Let’s rally together to help support our small businesses that you would have otherwise seen at the Holiday Arts/Crafts Fair and/or the Holiday Boutique. Let’s shower them with support on SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY and SUNDAY.
Interested in participating, email Jill at firstname.lastname@example.org – open to hand-made vendors only – no home-based businesses. Or call: 836-PARK.
The State has implemented a color-coded system to inform Hoosiers about the COVID-19 Status in each county – Red, Orange, Yellow and Blue. Lake County Became Code Red on November 18th. Once a Code is declared the county cannot be changed for two weeks and can only be changed if the… Continue Reading →
Here’s the new COVID-19 Data results for Lake County Indiana. We stopped taking the time to calculate the results back in August. However, with the recent resurgence in cases, it seems we’re back with more concerns about COVID-19. Some of the Lake County cities that were spared in the beginning are now surging and the… Continue Reading →
LaPorte County Covid-19 Is Code Orange
Across the State of Indiana and LaPorte County, cases, deaths and hospitalizations from Covid-19 have reached new alarming highs in the past few days. The Governor has instituted some new restrictions that are incorporated herein and he has given discretion to local health departments to take other such actions as are necessary to address…
Effective November 14, 2020 the increase in cases has placed Porter County into the RED classification due to the current drastic increase in COVID-19 cases. The high positivity rates are over taxing the hospitals. Quick and swift measures must be taken to slow the spread and lower the COVID 19 cases. ISDH defines the RED… Continue Reading →
Window cleaning is typically a task most homeowners save for the spring and summer, but cleaning before the snowy season can be beneficial. Here are a few reasons why you should clean your windows before winter. A Clean Slate Anyone in the Midwest knows winter means a lot of ice, snow, and salt. Ice and… Continue Reading →
Even in years without a global pandemic, the untimely coincidence of the holiday season and flu season can spoil the fun and festivities you wait all year for. It’s surely happened to you before; now more than ever, don’t let it happen again. After a year like 2020, you want to finish out strong, and…
If there is a part of the country that knows winter, it’s this one. We don’t complain about our cold, snowy winters. We use them as bragging rights. (And after the polar vortex of 2018, can you blame us?) But just because we are used to the snow doesn’t mean that we are always quite… Continue Reading →
Winterizing your home may be tedious, especially in older homes. Checking the furnace and its filter, closing all your storm windows, cleaning out the gutters, and so on is a lot to remember. What happens when winter sets in, the temperature drops, and you’re getting hit with precipitation left and right? One day it’s rain… Continue Reading →