PORTAGE | Police and Fire merit boards were moving ahead this week to hire additional department members when they were told to stop.
PORTAGE | The city's Redevelopment Commission voted down the purchase of the shuttered Travel Inn during a special meeting Thursday afternoon.
PORTAGE | In unison, the men and women of the Portage police department raised their right hands in salute.
PORTAGE | Mackenzie Barcelli said she had no idea her hometown was also the hometown to industry that produced everything from bulletproof armor to machines for Build-a-Bear.
PORTAGE | It isn't a surprise that some of the city's streets are in desperate need of repair.
PORTAGE | It could be another couple of weeks or so before city officials know if there are any environmental hazards regarding the demolition of the old Don's Motel.
As a noted urban planner (and I have the notes from several psychiatrists to prove it), I am happy to offer my insights on how to improve the U.S. 20 corridor in Portage.
PORTAGE | The Portage City Council declined to take any action last week on two issues involving the city's Utility Services Department.
PORTAGE | The City Council approved an amendment to the new trash ordinance that could save some people money.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board this week approved reimbursing the street department for work done by its employees.
PORTAGE | When workers began distributing the new trash and recycling containers, they found more homes were using the city services than were paying for them.
PORTAGE | Mayor James Snyder may have raised more than $117,000 in campaign funds last year, but he spent more than $105,000.
For decades, Portage officials have expressed a desire for more accessible county services. Now Porter County has a chance to see whether offering those services is a smart investment.
PORTAGE | Mayor James Snyder touted his administration's accomplishments during his State of the City address Thursday.
PORTAGE | Mayor James Snyder will give his State of the City address three times on Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Port Commission didn't cut a check Thursday after Portage Mayor James Snyder argued the Port of Indiana should pay for city-provided police and fire service, but they didn't rule out doing it someday.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board this week approved moving ahead with three neighborhood stormwater drainage projects.
The old saying of "you can't get something for nothing" certainly seems to apply to the case of emergency services provided by Portage to the Port of Indiana.
PORTAGE | The Portage Utility Services Board took under advisement Wednesday a proposal that would hike commercial sewer rates.
PORTAGE | The Redevelopment Commission on Monday approved a lease with the county to bring county auditor, assessor and treasurer offices to the University Center.
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