Valparaiso Indiana Extends Covid Restrictions

     The City of Valparaiso is extending the mask requirement and COVID social-distancing guidelines for City buildings, services and meetings, announced Mayor Matt Murphy. “To get us to the finish line, the City of Valparaiso supports Porter County Health Department guidelines of continued vigilance,” said Mayor Matt Murphy.      The Porter County Health…

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LaPorte County Spring Barn Shop Hop

The 6th Annual LaPorte County Spring Barn/Shop Hop will be held on Friday, Friday, May 7, 2021 thru Sunday, May 9th, 2021 from 10:00AM – 4:00PM. Tour 4 unique area LaPorte County shops offering antiques, folk art, handcrafts, salvage, re-purposed, vintage, primitives, furniture, yard art and more. Map available. Visit all 6 shops and enter…

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Small Ways To Make Your Bedroom More Cozy

Small Ways To Make Your Bedroom More Cozy

Are you considering redecorating your bedroom into something more tranquil and inviting? Check out these small ways to make your bedroom more cozy.

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How To Not Get Lost on a Road Trip

How To Not Get Lost on a Road Trip

In the age of apps, it seems impossible for anyone to get lost. But with service not being the same everywhere, there’s always a chance of realizing you don’t know where the heck you are without any cell signal. Don’t fret—it’s an easily fixed situation with a little preparation and communication. Here’s how to not…

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Nwi Symphony Orchestra Announces 3 Concerts

String Quartet Concert: April 9th,  IN-PERSON: $30 Seating is: Limited Capacity, Socially Distanced, General Admission. Masks will be required at all times while in the building and for the duration of the performance. Temperatures will be taken upon entry.­ In-person attendees will receive a private link to a recording of the concert after April 19, that will be available…

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The Best Ways To Get Rid of Your Clothing

The Best Ways To Get Rid of Your Clothing

Looking for a way to clear your mind? Start with your closet. Explore the best ways to get rid of your unwanted clothing and how it can impact you.

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Gary Indiana Opens Mass Vaccination Site

On Monday, March 29th, 2021, Governor Holcomb, in partnership with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), announced the opening of an eight-week mass vaccination clinic in Gary. The clinic will run from April 7 to June 2 at the former Roosevelt High School, and will be capable of administering 3,000 COVID-19 vaccines per day. The…

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Bishop Noll receives 10 Music Gold Medals – Makes History

Bishop Noll Institute’s band recently made history at the Indiana State School Music Association (ISSMA) competition. All competitors from Bishop Noll scored gold medals for the first time in school history. Students Nyree Ruiz, of Hammond; Rebecca Carlos, of Hammond; Hanna Abuzead, of Hammond; Arianna Magallanes, of Hammond; Alessandra Lopez, of Hammond; Abigail Wojtaszek, of…

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Backyarding Is The New Trend for 2021

     “Backyarding,” the new trend to move many indoor activities–from working in an office or classroom to dining and recreation–to the great outdoors, is growing. Under pandemic conditions, yards and other managed landscapes became a safe haven for social gatherings, celebrating milestones/holidays, working, studying, playing, exercising, relaxing.        Here are some ways…

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Steps to Prepare Your Gym for Reopening

Steps to Prepare Your Gym for Reopening

With the development of a vaccine, the end of the pandemic seems like it’s on the horizon. Here are several steps to prepare your gym for reopening.

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