Portage Park Department
PORTAGE | The Portage Park Department is offering an one-stop shopping event for Mother's Day gifts.
As we near two years of divided government in Portage, now is a great time to reflect on how Portage’s elected leaders of different parties can do a better job of working together to find solutions in the best interest of Portage residents.
PORTAGE | The investigation into missing Portage Park Department money has been turned over to the Porter County prosecutor's office.
PORTAGE | The Portage Park Department staff has been asked to develop a policy setting standards for allowing discounted rental fees to nonprofit groups.
PORTAGE | For the most part, the trees within the city's parks are healthy.
PORTAGE | For 36 hours Christine Forystek waited for rescuers to bring her son home.
PORTAGE | Lunch is served at the Portage Lakefront and Riverwalk site of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
PORTAGE | The city is taking steps to move forward the development of Founders' Square Park.
PORTAGE | There's been no timeline established to fill the vacant Portage Park Department superintendent position.
PORTAGE | Alexandra Warwick hopped and skipped between the letters painted on the asphalt trail at the Woodland Park playground Wednesday afternoon.
PORTAGE | Work to renovate the skate park at Woodland Park should begin July 11.
PORTAGE | The Portage parks department has canceled its summer day camp program because of low attendance.
PORTAGE | Five companies have submitted applications to become caterers for the Portage Park Department.
PORTAGE | The Portage Park Department is seeking artists to participate in its fall Harvest Festival on Oct. 8 and 9 at Woodland Park.
Business and community leaders gathered Thursday on the Lake Michigan shoreline in Portage to celebrate the centerpiece of the Marquette Plan -- the creation of a new park on what was once a toxic wasteland.
PORTAGE | Tom and Debbie Holmes were out hitting garage sales Saturday when they spotted the Portage Community Market.
PORTAGE | The Portage Community Market will open Saturday for its third season with some changes.
PORTAGE | One by one, members of the Woodland Park preschool class took turns shoveling a bit of dirt around the roots of a red maple tree.
PORTAGE | Four members of the skateboarding and biking community were elected to represent their peers on a committee to help determine the future of Portage's skatepark.
PORTAGE | Kathy Ribik believes Portage's undeveloped downtown area could become a mecca for people seeking a little holiday spirit this year.
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