The incident is currently under investigation by the Porter County Sheriff's Department.
Firefighters worked to contain the fire, which was spreading from the garage to a house.
The blaze caused extensive damage to the rear of the house, but there were no injuries to residents or first responders.
The county’s Department of Storm Water Management, which is overseeing the project, had planned to reline the storm sewers in the area.
SOUTH HAVEN — Residents here looking for a new book to read don’t have to go any further than Haven Hollow Park, 330 West 700 North, thanks to…
SOUTH HAVEN — Jeremiah “Jay” Dawson thought someone was in trouble when he saw a parade of firetrucks round the corner near his home.
SOUTH HAVEN — With drier weather, Porter County's stormwater project in South Haven has made significant progress, according to the county engineer.
Despite wet and rainy weather, progress continues on Porter County's South Haven sewer project.
VALPARAISO — Poorly made private infrastructure is to blame for a water main bursting at an apartment complex in South Haven, according to a c…
SOUTH HAVEN – Residents in the Anderson Crossings Apartment Community have been relocated from their homes after a water main burst.
If you own property in an unincorporated part of Indiana, you may have noticed an unfamiliar name on your property tax bills.
SOUTH HAVEN — Almost 300 tons of decades-old debris may be part of the cause of the flooding plaguing unincorporated South Haven in Porter County.
The only supermarket in the unincorporated town of South Haven in Porter County is slated to close next month.
VALPARAISO — Browse thousands of adult and youth books, books on tape, antique books, and VHS/DVDs at the Friends Book Sale March 29 through A…
Lake Area United Way held its annual Partner Appreciation Luncheon on Thursday, February 23rd. The luncheon celebrates the businesses, nonprof…
VALPARAISO — Cameron Tharp was named the 2017 Porter County Boys & Girls Clubs Youth of the Year during a recognition program at Valparais…
Spots still available for spring Master Recycler program