PORTAGE | The Board of Works on Tuesday approved moving city employees to an electronic payroll system.
PORTAGE | Portage ended 2013 in the black, able to build on its cash reserve, but officials say its no time to go on a spending spree.
PORTAGE | A proposed amendment to the state constitution likely will cause a showdown between the Portage City Council and Mayor James Snyder.
PORTAGE | Old Man Winter is taking its toll on Portage coffers.
PORTAGE | Residents who own cats and dogs now can register their pets online.
PORTAGE | Both city and Portage Township Schools officials are sending a message to Gov. Mike Pence about his proposal to eliminate the business personal property tax.
PORTAGE | City officials learned this week the state Department of Local Government Finance has granted the city its excess levy appeal.
Portage is moving city employees to a different insurance plan instead of the city's own plan. It's a smart move that will reduce premiums for employees and the city alike.
PORTAGE | Most city employees will see a bump up in their paychecks in 2014.
PORTAGE | The city has been battling health insurance costs for years.
PORTAGE | City officials approved a settlement Monday night to end a four-year legal battle with a former police officer.
PORTAGE | For the last several years, the city has approached the Redevelopment Commission for financial assistance. The commission has usually complied.
PORTAGE | The State Board of Account's audit of the city's 2012 books showed a few issues that have already been addressed.
PORTAGE | The city's bond rating has improved.
PORTAGE | Beginning next year, when a door-to-door solicitor bangs on a front door in Portage, they better have a large, visible identification tag.
PORTAGE | The City Council on Tuesday approved new measures for the licensing of residents' dogs and cats.
PORTAGE | The Board of Works this week approved the purchase of new emergency medical services software that will improve patient charting.
PORTAGE | While it wasn't your traditional family gathering, the workers at Portage City Hall are a family of sorts.
PORTAGE | Mayor James Snyder handed a list of city streets needing paving to members of the City Council's Ways and Means Committee this week.
PORTAGE | While most people got up Sunday morning thinking about going to church or the noontime Chicago Bears game, Clerk-Treasurer Chris Stidham had other plans.
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