STOP! In the Name of Steindler
Many correlate signage to simplicity, such as the instantly recognizable stop sign, or a billboard advertisement. But Steindler Signs wants you to STOP and think about what a sign could have the potential to be.
The stop sign is a thing of the past! Signs can be customized with graphics, converted into vehicle wraps, incorporate 3D letters, and made with almost any type of material.
With Steindler, everything and anything is possible, and many Northwest Indiana businesses and organizations recently took advantage of these endless possibilities! Steindler has a touch that invigorates our region and gives life to our world. Follow this link to take a look at various signage...
La Porte and Starke hospitals have announced their 2018 selections for Colleagues of the Year, honoring individuals who have been nominated both by patients and their peers for providing excellent, compassionate care and service to the community. The winners are as follows:
The Inspiration Wood promise – to provide welcoming accommodations, warm hospitality, and award-winning catering — began with hope and faith.
It was another banner year for the McColly Real Estate team, and they celebrated in style on Thursday with their Annual Christmas Party at Innsbrook Country Club.
Freshman year of high school, Justin Savich walked into gym class. He was smaller than the smallest girl in the whole school (2,000 kids), he was 5-foot-tall, and 89 pounds. He knew immediately that he wanted to build up. Though he never played any sports in high school, he discovered his true passion was working out.
Jerry Jackson is the Director of the City of LaPorte Wastewater Department. Jerry manages the Wastewater Treatment Plant, 120 miles of storm and sanitary sewer, and 35 pumping stations. Jerry has Class 4 and D wastewater certifications.
Heading into our tenth year, the Life Sites continue to experience tremendous growth with an audience of over 65,000 readers and good news flowing from over 150 entities that we partner with. There is definitely no shortage of great and fantastic things happening across the region! Without further ado, I’d like to welcome some of the new and upcoming Partners of Life to our media family! Caution--GREAT news below:
Robert J. Franko, currently CEO of HealthFirst Bluegrass Community Health Center in Lexington, Kentucky, will become President and CEO of VNA of Northwest Indiana effective January 1, 2019. Franko is a native of Northwest Indiana. He was Vice President for Development and Marketing for Porter-Starke Services where he worked from 1996 to 2010. He was Marketing Vice President and National Training Coordinator for Cherokee Health Systems in Knoxville, TN, for six years before joining his present employer. Franko earned his BS and MBA Degrees from Purdue University.