The City of La Porte will be hosting 3 days of the world’s fastest tunnel boat racing on Stone Lake again for the 4th year in a row at the Maple City Grand Prix. This year’s Grand Prix will once again kick off the USF1 series as the season opening race.
It's not often that you can work at a place where every day brings the pleasing satisfaction of nostalgia and fun for both employees and the clients they serve. For Zao Island Director of Sales, Debbie Ogden, this happens every day and she couldn't be happier.
The Ideas in Motion Media "All About the Girls Part 2" event returned to the Region at Sand Creek Country Club, and with attendance more than doubling from the inaugural event in 2015, it seems that this event hit a chord that resonated with the women of Northwest Indiana.
If you haven’t been to Zao Island lately, then you need to go back because there is a ton of new and awesome things going on there. The Wright family has been putting a lot of time and thought into the new and expanded attractions at Zao.
Commencement is a momentous occasion, representing the culmination of years of hard work and diligence. It is a time of joy, of tears, of transformation. This year, that transformation was not only evident in the awarding of degrees to the 983 graduates who were to be recognized at the Commencement Exercises, but also represents a transformation for the college itself: this will be the last graduation class of Purdue University Calumet. This fall, PUC will join with Purdue University North. The new college will be called Purdue University Northwest.
The Hammond Civic Center was fiesta central Thursday evening, as it was time for the 12th annual Cinco De Mayo festival.
The Backyard Bash is returning to 1272 Horse Prairie Avenue on May 26 from 5:00-8:00 PM. This year, the teams at Overhead Door of Northwest Indiana, Hines Plumbing, and The Mop Squad are doing a little good while having a good time in the process.
The annual Visiting Nurse Association Stroll for Hospice kicked off the month of May and the whole community was invited to come and take part in the festivities. Over 200 walkers showed up to walk in the memory of a lost loved one and to give support to the VNA so that the nonprofit can further its mission of providing aging, palliative, hospice and grief support services in the Region.