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MICHIGAN CITY | This year's Great Lakes Grand Prix in Michigan City set records for attendance and economic impact
INDIANAPOLIS | A six-year battle over a website address between a LaPorte resort and the LaPorte County Convention and Visitors Bureau appears headed for the Indiana Supreme Court.
LAPORTE | The amount of money this year's Maple City Grand Prix rained down on LaPorte was up 50 percent over 2013.
MICHIGAN CITY | Amy Gentry and Justin Reisetter walked away winners Thursday just 15 months after first opening the doors of their brewpub in Chesterton.
MICHIGAN CITY | Mary Carr has been a familiar, friendly face to many of Michigan City’s service clubs for years, happily serving lunches all over town on behalf of Great Lakes Catering. This week the long-time employee of Great Lakes was rewarded for her exception service with the monthly R.…
MICHIGAN CITY | Kayle Maffei might just be the youngest person ever to be given Visit Michigan City LaPorte’s R.O.S.E. Award.
MICHIGAN CITY | The executive director of the Indiana Office of Tourism Development will be the guest speaker at the May 9 ROSE Awards luncheon for Porter and LaPorte counties at 11:30 a.m. May 9 at Blue Chip Casino.
LAPORTE/MICHIGAN CITY | Despite being America's worst economic year since the Great Depression, 2011 saw Visit Michigan City LaPorte bring several significant projects to the point of announcement.
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