PORTAGE | Portage officials are continuing to look at how they license businesses throughout the city without causing hardships to either the businesses or city employees.
PORTAGE | Aragorn Ilg has taken it upon himself to go door to door in his neighborhood, asking residents to slow down.
PORTAGE | The Portage City Council on Tuesday voted down the proposed $3.5 million park bond issue.
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 Strategic Planning Committee on Monday gave informal approval for the city's park department to move forward on a bond issue to finance $3 million to $3.5 million in improvements.
PORTAGE | Five Portage street department employees were suspended with pay Thursday pending a police investigation.
PORTAGE | A 16-page city newsletter, which hit residential mailboxes this week, is coming under fire by at least one Portage city councilman.
PORTAGE | The city's Traffic Commission approved license renewals for two taxi cab companies to operate within the city in 2013.
PORTAGE | The Portage City Council on Tuesday approved 4-1 an ordinance amendment outlining vacation policy for department heads.
PORTAGE | Mayor James Snyder is coming under fire for a recent trip to Florida during which he stayed in the Sunshine State home of a Portage businessman.
PORTAGE | Faced with a small budget allowance for street repair, Portage workers will concentrate on sealing cracks on city streets this fall rather than repaving roadways.
PORTAGE | The Traffic Commission on Thursday approved a limit to parking on Gateman Avenue off Swanson Road.
PORTAGE | The City Council narrowly approved a contract this week with Firefighters Local 3151.
PORTAGE | Times are tough financially for most municipalities.
PORTAGE | The City Council on Tuesday approved tax abatements to pave the way for the location of Ratner Steel Supply at the Port of Indiana.
PORTAGE | Some City Council members are criticizing Mayor James Snyder for bringing an actuary into City Hall to review city expenses and make cost-savings recommendations.
PORTAGE | The Portage City Council agreed this week that it is inappropriate to send out fliers on the city's dime that might be viewed as election material.
PORTAGE | There are three things that equalize people in this nation — our form of government, "Sam Colt's pistol" and labor unions, Councilman Ted Uzelac said.
PORTAGE | Mayor James Snyder warned the City Council during its meeting Tuesday night the city is facing major issues.
PORTAGE | A couple of old issues involving traffic concerns in the city are getting another look.
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