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Police found no weapons at the Michigan City High campus after searching throughout the night.
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. — Too much Valparaiso defense summed up Michigan City’s 14-7 loss in their pivotal Duneland Conference matchup Friday at Ames Field.
With the exception of Michael Bradford’s 79 yard touchdown run on the first play of the game, the …
Shoppers evacuated from Michigan City WalMart after alleged sprinkler system malfunction.
Marquette High Class of 2020 students have been invited to embark on a World War II themed excursion where they can tour London, Normandy, and Paris.
Dough Boy’s increases dining space and menu at their new location offering freshly baked bread and homemade menu items for eating in, taking out, or catering.
Marquette Catholic High School donates land to LaPorte County Habitat for Humanity and pledges volunteers from students.
Michigan City officials debut new promotional video in hopes of attracting new residents and business owners by showcasing the city’s attractions and nightlife.
Michigan City officials launch an outreach program to get feedback from residents on how the new Civic Plaza should be used to make the city a better place to live, work, and play.
Michigan City resident Angela Ritchey turns old unwanted furniture into beautifully crafted works of art that people can’t get enough of.