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MICHIGAN CITY — For 23 years, Evergreen Furniture has been serving the area with fine furniture from the largest furniture showcase in Michigan City.

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MICHIGAN CITY — “All things vintage.”

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MICHIGAN CITY — When it comes to the scoop on product knowledge, long-term customer relationships and expert craftsmanship, owners John and Suzie LaRocco have it covered.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Responding to the market, fulfilling customers’ needs and evolving with the times just comes naturally to this business after four decades.

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MICHIGAN CITY — “It’s a great mixture between breakfast, lunch and dinner.”

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MICHIGAN CITY — As one of the oldest restaurants in Michigan City, and celebrating a 25th anniversary, Holly’s Restaurant and Pub knows a thing or two about surviving — and thriving — in a city with plenty of dining choices.

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La PORTE COUNTY — Planning a party? Got a remodeling project in the works? Getting that yard in shape? No matter your project, General Rental has it covered.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Step inside The Uptown Center, 907 Franklin Street, and you can almost feel the rich history of the place. There’s the thick brick walls, the high ceilings, the ornate woodwork, the tiny nearly hidden nooks and crannies, the balcony and, of course, the captivating ancient pip…

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MICHIGAN CITY — After 50 years, family tradition stays strong at Roma Pizza, 2400 Franklin Street.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Thomas C Stokes II DDS was only in high school when his dentist proclaimed the teenager would someday fill his shoes and take over his dental practice.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Few businesses can boast of carrying on a four-generation tradition, but Michigan City’s Erickson Jewelers can.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Customers literally jump for joy at this Michigan City business. Opened in 2015 with an outside entrance in Marquette Mall, FunFlatables is one of 10 locations in Indiana and Illinois began by a Northwest Indiana mom.

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La PORTE — The Italian words, “Della Nonnas” translates to “of the grandmother.” It’s also the name of a heart-warming, mouth-watering La Porte business that honors owner Lynne Budig’s very special grandmother, Helen Galatte.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Many were shocked to find out that long-time Michigan City staple Maxine’s Restaurant is closing.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Looking for a place where yummy treats meet? You know you’ve arrived when you enter Candy Junction in Lighthouse Place Premium Outlets.

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MICHIGAN CITY – Teaching financial literacy through Junior Achievement, driving a fire truck through Long Beach or volunteering for the Chamber of Commerce are just a few ways the Applegate family can be seen serving the community.

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WESTVILLE — This Westville business has gone to the dogs – and that’s just what the owners wanted. With its 9,500-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility housing 32 boarding suites, two indoor play arenas, three spacious outdoor areas and a 14-by-20-foot heated in-ground pool, Dawg Paradise l…

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MICHIGAN CITY — Leeps Supply Co.’s Michigan City branch is experiencing a business boom, according to Store Manager Bob Jubera and Assistant Store Manager Mark Quartuch. The store enlarged its pipe yard in November.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Fresh coffee and groceries will be provided in the near future at Quality Beet, located in the alleyway of 717 Franklin Street.

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La PORTE — The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1130 presented plaques to both La Porte Burger Kings on Dec.1, thanking the restaurants for the help they’ve been low-key giving to veterans.

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MICHIGAN CITY — How sweet it is at South Bend Chocolate Cafe – in more ways than one.

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MICHIGAN CITY — In the 11 years that Sam Strupeck has owned Shoreline Brewery, he has seen it grow into the successful business it is today.

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MICHIGAN CITY — “Honesty is the best policy” isn’t just a cute cliché at O’Brien’s Battery and Tire, 3782 N. Wozniak Road. It’s always been, and, still is, a way of doing business.

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MICHIGAN CITY —The real-estate brokerage company d’aprile properties now has nine offices and has had an office in Michigan City for about four years. The local office has 12 agents and will have 22 by December, according to managing broker Shannon Shutte.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Two 4-ounce patties, cheese, house-made pickles, Dijon mayo, a fresh-baked brioche bun – all available with the option of an egg sunny-side up, and bacon.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Born and raised in Michigan City, Debbie Havlin had always wanted to own a business in her hometown. When she opened Luxe Boutique at 904 Franklin Street in December 2013 that dream became a reality.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Local entrepreneur Tim Jahnz is pleased to announce Victory Lane Auto Spa, 3417 Franklin St., is looking to expand to the upscale Cornelius neighborhood of Charlotte, North Carolina, in the near future.

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MICHIGAN CITY — This summer marks 20 years the real estate firm Meridian Title Corporation has operated an office in Michigan City. The corporation, headquartered in South Bend and in existence since 1938, now has 35 offices in Indiana, Michigan and Illinois.

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MICHIGAN CITY — When the Promise Scholarship was passed by the Michigan City Common Council, it offered a renewable $5,000 scholarship to certain high school graduates.

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MICHIANA SHORES — Stop 50 Wood Fired Pizza, 500 South El Portal Drive, is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The restaurant opened on approximately June 30, 2006, co-owner Chris Bardol said, and makes its Neapolitan pizza with only one cooking utensil: A wood-fired oven.

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MICHIGAN CITY — With the addition of the Artspace Uptown Artists Lofts at 717 Franklin Street, Rich Richey and Jamie Wallen saw a door open they knew they had to walk through.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Bernie Scott has been in the business of floral design for more than three decades. But when it comes to retiring, the 67-year-old has no interest.

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MICHIGAN CITY — The Radtke sisters aren’t too different from most people in their generation. Ellie Hoener, Nicole Bennett and Anna Radtke each moved away from home, leaving Michigan City behind when they graduated from college.

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MICHIGAN CITY — For nearly three decades, Dr. Rex Bailey has been providing area animals with full-service, high quality medical and surgical care coupled with compassion at Michigan City Animal Hospital, 2525 E. Michigan Blvd.

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La PORTE — The air was thick with dough, yeast and the smells of fresh bread as Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson toured La Porte’s Alpha Baking facility plant.

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MICHIGAN CITY — When Mike Conner of d’Aprile Properties purchased a strip of commercial space near the 11th Street South Shore station, his hope was to bring life back to this part of the city, which is small, but vital.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Game Changers is showing video gamers how their recreation can also bring a comfortable profit. The store buys and sells mostly used video games and other discs.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Four years ago when Michael Kopec opened his Edward Jones office in Michigan City, his first client asked for a home business. It was a farmer and his family looking to invest money.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Hiedi Brooks, owner of Beach Access Rentals since 2010, worked to obtain space for a restaurant at 12 On the Lake ever since it became available in November of 2014.

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