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.
Portage is pursuing a central purchasing proposal. Officials there didn't even know who was buying how much of what when they began discussing this proposal.
PORTAGE | The city has moved to a new fueling system in an effort to save time and money.
PORTAGE | The city is looking to tighten up requirements for door-to-door solicitors.
PORTAGE | The City Council's Ordinance Committee heard a proposal Tuesday night that would make it easier for residents to register their dogs.
Chris Stidham is Portage's clerk-treasurer.
PORTAGE | Just how much toilet paper does the city government of Portage use? Or copier paper? Or cleaning supplies?
PORTAGE | The City Council this week approved an ordinance revamping compensatory time policies for city employees.
PORTAGE | Portage Clerk-Treasurer Chris Stidham is hosting what he hopes to be the first in a series of town hall meetings on Saturday.
PORTAGE | The City Council this week approved the 2014 budget, but not without cutting the budget line for the city's human resources consultant and slashing funding for the city's information technology department.
PORTAGE | For more than a decade, Portage has contracted with the Humane Society of Hobart to take the city's stray animals.
PORTAGE | Five Portage street department employees were suspended with pay Thursday pending a police investigation.
PORTAGE | City officials here have been whittling away at the proposed 2014 budget, attempting to balance expected revenue with expenses.
PORTAGE | Portage Mayor James Snyder said he has lifted the city-wide hiring freeze.
PORTAGE | Mayor James Snyder said he won't lift the hiring freeze he implemented despite objections from City Council members.
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