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Michigan City Police Department announce Community Connections for March

The Michigan City Police Department's Community Connections for March will include the following: Chatting with the Chiefs on Thursday, March 7th, 2024 from 8:15-8:45 am on 95.1 FM/AM 1420 WIMS with the Division of Professional Standards being the focal point of the conversation. Coffee with the Chiefs on Monday, March 11th, 2024 from 8:00-9:00 a.m. at McDonalds, located at 2404

March 3rd, 2024|Local News|

South Shore Line (NICTD) Double Track NWI Project construction update

NICTD says the South Shore Line Double Track Northwest Indiana Project is nearing completion. They will announce the date for resumption of train service between Dune Park and Gary in coming weeks. Test Trains are running as part of their final commissioning and testing. NICTD is informing the public to be prepared for trains on any track, at any time,

March 2nd, 2024|Local News|

Indiana Education Scholarship Account: Application period now open

Now through Sept. 1, 2024, Hoosier parents of children with disabilities can apply for the Indiana Education Scholarship Account for the 2024-2025 school year. More than 180,000 Hoosier students in Indiana navigate life with disabilities, and many are potentially eligible for funding to help customize their education to meet their individual needs. “Having walked this journey with my own family,

March 2nd, 2024|Local News|

MCAS launches Kindergarten Roundup

Michigan City Area Schools is ready to welcome the Class of 2037! Kindergarten enrollment is now open online for the 2024-25 school year. Kindergarten students must be 5 years old by August 1, 2024. Parents and guardians can visit www.EducateMC.net/kindergarten to begin the enrollment process. Once basic information about the student is received by MCAS, parents will be provided with

March 2nd, 2024|Local News|

City Students Place 2nd in Statewide Japanese Olympiad

Michigan City High School students Lorenzo Panozzo and Alejandro Aguirre placed 2nd in the state at the Japanese Olympiad held on February 25 at Ball State University. This duo competed at Level 4, the division for students in their fourth year of Japanese.

“While Lorenzo competed last year, Alejandro made a brave rookie appearance at the Japanese Olympiad this year and

March 2nd, 2024|Local News|
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