulty making left turns into businesses without the traffic signals creating breaks.
PORTAGE | Rittenhouse Senior Living, 6235 Sterling Creek Road, is hosting the following events.
VALPARAISO | Rittenhouse Senior Living won Top Chef honors for the second year in a row at Prompt Ambulance Service's fourth annual Taste of Care event held last week. Guests at the event, held at Opportunity Enterprises, sampled a variety of treats from senior living facilites in Porter Cou…
CHESTERTON | Centennial Park was home to the best chili the town has to offer Saturday as part of an annual contest hosted by the Duneland/Chesterton Chamber of Commerce.
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