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PORTAGE | Doors at City Hall were being repaired Monday morning after a 25-year-old Portage Township man smashed them with a sledgehammer.
PORTAGE | Concerned he might not be able to drive on the snow-covered streets but wanting to hear what his legislators had to say, Jerald Balta hiked the 2 miles from his home to Portage City Hall Saturday.
PORTAGE | While it wasn't your traditional family gathering, the workers at Portage City Hall are a family of sorts.
PORTAGE | The city's Redevelopment Commission on Wednesday approved funding for additional work inside Portage City Hall and reviewed a wish list of additional projects.
Portage Police Chief Troy Williams, far left, Probationary Patrol officers Daniel Martinez, left, Noah Frizzell, right, and Portage Mayor James Snyder, far right, pose for photographs after a swearing in ceremony at Portage City Hall. Adding the two officers will bring the police force to ca…
Portage Mayor James Snyder, right, congratulates Probationary Patrol officers Daniel Martinez and Noah Frizzell during a swearing in ceremony at Portage City Hall.
Participants of the National Day of Prayer service face the flag Thursday while reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in front of Portage City Hall.
Pastor David McGrath of Famly Bible Church leads a portion of the National Day of Prayer service Thursday in front of Portage City Hall.
Participants embrace each other Thursday during the National Day of Prayer ceremony in front of Portage City Hall.
Chesterton resident Paul Lukach raises his hand while singing Thursday during a National Day of Prayer service in front of Portage City Hall.
PORTAGE | Portage Rebuilding Together has rebuilt itself after a difficult year and volunteers will be tackling multiple projects on 10 homes April 28.
PORTAGE | State Rep. Chuck Moseley, D-Portage, was back in Indiana on Saturday morning, but he probably won't be here long.
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