This holiday season, Home Instead Senior Care is giving you the unique opportunity to be Santa to elderly individuals who may otherwise go without gifts.
The ‘Be a Santa to a Senior’ initiative intends to bring holiday cheer into the lives of local senior citizens who may not have family around this time of the year. If you bring in a donation to the Plymouth or LaPorte locations today around 10 a.m. ET, you will have a chance to enjoy some soup and chili thanks to Home Instead Senior Care staff.
Some gift suggestions include hats, scarves and gloves as well as blankets, robes socks and slippers. Some other potential present ideas are stationery, pens, stamps, puzzles, word searches and playing cards. Monetary donations may also be made to help cover the cost of big ticket items.
The deadline for drop-offs has been extended; donations will now be accepted through December 18th. Continue reading →
A Monday morning crash has resulted in the death of the car’s driver.
LaPorte County authorities were called to County Road 200 East south of State Road 4 around 6:50 a.m. According to an incident report, a 2004 Hyundai Sonata was found overturned in a field several hundred feet from the roadway by a passerby when authorities were called.
The LaPorte County Sheriff’s Office is releasing details in what is becoming a regular occurrence in the area.
Early Saturday morning, authorities were called to the 6000 West Block of Small Road to a burglary report. While traveling to the site, another burglary was reported a short distance away in the 900 North block of County Road 640 West.
A LaPorte County native has been named to the Democratic Party’s ticket as a candidate for Indiana Lt. Governor.
Christina Hale was announced as the running mate for John Gregg on Wednesday morning. She is currently completing her second term representing the Northside of Indianapolis in the state’s House of Representatives.