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During the coronavirus pandemic crisis, The News-Dispatch has dropped the paywall for virus-related stories. If you appreciate local journalism, please help us continue to keep La Porte County informed by considering a subscription. Learn more here.MICHIGAN CITY — Mayor Duane Parry issued an…

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During the coronavirus pandemic crisis, The News-Dispatch has dropped the paywall for virus-related stories. If you appreciate local journalism, please help us continue to keep La Porte County informed by considering a subscription. Learn more here.INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s coronavirus cases …

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MICHIGAN CITY — In the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, NIPSCO said its workforce will continue in its mission to provide consumers with a constant source of electric and natural gas service they depend on.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Three more deaths from illness related to the coronavirus were reported Thursday in Indiana, boosting the state’s total to 17 deaths as cases rose to nearly 650 statewide amid the pandemic.

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MERRILLVILLE – In response to the coronavirus outbreak, Lakeshore Public Media will focusing its media resources and messaging to educate and inform viewers and listeners on COVID-19

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) Commissioner Peter L. Lacy has announced several service adjustments included in Executive Order 20-05 issued by Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb.

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Changes made to MCAS meals distribution

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WESTVILLE — Many knew actress Anita King from her supporting roles in some 19 films during the silent era.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) on Friday announced that a third Hoosier has died of COVID-19. The patient is an adult resident of Marion County over age 60 who had been hospitalized.

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MICHIGAN CITY — In a time when the government is urging everyone to stay home, the vulnerability of the country’s homeless population has been exacerbated.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Following Gov. Eric Holcomb’s announcement that all schools in the state must remain closed through Friday, May 1, to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, both Michigan City Area Schools and Marquette Catholic High School have announced their plans for the coming days.

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MICHIGAN CITY — Three young, local entrepreneurs got a kickstart to opening their businesses last week after they were awarded grants in almost the exact amounts of money each needed to get started.

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INDIANAPOLIS — With incidents of COVID-19 infections increasing in Indiana, Gov. Eric J. Holcomb on Thursday took additional actions intended to support Hoosiers during the COVID-19 outbreak by signing executive orders to extend the closure of schools, provide economic relief and protections…

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MICHIGAN CITY — Ivy Tech Community College has announced that effective 5 p.m. Friday, March 20, all of its buildings will be closed until further notice. The College will continue to operate and deliver instruction wherever possible virtually as previously announced. With the closure of its…

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MICHIGAN CITY — In an effort to protect employees and customers from risk of COVID-19 infection, Horizon and Centier banks have announced the closure of all their branch lobbies to walk-in traffic, although drive-thru, phone and online options will remain available, while PNC Bank has announ…

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