PORTAGE | For the first time in a long time, the city could enter a new year with signed contracts with all union employees.
PORTAGE | The city's department of community development is on the move.
PORTAGE | The city's Redevelopment Commission will begin discussions next month on if, and how, it can carve out the local school district from any future expansion of the city tax increment financing districts.
PORTAGE | Three of the five Portage Street Department employees suspended last week have retained an attorney.
PORTAGE | The city's Advisory Claims Committee this week recommended settling a lawsuit. The recommendation will be taken under consideration Monday by the Board of Works.
PORTAGE | The Portage City Council on Tuesday night unanimously approved pay increases for non-union employees affected by upcoming changes in their health insurance.
PORTAGE | The Redevelopment Commission on Wednesday approved the sale of one property, the purchase of two others and demolition for another property it recently bought.
PORTAGE | Purdue University North Central students will be able to take classes at the new University Center in Portage beginning in January.
PORTAGE | The Advisory Claims Committee on Wednesday approved a settlement to head off a lawsuit against the city.
PORTAGE | The Board of Works on Monday approved a settlement to purchase a slice of land necessary for the Central Avenue/County Line Road intersection improvement process.
PORTAGE | The Redevelopment Commission on Wednesday approved lease agreements with Indiana University Northwest and Ivy Tech Community College for the use of the University Center.
PORTAGE | Awarding a contract that would have moved the city closer to an automated trash collection system was delayed Wednesday.
PORTAGE | The Redevelopment Commission on Wednesday rejected the initial lease offer from Valparaiso University for space within the University Center.
PORTAGE | The Board of Works on Wednesday approved an amendment to the city's small purchase policy.
PORTAGE | A fifth university has shown interest in possibly holding classes at the city's University Center.
PORTAGE | The Board of Works this week gave its approval to the settling of a lawsuit against Portage by three of the police department's canine officers.
PORTAGE | When the developers of Marina Shores at Dune Harbor first proposed their residential and marina project some seven years ago, they painted a picture of relaxed, upscale living close to Lake Michigan.
PORTAGE | The city took the first step in settling a yearlong lawsuit with Portage Police Department canine officers Monday night.
PORTAGE | As construction of University Center is winding down, so is work on the leases.
PORTAGE | The City Council this week approved paying its annual membership dues to the Greater Portage Chamber of Commerce.
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