Dogs are (arguably) one of the best things on planet Earth. When my fiancee and I decided it was time to welcome a new dog into our lives and inject some much-needed energy into our senior dog, Spanky’s life, we began looking at local rescues.
St. John Chamber of Commerce, Tri-Town Rotary Host Fun and Delicious 14th Corn Roast to Benefit Organizations and Community
The St. John Chamber of Commerce and Tri-Town Rotary hosted their 14th Annual Corn Roast on Friday. Local businesses, officials, and locals came together to serve tons of corn and entertain St. John residents who braved the heat on a night where all proceeds went back to the community.
Friday afternoon, the Symphony of Chesterton invited residents and the families to celebrate the arts with an underwater sea-bash at the facility. It was a day full of painting, cookies, cupcake making, and enjoying a family- and fish-friendly film!
The role of a dad in the average family has changed a lot since the days of my own father, and I would argue it has changed for the better. In a world where technological breakthroughs and their impacts can be sudden and far reaching and societal attitudes have changed greatly, it’s no surprise that the role has changed along with the times.
NorthShore Health Centers continued their National Health Centers Week celebrations on Thursday, throwing a huge bash called the “Patient Appreciation Health and Fun Fair” at their Portage Scottsdale location.
Kids have an insatiable sense of adventure and boundless energy to back it up. As a parent, the struggle comes when trying to find ways to keep that energy from destroying the home you live in! If you’ve got a little one, you understand the need to escape the house and explore the town a bit.
Mike and Danielle Kubiak, of St. John, embrace after renewing their marriage vows in early August in Mike’s hospital room at Franciscan Health Dyer, prior to him receiving successful open heart surgery the next week. The ceremony, attended by family and hospital staff members, was performed by the Rev. Tim McFarland, a hospital chaplain.
If you’re like me and have a kid with an appetite for wonder, an insatiable curiosity and boundless energy, you’ve found yourself looking for things to do in the area to keep the both of you entertained and, more importantly, sane. Personally, I moved back to Valpo in 2014 with my family from the wintry urban metropolis of Montreal, Canada after five years away from Northwest Indiana. When my wife and I moved back down with our young daughter, we wanted to put down roots and really take advantage of the ever-growing and changing town of Valparaiso and the region of Northwest Indiana and see what they had to offer. We have a dog as well, half Pomeranian and Cocker Spaniel, with no limit to his energy either, so it was clear we had to find some active and interesting activities to keep us all healthy and...
Dyer Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Dyer PD, and More Bring Community and Fun Together at National Night Out
Tuesday night, Dyer and Munster joined cities all across the country in hosting a National Night Out, where local police joined with local businesses and nonprofits such as Dyer Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for a night of food, fun, and education. Residents and police mingled as they explored the numerous booths and stands that filled the park.
A little slice of Paradise was brought to the Spring Mill Health Campus in Merrillville Wednesday afternoon when the center brought their “Party In Paradise” celebration to the community and their residents.
Children often learn and communicate best through play-based activities. All of the equipment and toys at Jacob’s Ladder has a therapeutic purpose. For example: