Seven years ago at the age of 16, Dylan Ferguson was hit by a car while driving his moped. This terrible accident left him a C2 quadriplegic and changed his life forever. Growing up, Dylan always wanted to be a firefighter and, over the last several months, his story reached more and more people throughout the internet and social media.
Residences at Deer Creek is a relatively new senior living facility in Schererville that is a cut above the rest when it comes to the combination of modern lifestyle amenities, a keen focus on economic value, and in attracting the best staff to serve their residents.
Strack and Van Til, Ultra Foods, and Town and Country Market recently ran a special promotion offering stamps given via grocery purchases that shoppers could trade in for sought after Rachael Ray™ dinnerware.
First Trust Credit Union is proud to have awarded five $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors at high schools in Porter, La Porte and Jasper Counties, at their individual school award banquets. The First Trust Bachelor’s Degree Scholarships winners were chosen based on their enrollment in an accredited institution for post high school education or training, scholastic achievement, involvement in high school and community activities, essay and a letter of recommendation from a teacher.
The Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation recently gave a grant valued at $29,682 to the Valparaiso Fire Department to purchase a Lucas Chest Compression System designed to help improve outcomes of sudden cardiac arrest victims and improve operations for medical responders.
Overhead Door of Northwest Indiana paid it forward today, presenting a check from the money earned at their annual Backyard Bash to local pet adoption facility, Lakeshore PAWS.
Boulder Bay Realty Group specializes in Northwest Indiana Real Estate. They have passion for excellence which they want to deliver to you. Their commitment is to show you how they have earned the reputation as the most trustworthy real estate team in Northwest Indiana.
It seemed fitting that the phrase “Give. Lead. Make a difference.” was written on the wall behind Joseph and Amelia Kowalisyn as they spoke about Emma’s Footprints, a nonprofit organization they created in honor of their daughter Emma.
NorthShore Health Centers Celebrate Third Annual Health and Resource Fair at US Steel Yard Stadium – Home of the Gary SouthShore Railcats
The Gary SouthShore Railcats hosted the Sioux City Explorers for an exciting afternoon of baseball, joined by some of the health team from NorthShore Health Centers, as they presented their third annual Health and Resource Fair, to coincide with the kickoff of National Mens’ Health Week.