INDIANAPOLIS, IN – June 28, 2019 Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb today formally signed the Indiana Data Center Taxation Incentive at an official signing ceremony in Indianapolis, the result of a collaborative effort between Digital Crossroads Data Center and other leading technology businesses and organizations.
Center for Hospice Care (CHC) is proud to be part of the “We Honor Veterans” program, a collaboration between the Department of Veterans Affairs and the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. Its purpose is to raise awareness among veterans of the end-of-life services and benefits available to them.
Portage Township Schools is hosting their PTS Summer of Fun Enrichment Camps for all PTS students. The programs will feature art, athletics, life skills, writing, space exploration, outdoor exploration and more.
There are four session remaining this summer running through August 1.
Session 4 will take place from June 24 to June 27 and will feature the Budding Authors and the Space Camp.
The Budding Authors camp is a lesson that will teach writing skills and help improve students skills in poetry, short stories and more. It is for grades 5-8 and will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at Willowcreek Middle School.
The Space Camp will feature hands on projects that will teach students all about outer space and the solar system. Grades kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade will be able to attend the...
HOBART – St. Mary Medical Center administration and staff recently have announced the top performing caregivers during National Nurses Week. The 2019 Nursing Pillar Awards highlight nurses who go above and beyond every day for their patients in five categories: Service, Quality, Finance, Growth and People, and a Super Star for all categories combined.
Growing up, Debbie Wright’s father noticed that his family never traveled. He decided that when he had a family, he would take them everywhere. So, at a very young age, Wright began to explore the world.
Amy Armstrong has a huge heart for serving the Portage community. She loves spending time with people and organizing events in Portage.
Josephine Purevich attended 24 1st birthdays for her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She saw the first person walk on the moon, watched as the Berlin wall came down, and grew up during The Great Depression. She loved crocheting, playing Candyland with her great grandson, and chatting with the ladies at the senior center on Wednesday afternoons. Josephine was born on July 27, 1929 and was raised in Gary, IN, in the Tolleston and Glen Park area until 1976 when she moved to Hebron.