PORTAGE | City officials approved a settlement Monday night to end a four-year legal battle with a former police officer.
A federal appellate court has breathed new life into former Portage Police Detective Roger Peele's First Amendment lawsuit against the city, claiming he was reassigned in retaliation to comments he made on the night of the 2007 primary elections.
PORTAGE | The Board of Works this week gave its approval to the settling of a lawsuit against Portage by three of the police department's canine officers.
PORTAGE | It was a moment to pause and reflect, to honor those who lost their lives while serving their fellow man and to recognize those who continue to serve.
PORTAGE | The city took the first step in settling a yearlong lawsuit with Portage Police Department canine officers Monday night.
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