PORTAGE | Portage officials are taking a second try at floating a bond issue to benefit the parks department.
Jared Davies, of Portage, gets a high-five from his dog Rusty on Friday at Woodland Park in Portage.
Keano Vuko, 5, of Portage, plays on the tire swing Friday at Portage's Woodland Park.
Gizmo, a terrier-mix, sports a winter coat while Tresa Gaspich, of Ogden Dunes, talks with owner Rich Milicevic, of Hobart, Wednesday at Woodland Park's dog park.
Beau peers through the fence Wednesday at Woodland Park's dog park while his owner Tresa Gaspich, of Ogden Dunes, talks with Rich Milicevic, of Hobart.
Rich Milicevic, of Hobart, gives his dog Gizmo a kiss as they prepare to leave Woodland Park's dog park Wednesday while Tresa Gaspich, of Ogden Dunes, walks in the background with her dog Beau.
PORTAGE | Friends and family of Rogelio and Karina Gonzalez are hosting a benefit Friday to help the family.
PORTAGE | Don't get Will Fortenberry wrong, he respects the success Lake County has had recently in high school soccer.
PORTAGE | The Portage Park Board will consider floating a new bond issue.
PORTAGE | The Portage City Council on Tuesday voted down the proposed $3.5 million park bond issue.
PORTAGE | The Portage Park Board on Monday took its final step in approving a $3.5 million bond issue.
One and a half years in office in Portage has brought a whirlwind of changes, challenges and successes. It's hard to believe now with what we faced that we could have come so far already. If you listened to all of the grass clipping conjecture, you would think Portage was buried in a mound of it.
Ritziel Wallace, of Gary's Miller Beach, plays with her son Tyler, 2, Monday at Portage's Woodland Park.
Taylor Warchus, 4, goes down a slide with Collin Hritz, 5, both of Portage, as they play Monday at Portage's Woodland Park.
PORTAGE | The Portage Park Board this week took the next step in issuing $3.5 million in bonds for capitol projects and equipment.
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 Township Schools Superintendent E. Ric Frataccia speaks to the Portage Chamber of Commerce on Thursday at Woodland Park in Portage.
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