Tri-town Safety Village
CROWN POINT | Miss Cholodinski's second grade class visited the Tri-Town Safety Village in Schererville, Indiana.
Volunteers at places like the Tri-Town Safety Village make Schererville a good place to live and work.
Representatives from Enbridge and the Tri-Town Safety Village break ground Thursday for a new addition that will educate children about pipeline awareness and safe digging practices. The facility in Schererville educates children about safety issues.
Tri-Town Safety Village Executive Director Bill Jarvis talks about a new facility at the village to educate children about pipeline awareness and safe digging practices. Enbridge is partnering with the Schererville safety village for the project.
Police officers exit a mock police station Thursday at the Tri-Town Safety Village in Schererville.
SCHERERVILLE | Tri-Town Safety Village hosts a wine-tasting event from 7 to 10 p.m. Thursday at the village, 1330 Eagle Ridge Drive.
SCHERERVILLE | For the third year in a row, CN Railroad Special Agent Eric T. Graf and the Tri-Town Safety Village were honored by the Indiana Operation Lifesaver program for being the top presenter in the State of Indiana. The award was presented on March 2nd during the Annual Dinner and Aw…
SCHERERVILLE | Tri-Town Safety Village Executive Director Bill Jarvis spent a lot of time decorating for his Halloween Extravaganza and the Schererville Lions Club came in and pitched in by decorating, putting up tents, setting up games, helping get the 28 businesses on site and ready for the fun.
SCHERERVILLE | The Schererville Lions Club is accepting donations to fill holiday boxes to send to soldiers overseas.
DYER | The Tri-Town Safety Village is happy to welcome David Hein and Katie Whelan as their two newest board members representing the Town of Dyer.
SCHERERVILLE | The Tri-Town Safety Village hosts an arts, crafts and vendor show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the village, 1350 Eagle Ridge Drive in Schererville.
I hope everyone in Schererville is ready for a very busy summer.
SCHERERVILLE | Tri-Town Safety Village and Special Agent Eric T. Graf, an instructor at the village, were honored at the recent Indiana Operation Lifesaver Annual Dinner and Awards Banquet in Indianapolis.
Clocks have moved forward. There's more sunlight peaking through. Nancy Laskarin, from Schererville's International Market, is calling vendors. The White Sox are getting ready for opening day. We are welcoming spring and putting another Northwest Indiana winter in the past.
SCHERERVILLE | Pennies add up.
Peifer Elementary School first-graders admire a trophy presented to them by Tri-Town Safety Village Director Bill Jarvis to thank them for collecting the most money for the Safety Village's educational programs in a Penny Wars fundraiser at the school in Schererville.
Schererville Fire Chief Joe Kruzan, from left, Schererville Police Chief Dan Smith, Tri-Town Safety Village Executive Director Bill Jarvis and Canadian National Railway Special Agent Eric Graf present a trophy to Peifer Elementary School kindergartners to thank them for collecting the most m…
There is a tree on the corner of Austin and Wilhelm streets whose leaves are the first to change color each fall. This is my signal to buy mums, stock up on Halloween candy and find my winter throws.
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