WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - WLFI is pleased to be a part of United Way's "Read to Succeed" program, dedicated to helping children in Greater Lafayette.
On News 18 Daybreak, Read to Succeed volunteer and News 18 Anchor Jamie Jackson shared some of the thank-you cards from students at Cumberland Elementary School in West Lafayette.
The students are a part of Ann Gerlach's 2nd grade class.
It was almost a year ago when Frankfort Police Chief Troy Bacon asked residents to report anything suspicious they see, especially drugs.
Pride Lafayette Inc. is commending the mayors of Lafayette and West Lafayette for their stance against a proposed constitutional ban of same-sex marriage. But other major community entities have yet to take a stand for or against it.
Bauer Family Resources is getting a boost from the Alcoa Foundation. Funds will go towards creating youth programs that will help children grow development skills.