Portage Township Trustee Brendan Clancy, Portage Park Board member Stephanie Lundy, Sue Lynch, wife of Jim H. Lynch, and state Rep. Chuck Mosley were among those who attended the dedication Sunday evening of the Jim H. Lynch Park in South Haven's Coventry subdivision.
PORTAGE | At least one Portage Mall property owner is questioning whether the city truly intends to follow through on its promise to make improvements.
PORTAGE | It appears improvements to the Portage Mall, financed by the city, are back on track.
PORTAGE TOWNSHIP | Portage Township officials have plans -- big plans -- to improve its two parks and senior center.
PORTAGE | Local Realtor Jim Thompson was appointed this week to the vacancy on the Republican ballot for Portage Township trustee.
PORTAGE | Plans for redevelopment of the city's downtown took a bit of a turn Thursday.
PORTAGE | Lori Wilkie will replace Andy Maletta on the Portage Township Advisory Board.
PORTAGE | The Portage Community Historical Society will hold a general meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Woodland Park, 2100 Willowcreek Road.
PORTAGE | Portage Township Trustee Brendan Clancy's State of the Township address scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Wednesday was postponed due to the weather.
PORTAGE | Portage Township Trustee Brendan Clancy will give his State of the Township address at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday at the Bonner Senior Center, 5800 Lexington Ave.
PORTAGE | Portage Township Trustee, Brendan Clancy will be at the Bonner Senior Center, 5800 Lexington, Portage on Wednesday, February 5th at 10:30am to give his annual State of the Township address to all citizens of Portage Township. He will highlight all the great things that have been ac…
PORTAGE | With more than 50 percent of Portage Township Schools students on free and reduced lunch programs, the Portage Township Trustee's office is launching the Fuel the Kids Summer Project.
PORTAGE TOWNSHIP | Members of the newly formed Friends of Portage Township are hoping to familiarize folks with themselves and what the township has to offer during an inaugural event next month.
PORTAGE | Eight-year-old Emma Bailey, of South Haven, smiled the entire 15 minutes it took to have her head shaved clean, leaving her bald, beautiful and proud.
SOUTH HAVEN | Portage Township Trustee Brendan Clancy said it used to be that when you drove by the two parks in the community, you saw few people.
SOUTH HAVEN | It was once a destination for thousands.
The Portage Township trustee's office is reportedly the first township in Indiana to go to a paperless assistance program. This is long overdue step.
PORTAGE | Portage Township Trustee Brendan Clancy announced Wednesday that Portage Township is the first township in Indiana to go to a paperless assistance program.
Portage Township Trustee, Brendan Clancy, is proud to announce the winners of the 2nd Annual Earth Day Coloring Contest. Students from kindergarten through 8th grade from Portage Township Schools submitted over 3000 pictures depicting their thoughts on reducing, reusing, recycling and saving…
PORTAGE | Portage Township Trustee Brendan Clancy told senior citizens gathered Wednesday at the Bonner Senior Center that despite a tight budget, his office would continue to make improvements.
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