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What to Know Before Buying a Used Car

What to Know Before Buying a Used Car

Purchasing a used car can be a great way to save money and get a good deal on a vehicle. However, there are also a few risks with buying a new car. Because you don’t know the vehicle’s entire history, you may run into some unforeseen issues if you don’t prepare properly and do your…

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Donate Masks & Personal Protection Equipment for #NwIndiana

     Perhaps now that your business is closed, you might have time to go in the “back” and dig out those industrial masks that you never use, or those old Safety Gloves, or Safety Glasses/Masks — even painter’s outfits.      Perhaps, now that your stuck at home, you have the time to sew…

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Local Breweries Help By Making Hand Sanitizer

     On Thursday, March 19, Michigan’s Governor Gretchen Whitmer joined with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) in paving the way for licensed distilleries to produce ethanol-based hand sanitizer. Journeyman Distillery started bottling sanitizer that same day. “There was no question about what we would do,” said Journeyman founder, Bill Welter.     …

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Event Marketing Offered by PanoramaNOW News

     Panoramanow Entertainment News is changing the way they process events in 2020 to make it more beneficial to Business Clients that have a lot of events a year.      With this new Event Marketing Program, you can upgrade your small (or large) business to get more exposure through Print, Website and Social Media. (75,000 Combined…

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The Benefits of Having a Side Hustle Job

The Benefits of Having a Side Hustle Job

The cost of living continues to rise, which can make it more difficult to stay on time with monthly payments. A great way to overcome this is to take on a side hustle. It may not seem like a big difference, a couple extra hours of work each week can go a long way. Check…

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How to Keep Your Privacy & Finances Safe in 2020

     As the new year begins, it’s an important time to think about simple changes we can make to ensure that this new year is better than the last. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) serving Central Indiana offers 10 New Year’s resolutions to help you avoid scams, prevent identity theft and be a smarter…

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BBB Black Friday Tips and Advice

     According to a recent survey by Google & Ipsos, 75% of shoppers will be looking to do holiday shopping around Black Friday, and 18% will be doing most of their shopping between Black Friday and Cyber Monday. If you fall into those categories, the time leading up to the holidays might be stressful…

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Krystina Coyne Named Managing Director at CTG

     After an extensive search, Chicago Street Theatre is proud to announce their new Managing Director, Krystina Coyne.      Krystina Coyne graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Theatre from Illinois State University. She has worked closely with the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, spending two seasons in audience services and graduating into managing group…

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Valparaiso Partners With South Shore Trains

     The  City of Valparaiso and the South Shore Line (SSL) have partnered to further connect public transportation in the City of Valparaiso. Starting August 1 the City of Valparaiso will be operating a new weekday shuttle. Try out the new service for FREE August 1 through October 31. Regular fare rates will apply…

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Kesling Park Rebuilds Fort La Play Porte

La Porte residents are able to enjoy the redesigned Fort La Play Porte playground at Kesling Park with a successful crowdfunding campaign launched today. The campaign was sponsored by the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) and offered through the crowdfunding platform developed by Patronicity. The campaign was led by LaPorte Parks and Recreation. “Unfortunately,…

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