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La Porte Activity Center for Older Adults to host series of free health education classes for members

The Activity Center for Older Adults has partnered with REAL Services to host a series of free health education classes for members. Beginning April 24, join them from 10 a.m.-noon Wednesdays for A Matter of Balance course. For additional information or to register, please call the ACOA at 219-326-5354. More information can also be found on the City of La

April 12th, 2024|Local News|

Michigan City Police Department participating in Drug Take Back

The Michigan City Police Department will be partnering with the Drug Enforcement Agency for their 26th "Prescription Drug Take Back." The department will be "Taking Back" any expired, unused, or unwanted prescription drugs on April 27 between 10 a.m.-2 p.m. This program is for pills only, and the department will not accept any liquids, needles, or any sharps of any

April 12th, 2024|Local News|

Franciscan Health Michigan City to conduct perinatal loss memorial service

Press Release, Franciscan Health: Franciscan Health Michigan City is offering comfort and support to families who have suffered the loss of a pregnancy or newborn with a memorial service. Remembering Our Babies will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 27 at St. Stanislaus Catholic Cemetery, 1015 Greenwood Ave. in Michigan City. Franciscan Health Michigan City conducts perinatal memorial services

April 12th, 2024|Local News|

Indiana Launches New Tools to Understand and Support Kindergarten Readiness

Press Release, Indiana Department of Education: The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) presented to the State Board of Education a new system of measuring and supporting kindergarten readiness. These new tools will help provide educators with actionable data in order to differentiate instruction and provide targeted support in the early childhood setting, as well as inform families about their child’s

April 12th, 2024|Local News|

Holcomb awards READI 2.0 funding for communities around the state

Governor Eric Holcomb announced plans to award $500 million to 15 regions representing all 92 counties to support quality of place and quality of life initiatives statewide. The funding, made available through the expansion of the Indiana Regional Acceleration and Development Initiative (READI), was approved Thursday by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) board of directors at a special session

April 12th, 2024|Local News|
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