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PORTAGE | Police and Fire merit boards were moving ahead this week to hire additional department members when they were told to stop.
PORTAGE | Construction of the new Theater Drive should begin in about three weeks.
PORTAGE | The Portage Township School Board approved spending $20,000 to expand its pre-kindergarten program into all eight elementary schools this coming school year.
PORTAGE | On the surface, Noah Hamilton looked like a success.
PORTAGE | Breaking habits can be difficult, even when it comes to something as simple as cutting the lawn.
PORTAGE | Allen Hagan is hoping everyone will come out to see the new community garden at Woodland Park.
PORTAGE | The City Council's Ordinance Committee decided it wouldn't change a Portage ordinance to accommodate a resident wanting to keep sheep on a large parcel of land within the city.
VALPARAISO | Tara Tryon, 23, of Valparaiso, entered guilty pleas Friday morning on two of seven charges she faced for molesting a young boy and sending photographs to her now ex-boyfriend.
PORTAGE | Dennis Rittenmeyer put his job description in simple language.
PORTAGE | Angel Chabes was a little concerned when she walked into the gym at Fegely Middle School on Thursday morning.
PORTAGE | The city's Redevelopment Commission voted down the purchase of the shuttered Travel Inn during a special meeting Thursday afternoon.
PORTAGE | Upcoming changes to employee health insurance coverage have Portage Township Schools officials wrangling with how to meet new requirements in the most cost-effective manner.
PORTAGE | Michael Montes and David Herrod hauled up more than a dozen large plastic bags of trash Wednesday morning from the beach at Portage Lakefront and Riverwalk site of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
PORTAGE | The Portage Police Department welcomed its three newest officers this week.
PORTAGE | In unison, the men and women of the Portage police department raised their right hands in salute.
VALPARAISO | Status hearings for the two defendants in the murder of Carl Griffith Sr. were continued Monday to dates in June.
PORTAGE | Mackenzie Barcelli said she had no idea her hometown was also the hometown to industry that produced everything from bulletproof armor to machines for Build-a-Bear.
PORTAGE | The Portage City Council on Tuesday reviewed a proposed sewer rate increase for commercial properties, asking for clarifications.
PORTAGE | Crisman Elementary School Principal Scott Hufford doesn't want to take a lot of credit for recently being named the Indiana Association of School Principals District 1 Elementary Principal of the Year.
PORTAGE | The Linden log cabin has found a new home.
PORTAGE | The city will continue with plans to install a guardrail along a curvy portion of Lenburg Road despite objections from an area resident.
PORTAGE | Area veterans looked to get a leg up on hiring Thursday.
PORTAGE | Linda Bryann got her hearing and blood pressure checked.
SOUTH HAVEN | South Haven Elementary School students got to dig into the dirt Tuesday afternoon.
PORTAGE | Pay increases for 18 Portage Township Schools administrators were put on hold Monday.
PORTAGE | Niko Melendez was all smiles when he entered the Portage High School Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps classroom.
PORTAGE | With more than 50 percent of Portage Township Schools students on free and reduced lunch programs, the Portage Township Trustee's office is launching the Fuel the Kids Summer Project.
PORTAGE | It isn't a surprise that some of the city's streets are in desperate need of repair.
PORTAGE | If the unthinkable happens within a Portage Township School, officials will be a little more ready thanks to a donation from the Portage Police Department.
PORTAGE | It could be another couple of weeks or so before city officials know if there are any environmental hazards regarding the demolition of the old Don's Motel.
PORTAGE | The demolition of the Portage Yacht Club is nearly complete.
PORTAGE | Portage Township Schools will expand its technical offerings at both the high school and middle school levels next year.
PORTAGE | The Portage Township School Board was presented with a $2.7 million three-year capital improvements plan Wednesday night.
PORTAGE | The Redevelopment Commission on Wednesday initiated the bonding process for the construction of a new street department facility.
PORTAGE | The Portage Board of Works approved the installation of storage tanks for the new Family Express gas station on U.S. 6.
PORTAGE | Portage American Legion Post 260 will host a federally-sponsored Hiring Our Heroes job fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 2 at the post, 5675 Mulberry Ave.
PORTAGE | Pet Supplies Plus will be moving into the former Walgreens drug store at 6030 Central Ave.
PORTAGE | The Portage Park Department staff has been asked to develop a policy setting standards for allowing discounted rental fees to nonprofit groups.
PORTAGE | Nokomis Musenaj may have been trying to put out the fire in his home Monday afternoon when he was overcome by smoke.
PORTAGE | The Park Board on Monday night recommended the reinstating of the recreational impact fee.
PORTAGE TOWNSHIP | Members of the newly formed Friends of Portage Township are hoping to familiarize folks with themselves and what the township has to offer during an inaugural event next month.
PORTAGE | A man reported to police Thursday morning that someone broke into his home and stole six firearms, a computer and an iPod.
PORTAGE | Eight police dogs made a sweep through Portage High School Thursday morning in what officials described as a proactive approach to send a message that drugs will not be tolerated.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board took the next step in resolving a decades-long drainage problem in one area of the city Wednesday.
PORTAGE | In a special meeting Wednesday, the Redevelopment Commission awarded a contract for the first phase of the construction of a new street department facility.
PORTAGE | Myra Gotch has taken her grandson to Walmart here to have his portrait taken three or four times a year for the past eight years.
PORTAGE | A glitch in the posting of a list of 2012 vendors on the city's website inadvertently included personal information, including Social Security numbers, of about 125 people.
PORTAGE | The Linden log cabin is ready for a another journey, it just needs a permanent home.
PORTAGE | Most of the two dozen people who attended Monday's vision workshop for the redevelopment of the U.S. 20 corridor through Portage agreed something needed to be done.
PORTAGE | The Board of Works on Monday approved two purchases of equipment for the Portage Fire Department.
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