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Downtown Highland’s Monthly Restaurant Crawl

     During the coronavirus pandemic after the state shuttered their dining rooms it’s been a challenging time for restaurants.      The Highland Redevelopment Commission and the Highland Main Street Association is “cooking up” a monthly restaurant crawl on the Last Tuesday of every month.      Starting on September 29th at 5 p.m.…

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Indiana Dunes Movie Premieres In Valparaiso

     Indiana Dunes Tourism, in partnership with the National Park Service and Smith Donovan, is celebrating the new film at a nature-themed outdoor movie night fundraiser at the 49er Drive-In on October 8, 2020.      The premiere of the new Indiana Dunes National Park documentary film, Indiana Dunes: Nature’s Masterpiece takes place on…

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Factors That Impact the Value of a Used Car

Factors That Impact the Value of a Used Car

Whether you’re thinking of purchasing a used car or selling your old model, it’s important to have a good understanding of the vehicle’s value. Unlike a brand-new vehicle, determining the value of a used car isn’t as simple as looking up the current selling price. Instead, there are several factors that you will need to…

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End-of-Summer Car Maintenance Checklist

End-of-Summer Car Maintenance Checklist

The summer weather is finally cooling down as we transition to fall. With the extreme heat and the severe storms this summer brought to the Midwest, your car took a beating. Whether it has been taking you to work every day or to quick grocery trips after a day of work-from-home, it’s time to run…

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Financial Tips

       Establishing a positive relationship with money takes time and patients. People should take small steps to build healthy actions and responsible choices concerning personal money management. Here are a few tips to help out families, individuals and seniors alike. 3 Bad Driving Habits That Cost You Money There are a lot of…

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Essential Work Out Equipment for Cold Weather

Essential Work Out Equipment for Cold Weather

As the days get colder and the nights get longer, getting outside and working out can seem like a Herculean task. Only the most dedicated of us can still tie up their running shoes and hit the pavement or gym. If you are going to do any sort of workout outside, you’re going to need…

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3 Bad Driving Habits That Cost You Money

3 Bad Driving Habits That Cost You Money

There are a lot of ways poor driving can damage your wallet. From paying off tickets to taking your car into the shop sooner than you anticipated, bad driving can deal a serious blow to your finances—especially if the habit persists over time. Some of these habits are more obvious than others. It’s important to…

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Historic Barker Mansion Blackout Tours for Halloween

Discover the untold, spooky side of Michigan City history. You’ll be surrounded by darkness as you tour the mansion with a guide; there’ll be tea lights to illuminate your path. During this eerie evening, we’ll tell little-known stories of our city’s creepy past and relate never-before told stories about the mansion. The ghost of Diana…

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Gary Steelyard Opens Up For a Weekend of GOLF!

        Join the Railcats at the ballpark October 8th – 10th at The Greens at The Steel Yard presented by Xfinity, a brand new, unique, and socially distanced chipping range inside the stadium that anyone can play.       This outdoor experience includes separate hitting bays for each party, greens in the outfield, food, beverages,…

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Items You Didn’t Know You Should Recycle

Items You Didn’t Know You Should Recycle

We all want to help out our planet and we all know it needs to be done. In addition to using your car less, turning your lights off, and reusing plastic, there are plenty of things that we know to recycle rather than waste in a garbage can. Anything we can do to keep landfills…

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