More than 40 small businesses will sell their wares at the festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dennis F. Smith Amphitheater on Truesdell Ave in Fox Park, the 100-acre wooded park on Clear Lake off Truesdale Avenue. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Boys & Girls Club of LaPorte County,
The federal Office of Management and Budget recently backed off a proposal to set 100,000 as the minimum population needed to qualify for the metropolitan designation, instead of 50,000 residents.
Senior centers are evaluating which popular social activities to bring back now that many have re-opened. There’s no doubt the interest is there, directors say.
Indiana's oldest county fair opens Saturday at the LaPorte County Fairgrounds.
An administrator from LaPorte Community School Corporation was awarded for his creativity and resourcefulness in helping the district find additional space for new programming.
A LaPorte-based startup that seeks to help people recover from substance abuse has landed venture capital funding.
The LaPorte Fourth of July parade will be a homecoming for a driver of the famous Budweiser Clydesdales.
Michael Christianson, 51, of LaPorte, admitted he authored, in the summer of 2019, three books containing dozens of photos of naked children.
The Michigan City man had to be extricated from his vehicle and was pronounced dead before being taken from the scene.
New traffic signal poles taller and larger in diameter than the existing ones are being installed.
Charlie Finley is back in spirit, with a bridge named after him close to where he lived outside LaPorte.
Those who are sensitive to changes in air quality could experience some health effects on days the ozone levels are high.
Nearly 80 years later, the remains of two LaPorte brothers killed in the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor have been identified.
The parade canceled in 2020 by COVID-19 will resume this year with the Kiwanis Club of LaPorte hosting one of the largest Independence Day parades in the state.
The Trojans blanked Wheeler 5-0 Friday to win their first sectional since 2015.
Gyle Delrio, 41, was found guilty of level 3 felony aggravated battery and level 5 felony involuntary manslaughter by a LaPorte Circuit Court jury after more than three hours of deliberating.