PORTAGE | The University Center will soon no longer be the University Center.
PORTAGE | City officials approved a settlement Monday night to end a four-year legal battle with a former police officer.
I’m not sure what makes Portage Mayor James Snyder tick, but it has become evident he needs a rewind.
PORTAGE | A 16-page city newsletter, which hit residential mailboxes this week, is coming under fire by at least one Portage city councilman.
Being a mayor is a demanding job. The mayor is on the job 24 hours a day and constantly in the public spotlight. So what happens after a mayor steps down?
PORTAGE | Petey the Perch has officially retired, at least for now.
When the Portage City Council voted last week to inject council members into labor contract negotiations, it was a gutsy move. It was also misguided.
Boxes come in all sizes, especially the ones public officials like to tell us they are thinking outside of.
PORTAGE | Julio Velazquez won't soon forget his 64th birthday.
PORTAGE | Portage is a "real gem" when it comes to marketing to new business prospects.
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 | The project that Mayor Olga Velazquez says may have cost her a second term in office remains her proudest accomplishment.
PORTAGE | Portage school officials continue to work on policy language regulating where fundraising dollars can be spent.
PORTAGE | Mayor-elect James Snyder continues to make appointments to his administration, announcing Friday the retention of two department heads and the return of two others.
PORTAGE | The two-year Stone Avenue reconstruction project in Portage is nearly completed.
PORTAGE | The city's cost of health insurance will increase dramatically next year.
PORTAGE | At what was scheduled to be the City Council's last meeting of the year Tuesday, council members took no action on accepting a $542,520 federal COPS grant.
PORTAGE | What likely would have been a routine City Council meeting Tuesday night gave way to farewells.
PORTAGE | The Portage Economic Development Corp. doesn't create jobs, president Diane Thalmann said, but it does work with others to bring economic development to the city.
PORTAGE | What is normally a quiet meeting turned contentious Wednesday as a Portage Redevelopment Commission member balked at funding the Portage Economic Development Corp. and paying for a marketing flier.
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